NAVY NEWS, OCTOBER 2010
PO(AET) James ‘Jamie’ Adam. Joined the RN 1998 and has completed several tours in Afghanistan and Iraq with the Commando Helicopter Force on 846 Naval Air Squadron at RNAS Yeovilton; he worked on the Sea King Commando aircraft at HMS Sultan since March 2010. An enthusiastic member of the RN Motor Cycle Club since 2001 and secretary since January 2006 he played a pivotal role in raising thousands of pounds for charity. Died during the Junior Manx Grand Prix motorcycle race on the second lap. The family would like to thank everyone who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure Jamie’s funeral was a fi tting tribute to him. The family would also like to thank everyone for all the cards, kind wishes and donations. September 1. Aged 28.
Cdr His Honour Judge John Sessions. Joined Dartmouth 1959 where he became a cadet captain and passed out second in a strong year of 90 midshipmen. His service in Protector and Agincourt was followed by shore appointments and he spent six months in Italy to qualify as an interpreter. He studied Law under the Navy’s scheme and was called to the bar of Middle Temple in 1972. After becoming a barrister his career alternated between legal and naval appointments. He was supply offi cer of Leopard then staff offi cer of BRNC Dartmouth resigning in 1981. In 1995 he became the 29th and last holder of the offi ce of Judge Advocate of the Fleet, an appointment created in 1663 for a civilian judge to oversee the court-martial process in the Royal Navy; the offi ce was formally abolished in December 2008 after the Armed Forces Act 2006 came into force. June 16. Aged 69. Lt Cdr Tony ‘BB’ Bentley-Buckle . Joined 1939. As a cadet serving in Dunedin he was ordered to board a Swedish vessel, however with issues with the manifest and an uncooperative Swedish captain he took her safely through the minefi elds into Kirkwall for which he was recommended for accelerated promotion. Later while in Revenge he broke his arm and was landed in Durban to recover, he was made drafting offi cer and immediately drafted himself home and nearer to the war. He volunteered for special service and trained as a beachmaster at Loch Long and took command of G Commando, RN. In 1943 he was the fi rst man ashore at Pachino during the Allied landings on Sicily and his Commando took charge of the beach at Reggio. He commanded a mixed fl otilla of surrendered Italian torpedo boats and local fi shing vessels at Termoli on the Adriatic coast which operated behind enemy lines rescuing escaped British PoWs – mentioned in despatches. Setting up a base on the Yugoslav coast, he was captured by the Germans but escaped by jumping from the lorry. He was betrayed to two SS offi cers but he seized one of their pistols, shot both men, escaped but ran into a German army checkpoint and was arrested. After a brutal interrogation, he was left badly injured. He spent the last 18 months of World War 2 as a PoW where he and his fellow inmates of Marlag-O built a man-sized, dummy called Albert RN which they carried to the wash house outside the camp in sections, it was then assembled and carried back into camp in the midst of the marching men, leaving one man to hide in the latrine to later emerge and make his escape. In 1953 a highly fi ctionalised version of the episode was made into a fi lm, Albert RN. May 24. Aged 88.
Lt Cdr Tom Brydon. Trained as a Boy Seaman Second Class at Bruce then to Raleigh. After serving in destroyers and submarine depot ships he joined the Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert in 1952; he served on the Shaw Savill liner Gothic which took the Queen on her fi rst Commonwealth cruise the following year and then served eight years on board HMY Britannia becoming the Queen’s coxswain. After seven years in survey vessels (Far East and the Pacifi c) he was appointed an instructor to BRNC Dartmouth where he took part in three Tall Ships races and as a RYA offshore qualifi ed skipper he sailed in the Sail Training Association schooners, Sir Winston Churchill and the Malcolm Miller. He became master of the only operational diving-bell barge left in the world (Gibraltar) then served in Ark Royal, Bulwark and Hermes. He commanded Kellington (fi shery protection) and was appointed staff offi cer Camperdown Tay Division RNR in 1977; he retired in 1983 after 36 years. He spent 15 years on the Dundee Sea Cadet unit’s management committee, 11 as chairman and oversaw the move to the new HQ to East Camperdown Street after 30 years at Camperdown. August 23. Aged 77. Lt Joe Fowells DSC. Torpedo Offi cer.
rejoined and served 1949-69 in Indefatigable, Magpie, Coquette, Bulwark and Ark Royal. RN Engineroom Association. August 17. Aged 84.
