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Post Unique Reference Name Grade (or equivalent) Job Title Job/Team Function Parent Department Organisation Unit Contact Phone Contact E-mail Reports to Senior Post Salary Cost of Reports (£) FTE Actual Pay Floor (£) Actual Pay Ceiling (£) Professional/Occupational Group Notes Valid?
1105340 Adm Sir George Zambellas KCB DSC ADC OF-9 First Sea Lord (1SL) / Chief of Naval Staff The Royal Navy's professional head and Chairman of the Navy Board. He is responsible to the Secretary of State for the fighting effectiveness, efficiency and morale of the Naval Service, and as a member of the Defence Council supports the Secretary of State in the management and direction of the Armed Forces through prerogative and statutory powers. As a member of the Armed Forces Committee, he contributes to CDS' formulation of military strategic advice, and advice to Defence Board decisions on departmental strategy andhigh level requirements as they relate to the Naval Service. He is also the Top Level Budget holder for the Navy Command, being accountable for delivering agreed outputs within the delegated budgets. He thus holds both Single-Service Executive Committee and Departmental responsibilities. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK xx 1011991490 1 165000 169999 1
1121797 Vice Admiral Philip Jones CB OF-8 Fleet Commander / Deputy Chief of Naval Staff (DCNS) The Fleet Commander has full command of all deployable Fleet units including the Royal Marines. He is responsible for providing ships, submarines, aircraft and Royal Marine units ready in all respects for any operations that the UK Government requires. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1105340 0 1 125000 129999 1
1121821 Vice Admiral David Steel CBE OF-8 Chief of Naval Personnel and Training (CNP&T) / Second Sea Lord (2SL) The Chief of Naval Personnel and Training and Second Sea Lord (CNPT/2SL) is the Principal Personnel Officer (PPO) for the Naval Service. He has direct responsibility to 1SL/CNS for acting as the personnel champion for all Naval Service personnel wherever they are serving, regardless of which TLB or other organisation employs them. As the PPO he develops Royal Navy policies and influences Defence-wide policies that enable the Royal Navy to be populated by sufficient, capable and motivated personnel now and in the future. He is responsible for the non-deployable Fleet organisations and infrastructure covering such areas as training establishments and their personnel, Reserves in the UK and recruiting personnel and offices. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1105340 0 1 125000 129999 1
155423 N/D SCS2 Director Resources (D Res) The Director Resources works directly to 1SL as the TLB Holder, supporting the Fleet Commander, 2SL and fellow colleagues in the delivery of their responsibilities. As Navy Command TLB Senior Finance Officer, Civilian Workforce Advisor and Senior Political Advisor, the Director Resources helps enable and empower the Naval Service to contribute to the delivery of Government objectives, whilst remaining within the bounds of legal, political, financial and regulatory authorities. DRes is a member of the Navy Board. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121797 0 1 90000 94999 1
1105390 RAdm M Parr OF-7 Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (Policy) On behalf of the First Sea Lord and through the Admiralty and Navy Boards, ACNS (Pol) is responsible for the direction and development of strategic policy and strategy for the Royal Navy and for providing high level guidance and prioritisation to the single Naval Staff for the delivery of the Service's military outputs both now and into the future. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1105340 0 1 105000 109999 1
1079272 RAdm RK Tarrant OF-7 Commander UK Maritime Forces (COMUKMARFOR) COMUKMARFOR is the Royal Navy’s 2* formation level commander, providing a rapidly deployable maritime, amphibious, joint, coalition or national contingent headquarters staff and is also responsible for generating the RN’s 2 x 1* deployable commanders (COMUKTG and DCMF) and their staff.  COMUKMARFOR is currently commanding the European Union’s Naval counter piracy mission (Operation ATALANTA) Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121797 0 1 105000 109999 1
1082197 Major General Ed Davis CBE OF-7 Commander UK Amphibious Forces (COMUKAMPHIBFOR) / Commandant General Royal Marines (CGRM) Commander of the UK Amphibious Forces (CAF) is a rapidly deployable amphibious land, maritime, joint or national contingent headquarters staff which is currently the RN's standing 2* contingency formation headquarters. Commandant General Royal Marines (CGRM) is the head of service for over 6800 Royal Marines and is responsible for all regimental and representational matters. CGRM is also a member of the Navy Board. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121797 0 1 105000 109999 1
1123122 Rear Admiral Ian Corder MA OF-7 Commander Maritime Operations (COMOPS) Commander Operations (COMOPS) has three broad areas of responsibility; On behalf of the FLEET Commander he exercises operational command over all operational Fleet units worldwide, including Royal Marines, outside the PJHQ JOA. In addition, he is Rear Admiral Submarines and 'Tribal Chief' of the submarine service. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121797 0 1 105000 109999 1
