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Conditions 2 - I lived in my duffel coat 1940s

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Name: Harry Marrington Service: 1942 - 1946 Rate: Seaman Gunner Branch: Royal Naval Patrol Service Harry Marrington joined the Navy in 1942, when he was 17. After trainin
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Effect on loved ones at home 3 - Discussing mortality

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Nicole St. Hillaire Nicole and her husband are both from St. Vincent in the Caribbean. Following Gilbert's decision to join the Royal Navy she came to the UK in December 2003 for a holiday. Du
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Eqipment ashore 5 - Establishment of central sterile unit

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service
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Equipment ashore 6 - Conforming bandages

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Claire Taylor trained as a State Registered Nurse and State Certified Midwife before joining the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal N
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Equipment ashore 7 - RN Medical facilities in Malta 1970s

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Equipment ashore 8 - "Picture card of a place" RNH Bighi, Malta 1970s

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia Massey joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in July 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Hasl
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Equipment ashore 9 - "Nobody would do that these days" 1960s

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia Massey joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in July 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Hasl
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Equipment at sea 4 - Humanitarian relief on Cephalonia, 1950s

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George Hampton Service: 1949 - 1979 Rate: Warrant Officer Sick Berth Attendant George joined the Navy as a Sick Berth Attendant (SBA) in March 1949 and specialised in operating the
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Equipment at sea 5 - Improvisation of equipment on SS Uganda, 1982

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Equipment at sea 6 - Re-supply of medical stores during Falklands War, 1982

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Equipment at sea 7 - Creation of hospital facility on RFA Argus, 1990s

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Equipment at sea 8 - Design faults on RFA Argus, 1990s

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Equipment at sea 9 - Equipment advances on RFA Argus, 1990s

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Housing 2 - Magnolia walls

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Glenis Mould Glenis met Colin in 1983 when he had been serving in the submarine branch of the Navy for eight years. Before getting married Glenis moved to Scotland for a trial period to see whethe
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Housing 4 - Family accompanied draft to Singapore, 1960s

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Anne Agar Anne met her husband Mark in 1955 the year he joined the Royal Navy as a National Serviceman. They married in 1958 and had two sons. During his career Mark served on a number of ships b
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Incidents and case studies ashore 12 - Improving the fitness of new recurits, 1940s

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Cynthia Cooke Service: 1943 - 1976 Rate: Matron-in-Chief QARNNS Cynthia joined the QARNNS in 1943 as a Registered General Nurse. During the Second World War, she worked at RNH
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Incidents and case studies ashore 4 - Impact of the Falklands on medical services, 1982

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Diretor of Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1967 as
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Incidents and case studies ashore 9 - Alcohol abuse in the Navy

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Peter Okey Service: 1953 - 1979 Rate: Sick Berth Attendant Peter joined the Royal Navy in 1953 having been an apprentice Dental Technician before joining as a Sick Berth Attendant
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Incidents and case studies at sea 3 - Treatment of Argentinean POWs, 1982

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Incidents and case studies at sea 1 - Positivity of service patients

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a numb
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Incidents and case studies at sea 10 - Treating shipwreck survivors, 1940s

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Howard Goldsmith Service: 1941 - 1946 Rate: Leading Sick Berth Attendant Howard joined the Royal Navy in 1941 and trained at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar and HMS Collingwood. In 19
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Incidents and case studies at sea 2 - Treatment of gunshot wounds

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Incidents and case studies at sea 4 - Treatment of heat exhaustion

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George Hampton Service: 1949 - 1979 Rate: Warrant Officer Sick Berth Attendant George joined the Navy as a Sick Berth Attendant (SBA) in March 1949 and specialised in operatin
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Jenny Mallinson and Ken Collins 3 - More fish than on the Barrier Reef.

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John Spelzini 2 - The framework would be lifted with the Mary Rose hanging below it

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John Spelzini 4 - Working in a hole next to the ship was quite claustrophobic

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Lesley and Ian Runnalls 4 - It was 40 feet to the surface

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Life after the Navy 6 - Changing relationship with son

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Pat Fish Pat met her husband Roger in 1966 when he was an Officer's Chef on HMS Londonderry. Following their marriage in 1967 they had two sons. Like most naval wives Pat often had to
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Lisa McMahon 5 - The mess is like your living room

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Lisa explains where she lives onboard, and the difference between where the senior and junior rates live
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Lisa McMahon 6 - You're living in each others pockets

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Here Lisa talks about what it's like living along side the same people for long periods at sea.
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Margaret Rule 3 - A whole museum worth of objects in that mud.

