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Nore Station
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Type Military Command
Preceding Office of the Keeper of the Kings Ships
Country Kingdom of England
Founded 1294
Abolished 1414
Headquarters Yarmouth, England
Commander Commander-in-Chef, the Nore
Deputy Commander Chief of Staff, the Nore
Role Naval Administration & Operation
Affiliations Navy
Parent command Armed Forces of England
Sub-command Admiralties of the Coast
Succeeding Admiralty of England

Example History section

On 1 May, 1912 de Robeck hoisted his flag in the St. George at Harwich upon taking command of the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Destroyer Flotillas, formerly the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Flotillas of the Third and Fourth Divisions of the Home Fleet.[1] It was publicly announced on 16 April that the office of the Admiral of Patrols would be at the Admiralty.

In the words of de Robeck's assistant, Captain (later Admiral Sir) Walter H. Cowan: We had an old Cruiser for Flagship[,] 'St. George' … but we were very seldom in her except when John de Robeck wanted to give a dinner-party. We soon learnt to combine business with pleasure - we were both very fond of playing golf and hunting the FOX.

Flotillas of the Third and Fourth Divisions of the Home Fleet.[1] It was publicly announced on 16 April that the office of the Admiral of Patrols would be at the Admiralty.

In the words of de Robeck's assistant, Captain (later Admiral Sir) Walter H. Cowan: We had an old Cruiser for Flagship[,] 'St. George' … but we were very seldom in her except when John de Robeck wanted to give a dinner-party. We soon learnt to combine business with pleasure - we were both very fond of playing golf and hunting the FOX.

Office holder or commander of this command

Admiral of Minesweeping
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since example
department example
member_of 1294
reports_to 1414
nominator Yarmouth, England
appointer Subject to formal approval by the [[King-in-Council]
termlength Not fixed , (usually for life)
inaugural Navy
formation Admiralties of the Coast

List of Appointees

  1. Rear-Admiral Edward F. B. Charlton, 4 September, 1914[1] – December, 1915
  2. Rear-Admiral Edward S. Fitzherbert, 6 December, 1915[3] – 30 April, 1918

Sub-commands or components

Unit 1 Name Dates
Unit 2 Northern and Western Command example
Unit 3 Kingdom of Great Britain example
Unit 4 1549 example
Unit 5 1688 example
Unit 6 Dover, Ramsgate, England example
Unit 7 Admiral of the Narrow Seas example
Unit 8 Rear-Admiral of the Narrow Seas example
Unit 9 Naval Administration & Operations example
Unit 10 Narrow Seas Squadron example
Unit 11 department-of-admiralty example
Unit 12 Nore Station example

References

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