4 edition of principles of naval staff rank found in the catalog.
1869 in [Washington?] .
Written in English
Will reformat; 19930801
|Statement||By a surgeon in the U. S. navy.|
|LC Classifications||VB313 .C64|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||13006806|
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Acting Vice-Admiral Sir Tom Phillips, 1 then Vice-Chief of the Naval Staff, was ordered to hoist his flag in her as Commander-in-Chief, Eastern Fleet, with the rank of Acting-Admiral; and the next day (21st October) the Admiralty informed all Authorities concerned that the Prince of Wales could shortly leave forSingapore.
2 This went beyond the. The belligerents must guarantee to the said staff, when it has fallen into their hands, the same allowances and pay which are given to the staff of corresponding rank in their own navy. The commissioner put by the belligerent on board the hospital ship of his adversary, in conformity with paragraph 10 of Arti enjoys the same protection.
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Naval noncommissioned officers were known as petty officers. Like their Army counterparts, they were selected from the enlisted sailors, but they were also typically required to complete a prescribed course of shipboard training and pass an examination to qualify for their new rank.
Wegener's book, which was published in and reissued in a second edition inwas actually a compilation of three staff papers that he had written duringwhile serving as a fleet staff officer in the rank of lieutenant commander.