HMNB Clyde Her Majesty's Naval Base

HM Naval Base Clyde – commonly known throughout the Navy as Faslane – is the Royal Navy’s main presence in Scotland. It is home to the core of the Submarine Service, including the nation’s nuclear deterrent, and the new generation of hunter-killer submarines. The Royal Naval Armaments Depot at Coulport, 8 miles from Faslane, is responsible for the storage, processing, maintenance and issue of key elements of the UK's Trident Deterrent Missile System and the ammunitioning of all submarine embarked weapons.

Naval Base Commander Mark Gayfer

Rank: Commodore

Commodore Mark Gayfer joined the Royal navy in 1988, he assumed command of HM Naval Base Clyde 8 Feb 2016.

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Her Majesty’s Naval Base Clyde, commonly known throughout the Navy as Faslane, is the Royal Navy’s main presence in Scotland. It is home to the core of the Submarine Service, including the nation’s nuclear deterrent, and the new generation of hunter-killer submarines.

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HMS Astute

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HMS Ambush

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43 Commando Fleet Protection Group

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HMS Bangor (M109)

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HMS Blyth (M111)

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HMS Ramsey (M110)

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HMS Shoreham (M112)

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HMS Pembroke (M107)

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HMS Penzance (M106)

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HMS Grimsby (M108)

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HMS Raider

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HMS Tracker

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Northern Diving Group

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Argyll and Bute Council makes commitment to Armed Forces

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