The King's Regulations and Admiralty Instructions, His Majesty's Naval Service Vol. I, Articles, 1943

CONTENTS C h a p t e r SUUJECT P a g e xi x iv P A R T I — G E N E R A L I . rJr.NinnAT. R F.nm .A T rnN S................................................................................... 1 S e c t i o n I . Roval Salutes and Flags.......................... 14 it 11. Salutes and Flags in India..................... 18 it I I I . Salutes to British Authorities.................. 20 ii IV . National Salutes and Salutes to Foreign Flag Officers........................................... 27 it V. Salutes in General..................................... 30 it V I. Salutes which are to be Returned or not Returned................................................. 31 it V II. Dressing Ship and Flags to he Hoisted when Saluting or Returning Salutes.. 32 ii V III . Visits of Ceremony.................................... 34 ii IX . Distinguishing Flags and Pendants of I I . C e r e m o n ie s Naval Authorities.................................. 38 a n d a X . Distinguishing Flags of other Authorities 39 D is t in c t io n s . a X I . King’s Colour, Ensign, Jack and Pendant.................................................. 41 n X I I . National Colours....................................... 44 a X I I I . Military Honours and Marks of Respect. 46 a X IV . Naval Salutes and Marks of Respect... . 50 a X V . Funeral Honours....................................... 54 a X V I. Uniform...................................................... 56 a X V I I . Orders, Decorations and Medals............. 57 a X V I I I . Order of Precedence on Ceremonial , Occasions................................................ 5S f S e c tio n I. Officers in General..................................... 59 it I I . Flag Officers and Commodores................ 66 a I I I . Captains and Commanders..................... 68 I I I . R a n k a IV . Lieutenant-Commanders, Lieutenants a n d and other Executive Officers................. 69 C o m m a n d . a V. Non-Executive Officers.............................. 69 a V I. Relative Rank of the Officers of the Navy, Army, A ir Force, and Royal Indian N avy........................................................ 70 a V II. Ship’s Company....................................... 73 ( S e c t i o n I. Officers in General..................................... 75 I V . A p p o in t m e n t “ II. Officers Authorized to make Appoint­ o p O f f ic e r s . ments, &c............................................... 77 I “ I I I . Apj)ointments Generally.......................... 79 V . D e f i n i t i o n s o f S e r v i c e ..................................................................................................... SO 55 ( S e c t i o n I. General........................................................ 83 “ I I . Executive Officers...................................... 83 V I . O f f ic e r s — ii I I I . Engineer Officers....................................... 88 Q u a l if i­ ii IV . Medical Officers........................................ 92 c a t io n s a n d a V . Dental Officers........................................... 94 E x a m in a ­ a V I. Instructor Officers..................................... 94 t io n s f o r a VIT. Accountant Officers................................... 95 P r o m o t io n . a V I I I . Warrant Officers, and Officers promoted therefrom................................................. 98 a I X . Retired and Emergency List Officers. . . . 112
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