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Salute to Youth Training

      3/26/1999

18 March 1999, Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London The second awards ceremony hosted in honour of those companies and establishments who have supported and educated bright young people. Three hundred industry representatives will gather in the magnificent Royal Naval College for this Industry Salute to Youth and Training.
A charitable donation will be made to the Seafarers' Foundation.

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