1125222 Rear Admiral R G Harding OBE OF-7 Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Aviation & Carriers) ACNS(A&C) is responsible for delivering aviation Force Elements at Readiness in accordance with the RN plan and arising, contingent events. This includes all RN fixed and rotary wing assets, the two Naval Air Stations and the generation of aircraft carriers and carrier capability. He is the lead, on behalf of the Fleet Commander, for the development of the future Carrier Strike capability. As the Navy’s Aviation Operating Duty Holder, he is personally, legally accountable for the safe execution of maritime aviation. ACNS(A&C) is also Rear Admiral Fleet Air Arm in which role, as a Head of a Naval Fighting Arm, he is responsible for the professional effectiveness, ethos and spirit of all Fleet Air Arm personnel. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121797 0 1 105000 109999 1
1119941 Rear Admiral Duncan Potts OF-7 Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Capability) ACNS (CAP) is the Chairman of the Maritime Capability Board and is responsible for Planning and Delivery of the majority of future Maritime capabilities delegated by Head Office to the First Sea Lord. In this role he works closely with Director Resources, ACNS (Support), ACNS (Aviation and Carriers) and Head Office Director of Strategic Projects to deliver a Command Plan that meets the endorsed Defence Final Outputs, balancing the need to invest in existing capabilities with a longer term capital investment programme ensuring the Royal Navy evolves to meet the future operating environment. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121797 0 1 105000 109999 1
1116716 Rear Admiral Jonathan Woodcock OBE OF-7 Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Personnel) (ACNS PERS) / Naval Secretary (NAVSEC) ACNS(Pers)/NAVSEC is responsible for the sustainable delivery of sufficient, capable and motivated personnel to the Naval Service in support of Defence Outcomes. The Personnel Division numbers 800 and the Admiral is responsible for all aspects (non-operational) of Personnel within the Naval Service. As Naval Secretary he works with the First Sea Lord to manage the Flag and General Officers Plot. He is also Chief Naval Logistics Officer as Head of the Logistics Branch of the Naval Service. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121821 0 1 105000 109999 1
1129143 CJ Hockley MSc OF-7 FORF/FOSNNI/FORes FOSNNI acts as the senior Royal Navy Representative within Scotland and Northern Ireland and has close liaison with the Scottish government and NI Assembly on Naval issues pertaining to Scotland and Northern Ireland.  FOSNNI also directs the RN Presence across the UK through the Naval Regional Commanders, Commander Maritime Reserves, Captain Naval Recruiting and RN Youth and Cadets Organisation providing civilian engagement and representation to improve visibility of the RN.  Achieving recruiting targets and Reserves OC and providing an effective contribution to awareness. FOSNNI formulates the RN contribution at national and international events on behalf of 1SL. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121821 0 1 105000 109999 1
1083930 Rear Admiral Ben J Key OF-7 Flag Officer Sea Training and Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Training) (FOST and ACNST) FOST commands the Training for the RN under the FOST and ACNST Role. This comprises all Naval Training including, for individuals: initial generic Naval Training for Officers and Ratings; initial Career/Professional training prior to employment; career continuation and promotion training and Theatre-specific training. For ships and submarines; collective training at all levels comprising Tier 1 (initial capability training); Tier 2 (applied training for specific roles) and national task group training through Exercise JOINT WARRIOR twice per year. Additionally FOST supports 1SL's Influence Strategy through Strategic Leaders Engagement Initiative. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121821 0 1 105000 109999 1
1370293 The Reverend Scott J Brown QHC BD OF-7 Chaplain of the Fleet The Chaplain of the Fleet is responsible to the First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff (1SL/CNS) for the provision of a Naval Chaplaincy Service (NCS). In this role he ensures that the spiritual and pastoral needs of all Service personnel, including those of the main World Faiths and those of none, are met. He is responsible for enhancing the Moral Component of Operational Capability through the delivery of sufficient, capable and motivated Chaplains. The Chaplain of the Fleet is also charged with meeting the spiritual and pastoral needs of all Naval personnel and their families and by working strategically and collaboratively with other caring agencies, both internal and external, to enhance the readiness and resilience of our people and their families. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121821 0 1 105000 109999 1
157333 N/D SCS1 Communications & Secretariat To deliver for the Naval Service the Department of State function of accountability to Parliament and public, with the overall objective of managing and improving the reputation of the Naval Servive internally and externally whilst ensuring appropriate presentation to Ministers and Senior Officials. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 155423 0 1 70000 74999 1
1105593 N/D OF-6 Commodore Naval Staff To lead the Naval Staff Directorate in providing support to 1SL, ACNS and the Navy Board; including the development of strategy and policy, and the delivery of strategic level engagement across defence, internationally, and with the wider maritime community for the Royal Navy. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1105390 0 1 95000 99999 1