Les ‘Brum’ Smith. AB. Served 1948- 55 (a seven and fi ve Man) at Royal Arthur then Victory, Gravelines, St Angelo, Drake Barracks (Guz), Warrior, Drake and Orion; upon leaving the RN he joined the Reserve Fleet for his remaining fi ve. Nautical Club Birmingham. August 27. Aged 79. Raymond Paul ‘Banjo’ West. CPO. 1948-75
Brian Charles. L/Sea. Served in Bruce, Dolphin, Mauritius, Vanguard, Hornet and Striker. HMS Bruce Association. August 4. Aged 77.
in Fiskerton 1958-61, 14 and ships Ganges
instructor. Joined RNXS Felixstowe 1977 then Harwich 1993 becoming Head of both units. After disbandment in 1994 he became a founding member and Head of the Maritime Volunteer Service at Harwich. July 26. Aged 79.
John Peter ‘Tugg’ Wilson. CPO Gunnery. Served 1938-47 and again 1951-66 in Belfast, Enterprise, Pincher, Meon, Delight and Ganges. HMS Ganges Association. August 18. Aged 88.
aboard Ledbury (Malta convoy) that went alongside the oil tanker Ohio relieving the siege of Malta. Founder member and vice chairman Cheshunt RNA 1988-97. May 26. Aged 84. Leonard George Clark. L/Sto. DEFA, SRRD Cheshunt branch. March 28. Aged 82.
John Collins. Wireless Operator serving ROYAL NAVAL ASSOCIATION
John Joseph ‘Joe’ McWilliams. Served with the Argyl & Sutherland Highlanders in Palestine. Cheshunt branch. July 9. Aged 85.
Joseph Leonard Lee DSM. Chief MM. Served 1940-46 in Coastal Forces, MTB 18 (1st Flotilla), MTBs 79 and 423 (7th Flotilla) and MTBs 355 and 764. Vice president and life member Nuneaton branch. August 13. Aged 89.
Colin Ayden MSM. Chief Yeoman of Signals. Served 22 years in Ganges and in Korean waters during the Korean War. Transferred to RN Recruitment Service serving a further 17 years. Founder Norwich RNA. August 17. Aged 80. Bernard Lloyd. AB Gunner. Served 1950-
57 in Victory, Indefatigable, Maidstone, Dolphin, Sambewang, Diligence, Excellent and Theseus. Received the Naval GSM for his participation in the 1956 Suez Confl ict. Former chairman Lincoln branch and full member for over 40 years. August 26. Aged 78.
Peter Hubbard. Associate member of Lincoln branch. Aged 49. Robert Welsh. ERA 3. Served 1943-46 in Unruly (submarine training) and Thyme. Redcar & District RNA. August 31. Aged 86. Arthur David ‘Big Dave’ Evans. Jack Dusty Landing Craft branch. Served 1944- 47 in Chinkara (India) demobbed in the Isle of Man. Latterly of Liverpool City Police and teacher and headmaster at Chaigley School Lymm, Cheshire. Llandudno RNA and president of Conway British Legion. July 18. Aged 83.
F R ‘Fred’ Brown. Sto. Submarine service 1943-46 in Tribune, Trespasser, Universal and Tireless. Essex branch. Aged 86. E J ‘Ernie’ Crone. ME1. Submarine service 1954-58 in Taciturn, Sanguine and Tiptoe. Sunderland branch. Aged 77. W R ‘Bill’ Davie. L/Sea LTO. Submarine service 1941-45 in H32, Tribune and Seraph. Australia branch. Aged 92. Alan ‘Big Al’ Hobley. L/Tel. Served in
SUBMARINERS ASSOCIATION Delhi before transferring to
the submarine service 1941-46 in P614, Upshot and Tantalus. Bristol branch until recent closure then joined Taunton branch submariners association; also member of the Russian Convoy Veterans association. August 31. Aged 89. T ‘Terence’ Sharp. CCMech(M). Submarine service 1976-92 in Conqueror, Churchill and Courageous. Medway Towns branch. Aged 64.
