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

CONTENTS C h a i t e r S u b j e c t P a g e P A R T I I — I N S T R U C T I O N S T O O F F I C E R S , E t c . X X V I I . I n s t r u c t io n s t o O f f ic e r s in G e n e r a l .................................................................. 445 X X V I I I . I n s t r u c t io n s TO THE S e c t i o n 1. Operations................................................... 448 C o m m a n d e r - tt I I . Training..................................................... 457 I n- C h i e f ii I I I . Administration........................................... 459 o r O f f i c e r in ¦ ii IV . Inspections................................................. 470 C o m m a n d o f ii V . Duties of the Commander-in-Chief at a F l e e t , a Home Port.......................................... 472 S q u a d r o n o r a V I. Duties of the Senior Officer present......... 474 S t a t io n . X X I X . I n s t r u c t io n s t o a F l a g O f f ic e r o r a C o m m o d o r e o f t h e F ir s t C l a s s n o t C o m m a n d in g - in - C i i i e f .......................................................................... 475 X X X . I n s t r u c t io n s t o t h e S t a f f ............................................................................................. 476 [ S e c tio n I. On Appointment........................................ 477 ii II . Fighting Efficiency and Exercises........... 478 it I I I . Armaments ajul Magazines..................... 479 ii IV . Organization of Ship’s Company........... 481 it V . Fire Precautions........................................ 482 H V I. Regulations for Closing Water-tight Doors....................................................... 487 it V II. Smoking Regulations................................ 489 ii V I I I . Clothing, Cleanliness, and Health.......... 490 X X X I . I n s t r u c t io n s it I X . Logs, Register and Confidential Books, t o C a p t a in s . tfee............................................................ 492 it X . Instruction of Officers............................... 493 it X I. Mails— Arrangements for Despatch and Delivery................................................... 493 it X II. Anchors and Cables................................... 499 ti X III. Payments, Cash and Store Accounts, and Surveys............................................ 499 it X IV . Discharge of Officers and M en................ 50-1 a XV. In case of Wreck....................................... 510 u X V I. General Instructions................................. 510 X X X II. I n s t r u c t io n s L i e u t e n a n t - C o m m a n d e r s , S e c t i o n I. Licutenant-Commander or Lieutenant.. 526 L ie u t e n a n t s , ii TI. Sub-Lieutenant, (fee................................... 529 S u b - a III. Divisional Officer...................................... 529 L i e u t e n a n t s a n d D i v is io n a l O f f i c e r s . S e c t i o n I. General........................................................ 532 X X X III. N a v ig a t io n , it II. Pilotage....................................................... 539 P il o t a g e , a n d it III. Compasses, Chronometers, and Charts.. 541 M e t e o r o l o g y . tt IV . Navigating Officer..................................... 546 it V. Meteorological Organization and Duties. 550 ( S e c t i o n I. Captain— General Duties......................... 553 XXXIV G u n n e r y tt II. Executive Officer— Duties........................ 557 a n d ii III. Gunnery Officer— Duties.......................... 557 T o r p e d o . tt IV . Torpedo Officer— Duties........................... 560 it V. Officers of Quarters— Duties................... 561 tt V I. Gunnery Trials of Ships........................ 561 vii
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