1485456 N/D OF-6 Commander UK Task Group (COMUKTG) COMUKTG is the high readiness 1* Commander for the Responsive Force Task Group (RFTG), the RN's deployable scaleable maritime task group. His mission is to command assigned joint, National, NATO, EU and coalition forces in order to conduct maritime amphibious operations and exercises. In addition to his RFTG responsibilities, he remains the national Commander Amphibious Task Force and the Commander of the UK/NL Amphibious Group. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1079272 0 1 95000 99999 1
1086257 N/D OF-6 Commander Portsmouth Flotilla (COMPORFLOT) Navy Command HQ's representative on the Waterfront in Portsmouth. Responsible for promoting operational capability through provision of clear guidance, leadership and support to the Portsmouth flotilla and diving squadrons and to provide local engineering assurance to all Portsmouth-based units. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1123122 0 1 95000 99999 1
1086570 N/D OF-6 Commander Devonport Flotilla (COMDEVFLOT) and Deputy Rear Admiral Submarines As Navy Command HQ's representative on the Waterfront in Devonport, COMDEVFLOT is tasked to optimise and assure the Force Generation and operational capability of all units within the Devonport Flotilla as well as act as their Administrative authority. Flotilla staff comprises approximately 50 staff who support the Flotilla through sea riding units, conducting alongside visits and representing unit issues to NCHQ, DES and other organisations. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1123122 0 1 95000 99999 1
1591647 N/D OF-6 Commander Faslane Flotilla (COMFASFLOT) Command of the Faslane Flotilla which consists of submarines, 4 VANGUARD Class SSBNs (providing the UK National deterrent), 1 ASTUTE Class SSN (currently 3 more being built in Barrow), 7 Mine Countermeasures Vessels of the First MCM Squadron and 2 Patrol Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1123122 0 1 95000 99999 1
1127695 N/D OF-6 Commander, 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines Command 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines on Operations and in peacetime (including force development and generation). Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1121797 0 1 95000 99999 1
1120354 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Carrier Strike and Aviation (ACOS CSAV) The Carrier Strike and Aviation Division is responsible for developing integrated and cost-efffective aviation capability that complements and enhances other single-service, Joint and multi-national capabilities to deliver war-winning effect. The Division is responsible for the legally mandated assurance of all RN aviation units with ACNS (A&C) holding the position of Aircraft Operating Authority for the RN. ACOS (CSAV) is also CDRE FAA within the Fighting Arm. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1125222 0 1 95000 99999 1
1105835 N/D OF-6 Commanding Officer Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton Command the Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton (HMS HERON). HMS HERON is a diverse and complex Air Station and the host to some 4300 Service and Civilian personnel and over 100 operational aircraft. HERON's mission is to deliver trained and capable Squadrons and Flights and to provide Aviation Support to enable operational success. HERON'S primary operational outputs are the Maritime Lynx Helicopter Force and the Commando Helicopter Force. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1125222 0 1 95000 99999 1
1623854 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Warfare (ACOS W) To coordinate the cross cutting issues regarding the integration and development of the capability, tactics and procedures to make sure that the war fighting edge of the Royal Navy is sustained. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1119941 0 1 95000 99999 1
155095 N/D SCS1 Commodore RFA and Assistant Chief of Staff Afloat Support (ACOS AFSUP) Head of Service of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA), responsible for recruitment and management of 2000 RFA employees, and management of thirteen ships. Head of the MOD Maritime Specialist Service and senior MOD shipping SME. Responsible for maritime opera Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1119941 0 1 85000 89999 1
1128229 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Logistics and Infrastruscture (ACOS Logs & Infra) ACOS Logistics key role is to manage the current and articulate the future logistic sustainability requirement for the maritime environment including RN, RM and RFA. He is the 1-star lead on behalf of the Navy Board for both the Logistics and Infrastructure lines of development working within the Capability Division of the Navy Command HQ. He is directly responsible for the logistic aspects of maritime and amphibious deployment, sustainment and recovery, he provides assurance across Defence through FE&R and FE&S, he sets maritime logistic doctrine, policy, standards and practices and ensures that new maritime capabilities and platforms meet Defence's sustainability requirement with effective support solutions. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1119941 0 1 95000 99999 1
