The Naval School Sensha-Do Team, a.k.a. the Puisíni (the kittens), is the Sensha-Do Team of the Naval School in Wembury. It was founded in 2016 by Tank Sport Enthusiasts and was adopted by the School for Sensha-Do. It is a joint team of the Officer Training Course, the Cadet Cadre and the Civilian Section.

The Team is specialized in Cold War Era Armoured Vehicles and has a number of vehicles from that time both in the starting grid and in reserve, including a squadron's worth of Mealltach Reconnaissance Tanks.


In the summer of 2018, the Team visited the Imperial and Royal Monarchy for a student exchange. With them, they had a small vehicle fleet of historical vehicles of the SDF-Army and the SDF-Navy (see: Past Equipment of the SDF-Army).

In June 2019, they were part of the exhibits of the 2019 Iris Boarding School Complex Sensha-Do Convention. They, with the official order from the leadership of the Naval School, honoured both Commander Arvid Damgaard and Cadet Jana Hagedorn, guests from Lillorainen.

During the 2019 Launceston Harvest Festival, the Puisíni had a small detachment for a demonstration match against the Binn Boarding School Complex Sensha-Do Team in the city. Led by Fiona Bláth of the Tribe of Wexford, it was composed of five vehicles, three Faolchú Armoured Personnel Carriers and two Crogall Amphibious Armoured Vehicles.

Current Starting Grid

I. Squadron - Raicleabán-Squadron


From left: Gwen Seadadh of the Tribe of Monaghan, Fiona Bláth of the Tribe of Wexford and Kayla Urchair of the Tribe of Sligo during a short holiday on the Archipelago.


The crew of Raicleabán-Ceathair, from left, Aife Dáimh of the Tribe of Galway, Juna Dáimh of the Tribe of Galway and Nolwenn Lagrogha of the Tribe of Dundalk.

II. Squadron - Realincse-Squadron


The crew of Realincse-Aon, from left: Siana Socair of the Tribe of Fingal, Liv Raicleach of the Tribe of Antrim and Lesley Mealbhacán of the Tribe of Wicklow.

III. Squadron - Sealsaill-Squadron


The crew of Sealsaill-Aon, from left: Nolwenn Buachaill of the Tribe of Louth, Ava Neamhréir of the Tribe of Antrim, Lyra Bruth of the Tribe of Fingal and Mairin Triarach of the Tribe of Galway.

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