‘Madness’ Cost cutting plot to axe Royal Navy assault ships condemned



Cost-cutting suggestions for the Royal Navy have reportedly included proposals to axe HMS Albion and HMS Bulwark, both ships which have 30 years’ life expectancy.
Getting rid of the amphibious ships, as well as 1,000 Royal Marines, would reportedly help save money and free up crew for two new aircraft carriers – HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales.
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2 thoughts on “‘Madness’ Cost cutting plot to axe Royal Navy assault ships condemned

  1. IT'S OUR TAX PAYERS MONEY. And l say keep the Amphibious Landing Ships over the Carriers. FULL STOP. No beach landing Vessels. No point of actually having a active professional Army then.

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