Save Hms Ocean

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Created December 5, 2015 by f e sharpe


We are asking the united kingdom government to take notice and keep hms ocean the largest ship in the navy in service till the new carriers are built and at sea with no gap in between.

There are currently 151 signatures for this petition:

  1. Peter Dutton UNITED KINGDOM

    Let’s not go down the route of previous governments and remove our only serviceable asset. Learn from previous near mistakes…. The Falklands war for instance when we were only months away from getting rid of our only available carriers invincible possibly to the Australians and Hermes to scrap.

  2. Barry Jones

    We need to have at least one serviceable seagoing aircraft platform at least until the new carriers are commissioned

  3. Gordon Rees UNITED KINGDOM

    The security of our country is so important.

  4. keith j butler UNITED KINGDOM

    this government, is too quick to destroy our heritage.

  5. Stephen Andrews UNITED KINGDOM

    This wonderful ship should be kept in service. It seems that “modern ships” are not made like the old ships due to penny pinching governments, they’re in service a short time and there is a fault with them. Just take a look at what is happening to our world. Our country was saved by centuries of countless sailors who risked their lives defending our beloved country, why should we now have no defence against the threat of attack from wherever.

  6. Paul Robin Gibson UNITED KINGDOM

    We cannot be without cover silly to remove from Service by replacement is up to speed.



  8. Steven Shaw UNITED KINGDOM

    Need Protection Till New Ones Are Built

  9. Caroline Burt

    We need the Ocean.

  10. Raymond Burt

    We need our big ships like Oceon.

  11. Justin Hook UNITED KINGDOM

    with the decommissioning of the last of the invincible class carriers it is vital that Ocean be kept in service until at least one of the Queen Elizabeth class Carriers are in Service with the present state of world affairs we can ill afford a carrier gap in the Armed forces.

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