Hood Locomotive Engines
At least two trains are known to have been named in honour of the Mighty Hood. Click on the photo above to learn more about these giants and the groups that preserve/remember them.
St. Austell, Sea Cadet Corps
The Sea Cadets Corps has a unit in St Austell, Cornwall. The unit was formerly named for Hood. Our Association has traditionally maintains close ties with the unit and even sponsors their annual "Richard Doolin Award" for most improved cadet. Click on the image to the left to learn more.
Battlecruiser HMS Hood Southeast London Memorial Group
This group, based at the Bellingham Ex-Servicemen's Club, is composed of people who have a sincere interest in remembering the men lost in Hood. They work very closely with the H.M.S. Hood Association. Click on the image to the right to learn more.
Training Ship "Hood," Nautical Training Corps
Training Ship Hood of Bromley, London, is part of the Nautical Training Corps. Click on the image to the left to learn more about this group.
#314 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps "Hood"
#314 RCSCC "Hood" of Coboconk, Ontario, Canada is part of Canada's Sea Cadet Program. Click on the image to the right to learn more about them.