Vat 7 0 The lif t?IC O is tM ted N °'245 VICE-ADMIRAL SIR PHILIP VIAN, K.C.B. KBE D.S.O., seated at hb desk, shortly after assuminj his new appointment as a Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty and Fifth Sea Lord (Air), on September 23,1946. In his appointment he will be responsible for the co-ordination of naval air cervices Sir Philip is particularly remembered as commander of H.M.S. Cossack when she rescued British prisoners from the Altmark in February 1940 (see story in pages 443-445 and page 171, Vol. 2), Edited by Sir John Hammerton NO. 2 4 G WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22
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