London Gazette

 

Angels To The Rescue

October 20, 1906 ·

A detachment of Her Majesty’s Angel Corps, is on its way to Asia to protect vessels travelling along the trade routes, after several ships were hijacked by pirates operating in the area.

The all female regiment is believed to have sent some of its finest officers to the region, in the hope that they will not only secure safe passage for other ships, but also win back goods and vessels seized by the pirates.

A spokesperson for the regiment said they were “looking forward to the challenge, and they’re the best team for the job”. It isn’t known where exactly they intend to patrol, but with several fast ships in the flotilla, they are capable of reacting quickly to incidents across a wide area.

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