Mercury, Lowestoft, Tiger, Cochrane and Eagle. HMS Tiger Association. August 8. Aged 64.
David ‘Dave’ Howard. CPO. One of Britain’s longest surviving heart transplantees. August 10. Terry ‘Ken’ Padgett. CPO PTI. Trained as a boy at Bruce and served in Whirlwind, Devonshire, Tiger, Maidstone, Condor and Cochrane. August 17. Aged 78. Gordon ‘Bimble’ Munnings. W. Ex PTI.
At outbreak of war he joined the RNVR and was trained at King Alfred, Hove. Serving in Foresight 1939-42 he took part in the Anglo-French attack on Vichy-held Dakar, the bombardment of Genoa and as Torpedo Offi cer on board, he was ordered to sink Edinburgh which was laden with 465 ingots of what became known as ‘Stalin’s gold’ after a bitter battle in Arctic waters. Later he was fi rst-lieutenant of the destroyers Montrose and Tenacious on operations in the Adriatic, Mediterranean and Far East. He was awarded the DSC in 1940 and mentioned in despatches in 1945. August 6. Aged 94. Lt Col John Davis RM. Joined the Royal Marines in 1971 as one fo the fi rst graduate scholarship entires. As CO of the RM detachment he was posted to HMS Mohawk in the West Indies, then spent a year in 40 Commando in Northern Ireland and also spent time on deployments in northern Norway and the Mediterranean. He completed the Canadian staff course in Montreal then held a teaching post in Greenwich Staff College. Promotion to major brought him back to 3 Cdo Bde as the Deputy Chief of Staff for operational logistics. Promoted to lieutenant colonel, he took command of RM Poole. His fi nal post was director of the Royal Marines Reserve. After leaving the service, he was appointed harbourmaster in Chichester in 1997, and was a keen sailor. August 28. Aged 62. Dennis Muir. RO2(T). Served at Raleigh,
N A ‘Norman’ Stewart. L/Sea LTO(MID). Submarine service 1942-47 in H32, L26, Ultor, Uther, Sturdy, Seadog and Seadevil. Blyth and North East branches. Aged 92. G A ‘Geoff’ Tunmore. L/Tel. Submarine service 1947-55 in Taciturn, Sleuth, Alcide, Tiptoe, Solent, Selene and Aurochs. Norfolk branch. Aged 83. E ‘Eddy’ Winney. Stoker 1. Submarine service 1944-45 in Shalimar. Colchester branch. Aged 83.
Aged 83. August 9.
Lt Ron Allen. Served in Ready. July 30. John Chandler. Tel. Served in Melita.
Raymond W Frost. AB. Served in Lioness. August 13. Aged 84. Lt Alex Fraser RNVR. Served in Sylvia. August 14. Colin Ayden. L/Sig. Served in Mutine. August 17. Aged 80. Les Bray. PO/SM. Served in Coquette. August 17. Aged 84. Sam Falgate. AB. Served in Speedy. Associate member. August 19. Aged 85. Peter Massey. AB. Served in Lioness. August 20. Aged 78. Bob Bibby. AB. Served in Rowena. August 24. Aged 83.
Ted Purbrick. L/E. July. Aged 87. Alan Sullivan. AB. June 6. Joan Mills. July 8. Aged 79. Ted, Alan and Joan’s husband Arthur
HMS WIZARD & HMS CADIZ JOINT ASSOCIATION
were in Wizard in Tokyo Bay for the signing of the Surrender. After a further few months in the Far East, Wizard collected 169 gold bars from Australia; part of the UK gold reserves and delivered them home to Plymouth.
LST & LANDING CRAFT ASSOCIATION J Glover. MID. Served on board LCH 315 and LSD Northway. F A Gitsham. Served on board LST 410.
