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My first engagement as Defence Secretary was particularly apt – a commemorative service to mark Operation Relentless, fifty years of continuous at sea deterrent (CASD). It was appropriate because it’s a metaphor for the whole of our defence. So much of the “silent service” is hidden from view, like the boat itself, beneath the waves. The public will never know the ground-breaking technical innovation or about the years - in some case decades - spent underwater by service personnel in the course of their duty. 

While other areas of defence are less shrouded in secrecy than CASD, in every area, so much of what is done daily goes unseen. This is one of the privileges of being Defence Secretary....

My first engagement as Defence Secretary was particularly apt – a commemorative service to mark Operation Relentless, fifty years of continuous at sea deterrent (CASD). It was appropriate because it’s a metaphor for the whole of our defence. So much of the “silent service” is hidden from view, like the boat itself, beneath the waves. The public will never know the ground-breaking technical innovation or about the years - in some case decades - spent underwater by service personnel in the course of their duty. 

While other areas of defence are less shrouded in secrecy than CASD, in every area, so much of what is done daily goes unseen. This is one of the privileges of being Defence Secretary....

My first engagement as Defence Secretary was particularly apt – a commemorative service to mark Operation Relentless, fifty years of continuous at sea deterrent (CASD). It was appropriate because it’s a metaphor for the whole of our defence. So much of the “silent service” is hidden from view, like the boat itself, beneath the waves. The public will never know the ground-breaking technical innovation or about the years - in some case decades - spent underwater by service personnel in the course of their duty. 

While other areas of defence are less shrouded in secrecy than CASD, in every area, so much of what is done daily goes unseen. This is one of the privileges of being Defence Secretary....

My first engagement as Defence Secretary was particularly apt – a commemorative service to mark Operation Relentless, fifty years of continuous at sea deterrent (CASD). It was appropriate because it’s a metaphor for the whole of our defence. So much of the “silent service” is hidden from view, like the boat itself, beneath the waves. The public will never know the ground-breaking technical innovation or about the years - in some case decades - spent underwater by service personnel in the course of their duty. 

While other areas of defence are less shrouded in secrecy than CASD, in every area, so much of what is done daily goes unseen. This is one of the privileges of being Defence Secretary....