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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Today, 17:08
    The OOW or one of the bridge trainees was a USN exchange officer and the AIS was passive.
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 16:30
    DeV replied to a thread manning levels, the future. in Navy FAQs
    The Norwegian (relatively inexperienced) OOW was also supervising 2 trainees as well
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  • Graylion's Avatar
    Today, 15:43
    That's what I said in that conversation when the info was given to me.
    2580 replies | 784688 view(s)
  • na grohmiti's Avatar
    Today, 14:49
    An interesting aside with regards to crewing issues, and the loss of experienced staff. The accident report into the collision last year between a...
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  • hptmurphy's Avatar
    Today, 14:34
    hptmurphy replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    legend has it the 747 slowed down! have a look at the last Cod Wars.....Iceland seemed to worry the RN with same
    20 replies | 592 view(s)
  • Anzac's Avatar
    Today, 10:35
    Even the RNZN advised the NZ Govt that it was not the answer 15 years ago. Still did not stop the NZ Govt from buying a tarted up Roro Ferry though.
    2580 replies | 784688 view(s)
  • na grohmiti's Avatar
    Today, 08:09
    You got wires crossed. Ben my Chree is what HMNZS Canterbury is based on. The NS have visited Canturbury to confirm that a ship of this type is not...
    2580 replies | 784688 view(s)
  • Sparky42's Avatar
    Today, 03:41
    Why in gods name would we buy the Ben My Chee?
    2580 replies | 784688 view(s)
  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    Today, 01:03
    GoneToTheCanner replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    My point about the airlines and AC pilots is that the Irish airlines are not dependent on them as a source (the sheer volume of non-Irish pilots in...
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  • Graylion's Avatar
    Today, 00:27
    I heard on the grapewine that 2 vessels have been earmarked for acquisition by the NS. One possible option mentioned was the Ben My Chree...
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  • Chuck's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:24
    Chuck replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    Agree with all you say regarding the PC-9M. Your comments regarding AC pilots exiting for the airlines, particularly the Irish two, are way off...
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  • sofa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:04
    sofa replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    They provided during the British Royal vist a air defence around areas that some provo splitter gobshit could have entered with a highjacked light...
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:02
    Just one last attempt to explain Haulbowline basin and drydock. The entrance to the basin is the same width as the entrance to the Drydock at 94ft or...
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  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:44
    GoneToTheCanner replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    The point of PC-9s is that they are modern, well-equipped trainers to qualify the pilot on electronic instruments / avionics and the operation of a...
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  • na grohmiti's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:02
    In the absence of same, as current owners are intent on repurposing it, all the while failing to invest in equipment updates.
    2580 replies | 784688 view(s)
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