April 4. A L King. Served on board LCT 1152 and with LCA Flotillas 73 & 108. August 5. F J Russ. Served on board LSTs 162 and 382 also Aristocrat. August 19. S J Newton. Served with LCVP Flotilla 804. August 21.
November’s Noticeboard must be received by October 11 Entries for the Deaths’ column and Swap Drafts in
Served 1937-61 at Ganges as instructor and boy, Arethusa (cruiser), Victory, Pembroke, Phoenicia and Neptune. July 16. Aged 88. Leslie ‘Les’ Bray. Chief M(E). 1943 HO
responded to the appeal for crew members of HMS Bronington to get together for a reunion, please could you get back in touch with Mike Sinker on 01395 516997 or email@example.com
; his email account was hacked and he lost all the earlier responses. He is particularly keen to hear from Ken Dibnah.
HMS Bronington reunion: If you
Party: Ark Royal was commissioned on November 1, 1985. As part of the celebrations, a Cocktail Party for offi cers and warrant offi cers will take place on board on November 4, 2010. All serving and retired offi cers and warrant offi cers who have been complemented in HMS Ark Royal are welcome to attend and may be accompanied by one guest each. The maximum number of guests is 600 and for security reasons will be by ticket only. Deadline for applications is October 1. For more information contact Lt Pete Davis RN, Silver Jubilee Ball Offi cer, HMS Ark Royal, BFPO 212.
HMS Ark Royal Silver Jubilee Cocktail
72: ‘Friends of HMS Eagle’ are holding a ‘Nautical Experience’ weekend reunion at the very nautical and prestigious Liner Hotel, Lord Nelson Street, Liverpool, from November 5 to 7. After the very successful last three reunions around the country – all Eaglets plus wives/partners and guests are very welcome to
visits’. Meet & Greet on the Friday evening in the Pacifi c Lounge. On Saturday there is a choice of visits to the Maritime Museum, Beatles Experience Tour, City & Docks DUKW Tour etc, followed in the evening by a very nautical Dinner, Dance and entertainment with local Sea Cadet & Royal Marine involvement including Ceremonial Sunset & Up Spirits. (All commissions 1952- 72 very welcome.) Hotel accommodation at very good rates. For details contact main organisers Bill Melvin at bill.me
lvin@virgin. net or tel 07740 439987 or Membership Secretary Danny du Feu at danny@ ddf-photography.co.uk
660715. See you there! British Armed Forces Diwali Festival of Lights Celebration: The Forces Hindu Chaplain has invited members of the Armed Forces to celebrate Diwali on Wednesday November 10 at the Gita Bhawan Temple in Manchester. with the Hindu community. For more information please contact Surg Lt Cdr Manish Tayal at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Naval Personnel Families Service/ Royal Marines Welfare: Calling all current and former NPFS & RMW staff. A Reunion/
Royal Naval Electrical Branch Association: Does anyone remember the Instructor on the Electrical Courses at Chatham who hated the word “bulb”? “It’s lamp, boy, do you hear – lamp. Bulbs only grow in yer bleedin’ garden.” That gem was sent in by a member and appears in the latest newsletter of the Royal Naval Electrical Branch Association, with the comment from the newsletter editor. “As a Pembroke trained EM, I too cannot bring myself to call it a ‘light bulb’. Are you Collingwood vets similarly traumatised? Ed”. Do you have any gems from your days in the Electrical Branch? If you had the distinctive lightning fl ashes on your branch badge, come and fi nd your old mess mates by visiting http://www.rneba. org.uk
and download the application form or by emailing Mike Crowe at email@example.com
. uk or 7 Heath Road, Sandown, Isle of Wight. PO36 8PG. Tony Quinn: Seeking information on the
whereabouts of my uncle, Tony Quinn. He served on one of the carriers as a Senior Weapons Engineer. He retired many years ago and until about fi ve years ago was living in the Charent
destroyer, was adopted by the town of Morley in Yorkshire during warship week March 21- 28 1942. The town’s people having raised just under half a million pounds in a national savings drive. Population of the borough of
France. Tony, originally from Bolton, moved back to the UK to be closer to his daughter who is studying to be a dentist. I hope that someone can make the connection from this information. Contact Sean Quinn at sean@ bqigroup.com
or write to Corriemuckloch Farmhouse, Amulree, Dunkeld, PH8 0EG. HMS Forester, a WW2 Fearless class
Lt Jeremy D Brettell to HMS Charger as CO on September 7.
