Destroyer

Lieutenant Commander Kirsty Flegg hugs her two sons Jack, aged 6, and Toby, aged 4, following a deployment on HMS Defender on Friday in Glasgow, Scotland. HMS Defender is one of the Royal Navy's new Type 45 destroyers, and has returned to Glasgow where it was built for the first time since becoming a fully fledged member of the fleet and will be open to the public tomorrow.

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Lieutenant Commander Kirsty Flegg hugs her two sons, Jack, 6, and Toby, 4, on Friday, in Glasgow, Scotland, following her deployment on HMS Defender. The Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer has returned to the city where it was built and will be open to the public on Saturday.

HMS Edinburgh sails to Edinburgh

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Royal Navy aircraft engineers extend the rotor blades on a Lynx helicopter as it prepares for a morning flight onboard HMS Edinburgh during the ship’s farewell tour of the UK heading for Leith. The Royal Navy’s last Type 42 Destroyer will make her very last visit to Edinburgh before she is decommissioned