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Andrew Mackinlay: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what assessment he has made of the correspondence between the Curator of the Royal Irish Fusiliers Regimental Museum, Armagh, dated 1 February 2008 and the Director of the National Army Museum on the National Army Museum's policies on co-operation with Regimental and Corps Museums seeking access to its archives; and if he will make a statement. 
Dr. Julian Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what increases there have been in the planned capability of Type 45 destroyers since the stating of an intention to order (a) up to 12 and (b) eight such vessels. 
Mr. Bob Ainsworth: The Type 45 Air Defence destroyer is planned to operate with the Co-operative Engagement Capability system which greatly enhances the ship's maritime air defence capability. In the light of this improved networked capability, reduced conventional threat and our revised concurrency assumptions, we assessed that we would need fewer of these platforms.
Dr. Fox: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many times Royal Navy (a) destroyers, (b) frigates, (c) submarines, (d) mine countermeasure vessels, (e) patrol vessels, (f) amphibious assault vessels and (g) Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels underwent the Storob process (i) in each year since 2003 and (ii) in each month since January 2005. 
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