This strange sight is part of a new Royal Navy aircraft carrier– without the actual carrier part – as it makes its way along the hazy River Clyde on its journey from BAE Systems’ shipyard in Glasgow to Rosyth. Read more >>
The Royal Navy has published a 360-degree view of their newest aircraft carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth, which is still under construction (hence the lack of Merlin helicopters and F-35B bombers and abundance of scaffolding). Read more >
The Navy's new Maritime Composite Training System (MCTS) has gone online, giving trainee troops a chance to virtually practise on new Type 45 destroyers without the risk of reversing one onto a sandbank and getting on the local news.