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Bond actor named Craig as honorary captain

Bond actor named Craig as honorary captain

Just in time for the start of the new James Bond movie, 007 actor Daniel Craig, 53, gets along with the movie’s character. The Royal Navy appointed the actor a commander, albeit at the expense of his honour. “Daniel Craig has been known as Commander Bond for 15 years,” Navy Chief Tony Radakin said Thursday. He is a naval officer protecting Britain on missions around the world.

The Royal Navy does this job every day, Radakin said, “using technology and skill like Bond.” Craig was honored. The actor said he wanted to advocate for employees, especially for families.

The Royal Navy and the Ministry of Defense have supported the film team in the shooting of the new Bond movie ‘No Time to Die’, which will celebrate its world premiere in London on September 28. HMS Dragon can be seen in a trailer. It was also filmed at Breeze Norton Air Force Base near Oxford.

Craig also met a true Navy SEAL. Lieutenant Commander Francis Bond said: “There are some strange parallels between what we do. I was fortunate enough to travel the world while serving in the Royal Navy, as did the cast in their positions.” “But I never thought that I would one day meet the actor who played him.”

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