SLOPS has been operational since 2018.

SLOPS - THE PUSSERS STORE is a curation website dedicated to bringing to your attention a wide range of quality items related to the Royal Navy, Associated Military, Seafaring, Sailing, Nautical and Maritime interests.

We endeavour to show products created, crafted, produced or supplied by ex RN personal, including Booties, Wafu's, SBS, RFA, WRNS, Sun Dodgers, and from MoD licenced sources.

Navigation of this site is easy, 'click' on any of the headings in the menu above to be drafted to that department.

The arrow in the box, lower starboard side, will take you back to the top deck.

Below, you will find links to our Shipmate's sites so you can visit them during your next stand-easy.

 If you need to contact SLOPS, our email is in the bilges at the base of this page.




SLOPS - PUSSERS STORE is delighted to work closely with some outstanding people and organisations who provide unique products, historic preservation, and access to research information.


Our aim is to commemorate the history, achievement, and sacrifice of the Fleet Air Arm over more than a century and use it to inspire future generations. This is primarily through the medium of flying heritage aircraft at air shows and other events.

The ultimate intention is to build a complete collection representing British naval aviation from its inception in 1909 to the present day.

The aircraft are split between the Core Collection (owned and operated by Fly Navy Heritage Trust) and the Associate Collection (Owned and Operated by like-minded private individuals). This exciting flight already includes iconic associate aircraft such as the Bristol Scout, AVRO 504 and Skyraider and the Wessex, Sea King and Wasp helicopters alongside our own Fairey Swordfish (the last two flying examples in the world), Sea Fury’s, Chipmunk, Sea Hawk and Sea Vixen.

The Fly Navy Heritage Trust is the charity behind Navy Wings, working to preserve Britain’s great naval aviation heritage. It relies on public donations to support its work in maintaining, presenting, and flying an unrivalled collection of historic naval aircraft.

Visit Navy Wings HERE


The Royal Navy Research Archive is a virtual museum giving visitors access to a range of online materials related to the RN. Covering primarily the 20th Century, the Archive comprises of six web sites; five are dedicated sites covering a particular area of RN history while the main home page offers access to a large number of stand-alone articles, reminiscences, personal journals, potted biographies and individual unit histories.  The main site also contains an extensive number of resources to enable visitors to undertake their own research and apply for service records.

Browse The Royal Navy Research Archive site,  HERE




Thank you for your interest in the HMS Tiger Association.

If you are a former Shipmate, from any commission, we hope you will see how we are keeping in touch and enjoying our comradeship formed during our service, and making new friendships formed within the Association. If you are not already a member, why not JOIN US NOW?

If you are simply visiting our Website, welcome. If you are looking for former Shipmates, visit our Members Page where a current list of Members is shown.

Please feel free to visit our History page to see what our ship has been part of during our commissions, and throughout many years prior to the ship we served on.

Visit the HMS Tiger Association HERE


The HMS Courageous Association, originally known as The HMS Courageous Society, (the name having been changed by a member's vote at the 2010 reunion in Plymouth), The Association has been in existence for 22 years

Founded in 2000 by Chas Cooke in a moment of madness, and a desire to try and have the leaving do he was denied due to a pierhead jump in 1978, a search for old crew members willing to meet in a pub and have a beer rather got out of hand.

Rather than the 5 or 6 mates he intended to seek out, and who were willing to have a good evening session in a bar somewhere, it became apparent there were so many more who wanted to meet old friends and crew mates.

At the inaugural reunion at the Britannia Hotel, New Street in Birmingham, in 2001, 146 men shared a weekend of memories while doing their best, and but for about half a barrel, succeeding in drinking the hotel dry.

Visit the HMS Courageous Association HERE



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Enquiries regarding SLOPS - THE PUSSERS STORE should be made using the above contact form or by using this email Slops@mail.com