Photos/Video: Argyll Crew Clear Airport Runway

October 19, 2014

Personnel from the UK Royal Navy vessel HMS Argyll were this morning [Oct 19] seen walking the runway at the LF Wade International Airport clearing any debris deposited by Hurricane Gonzalo.

A public transportation bus could be seen near the group as they progressed along the runway along with other airport vehicles and personnel. The crew were walking with trash bags collecting debris from the runway and surrounding area.

The UK Royal Navy vessel HMS Argyll traveled to Bermuda to stand-by in case we needed assistance, and provided the helicopter that was flying overhead yesterday.

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  1. AD says:

    Their help is much appreciated!!Love the camaraderie.

  2. Raymond Ray says:

    On behalf of all of us that will be using the airport / runway I want to take this opportunity to thank all the crew members of H.M.S. Argyll for their dedication…

  3. Conservative says:

    Watch UK introduce corporation or some other tax in BDA for April 2015/April 2016 tax year

  4. hmmm says:

    Thank you H.M.S. Argyll crew.

  5. MAKE MY DAY says:

    Well done lads….Not that they had much to say about it!!! I remember in the RAF – an officer said I want 3 volunteers… And then quickly pointed at 3 guys and said… You, you and you will do!! If you dare argue back – then you were in-the-crap!!!

    The discipline of full-time military life!!!