Sports lottery August 14: £5,000 – CH2 B M Lynch;
£1,500 – AET2 L A Brimson; £500 – Sgt S J Walker.
August 21: £5,000 – Logs(CS(P)) I D O’Mahoney; £1,500 – CH1 K D Longhurst; £500 – CPOWEA N A Holdsworth. August 28: £5,000 – Lt M Paton; £1,500 – AET J N Street; £500 – OM2 N Connerton. September 4: £5,000 – Lt Cdr D M Orton;
£1,500 – L/Cpl W D Patten; £500 – AB P A Crowe.
September 11: £5,000 – WS(SSM) A
M Kent; £1,500 – LOM(AWT) L S Marriott; £500 – Acting LNN K A Macleod. September 18: £5,000 – CPO R G
McTaggart; £1,500 – LNN S Loar; £500 – Lt Cdr M L Shaw.
Diary dates OCTOBER
Sea Cadets Trafalgar Day Parade: Sunday October 24, starting at Horse Guards at 11am, then marching along The Mall to Trafalgar Square in central London.
Maritime area of Southern
Morley was at this time under 10,000 people. I was the fi rst child born during this week, on March 23rd, and was adopted by the ship as battle ship baby. On retiring from a life long career in the Merchant Navy in 2007 I have started to research the career of HMS Forester and would through your pages request any help or information that any of your readers can give. Contact Capt James Westerman at westmariner2003@yahoo. co.uk
or write to 1 Wares Cottages, Magazine Lane, Wisbech, Cambs, PE13 1LQ HMS Ganges: Trying to trace a Radio
Operator C E R Horne. He joined HMS Ganges in Hawke 230 Class in May 1967 and served in HMS Argonaut, Charybdis and Duncan in the 60s and 70s. I have six photograph albums that chronical RO Hornes naval career with a number of personal ones. These albums were found by a builder renovating a derelict property in Halifax and passed to me, as chairman of the Halifax RNA, in the hope that we can re-unite RO Horne or his family with these albums. Please contact GW Cameron, 49 Shaw Lodge, Halifax, HX1 2NB or call 01422 369952.
Veterans Agency: 0800 169 2277, www. veterans-uk.info
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity: 023 9254 8076, www.rnrmc.org.uk
RNBT: 023 9269 0112 (general), 023 9266 0296 (grants), www.rnbt.org.uk
British Legion: 08457 725725, www. britishlegion.org.uk
Seafarers UK: 020 7932 0000, www.
Federation: 023 9265
SSAFA Forces Help: 0845 1300 975,
Fleet Air Arm Museum: 01935 840565,
RN Submarine Museum: 023 9252 9217,
National Maritime Museum: 020 8312
RN Community: www.rncom.mod.uk
Medals enquiries: 0800 085 3600 Royal Naval Museum: 023 9272 7562,
Royal Marines Museum: 023 9281 9385,
Imperial War Museum: 020 7416 5320,
Logs(Wtr) J Millard would like to swap for HMS Liverpool for any Portsmouth or Plymouth based ship, deploying or not. Joining date is November 30 2010. Please contact by email CNS-ISO2 or call 9621 86393.
