All Round Look Archive



For those with a little spare time why not browse past copies of All Round Look.  These versions have been taken from the final draft and may contain some typos not present in the published version.  The search box searches the highlights listed in the table but not the individual editions of ARL.

ARL COVER New2016-2017Lt Cdr Courtney Boyle VC RN. Clyde Update (RAdml J Weale, RASM). A Close Encounter (Jeremy Nash). Memories of a Grand Old Lady (David Ottley). The Birth of the Israeli Navy Submarine Service (Brian Needham). You’ve got to see the Funny Side, Sir (Andy Benford). LRO’s Island (Doug Littlejohns). Dear Sir(Nick Ferguson). National Service in Boats (Robert Ibberson). Where have all the X-Craft gone? (Philip Marsden). Bush Submariners (Don Cleavin). A Not-so-quiet Make and Mend (Andrew McVean). A Sick Woolly Bull (Chris Walker). Contact Solutions by Computer (Guy Warner). Valiant’s Fin Hum (Philip Marsden).
EPSON MFP image2015-2016British Submarine’s Exploit (from The Times 1914). HMS SHEMARA and the loss of UNTAMED (DanConley). The Pursuit of Power (David Ottley). OLYMPUS and the Ice (Roy Buckley). HMS AURIGA and the Flotilla Gunnery Competition (David Higham). An Alliance made in HMS ALLIANCE (Alison Barber). “They Come Unseen” (Andy Benford). Rambling Recollections of a RN Scientist (Philip Tice). One Submarine, Two Captains (Bob Hill). U995 – the last Type VIIc Submarine (Peter Christmas). Life is Full of Coincidences (Peter Christmas).
EPSON MFP image2014-2015Now it can be told – or can it? by Jock Gardner. The Submarine/Battleship argument prior to WW. Mr John Holland – Good with Words. Submarines in Dolphin (photo). Lt JRG Moncrieffe RN. Perisher for the st Century by Cdr Ryan Ramsey RN. A Close Call by Richard Channon. Inspired by a SM Museum Exhibit by Roger Gowen. The AUROCHS Affair – by Tony Norris. USS CHOPPER’s Last Dive by Dan Conley. SM Reports of Proceedings by Rob Forsyth. Peace by Eric Thompson. Heinz Emmerich by Paul Hoddinott. The Hunt for HMS POSEIDON by Arthur Jones. I Know he has Another Love by Margaret Sullivan. Selective Deafness by Philip Marsden. How HMS SUPERB Changed the Falkands War by James Perowne. Doing What Comes Naturally – the Prequel.
EPSON MFP image2013-2014Tales from Tantalus by Michael Tibbs. Operation Rimeau by Michael Tibbs. Doing what comes naturally by Eric Thompson. Well Met! by Peter Christmas. Failing to get his Bearings. Murmansk June by David Higham. An Unusual First Appointment by Charles Rainer. The Aurochs Affair by David Wixon. The Clutching Hand by Simon Burrage. Just Another Source of Neutrons? by Howard Broadbent. Tubby and Wally Escape from Colditz by Paul Hoddinott. A Master-at-Arms’ First Dive by Don Cleavin. Do You Remember the Range? by Guy Warner. AE And AE Update by Tom Tribe
EPSON MFP image2012-2013Olympic Year: Rodney Pattisson MBE. Alliance’s False Start – a Confession by John Jacobsen. Was Odin the First SSG? No by Chris Walker. Submariners by Jeff Webb. Theirs not to Reason Why by Eric Thompson. Cdr Con Thode RNZNVR. A Bird and Several Bears by Dan Conley. Falmouth Remembrance by Philip Marsden. Set-up or Stitch-up? by Peter Christmas. From Barrow to Bear Island by Dan Conley. The Great Stavanger to Portland Race by John Lea. Wine for the AGM – Working Party by Chris Walker. Valete by Richard Sharpe. Chaos Theory or Just Plain Consequences? by Doug Littlejohns. A Families Week at Sea by Gavin Menzies. SS Spiros Lemnos – November by John Critchley. Quiet Times at Sea by Philip Marsden.
EPSON MFP image2011-2012A Very Special Day by Paddy O’Riordan. Rudyard Kipling, Spin-doctor to the Admiralty. On the Putty by Bryan Smalley. Was Odin the First SSG? by Philip Marsden. HMS Oracle – Leading Steward Heron by John Critchley. Main Coolant Pump Heart Failure by Eric Thompson. NATO Submarine Rescue System by Jonty Powis . Low-sheen R&R by Patrick Middleton. A Day at Sea in Sanguine by Mark Ruddle. They Don’t Make Them Like That Any More by David Ottley. Pat Law Remembered by Dave Sullivan. Das Boot by Peter Christmas. OTC and My First Snorting Watch by John Critchley. Post Restante by Eric Thompson. Tectonic Plates by Michael Forder. Tectonic Plates by Michael Forder. The Engineer Saved my Life by Philip Marsden. The Engineer’s Drip by Chris Walker. Electronic Ship & Submarine Tours. The Loss of AE – an Appeal for Help by Tom Tribe.
