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HMS Sultan (establishment)

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Operator  Royal Navy
Phone  +44 23 9254 2260
Owner  Ministry of Defence
Elevation  7 m
Year built  1914
HMS Sultan (establishment)
In use  1914-1945 1945-1956 1956-Present
Address  Military Rd, Gosport PO12 3BY, UK
Similar  Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Gosport Tourist Informatio, Brune Park Community School, Gosport Borough Council, HMS Victory

HMS Sultan is a shore base of the Royal Navy in Gosport, Hampshire, England. It is the primary engineering training establishment for the Royal Navy. It is also home to the Network Rail Advanced Apprenticeship Scheme and the EDF Energy engineering maintenance apprenticeship.

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History

The site was originally RAF Gosport it was then transferred to the Royal Navy during 1945 as HMS Siskin it was then renamed HMS Sultan on 1 June 1956 when the airfield side was closed down and a Mechanical Repair Establishment was moved here from the Flathouse area by Portsmouth Dockyard.

The following squadrons were posted here at some point:

The following units were posted here at some point:

Current use

It is the primary engineering training establishment for the Royal Navy. It is also home to the Network Rail Advanced Apprenticeship Scheme and the EDF Energy engineering maintenance apprenticeship.

It is home to:

  • Defence School of Marine Engineering
  • RN Air Engineering and Survival School
  • Nuclear Department
  • References

    HMS Sultan (establishment) Wikipedia


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