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Britannia Royal Naval College

The Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) occupies an important position geographically, economically and historically in Dartmouth. By The Dart has covered many aspects of the College as these articles illustrate. Click on "View All Articles" to see the full list.

There’s a dedicated group of men and women who spend their days and nights protecting cadets, officers and staff at the BRNC, but we hear little about them - The Military Provost Guard Service (MPGS) Read more

Britannia Royal Naval College

The BRNC has been educating world-class Naval Officers since 1863. Captain Jolyon Woodard spoke to By The Dart about how officer training has changed in the past 10 years and looks ahead to the future Read more

A Lieutenant commander, RAF pilot, triathlete and wife of Captain of the BRNC Read more

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Planning starts a year in advance and the event involves over 100 members of staff – a Britannia Royal Naval College Passing Out Parade is certainly not an easy occasion to organise. Read more

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There is a new man in charge at Britannia Royal Naval College. Captain Jolyon Woodard has taken over as the Commanding Officer. Read more

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Britannia Royal Naval College Exercises on the River Dart

Each summer over 100 officer cadets take part in a disaster relief mission on the River Dart. The teams from the Royal Naval College are given a made-up scenario, which usually involves aggressive militants, gunfire and toxic waste. Read more

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The Britannia Royal Naval College plays a pivotal role in the town, notwithstanding its physical prominence. Many people are employed there. We find out what some of them do.. Read more

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The Britannia Royal Naval College plays a pivotal role in the town, notwithstanding its physical prominence. Many people are employed there. We find out what some of them do. Read more

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The Britannia Royal Naval College plays a pivotal role in the town, notwithstanding its physical prominence. Many people are employed there. We find out what some of them do.. Read more

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Her Royal Highness salutes from the dais at the beginning of the parade

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Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has taken the salute at Britannia Royal Naval College as 154 Officer Cadets celebrated the end of training at Lord High Admiral’s Divisions. Read more

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With a lifetime of links to the town, Victoria and Kenners are the archetypal Dartmouth naval couple. Read more

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Guided public and private tours of Britannia Royal Naval College are available throughout the year. Read more

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Besides the beautiful vistas, Dartmouth and its surrounding area is dotted with places steeped in history. Read more

By The Dart interviews the latest in a long line of the men in charge of Dartmouth's Britannia Royal Naval College Read more

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Lord High Admiral’s Divisions has taken place at Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) today (Thursday 1 May) marking the formal commissioning of 96 new Naval Officers. Read more

Captain (Capt) Jerry Kyd, The Commanding Office of the Britannia Royal Naval College, has taken the salute at the latest passing-out-parade at the College as he prepares to leave on promotion. Capt Kyd will step down as the head of BRNC on Feb 12th. Read more

A new statue -The Watchkeeper - marking the 150th anniversary of Naval training on the River Dart has been formally unveiled at Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) by Sir Donald Gosling KCVO. Read more

Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) will feature in a new series by David Dimbleby set for broadcast on BBC 1 this Sunday (17 November). Read more

Royal Navy Officers and Cadets from Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) have marched through the streets of Dartmouth (Sat 28th Sept 2013) to exercise the right of freedom of entry for what is believed to be the first time in over 50 years. Read more

The Britannia Royal Naval College has a new Commodore. In an interview with By The Dart, he outlines his background and plans for the College: Read more

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