EPSON MFP image2010-2011HMS Dreadnought. Mountbatten Asked my Opinion! by John Jocobsen. Richard Irwin’s Party Trick by Rob Forsyth. Bangkok Run-ashore 1 by Peter Christmas. Taciturn’s Return Chapter 2 by Toby Frere. Active Sonar Searching by David Forbes. Sundowners on Auriga (picture) . Bangkok Run-ashore 2 by Peter Christmas. Day Running from Blockhouse by Brian Needham. First Command by Gerry Paul. TTU and the Common Entrance Exam by Barrie Sadler. HMS Oracle – Chefs and Stewards by John Critchley. Longest Underwater Cribbage Game by Ian Whitehouse. Primus by Richard Sharpe. Mine…. or Mine? by Andrew Thomson. Recognition Test. Bangkok Run-ashore 3 by Peter Christmas. A Day in a Submarine by Betty Joan Glass. First Lieutenant’s Defaulters (by whom?). I Remember by Pete Davies. True Dits from the Museum, by Dave Sullivan. Keeping Your Nerve by Philip Marsden. Museum New Artefacts.
EPSON MFP image2009-2010A Night to Remember, by Nigel Buckley. The Ashes of Santa Fe, by Philip Marsden.
Boy Seamen, by Philip Marsden. The New Astute, by Cdr Andy Coles RN. Swiftsure First of Class Trials, by Dan Conley, Where No Breezes Blow, by Chris Walker. Valiant, by Nick Warne. The US/UK Agreement by Spam Hammersley. "Captain Coming below", by Peter Christmas. True Dit from the Museum, by Dave Sullivan. HMS Taciturn - Return Match, by Peter Hurford. In the Beginning was The Word, by Pat Herlihy. Aquanauting, by Mike Edmonds. Spanish Crabs, by Philip Marsden. Britain's Best-kept Secret - Chevaline, by Dick Glenister. The Courageous Exhibit, by MW Pitkeathly
EPSON MFP image2008-2009A Bizarre Incident, by Richard Channon. A Question of the Right Time, by Bob Read. A Small Training problem, by Rob Forsyth. Swiftsure Sea Trials, by David Chalmers. Memories of the Mediterranean (1962-1964), by Don Mitchell. Navigation in a Diesel Submarine in the 1960s, by Ted Gibson. A Bit of Technology Helps, from the Navy News. HMS Astute, by Nigel Buckley. Neighbours, by David Lund. The Battle of Portree, by Charles Rainer. Doves of War, by Eric Thompson. Submarine Life in the Post-war Forties, by Steve Jenner. The Cost of Living, by Steve Jenner . While Ships Sail Unawares, by Tim Honnor. Periscope Watch, by Pat Herlihy. Shades of Jutland, by Mike Hutchinson. Memories of Gordon Selby, by Dave Sullivan. Memories of Buckwheat Harris, by Chris Walker. HMS Taciturn – a T-Confusion Odyssey, by John Lea. The Courageous Exhibit, by MW Pitkeathly.
EPSON MFP image2007-2008More Memories of 'Crap' Miers by Cdr Jeremy Nash. The Submarine Memorial at Shotley by Richard Channon. Submarine Collisions I have Known by Mike Hutchinson. Up the Royals! by David Lund. How we got where we were needed in 1942 by Steve Jenner. What it was like as an RNVR Jimmy in 1944 by Steve Jenner. What happened to Porpoise? by Dennis Gunton. E Class Submarines. World War 11- the Japanese Surrender by Steve Jenner. My First Flimsy as a Qualified Submariner by Chris Walker. Tales from HMS Amphion by Terry Andrews. A Nuclear Blast by Chris Walker. 'Five Bells', by Major RC Clifford RM. HMS Aurochs 1960-1961 by 0liver Sharp. Floating Wire Aerials by Chris Wreford-Brown . The Courageous Exhibit by PK Pitkeathly.
EPSON MFP image2006-20072005 - The Tang of the Sea by Tony Whetstone. A Shared Celebration by Pat Driscoll. UK/US Submarine Liaison; 1955 to date by Don Mitchell. Not a Teddy Bear’s Picnic by John Belton-Perkin. Taking over from Crap by George Malcolmson. 6th S/M Squadron – Halifax – Reminiscences by John Speller. It Makes You Think by David Lund. Unpolished Periods - Anon. E Class Submarines. Submarine Roll Call, 2006 by Richard Sharpe. Anything For a Quiet Life by Jeol Blamey. Mine Clearance à la mode by Charles Rainer. The New First Lieutenant by Doug Littlejohns. Late Lunch Lament by Paddy O’Riordan. In Praise of our Comrades Aloft by Jeremy Nash. Some Mistake Surely by Alfie Roake. A Member Remembers II by Stephen Jenner. The Courageous Exhibit by PK Pitkeathly. Ed’s Farewell.
