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  1. #11
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    Default Re: HMS Pembroke

    Quote Originally Posted by capnsensible View Post
    The Carrier Prince of Wales has been knitting spaghetti a bit further north to.
    I was beginning to wonder if Pembroke was looking for something PoW dropped while she was waiting to transit the bridges.

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    Default Re: HMS Pembroke

    Quote Originally Posted by Thistle View Post
    I was beginning to wonder if Pembroke was looking for something PoW dropped while she was waiting to transit the bridges.
    Could have been a leek?

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    Default Re: HMS Pembroke

    Russian submarine?

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    Default Re: HMS Pembroke

    The only HMS Pembroke I knew would never float being a shore based training establishment and had the hardest training course in the Royal Navy which nobody ever passed. . . . . . . It was the cooks course
    I need vitamin Sea

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    Default Re: HMS Pembroke

    Quote Originally Posted by Skeffles View Post
    I think I remember this episode, doesn't it end with Cmdr Povey's mother-in-law finally going home, and then Sub-Lt. Phillips crashes the ship?
    Yes, that's right. Then "trouble with the steering gear's always a winner at the court-martial!"

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