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1977 The [[Admiralty]] formed the Admiralty Marine Technology Establishment (AMTE) as part of the second stage of a rationalisation programme for the Ministry of Defence's Research and Development Establishments.
 
1977 The [[Admiralty]] formed the Admiralty Marine Technology Establishment (AMTE) as part of the second stage of a rationalisation programme for the Ministry of Defence's Research and Development Establishments.
  
AMTE was formed by the integration of the [[Admiralty Experiment Works]] (AEW), the [[Admiralty Materials Laboratory]] (AML), the [[Admiralty Research Laboratory]] (ARL), the [[Central Dockyard Laboratory]] (CDL), the [[Naval Construction Research Establishment]] (NCRE), and the [[Royal Naval Physiological Laboratory]] (RNPL), along with their various outstations, and also the Admiralty Experimental Diving Unit at ''HMS Vernon''.
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AMTE was formed by the integration of the [[Admiralty Experiment Works]] (AEW), the [[Admiralty Materials Laboratory]] (AML), the [[Admiralty Research Laboratory]] (ARL), the [[Central Dockyard Laboratory]] (CDL), the [[Naval Construction Research Establishment]] (NCRE), and the [[Royal Naval Physiological Laboratory]] (RNPL), along with their various outstations, and also the Admiralty Experimental Diving Unit at [[HMS Vernon]].
  
 
1984 AMTE became part of the [[Admiralty Research Establishment]] (ARE).
 
1984 AMTE became part of the [[Admiralty Research Establishment]] (ARE).

Latest revision as of 20:48, 5 December 2017

1977 The Admiralty formed the Admiralty Marine Technology Establishment (AMTE) as part of the second stage of a rationalisation programme for the Ministry of Defence's Research and Development Establishments.

AMTE was formed by the integration of the Admiralty Experiment Works (AEW), the Admiralty Materials Laboratory (AML), the Admiralty Research Laboratory (ARL), the Central Dockyard Laboratory (CDL), the Naval Construction Research Establishment (NCRE), and the Royal Naval Physiological Laboratory (RNPL), along with their various outstations, and also the Admiralty Experimental Diving Unit at HMS Vernon.

1984 AMTE became part of the Admiralty Research Establishment (ARE).

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