All aboard for ‘BattleShips’ to test submarine hunting skills. Trainees @RNASCuldrose 824 Squadron’s Merlin Training Facility are playing tactical games designed & made by the instructors. Wargames date back to WW2. The games featuring real @NATO scenarios are making a comeback. pic.twitter.com/12EvE3ERk7
HMS Pembroke mentioned on the discharge document was the name given to a Royal Navy shore barracks at Chatham. It was commissioned in 1878, moved ashore in 1903 and was paid off in 1983. The buildings, designed by Sir Henry Pilkington, now house the Universities at Medway.