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The nature of the seabed where the Mary Rose sank helped to preserve the ship and its objects. When the first timbers were uncovered in 1971 everyone knew that a lot of the ship could have su
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Peter Abbott 1 - It all started to change around the early to mid 80s

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Name: Sir Peter Abbott Rank: Admiral Service: 1964 - 2006 Admiral Sir Peter Abbott joined the Navy in 1964. He was the Commanding Officer on HMS Chawton (1972), HMS Ambuscade
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Propulsion Conditions 6 - That's how you checked everything was working 1960s

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Name: Terry Meadows Service: 1954 - 1990 Rank: Captain / Submariner Branch: Marine Engineering Terry Meadows entered the Navy in 1954 as a Marine Engineer. He joined
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Racheal Watson 1 - My first time on a ship so I didn't know about the lighting rules

Oral History

Name: Racheal Watson Rate: Operations Mechanic Service: 2000 - 2005 Job: Co
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Racheal Watson 5 - You could see the whales in the morning doing little dances

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Racheal served on the Antarctic survey ship, HMS Endurance, from 2003 to 2005. Here she recalls what it was like being in the Antarctic.
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Rory Allen 1 - Seamanship training - We didn't do any of that

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Name: Rory Allen Rate: Petty Officer Service: 1988 - present Job: Writer Rory Allen joined the WRNS in 1988. She
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Routines ashore 1 - "We had quite a big medical staff" Lowestoft, 1940

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Paul Houghton Service: 1939 - 1946 Rate: Surgeon Lieutenant Commander Paul joined the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (RNVR) as a Surgeon in 1938. He was called up on the outbreak of
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Routines ashore 10 - Officers surgical ward

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia Massey joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in July 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a
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Routines ashore 12 - Differences between the services

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Claire Taylor trained as a State Registered Nurse and State Certified Midwife before joining the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval
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Routines ashore 6 - Retired QARNNS officer as patient 1960s

Oral History

Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia Massey joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in July 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Hasl
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Routines ashore 7 - Regimentation during consultants rounds

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia Massey joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in July 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a
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Routines ashore 9 - Clinics on Malta

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia Massey joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in July 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a
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Routines at sea 4 - Preparing the hospital facility on SS Uganda, 1982

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Routines at sea 5 - RM Bandsmen on SS Uganda, 1982

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Routines at sea 6 - Status of RFA Argus in Gulf, 1990s

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Routines at sea 7 - Changing concept of hospital ships from 1980s - 1990s

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Routines at sea 8 - Advantages of not being declared a hospital ship, 1990s

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Routines at sea 9 - Assessment of casualities on RFA Argus, 1990s

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Sarah Jackson 5 - You haven't got time to have affairs

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When the first women went to sea on HMS Brilliant in February 1990 there were a lot of negative reactions. A group of Naval wives marched in Portsmouth against the decision. They were concern
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Sarah Jackson 6 - What did you miss the most?

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In this clip Sarah explains what she misses the most when she's away at sea.
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Sea to shore 9 - Keeping in touch with family in St. Vincent

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Gilbert St. Hillaire Gilbert is from St Vincent in the Caribbean and decided to join the Royal Navy in 2003. In December 2003 his girlfriend, Nicole came to visit him in the UK, during her holiday
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Shore to sea 5 - Options for receiving bad news

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Glenis Mould Glenis met Colin in 1983 when he had been serving in the submarine branch of the Navy for eight years. Before getting married Glenis moved to Scotland for a trial period to see whethe
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Signalling 10 - It was a slow old process 1970s

Oral History

Name: Colin Mould Service: 1975 - present Rate: Warrant Officer / Submarine Branch: Communications Colin Mould joined the Navy in 1975 when he was 16, as a Radio Operat
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Signalling 11 - The luxury of 40 words a week 1970s

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Name: Colin Mould Service: 1975 - present Rate: Warrant Officer / Submariner Branch: Communications Colin Mould joined the Navy in 1975 when he was 16, as a Radio Opera
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Signalling 5 - The bugle call for Action Station 1940s

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Name: John Taylor Service: 1941 - 1957 Rate: Boy Bugler and Royal Marine Branch: Royal Marine Boys Service & Royal Marines John Taylor joined the Royal Marines as a
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Signalling 6 - A wide range of radio sets 1960s

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Name: David Lester Service: 1963 - 1972 Rate: Petty Officer Branch: Radio Electrical / Communications David Lester joined the Navy in 1963 and trained as a Radio Elect
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Signalling 7 - You bounced the radio waves around the world 1960s

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Name: David Lester Service: 1963 - 1972 Rate: Petty Officer Branch: Radio Electrical / Communications David Lester joined the Navy in 1963 and trained as a Radio Elect
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Signalling 8 - transmitting and recieving stations 1960s

