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Royal Navy Search and Rescue

Royal Navy Search and Rescue

The RAF has operated Search and Rescue since 1941, initially with flying boats to rescue Battle of Britain aircrew from the English Channel. Helicopters have been used since the early 50's. The Royal Navy Search and Rescue started in 1953. The RAF, RN and HM Coastguard helicopters have covered this role since, but this is the end of an era! The role will be privatised with Bristow Helicopters Ltd providing search and rescue helicopter services in the UK commencing progressively from 2015.

Steve Clark

Image size: 9000 x 6000, 19.42Mb | Camera details: NIKON D300 | Date uploaded: 15/06/2018

Steve Clark | Royal Navy Search and Rescue
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Designed to cover a large amount of wall space, canvas prints are ideal for big rooms. We only use 100% cotton canvas with a thickness of 340GSM. We do not use cheap synthetic fiber alternatives.

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A white, 10oz ceramic mug with a maximum printable area of 9cm high by 18cm wide


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