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  1. For many years the Royal Navy has trained British and other nations' naval officers ashore at BRNC Dartmouth and other naval establishments and at sea. Today the College acts as their alma mater wherever they trained.Britannia Association, BRNC, Dartmouth, Royal Navy

  2. www.royalnavy.mod.uk › our-organisation › bases-andGuided Tours - Royal Navy

    24/06/2022 · Britannia Royal Naval College is a working military establishment and photographic identification (photocopies not permitted) is required for access. Private Tours are of a more bespoke nature. Preferential rates are awarded to veteran groups, educational establishments and youth groups.

  3. “Her shore time has been spent teaching at Britannia Royal Naval College, as a trials officer in Portsmouth, and in the Ministry of Defence, firstly as part of the finance and military capability team during the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review and more recently as the naval assistant to the First Sea Lord and a member of the Naval Staff Strategy team supporting the Integrated ...

  4. On 1 August 1915 the Royal Naval Air Service officially came under the control of the Royal Navy. In addition to seaplanes, carrier-borne aircraft, and other aircraft with a legitimate "naval" application the RNAS also maintained several crack fighter squadrons on the Western Front, as well as allocating scarce resources to an independent strategic bombing force at a time when such operations ...

  5. 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.

  6. 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.