HMS Triumph

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Name: HMS Triumph
First reported Sep 18 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 1 reports

Pirates of the Royal Navy: Our underwater heroes who flew the Jolly Roger into battle

'Sneaky' submarine crews were originally thought of as the 'pirates' of the Royal Navy and so crews defiantly embraced the description by flying the Jolly Roger - a tradition which lasted from the Great War to the FalklandsSir Arthur Wilson was infamous ... [Published Mirror.co.uk - Sep 18 2014]

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"This is particularly true of the submarine service due to the demands of operating the boat and the restrictions of working a continuous six-hour watch routine."

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Drunkenness cases on nuclear subs [Published BBC NEWS | Open Secrets - Feb 15 2013]
How serious is the problem of drunkenness and indiscipline within the Royal Navy's submarine service? Figures obtained by the BBC show that there have been more than 300 disciplinary incidents in the past three years on the navy's 13 submarines, including ...
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