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Images Dated 21st July 2014

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Bucentaur - Galley of the doges of Venice, built 1728 Featured 21 Jul 2014 Print

Bucentaur - Galley of the doges of Venice, built 1728

Bucentaur, the state galley of the doges of Venice. Built 1728, and destroyed by soldiers of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1798. Wood engraving, published in 1880

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Zebras -Equus quagga-, herd grazing, rear view, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Serengeti, Rift Valley Province, Kenya Featured 21 Jul 2014 Print

Zebras -Equus quagga-, herd grazing, rear view, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Serengeti, Rift Valley Province, Kenya

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Royal Navy Merlin Helicopter Carrying a Training Torpedo Featured 21 Jul 2014 Print

Royal Navy Merlin Helicopter Carrying a Training Torpedo

A Royal Navy Merlin helicopter with 829 Naval Air Squadron carrying a dummy training torpedo, off the Cornish coast.
Merlin helicopters from Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose have been busy near their West Cornwall Base getting to grips with the launching of practice torpedoes.
The Submarine hunting aircraft, who have recently returned from a highly successful Deep Blue deployment in the Eastern Atlantic and off the south coast of Cornwall, are developing their weapon delivery skills. Dropping dummy training torpedoes in the Falmouth Bay area, the weapons are replicas of the real sub-busting Sting Ray lightweight torpedoes. Both Weapons Engineers and Aircrew are required to carry out the same procedures and drill as if live weapons were being used.
Merlin Mk 2 can carry up to four sub-seeking weapons, two either side of the aircraft's fuselage. Once launched, the intelligent Sting Ray searches out its intended target, even in shallow water. It is electrically powered and features an active homing head with an autonomous operation mode. Real-time information and positive identification against even small, elusive targets ensures the single shaped charge warhead will effectively knock out any submarine.
It is planned to conduct up to 20 torpedo releases a year in the Bay area loading the dummy torpedoes at RNAS Culdrose and once released being recovered by SERCO, using boats working out of Falmouth