Friday, 16 May 2008

Frederik inaugurates Navy Defence's new school

Now it's completely official: Royal Danish Navy's Sergeant and Basic School is merged into one school. Photo © Kim Dahl Hansen/
This morning Crown Prince Frederik inauguarated the Naval Defence Academy's new merged school for sergeant and basic courses. Frederik participated in Parade and afterwards had a guided tour and joined a reception at the Royal Danish Navy's Sergeant and Basic School in Frederikshavn.

Photos above © Anderson/Polfoto 'Kronprins Frederik indviede søværnets nye skole' - Crown Prince Frederik inaugurates the Navy Defence's new school
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik visited the Royal Danish Navy at Frederikshavn on Thursday. The...Navy's Basic School in Auderød moved to Frederikshavn last January and was merged with the Royal Danish Navy's Sergeant and Reserve Officers School...all that remained was for the Crown Prince to inaugurate the new Royal Danish Navy's Sergeant and Basic School. He arrived at 10.55am in a helicopter, and from the air he was able to see his old school in the Bangsbo Forest. The merging of the schools meant a restoration and a new building at a cost of 155 million DKK. A great project, which was clear to see on inauguration day.

TV2 news clip (00:57) 'Kronprins genåbnede Søværns-skole'
TV2/NORD news clip (01:54) - WMP

(thanks jema! thanks cph!)

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