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  • ...Naval Education]] (Captain [[Charles John Briggs|Briggs]] being associated with the Council) to consider the question of the Course of Study of the Senior ...h the assistance of Marines a tour in two parts was planned in conjunction with officers from the British Army Staff College, Camberley involving a reconna
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  • ...endergast Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 242.</ref>|succBy=Merged with [[Admiral Commanding, Orkneys and Shetlands|Orkneys and Shetlands]]}} [[Category:Pages with Offices]]
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  • ...uary, 1869]], the First Naval Lord was granted a salary of £1,000 a year, with allowances and a house, or £1,200 a year, without a house. His duties wer ...nd Naval Lord, and to remove the Controller from the Board. In accordance with the provisions of the [[Order in Council of 19 March, 1872]], the First Nav
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  • ...George Willes succeeded Seymour and was appointed as "Chief of the Staff," with the same pay as the Junior Naval Lord, and the task of superintending the C ...s.<br>Chief and other Warrant Officers.<br>And General Questions connected with the Staff the above.
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  • ...which required the full attention of one man, but appoint me as additional with my duties entirely confined to Staff work, and that an officer should be ap ...First Sea Lord was only agreed to by me as the result of my conversations with Beatty and Madden. The idea emanated from Sir Eric Geddes who saw in the a
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  • ...r the [[Order in Council of 19 March, 1872]], which succeeded it he, along with the First Naval Lord and [[Second Sea Lord|Second Naval Lord]], was "to be ...ty's Navy, and with the movement and condition of Your Majesty's Fleet and with the "Personnel" of that Fleet, as shall be assigned to them or each of them
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  • ...rd Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Matériel'''. The Controllership was merged with Third Sea Lord in 1918, once more becoming '''Third Sea Lord and Controller ...rd Sea Lord and Controller of the Navy was changed to '''Third Sea Lord''' with effect from 12 June, 1912.<ref>Order in Council of 19 July, 1912.</ref> In
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  • ...irable that a Sea Lord should be added to the Board for business connected with the Naval Air Services, and to represent the Admiralty on the Air Board.<br [[Category:Pages with Offices]]
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  • ...[Sheerness Royal Dockyard]], part of the [[Nore Command]], on the Medway. With [[Portsmouth Royal Dockyard|Portsmouth]] and [[Devonport Royal Dockyard|Ply [[Category:Pages with Offices]]
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  • ...ormulation and implementation of policies and programs that are consistent with the national security policies and objectives established by the President [[Category:Pages with Offices]]
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  • .../42. p. 319.</ref> The duties of the Deputy Chief of Naval Staff, shared with the First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff and the [[Assistant Chief of Na | 1. Relieve the C.N.S. of all routine matters dealt with by sections under his immediate direction.
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  • ...an Fleet, at the end of April and the beginning of August, and once a year with the Channel Fleet in February. ...h from the three ocean-going fleets (Channel, Atlantic and Mediterranean), with the rest of its fighting ability relying on the [[Nucleus-crew System]] ins
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  • ...Germans when war began in 1914. For a very brief period in 1919, warships with nucleus crews formed part of a Home Fleet. In 1932 the chief command, the ...arrangements, service in the Coast Guard ships was increased to two years, with not more than a quarter of the crew rotated every six months, to help preve
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