Defence news today includes HMS Queen Elizabeth and the Princess of Wales’ Royal regiment.
HMS Queen Elizabeth.
The London Post features an article on Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin recognising the vital contribution that businesses of all sizes from the East of England have made to the construction of the Royal Navy’s largest ever ships.
Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin said:
On behalf of Defence, the government and the whole of the United Kingdom, I would like to thank the hundreds of businesses around the country for the millions of hours they’ve spent equipping our ships in what has been an immense nationwide enterprise.
Their Herculean efforts showcase our great British talent and saw HMS Queen Elizabeth complete her 2017 sea trials with flying colours as she prepares to project our interests right across the world.
For more information read here.
The Princess of Wales’ Royal Regiment.
The Times front page features an image of soldiers in the Princess of Wales’ Royal regiment who are looking forwards to their Christmas lunch served by officers after an exercise on Salisbury Plain.
Image of the day:
who are looking forwards to their Christmas lunch served by officers after an exercise on Salisbury Plain.
Following the HCDC session on Tuesday last week, there has been an increase in media interest in Locally Employed Civilians (LECs) after their time spent supporting British troops in Afghanistan.