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  1. www.royalnavy.mod.uk › our-organisation › bases-andUniversity Royal Naval Unit

    University Royal Naval Units (URNU), under the command of Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC), are here to give university students a broader understanding of Royal Navy life. They offer you the chance to gain transferable skills, from public speaking to organisation, by exposing you to leadership and management opportunities.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BritanniaBritannia - Wikipedia

    Britannia Royal Naval College, the Royal Navy's officer training college. The former Royal Yacht Britannia, the Royal Family's personal yacht, now retired in Leith, Edinburgh Scotland. RMS Britannia, the first steam ocean liner owned by Samuel Cunard in 1840.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Royal_NavyRoyal Navy - Wikipedia

    Britannia Royal Naval College is the initial officer training establishment for the navy, located at Dartmouth, Devon. Personnel are divided into a warfare branch , which includes Warfare Officers (previously named seamen officers) and Naval Aviators , [83] as well other branches including the Royal Naval Engineers , Royal Navy Medical Branch , and Logistics Officers (previously named Supply ...

  4. The Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS; popularly and officially known as the Wrens) was the women's branch of the United Kingdom's Royal Navy. First formed in 1917 for the First World War , it was disbanded in 1919, then revived in 1939 at the beginning of the Second World War , remaining active until integrated into the Royal Navy in 1993.

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  6. On 23 December 1918 the Naval Ordnance Store Department was renamed the Armament Supply Department and its depots were likewise renamed Royal Naval Armament Depots (RNAD) in 1920. The change of nomenclature recognised the inclusion of torpedoes and naval mines (which had been managed separately during the war) alongside ordnance as part of the new department's responsibilities.

  7. Directorate of Naval Construction, (1913–1958) Naval Ordnance Department. Department of the Assistant Director of Torpedoes; Naval Ordnance Stores Department (1918–1964) Naval Stores Department, (1869–1966) Dockyards and Fleet Maintenance Department, (1957–1964) Department of Dockyards and Maintenance, (1964–1968) Office of the ...