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St Helena : ROYAL NAVY ‘RFA BLACK ROVER’ TO VISIT ST HELENA
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 19.05.2013 (Article Archived on 02.06.2013)

The Royal Navy’s RFA Black Rover will visit St Helena from Monday 20 to Thursday 23 May 2013. Captain I N Pilling and his crew of 58 will be visiting St Helena on a routine call, before embarking on wider regional engagements.





ROYAL NAVY ‘RFA BLACK ROVER’ TO VISIT ST HELENA



 



 



The Royal Navy’s RFA Black Rover will visit St Helena from
Monday 20 to Thursday 23 May 2013. Captain I N Pilling and his crew of 58 will
be visiting St Helena on a routine call, before embarking on wider regional
engagements.

 



RFA Black Rover is one of two Small Fleet Tankers owned and
operated by the UK Ministry of Defence. Her sister ship is RFA Gold Rover. She
was built by Swan Hunters and launched in 1973. RFA Black Rover has served all
over the world in support of UK and Allied Maritime Forces. Her primary role is
to replenish other naval assets at sea with diesel and aviation fuel.



 



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13 May 2013



 



 

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