Video: Royal Navy Christmas video

A Merlin helicopter from Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose has been training with HMS Queen Elizabeth in Portsmouth Naval Base as part of her Rotary Wing Trials

Helicopter puts flight deck crew through its paces

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THE Royal Navy has released its Christmas video to remind people to remember men and women serving during the festive period.

The video, entitled ‘A Penguin Named Jack,’ is a humorous parody on the John Lewis Christmas advert.

A spokesman for the Royal said: ‘Men and women from across the naval service will be on duty around the globe this Christmas.

‘This video, with an affectionate nod to a certain department store, is part of the Royal Navy’s Yule the Waves campaign to recognise the families who support all our sailors, marines, airmen and mariners.

‘If you want to share your messages for the sailors, airmen, submariners and marines of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary, you can post to

‘Christmas messages from our personnel can be found here on youtube, and on our festive advent calendar at:

The video can be watched on the Royal Navy’s YouTube channel.