EPSON MFP image2005-2006The Hawkcraig Experiments by Brian Head. A Steamy Afternoon in Bangkok by Patrick Middleton. H Boats by Ian McGeogh. The Seraph Monument by Mike Henry. Scotsman by Julian Beauchamp. A Member Remembers by Steve Jenner. Bears in the Arctic by Dan Conley. D Class Submarines. Spring Cruise by Alfie Roake. Hot, Straight and Normal by Howard Mann. Taciturn's Transatlantic Snort Patrol 1947 by Patrick Driscoll. Auriga's Major OPDEF by Rob Forsyth.
EPSON MFP image2004-2005Perisher- A Special Relationship? by Stephen Mock, USN. The Lighter Side of Submarine Life by Oily Sharp. A Run Ashore in Campbeltown by Howard Man. Polar Bears by Jol Waterfield. Cold War Warrior by Alfie Roake. Bottoming Exercise by Richard Sharpe. Vice Admiral Sir John Roxburgh. D Class Submarines. HMAS AE1 and AE2 by Peter Smith. Obituary - Norman Hancock. Half-a-crown a Day by Pat Herlihy. The Charms of Duty Free by Patrick Driscoll. Sales Flight by James Pardoe.
EPSON MFP image2003-2004HMS P511 (ex USS 'R3') by Philip Gibbon. Dolphin Code by Toby Freer. RNVR by Ian Millard. Obituary by Sandy Woodward. Dreadnought's Covert Falklands Mission by Paul Hind. The Man Who Never Was by Charles Rainer. Late Runs Ashore by Tim Hale. Scotsman by Ian Jardine. Farewell Frolics by Mike Sizeland. The ABC of Submarines. A Family Coincidence by Terry Meadows. Rugby Wireless Station by John Belton-Perkins. Alliance – a Submarine Guide's View by Peter Game. Why I joined Submarines by John Speller.
EPSON MFP image2002-2003R.N Submarine Service Centennial Year by Tony Whetstone. Vladivostok by David Webb. Film Makers' Secrets by John Belton-Perkin. Always Join Your Ship at 0900 by Tim Honnor. The Perils of the Spare Crew by Bryan Smalley. The ABC of Submarines. The Falklands War, 1982 by Frank Grenier. H Boats by David Lane Fact and Fiction – Anon.
EPSON MFP image2001-2002When We Were Very Young by John Hervey. A Close Encounter by Jeremy Watson. Loosing Torpedoes in Loch Fyne by Don Mitchell. Thank Your Lucky Stars by Pardoe/Roxburgh. Holland Submarine Boats. Kursk by Richard Sharpe. Early Nuclear Escalation by Kipper. The British Submarines. "In My Last Submarine." by David Lund.
EPSON MFP image2000-2001Losing Torpedoes in Loch Long by Bryan Smalley. X-Craft Nature Training by Michael Groombridge. Double Crossed by David Lund. Pass the Marmalade - What Missile Crisis? by Toby Frere. 100 Years Ago by Chris Donnithorne. Practical COQCs by Ronnie Coates-Walker. Holland Submarine Boats. War Graves by Brian Head. Waiting on Her Majesty by John Moore
EPSON MFP image1999-2000Forgotten Flotilla by Alex Nicoll. Playing with Chemicals by John Spiller. Selected Gyro Angle Fire by Nigel Buckley. Special Operation by Captain RD Cairns. The Right of the Line by George Hayhoe. Dutch Courage by Michael St.John. Watch Reefing by Kipper Blockhouse - Hail and Farewell by Chris Donnithorne. More of Loch Long by Dick Sharp. The Sainte Marguerite by Barklie Lakin
EPSON MFP image1998-1999USS Grenadier by Dennis Gunton. 40 Years Back by Chris Bacon. Submarine Library by David Lund. To Set a Sprat by Keith Lintott. A Most Improbable Yarn by lames Pardoe. Capturing Hong Kong by Anthony Rowe. Torpedo Recovery Vessel by Cdr Bryan Smalley. Delivery to Turkey by Captain RD Cairns. A Mystery by Al Giordan. Tempting the Joss by Rear Admiral John Hervey.
EPSON MFP image1997-1998Reserve Officers in Submarines, 1914-1919 by Brian Head. More on the Ursula Suit by Barklie Lakin. Oxtail Soup by Cdr BA Needham RN. William Robert Waller by George Malcolmson. Forty Years On by 'Kipper'. A Mixed Career by Lindsay Pirie. A La Carte by Mike Badham. Anti-Submarine by Barklie Lakin. A Blind Eye by Michael St.John
EPSON MFP image1996Submarine Operations in the Far East in 1945 by WJR Gardner. The Story of the Ursula Suit by GGW Hayhoe. Poetry in Submarines by Fred Birchenough. Mediterranean Coming of Age by C.A.J. Nicholl.