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Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Fleet Air Arm (2 Jul 1985)

Peter Viggers: Does my hon. Friend agree that Fleet Air Arm personnel are highly skilled and highly trained? Does it not take some years to build up those skills? Is it not an unfortunate experience to see the Opposition trying to leap on the bandwagon by claiming that the skills are not currently available?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Fleet Support Vessels (12 Mar 1986)

Hon. Peter Morrison: The chairman, Graham Day, has kept my right hon. Friend fully informed of the development of the Fleet Support King design, and of its potential on the home and export markets.

Estimates Day: Fisheries (13 Dec 1990)

Peter Bottomley: The fleet may be aging, but it was bought second-hand and it has been growing in the past few years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Japan (16 May 2000)

Peter Tapsell: Given that, under the United States-Japan security treaty, Japan is the mother port for the US seventh fleet, on which the security of the whole region depends, what obligations does Britain have in the event of an attack on Taiwan from the Chinese mainland?

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Merchant Fleet (30 Apr 2002)

Mr Peter Duncan: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions what the size of the UK registered merchant fleet was in each of the last five years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: BAE Systems (4 Nov 2002)

Peter Kilfoyle: Can the Secretary of State tell us whether BAE Systems provided any parts or equipment for the grounded fleet of Apache helicopters? If so, will he tell the House what were the principal contributions made by British Aerospace?

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Buses (14 Jul 2003)

Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many (a) Ulster buses and (b) City buses of the Translink fleet are (i) under two years, (ii) between two and five years, (iii) between five and 10 years and (iv) over 10 years old.

Written Answers — Defence: Low Flying (6 Oct 2003)

Mr Peter Duncan: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many RAF low-flying sorties have been within three miles of (a) Kirkcudbright and (b) Gatehouse-of-Fleet in the last year.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Surface Fleet (3 Nov 2003)

Peter Bottomley: Does the Minister agree that the fact that we go on renewing and replacing our surface fleet should not be news? Can he give us an indication of the costs of the carrier programme, and can he say whether the Anglo-French carriers were built to take French planes as well as British planes when in operation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: EU Fisheries Council (11 Jan 2005)

Mr Peter Duncan: Given the Minister's family interest in the issue, has she asked her colleagues for their views on why the fishing fleets of Norway, Iceland and the Faroe Islands are successful and are expanding while the Scots fleet has been decimated?

Written Answers — Defence: RAF Aircraft (9 Jan 2006)

Peter Bone: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on aircraft availability across the RAF's fleet.

Written Answers — Transport: Buses: Fuels (12 Dec 2006)

Peter Ainsworth: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what estimate he has made of the cost per litre to bus fleet operators of (a) bioethanol, (b) biodiesel, (c) liquid petroleum gas and (d) diesel.

Written Answers — Defence: Nimrod (13 Dec 2006)

Peter Bone: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what the average age is of the Nimrod fleet of aircraft.

Written Answers — Defence: Warships: Decommissioning (3 Nov 2010)

Peter Luff: No final decisions have been taken. Work is taking place to determine which elements of the surface fleet will be decommissioned or placed at extended readiness, the outcome of which will be announced around the turn of the year.

Written Answers — Defence: Harrier Aircraft (27 Jan 2011)

Peter Luff: ...aircraft retired from service on 15 December 2010. There are no plans to retain these aircraft as a reserve or emergency capability. The National Security Council decision to retire the Harrier fleet was agreed collectively by the Service Chiefs.

Written Answers — Defence: Harrier Aircraft (16 Mar 2011)

Peter Luff: The fleet of Harrier aircraft is currently in storage while disposal options, including sale to other countries, are explored. It is too early to say what the final disposal arrangements will be or whether onboard equipment and systems will be used on other in-service aircraft.

Written Answers — Defence: HMS Endurance (28 Jun 2011)

Peter Luff: HMS Protector, the interim replacement ship for HMS Endurance, was commissioned into the Royal Navy fleet on 23 June. On current projections, it will depart Portsmouth towards the end of this year to conduct its first deployment to the Antarctic.

Written Answers — Defence: Joint Strike Fighter Aircraft (5 Jul 2011)

Peter Luff: The UK's ability to undertake deep maintenance, repair and upgrade of its Joint Combat Aircraft fleet in the UK is a fundamental element of our operational sovereignty requirement, which has been secured through a US/UK bilateral supplement to the Joint Strike Fighter Memorandum of Understand signed by Ministers in December 2006.

Written Answers — Defence: Afghanistan: Peacekeeping Operations (27 Oct 2011)

Peter Luff: ...on landing in Afghanistan. Information prior to 2006 was not recorded centrally and could be provided only at disproportionate cost. In all cases where aircraft suffer damage, the helicopter fleet is carefully managed to ensure that tasking continues to be met in accordance with operational priorities.

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Recruitment (2 Nov 2011)

Peter Luff: As at 31 October 2011 the Joint Services Command and Staff College had the following UK military students on courses: Course Royal Navy/Royal Marines/Royal Fleet Auxiliary Army Royal Air Force Advanced Command and Staff Course 55 66 66 Intermediate Command and Staff Courses 47 154 54 Total 102 220 120

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