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Commander Operations (Royal Navy)

The Commander Operations is a senior Royal Navy officer based at Northwood Headquarters who exercises operational command of all national maritime operations on behalf of the Fleet Commander.[1] The post was established in 1993 and is usually dual-hatted with the post of Rear-Admiral, Submarines.[2] The responsibilities of the post include the additional posts of Commander Task Force (CTF) 311 (UK attack submarines) and CTF 345 (UK nuclear missile submarines).[3][4][5]

Post-holders

Post-holders have included:[2]

References

  1. ^ Navy matters
  2. ^ a b Senior Royal Navy Appointments
  3. ^ Joining Britain's Royal Navy Undersea Warfare
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  5. ^ Britain's secret nuclear bunker: Buried 100ft down inside is the control room where the order to launch a strike would be given Daily Mail, 15 September 2012
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