Following their first fortnight, the ship's company have been routinely exercising their skills including gunnery exercises and boat drills which keep the boarding team, made up of Royal Navy and Specialist Royal Marines, at peak levels of readiness.
What does GUNEX stand for?
GUNEX stands for Gunnery Exercise
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Included in that plan was a full-blown gunnery exercise to ensure that our crews were properly trained and qualified to provide convoy security.
The ships tested their shooting skills in a gunnery exercise at the end of the first day.
The GDN spent a day onboard the HMS Middleton mine-hunting and observing its 45-man crew conducting gunnery exercises.
The event attracted visitors from far and wide who watched displays in the main arena, including demonstrations of horse back at arms skills, a display of English Civil War weaponry and a gunnery exercise.
The first phase of the exercise involved numerous anti-submarine warfare (ASW) exercises, coordinated defense against surface littoral threats, surface gunnery exercises and other training events to develop at-sea proficiency and the ability to operate together.
Gunnery exercises served as the culminating event to the training, although the concepts and training requirements to conduct gunnery exercises were new to Viper leaders.
It is one of the Army's major live-fire training and manoeuvre facilities for armoured fighting vehicles in the UK and the only UK Army range normally available for armoured units for direct-fire live gunnery exercises and associated manoeuvres.