FRIENDS OF HMS VENGEANCE

BUSINESS AND HERITAGE PARTNERSHIPS - SHAPING THE FUTURE

Friends to save the very last British, Commonwealth and South American
Second World War Aircraft Carrier
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The Challenge aims to introduce young people aged 16-18 years  to engineering and how it plays a role in aerospace design and production. 

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The Save the Vengeance Appeal intends to promote future generations interest in our joint heritage by providing an Business partnership which will provide a foundation both for business and heritage preservation. 


BRITISH MARINE TECHNOLOGY
BMT Defence Services Limited 
 Maritime House 
 210 Lower Bristol Road 
 BATH 
 BA2 3DQ
 Tel: +44 (0) 1225 473600
 (Switchboard)
 Tel: +44 (0) 1225 473604 (HR)
 Tel: +44 (0) 1225 473611
 (Business Enquiries)
 Fax:+44 (0) 1225 448714
 Email: info@bmtdsl.co.uk 
Website: http://www.bmt.org/default.htm

HMS Vengeance and British Maritime Technology
Business Partnership 

The Friends of HMS Vengeance to date is all about partnerships and a major player in the world's IT and naval architecture technology industries, BMT is being invited to discuss in joining us in saving the VENGEANCE and hopefully assisting in the Vengeance Naval Aviation Heritage Museum venture. 

BMT is a leading multi-disciplinary engineering and technology consultancy, specialising in design, design support and risk management. BMT's consultancy is supported by a significant research investment. The company's main markets are defence, environment, offshore oil and gas and transportation.

The most ambitious programme, and cornerstone of the Royal Navy's power projection force in  the future, is the future aircraft carrier, Carrier Vertical & Fixed-Wing (CVF) project. At 40-50,000 tonnes, the two new carriers will be twice the size of the existing Invincible-class carriers, and twice the size of the former HMS Vengeance. A team led by Thales with Raytheon, BMT and Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems has been awarded contracts by the MoD defence procurement executive to study the three alternative configurations - CTOL, STOVL and STOBAR - and key ship technologies. The prime contractor selection will be made in 2004 with an in-service date of 2012. The second ship should enter service in 2015.

The Friends of HMS Vengeance wish to strengthen the link with the CVF project and provide opportunities for the Aerospace and Naval shipbuilding industries to promote their developments on this historic aircraft carrier. 
 

UK Future Aircraft Carrier Programme

Benefits to Companies 

  • To present a showcase centre, through trade shows and exhibitions, for marketing British naval aviation and maritime industries, awareness of the latest products and developments and practical training of the key skills requirements. 
  • Opportunities for high profile media attention.
  • Specialist facilities dedicated to trade, exhibition, conference, heritage or storage facilities, and spacious covered accommodation and extensive open area deck space for high profile media events.
  • To raise the profile of the heritage and community relations of business in order to enrich heritage and business learning. 
  • To contribute to the raising of achievement by employees through work related learning on the Vengeance. 

  • To help promote practical experience of obtaining both academic and vocational qualifications, as well as key and life skills relevant to working with business.


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