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  1. The Admiral of the Blue was a senior rank of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom, immediately outranked by the rank Admiral of the White. From 1688 to 1805 this rank was in order of precedence third; after 1805 it was the fourth. In 1864 it was abolished as a promotional rank. The command flag for an Admiral of the Blue is a plain blue flag.

  2. The Rear-Admiral of the Blue was a senior rank of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom, immediately outranked by the rank Rear-Admiral of the White. Royal Navy officers currently holding the ranks of commodore, rear admiral, vice admiral and admiral of the fleet are sometimes considered generically to be admirals. From 1688 to 1805 this rank was in order of precedence ninth; after 1805 it was the tenth. In 1864 it was abolished as a promotional rank.

  3. El Almirante del Azul era un rango superior de la Royal Navy del Reino Unido, inmediatamente superado por el rango de Almirante del Blanco (ver orden de precedencia a continuación). De 1688 a 1805 este rango fue tercero en orden de precedencia; después de 1805 fue el cuarto. En 1864 fue abolido como rango promocional.

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    The Vice-Admiral of the Blue was a senior rank of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom, immediately outranked by the rank Vice-Admiral of the White. Royal Navy officers currently holding the ranks of commodore, rear admiral, vice admiral and admiral of the fleet are sometimes considered generically to be admirals. From 1688 to 1805 this rank was in...

    The Navy Royal inaugurated squadron colours during the reign of Elizabeth I to subdivide the English fleet into three squadrons. There were three classes of admirals and differentiated by using coloured flags. In 1620 the official Flag ranks of Admiral, Vice Admiral, and Rear Admiral were legally established that arose directly out of the organisat...

    The Navy was divided into three squadrons Red, White and Blue in order of seniority. Admirals were appointed to these squadrons and therefore their rank and squadron split the seniority originally into 9 bands then later 10 with ‘Admiral of the Fleet' as senior to all others. Seniority was therefore from 1805 to 1864: Admiral of the Fleet Admiral o...

    Publications about the Vice-Admiral of the Blue include: 1. Roland Burnham Molineux, The Vice Admiral Of The Blue: A Biographical Romance: Supposedly The Chronicle Left By Lord Nelson's Friend, Thomas Masterman Hardy, Vice Admiral And Baronet ISBN 978-1173363093

  4. The Admiral of the Blue was a senior rank of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom, immediately outranked by the rank Admiral of the White (see order of precedence below). From 1688 to 1805 this rank was in order of precedence third; after 1805 it was the fourth. In 1864 it was abolished as a promoti

  5. Vicealmirante del Azul - Vice-Admiral of the Blue. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre . Vicealmirante del Azul ; Comando Bandera Vicealmirante de Blue (1624-1864)