It is a privilege to welcome His Royal Highness back to BRNC to inspect those passing out today

Captain Jolyon Woodard Royal Navy, Commanding Officer of Britannia Royal Naval College

The Commanding Officer of Britannia Royal Naval College, Captain Jolyon Woodard Royal Navy said: “It is a privilege to welcome His Royal Highness back to BRNC to inspect those passing out today.

"All have completed the demanding 29 week Initial Naval Training (Officers) course and they are now ready to serve as Commissioned Officers in their respective navies across the globe. What they have learnt at BRNC will remain with them throughout their careers.

"This is a very proud moment for them and their families, and I am equally proud of my staff at BRNC who have facilitated that training.”

Also taking part in the parade were Officer Cadets half way through their training who will pass out in August. The musical accompaniment was provided by the Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines, Plymouth.

Dignitaries from other Navies and organisations were among the VIP guests.

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