RFA Argus has returned from Sierra Leone after a six month deployment to help combat the spread of Ebola. How many of these facts did you already know?
It was originally an Italian-built container ship called MV Contender Bezant before being requisitioned for service in the Falklands Conflict.
Its motto - Oculi Omnium (the eyes of all)
The ship was featured in the film 'World War Z' where it appeared as 'UN Command Ship USS Argus'
The ship was deliberately heavily built to prevent her being unstable during her conversion from a container ship.
The ship's namesake is HMS Argus, an aircraft carrier painted with 'dazzle' camouflage built during the First World War.
The ship acts as a floating hospital with state of the art medical facilities.
The Ship's deck is used for training aviators to prepare them for landing on the small decks of Frigates.
Its Commanding Officer is Captain David Eagles. He joined the Royal Fleet Auxiliary in 1988 and owns three Basset Hounds.
The ship's mission in Sierra Leone was to support three Merlin helicopters and a deployment of Royal Marines.
In 2012 she took a break from drug-busting in the Caribbean to help aid victims of Hurricaine Sandy in Jamaica.