Image ID 2HY03R5 HMS Queen Elizabeth passing Gourock en route to Glenmallan on Loch Long 140322 CREDIT MARCO MCGINTY, ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
HMS Queen Elizabeth made only her second visit to the Firth of Clyde this month during her training in Scotland (Picture: Marco McGinty/Alamy Stock Photo).
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View from the flight deck as HMS Queen Elizabeth gives glimpse into recent training

The Royal Navy fleet flagship's recent training has included carrying out vertical replenishments and helicopter in-flight refuelling.

Image ID 2HY03R5 HMS Queen Elizabeth passing Gourock en route to Glenmallan on Loch Long 140322 CREDIT MARCO MCGINTY, ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
HMS Queen Elizabeth made only her second visit to the Firth of Clyde this month during her training in Scotland (Picture: Marco McGinty/Alamy Stock Photo).

HMS Queen Elizabeth has shared a glimpse into her recent flight deck training.

The Royal Navy aircraft carrier has shared videos over the weekend showing personnel carrying out vertical replenishments and helicopter in-flight refuelling.

The Queen Elizabeth-class vessel said farewell to Scotland last week after training there.

HMS Queen Elizabeth set sail from Portsmouth earlier this month.

The Royal Navy fleet flagship returned from the Carrier Strike Group 21 (CSG21) mission, her maiden deployment, in December.

In February, the aircraft carrier hosted her first on-board boxing show with Armed Forces competitors.