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The Design and Construction of the 'FAB'

The ‘FAB’ is a self-contained floating barracks for the Falklands garrison, built as a multimillion pound all-British turnkey package. The FAB was designed, constructed and fully commissioned in the UK and then transported to the Falklands as deck cargo on a heavy-lift vessel. R.T. Walker and A.T.H. Swinney