1618032 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Land and Littoral Manoeuvre and Deputy Commandant General Royal Marines (ACOS LLM/DCGRM) Manage the development and delivery of Land and Littoral Manoeuvre capability with the Navy Command Headquarters, supporting the MOD in capability management. Act as deputy to Commandant General Royal Marines, responsible for Corps standards, ethos, tradition, ceremonial, charities/funds, events and supporting matters. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1119941 0 1 95000 99999 1
1444905 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Surface Ships and Submarines (ACOS SSM) ACOS SSM is respsonsible for capability development of Frigates, Destroyers, MPH and Submarines. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1119941 0 1 95000 99999 1
1121376 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Information Systems (ACOS IS) The C4ISTAR sub-division comprises two Capability Integration Groups (C4&ISTAR) and an Information Service Support team that together ensure appropriate C4ISTAR policy, strategy and capability is provided to RN units afloat and ashore and to the Maritime Component Commander staff elements within current and future single Service and Jouint operations. Within the MOD Unified Customer construct, this division represents the views of the Maritime User within the through life capability management processes that shape UK MOD C4ISTAR capabilities. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1119941 0 1 95000 99999 1
1121945 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Resources and Plans (ACOS RP) To support the Director Resources in enabling and empowering the Naval Service to contribute to the delivery of Government Defence objectives whilst remaining within the bounds of legal, political, financial and regulatory authorities. To act as the Head of the Portfolio Office (Portfolio Manager) within NCHQ, coordinating effective and efficient Portfolio management practices and provide support to the Portfolio Director and 3* NCOB. To act as the Head to deliver to 1SL a programme for the Planning Round which enables Defence Final Outputs to be met, matched to available resources. To match the output of the RN to available resource in both a Planning Round and In-Year context. To implement and manage an affordable JBA between NC and DE&S. To work with the Naval Staff in London to maintain a strategy for the long term future of the RN. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 155423 0 1 95000 99999 1
1126447 N/D OF-6 Commodore Naval Personnel Strategy (CNPS) The Commodore Naval Personnel Strategy (CNPS) is responsible for the development, coordination and application of force generation and force development manpower strategies and policies; their management across the Naval Service and their coherence with defence manpower strategies. These functions are delivered through 5 Divisions responsible for the development and implementation of Single Service Policy: Personnel Policy, Future Personnel, Personnel Planning, Personnel Pay and Allowances, and Job Evaluation Judge. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1116716 0 1 95000 99999 1
1396823 N/D OF-6 Commodore Naval Personnel Sustained, responsive delivery of sufficient, suitably trained, appropriately promoted, well motivated RN, RM, RFA and Reserves to meet the Defence manning requirements, including short notice augmentation and replacement needs, as well as managing the preparation of individuals for Operations and administering the Recovery Pathway of casualties and the medically downgraded. It provides Full Command support to Naval Service people through Specialist, Welfare, Terms of Service administration, career management, managing Disclosure and directing Physical Training and executive health programmes, including running of two Tri-Service Adventurous Training Units. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1116716 0 1 95000 99999 1
1396167 N/D OF-6 Naval Assistant (NA) The Naval Assistant is responsible for Career Managing a 'plot' which consists of all 1* Officers, Captains RN and Colonels RM; this involves interaction with around 365 senior officers. He is tasked to represent the views of his plot on the assigning process and any other issues as appropriate to the Naval Secretary and First Sea Lord. He also acts as the adviser to the OF5 Sea Appointments Selection Board (SASB), for sea, air and major OC related shore commands and the Military Command Board (MCB) for Colonels RM. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1116716 0 1 95000 99999 1
1125974 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Medical (ACOS MED) / Head of the Royal Naval Medical Service (Hd RNMS) To ensure the timely delivery of properly equipped, suitably trained and experienced personnel in order to provide the medical component of Royal Navy operational capability both for current and future force requirements. To develop single Service healthcare policy, advice and operational planning input. To ensure provision of primary healthcare for Naval personnel within the UK Firm Base. To provide governance and assurance of all RN healthcare delivery units, ashore and afloat. To act as the professional Head of the Royal Naval Medical Service. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1116716 0 1 95000 99999 1
