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HMS Bulwark, took part in an operational tasking off the coast of Southern Iraq Featured 6 Apr 2006 Print

HMS Bulwark, took part in an operational tasking off the coast of Southern Iraq

HMS Bulwark, took part in an operational tasking off the coast of Southern Iraq.
During operations in Southern Iraq, Sea King Mk4s of 845 & 846 Naval Air Squadrons were tasked with multiple jobs to carryout during their tours of duty at Basra International Airport.
A visit to one of the Royal Navy's newest ships, HMS Bulwark a Landing Platform Dock (LPD), was the second tasking of the day. HMS Bulwark was due to sail back to the UK on the 10th April, after several months of operations off the shores of the Iraqi coastline. HMS Bulwark also provided a landing platform for other aircraft within the Southern Iraq area, giving much needed aviation fuel to extend operational flying tasks.
On route, several passengers where picked up from the port of Umm Qasr, were the Royal Navy trained the Iraqi Coastal Defence Force

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The Eagle and Child pub in Oxford Featured 6 Apr 2006 Print

The Eagle and Child pub in Oxford

The Eagle and Child pub in Oxford. During the 1950s and 1960s, CS Lewis and JRR Tolkein would meet here, along with their circle of literary friends known as The Inklings to read and discuss their latest work, including the Chronincles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings

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Avian flu Featured 6 Apr 2006 Print

Avian flu

Avian flu. Conceptual computer artwork depicting chickens encased within capsules. Avian flu is a viral disease of poultry. The H5N1 strain of the avian influenza virus first appeared in humans in South-East-Asia in 1997. Between 2003 and 2005 it killed over 60 people. In April 2006 the first case of bird flu was confirmed in the UK. The virus is contracted by close contact with infected birds, although it cannot be contracted by eating meat or eggs. Also, as yet, H5N1 cannot be transferred between humans through the air as human flu viruses can. There are fears that the virus may mutate into a human transmissible form, which could lead to millions of deaths worldwide