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  1. Hace 1 día · With Stirling Castle due to begin operations later this year, a break from training offered the ideal opportunity to welcome the new ship into the RFA family in the presence of the Service’s Commodore-in-Chief, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. It’s the second high-profile Royal visit to the Royal Navy in Scotland in 24 hours; yesterday, Her Royal ...

  2. 31 de mar. de 2024 · Stirling, royal burgh (town), Stirling council area, historic county of Stirlingshire, south-central Scotland, on the right bank of the River Forth. The precipitous 250-foot- (75-metre-) high volcanic plug on which the present castle stands was probably occupied by the early British Picts.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  3. Hace 11 horas · RFA Stirling Castle and her crew will work closely with Zulu Squadron of the Mine and Threat Exploitation Group (MTXG), who are trailblazing advances in technology to keep pace with the rapidly ...

  4. Hace 1 día · A service of dedication was held on board RFA Stirling Castle while she was alongside in Leith Docks, Edinburgh. The vessel previously operated as an oil rig support vessel but will now operate as a mothership for the Royal Navy’s new autonomous mine countermeasures systems. New Scottish-named mine-hunting mothership arrives at HMNB Clyde.

  5. Hace 11 horas · Consécration du RFA Stirling Castle en présence du duc d’Édimbourg. Le resplendissant RFA Stirling Castle était amarré à Leith, le quartier portuaire d’Édimbourg, ce 11 avril 2024. Le navire a été consacré ce jeudi, au cours d’une cérémonie qui officialisait sa mise en service au sein de la Marine.

  6. Hace 6 días · The Ministry of Defence say that RFA Stirling Castle is the new ‘mothership’ for leading-edge mine warfare technology – technology which will both keep the UK’s waters safe and reduce the risk to sailors.

  7. 5 de abr. de 2024 · Stirling Castle Stirling Castle. Though it functioned primarily as a defensive stronghold for the first couple of centuries, by the reign of King James IV, Stirling Castle had evolved into a resplendent royal palace.