Meeting: Cold War Royal Navy Submarine operations
Speaker: Chris Munns
Wednesday Date 10th June 2020; 7:30 pm
Woodcote Village Hall, Reading Road, Woodcote, RG8 0QY
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
The British Modern Military History Society will this month be hosting a presentation given by Chris Munns, former Captain of the nuclear attack submarine HMS Courageous.
Cold War Royal Navy Submarine operations
The Royal Navy’s training course for prospective Submarine Commanding Officers is recognised as one of the most intense military training schemes anywhere in the world. Candidates chosen for the course have at this point reached the highest position possible before taking command.
Event Details and Entry Cost
When we host Meetings in Woodcote Village Hall, entry cost is just £8, payable (cash only) on the door. This includes your entry ticket to the talk, a Q & A, refreshments (beer, wine, soft drinks) and light snacks (sandwiches etc.). At each talk, we also make a contribution to a military related charity of our speaker’s choice. We also hold a raffle at each talk.
Doors open at 7:00pm and talks are scheduled to start at 7:30 pm. Entrance to the main hall is via the main entrance on the Reading Road in Woodcote.
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Meeting Venue: Woodcote Village Hall
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The Soviet Presence
Biographical notes – Chris Munns
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