HMS Lancaster visits Jamaica

Royal Navy warship HMS Lancaster has set sail following a formal visit to Kingston on the island of Jamaica.

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HMS Lancaster sets sail after visiting Jamaica

It was 51 years ago that the Royal Navy ship HMS Lancaster gained independence and to celebrate, the Type-23 frigate visited Kingston, Jamaica.

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He said it had been a 'great honour' to visit the Commonwealth island and added "I am delighted we hadthe opportunity to support the British High Commissioner and work with theJamaican Defence Force to share knowledge and also to better prepare ourselvesfor working in the region."

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