1716806 N/D OF-6 Commodore Naval Legal Services Commodore Naval Legal Services is responsible, as the Royal Navy's senior lawyer, for the development, coordination and organisation of legal services within the Royal Navy to ensure the provision of timely, accurate and appropriate legal advice. CNLS's core tasks are: the strategic direction of the legal sub-specialisation; legal advice and input to the development of single and tri-service policy; support to current operations and exercises through the provision of deployable legal advisors; legal advice to individual service personnel; and the oversight and quality assurance validation of training of RN personnel in the law. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1116716 0 1 95000 99999 1
1639793 N/D OF-6 Deputy Flag Officer Sea Training and Assistant Chief of Staff Training (DFOST and ACOS Training) As Flag Officer Sea Training's Chief of Staff Training be the Navy Command Headquarter 1* lead for the governance, strategy and policy for Individual and Collective Training and Education across the Naval Service ensuring that delivery of training achieves, maintains and assures the capabilities, readiness and performance standards required by operational commanders; in pursuit of this purpose, act as Flag Officer Sea Training's Deputy to assume command responsibility in his absence and exercise functional authority over the Naval Training Command. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1083930 0 1 95000 99999 1
1115187 N/D OF-6 Commanding Officer Maritime Warfare School (CO MWS) and Commander Operational Training (COMOT) Commodore of the Maritime Warfare School (MWS), Commanding Officer (CO) HMS Collingwood & Commander Operational Training (COMOT), commands over 1000 Royal Navy personnel and has responsibility for a similar number of civilians. The MWS is headquartered in HMS Collingwood, Fareham, but oversees training units across the UK. Training is provided in warfare, weapon engineering, diving, Physical Training, Chemical Biological, Radiological, Nuclear damage control, as well as fire-fighting, sea-survival, seamanship and military skills. Responsibilities for command of HMS Collingwood include duty of care & facilities management functions for Phase 2 & 3 Warfare & Weapon Engineer trainees & a multitude of lodger organisations. As COMOT, commands Royal Naval maritime training delivery across specialist individual Surface and Submarine Fighting Arms and in maritime collective Tier 2/2+ generation, developing coherent, optimised training for maritime operations and contingent capability. Operational sea training is delivered by Flag Officer Sea Training, Captain (South) in Devonport and Captain (North) in Faslane. Joint Training and Exercise Planning Staff (JTEPS) are responsible for plannning and delivery of joint live collective capability exercises/training. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1083930 0 1 95000 99999 1
1103525 N/D OF-6 Commander Core Naval Training (COM CORE TRG) COM CORE has oversight and responsibility for all Phase 1 training undertaken at Britannia Royal Naval College, HMS RALEIGH and for all phases of training undertaken at the Commando Training Centre Lympstone. COM CORE is also responsible for all through life career development and continuous Command Leadership and Management trainng for all Officers in the Naval Service. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1083930 0 1 95000 99999 1
1485456 N/D OF-6 Deputy Commander United Kingdom Maritime Force and CTF 151 One of the RN's 2x 1* deployable commanders, providing a contingent scalable staff for emergent national or coalition command appointments. Oversight for training and validation of UK deploying 1* commanders. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1083930 0 1 95000 99999 1
1725072 N/D OF-6 Assistant Chief of Staff Maritime Capability (ACOS MARCAP) To Direct the output of the Maritime Capability (MARCAP) area to deliver a Effective, coherent, Full Spectrum Maritime Capability, efficiently delivered and aligned to strategy Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1083930 0 1 95000 99999 1
1103327 N/D OF-6 Commodore Maritime Reserves (COMMARRES) Commander Maritime Reserves leads the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Reserves, and delivers highly motivated, trained personnel to deliver a range of capabilities (e.g. medical, intelligence, air, media operations, CIS, logistics, civil military aid, force protection and infantry) as required by Defence - operational capability at readiness. The organisation is integrated within the wider Royal Navy with a footprint of units across the country and continues to be heavily utilised on and in support of current operations. In many cases the MR provides capability that is not available from any other part of the regular force. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1129143 0 1 95000 99999 1
1442813 N/D OF-6 Naval Regoinal Commander Eastern England (NRCEE) The Regional Coordination of the RN response to Military Aid to the Civilian Authority, running the Regional Field Force for RN and RM recruiting, planning and support of warship visits, to provide a regional focus for Maritime Reserve Units, URNU and Sea Cadets, and the focus for RN Community Engagement with opinion formers. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1129143 0 1 95000 99999 1
1103074 N/D OF-6 Naval Regoinal Commander Northern England (NRCNE) The Regional Coordination of the RN response to Military Aid to the Civilian Authority, running the Regional Field Force for RN and RM recruiting, planning and support of warship visits, to provide a regional focus for Maritime Reserve Units, URNU and Sea Cadets, and the focus for RN Community Engagement with opinion formers. Ministry of Defence Ministry of Defence Navy Command 02392 628695 FLEET-DCS FOICELL-f@MOD.UK 1129143 0 1 95000 99999 1