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On a crisp January morning, HMS Example played host to an eager team from Royal Air Force College Cranwell, during an inter service cross pol.

The inter service visit allowed the RAF visitors to experience a day on one of the Royal Navy’s fast inshore patrol boats, and build an understanding of the Maritime environment the ships operate in.

The five strong RAF cohort each took turns at steering the ship as the QM, and as part of the Man Overboard Recovery team during a practice evolution alongside.

HMS Example’s Commanding Officer, Lt Duncan Napier said “The whole day was a valuable opportunity for Royal Navy and Royal Air Force personnel to interact and for the RAF team to learn about the different challenges we have on-board a ship and the way we operate.

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