Iron Duke will swap for any Plymouth based ship deployed, deploying or not. Contact 309-POUW3@a.dii.mod.uk
PO(UW) T Pollard-Rice currently HMS
Royal Naval Association: 023 9272 3823,
Royal Navy recruitment: 0845 607 5555,
Ministry of Defence: 0870 607 4455, RN and RM Service records: 01283 or tel: 07891 re-enact the ‘Liverpool HMS Eagle, Last Commission 1969- NOVEMBER 2010
Social Event for civilian and Service staff is being held on November 19 at 1900 at HMS Forward, Birmingham. Cost £28.50 per person. The event comprises a buffet and disco. Anyone who has worked for the organisation is most welcome, regardless of position/status of employment – with partners if desired. Please call Fiona Campbell on 01752 555041 for further information. HMS Neptune Association: The Neptune Association’s AGM is at the Union Jack Club, Waterloo, London on November 27 at 11am. Members, relatives and friends are invited of the 837 men lost at sea from ships Neptune and Kandahar. Buffet lunch £15 per person. Visit www.hmsneptune.com
or call 07941 440113.
HMS Undine & Urchin Association in company of Ursa, Ulster, Ulysses, Urania and Undaunted will hold their 2011 Reunion at the Auckland Hotel, Morecambe, Lancashire from March 11 to 14. For more details please contact Secretary, Chris Heslop at chris@ cheslop.plus.com
or tel: 01229 826227.
Medical Branch Ratings and Naval Nurses – Haslar: It is planned that a reunion of those Medical Branch Ratings and Naval Nurses who trained at RNH Haslar, take place in May 2011. At present we are attempting to contact as many former members of the Medical Branch and Naval Nursing profession. Would former members of the relevant branches please take a look at our facebook page RNH Haslar Reunion or contact me, Jim Attenborough, 43 Roundhouse Close, Nantyglo, Ebbw Vale. NP23 4QX or tel: 01495 311935. HMS Phoebe Association, Cruiser(C43) & frigate (F42): Have their annual (15th) reunion from May 13 to 16 at Hinton Firs Hotel in Bournemouth. All ex crew are welcome to join us. Please contact the secretary, Roy Pavely at r.pa
vely@ntlworld. com or tel: 01235 211501.
S58 Class: Calling all members of S58 Class. It is hoped to organise a 45th anniversary reunion in September 2011. Those interested please contact Colin Stoke at firstname.lastname@example.org
or tel: 01489 581432.
HMS Morecambe Bay Association: Reunion at the Inglewood Hotel, Torquay from October 14 to 16. All Bay-class frigate men are welcome. Contact Doug Turk at email@example.com
or tel: 01252 377481.
OCTOBER 2011 MAY 2011
NOT surprisingly, this month’s featured Trophy is relevant to the Battle of Trafalgar and the defeat of the combined Franco-Spanish Fleet by Lord Nelson.
the brass plate on the upper deck which marks the spot where Nelson fell, having been shot by a French marksman
Redoutable. However, this is not the first plate marking that spot, the original being Trophy 27316. After the battle HMS Victory limped into Gibraltar; she was under jury rig and had to be taken in tow by HMS Neptune but once safely docked she became an instant tourist attraction.
Her Commanding Officer, Capt Thomas Masterman Hardy, was kept busy showing a constant stream of curious dignitaries around his ship, and one of the essential sights undoubtedly would have been the place where the Royal Navy’s greatest hero fell. Therefore,
location could be properly marked, he tasked the ship’s carpenter with the manufacture of a suitable commemorative plaque. It is apparent, and
so that this onboard the will have seen
understandable, that this Trophy was rather hastily constructed
Those who have visited HMS Victory in Portsmouth Dockyard
inscription “Here Nelson Fell, Oct 21 1805” on the brass plate was done by punched letters rather than fine engraving and the plate was secured to Victory’s deck by a single central pin.
from items already to hand onboard the ship. The ornate carving
surrounding the plate, and carved by A H Helyer, is a later addition and dates from the time of the replacement of the original plate by that which is in place today.
It was clearly manufactured – the simple
This carving is of laurel leaves surmounted by a Naval Crown, a pair of crossed swords and the text of Nelson’s famous “England expects…” Fleet.
signal to his
As will be apparent, the original plate is now mounted and framed: the rear of this frame – which is shown on the left
written text by Mr Helyer which suggests that, when the current plate was placed onboard Victory the original was given to his father, who was employed in Portsmouth Dockyard and who, in turn, passed it to his son who then carved the surround.
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