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Name: David Lester Service: 1963 - 1972 Rate: Petty Officer Branch: Radio Electrical / Communications David Lester joined the Navy in 1963 and trained as a Radio Elect
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Social life 4 - Social interaction between officer's and ratings wives

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Glenis Mould Glenis met Colin in 1983 when he had been serving in the submarine branch of the Navy for eight years. Before getting married Glenis moved to Scotland for a trial period to see whethe
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Social life 8 - Families days at sea

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Kim Richardson Kim met Mike in 1981. During their engagement, Mike was serving on HMS Coventry when it sank during the Falklands War.  They married in 1983 and have two children.  During his
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Sophie Shaughnessy 3 - They wouldn't answer a female voice

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Here Sophie explains what it was like being a female Boarding Officer in the Gulf.
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Structure and training ashore 10 - Opportunities for service medical personnel to assist each other

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Branch: Medical Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Roya
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Structure and training ashore 11 - NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical) training

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service
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Structure and training ashore 12 - The role of the Medical Assistant

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service
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Structure and training ashore 5 "...in the Navy we were expected to be able to nurse anything" 1970s

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Branch: Medical Julia Massey joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in July 1968 and worked at Royal N
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Structure and training ashore 9 - Defence Cost Study 1994

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Servic
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Structure and training at sea 1 - Flexibility of medical branch

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Peter Okey Service: 1953 - 1979 Rate: Sick Berth Attendant Peter was an apprentice Dental Technician before he joined the Royal Navy in 1953 as a Sick Berth Attendant to com
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Structure and training at sea 10 - Changes to training following the Falklands 1980s

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Structure and training at sea 11 - Training on RFA Argus 1990s

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Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Structure and training at sea 12 - Training for war role 1990s

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Structure and training at sea 4 - Training during transit to Falklands 1982

Oral History

Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a nu
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Structure and training at sea 5 - Geneva Convention rules for hospital ships

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Structure and training at sea 6 - Status of nurses as non-volunteers

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a numb
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Structure and training at sea 7- Training for Gulf War

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Julia Massey Service: 1968 - 1996 Rate: Captain Julia joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in 1968 and worked at Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, a number of
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Structure and training at sea 8 - Getting sea experience for nursing staff

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Service) in
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Structure and training at sea 9 - Selection of nursing personnel for the Gulf 1990s

Oral History

Claire Taylor Service: 1968 - 1997 Rate: QARNNS Matron-in-Chief and Tri-Service Director of Nurse Education Claire joined the QARNNS (Queen Alexandra Royal Naval Nursing Servic
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Support from family and friends 9 - Homecoming from the Falklands, 1982

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Diana Hart Dyke Diana grew up in a naval family. She married her husband David in 1968 having met him whilst he was the Navigating Officer of HMS Gurkha. They have two daughters. Durin
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Support from the Royal Navy 11 - Lack of support from naval welfare, 1970s

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Pat Fish Pat met her husband Roger in 1966 when he was an Officer's Chef on HMS Londonderry. Following their marriage in 1967 they had two sons. Like most naval wives Pat often had to spend
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Support from the Royal Navy 4 - "You're part of the submarine family"

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Glenis Mould Glenis met Colin in 1983 when he had been serving in the submarine branch of the Navy for eight years. Before getting married Glenis moved to Scotland for a trial period to see whe
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Support from the Royal Navy 7 - Typical problems dealt with by NPFS

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Jack Dawson Jack Dawson joined the Royal Navy in 1989 and is currently a Chief Petty Officer (Family Services). He has worked in RNAS Culdrose, JSU Northwood and HMS Nelson. His job as a practi
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Support Networks 3 - Main issues housing related

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Kim Richardson Kim met Mike in 1981. During their engagement, Mike was serving on HMS Coventry when it sank during the Falklands War.  They married in 1983 and have two children.  During his car
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Support Networks 5 - Coming to terms with the sinking of HMS Coventry

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Diana Hart Dyke Diana grew up in a naval family. She married her husband David in 1968 having met him whilst he was the Navigating Officer of HMS Gurkha. They have two daughters. During the
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Support networks 12 - Support for war widows

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Millie Hodgson Millie was seven years old when her father died on HMS Hood and spent her childhood supporting her mother. She did not expect to marry a sailor but met her husband Gordon in 1956
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Support networks 9 - Service personnel command paper

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Kim Richardson Kim met Mike in 1981. During their engagement, Mike was serving on HMS Coventry when it sank during the Falklands War.  They married in 1983 and have two children.  During his car
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Tom Morton 2 - My first encounter with women at sea

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In 1994 Tom became Captain of the First Frigate Squadron. He was the Commanding Officer of HMS Coventry, but there were a number of other Frigates under his command. In this clip Tom talks ab
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