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HMS Ocean has been asked to support the Government's Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief, providing assistance in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Jose.

The Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Team on board HMS Ocean currently includes Royal Marines, Medics and Engineers, specialising in Electronic, Mechanical, Structural Disciplines, as well as Damage Control experts. More personnel and supplies will be embarked in Gibraltar to further enhance these capabilities.

HMS Ocean carries a large Tailored Air Wing of Royal Navy and Joint Helicopter Command helicopters and with four landing craft, will be able to make a significant contribution to the recovery and reconstruction effort.

Pictured: Ships Company who are involved in the production of HMS Ocean's Newsletter.

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