BAE Systems commemorating the signing of the Armistice
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A hundred poppies, commemorating 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, have been painstakingly crafted by apprentices at our Skills Development Centre at Portsmouth Naval Base and made into this poignant memorial which has been presented to Captain of the Base, Captain David George.
"Having served in the Royal Navy myself, I'm proud to work for a company that encourages us to not only learn what we do, but the significance of why we do it," said Advanced Apprentice Heather Bisby.
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