Ships converted to protect subsea infrastructure

'RFA Proteus' on the River Thames in London for its service of dedication (RFA)

Geopolitical tensions have prompted the Royal Fleet Auxiliary to have two offshore support vessels converted to subsea surveillance operations.

The Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA), the support arm of the Royal Navy (RN), has dedicated a new ship drawing on the experience of the offshore oil and gas (O&G) industry to protect the UK’s underwater infrastructure.

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