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Prince Harry opens £30m Royal Navy centre in Plymouth

2 August 2013 Last updated at 18:21 BST

Prince Harry has officially opened a £30m amphibious "centre of excellence" for the Royal Navy in Plymouth.

The centre, at Devonport Naval Base, will be known as Royal Marines Tamar.

The buildings house landing craft and assault vessels as well as acting as a training base for the Royal Marines.

More than 300 military personnel will be trained for worldwide operations at the base.

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