upi.com 03 Feb, 2017
Britain is building a new submarine training school at the Royal Navy base on the Clyde River in Scotland. The facility has been approved by the Treasury and an initial $4.3 million allocated for it. Final design approval for the training school is expected soon, which will allow work to begin later this year. The new facility will provide academic and technical training for all Royal Naval personnel entering the submarine service from 2022.