On board Britains nuclear deterrent as Royal Navy submariners secret lives are

The “modest” submariners who spend months underwater with little news from home are set to be honoured by Prince William on Friday. The Duke of Cambridge is expected to pay tribute to the nation’s submariners in a reading during a Service at Westminster Abbey to mark 50 years of Britain’s nuclear deterrent submarine patrols. The service, hosted by the Royal Navy, will recognise half a century of the nation’s Continuous at Sea Deterrent (CASD), whereby a British nuclear-armed submarine has been on patrol somewhere in the world every day since 1969. It is unclear whether the new Defence Secretary, Penny Mordaunt, will attend the service. In one of his last official acts in office, Gavin Williamson…

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