Prince Charles inspects Royal Navy cadets
The Prince of Wales was the guest of honor during the death parade at the Royal Naval College Britannia.
Charles, who graduated from the university itself 50 years ago, greeted the new generation of officers at the Royal Navy Officers Training House in Dartmouth, Devon, on Thursday.
Among those who fainted in front of the heir to the throne after completing 30 weeks of training were Officers Alistair Poat, from Somerset, and Ruairidh McBean, from Inverness.
OC Poat, who will begin flight training in the new year as an observer (navigation/weapon and sensor specialist) in the Air Fleet, said the training pushed him out your “safe zone”.
He added: “Coming from a technical background, I don’t have much experience in leadership responsibilities. Coaching has given me a great learning opportunity and will hopefully lead to a successful career. serving in the Royal Navy.
“By far the most exciting part of the training for me was our first time at sea. The opportunity to get in early and see what life is really like in the fleet was amazing. That confirms my reason for joining, as it’s a completely different environment from Dartmouth.”
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