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  • ...n 30 June, 1889.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/25969/pages/4738 no. 25969. p. 4738.] 30 August, 1889.</ref> ...n 30 June, 1901.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/27335/pages/4780 no. 27335. p. 4780.] 19 July, 1901.</ref>
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  • ...} with seniority of 20 August, 1883. He was appointed in command of the {{UK-1TB33|f=t}} on 7 July 1887, for manoeuvres.<ref>"Naval & Military Intellige On 11 July, 1893, Bacon was appointed to {{UK-TB81}} for the annual manoeuvres.<ref>"The Naval Manœuvres". ''The Times'
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  • ...e=fredbot:officeCIC otitle="Commander-in-Chief, East Indies Station" nat="UK"> ...M 196/42}}. p. 223.</ref>|ass=25 january, 1916<ref>Predecessor struck his flag that day. Peirse Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/39.}} f. 1026.</ref>|end=
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  • |nat=UK ...fusion as to whether 12-inch mountings ordered for {{UK-LordNelson}} and {{UK-Agamemnon}} were diverted to ''Dreadnought''. The order for the turntables
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  • ...for citations.</ref> In March 1919, she found herself in Devonport with {{UK-1Ajax}}.{{SMNLMar19|p. 19}} In May, she was on "miscellaneous service", re ''Centurion'' operated as part of the {{UK-BS|2}} at the Battle, under the command of Captain [[Michael Culme-Seymour,
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  • ....<ref name=thetimes1911/> A few weeks later on 12 December 1911 eighteen officers and men were injured when an explosion occurred onboard while ''Orion'' was ...t December 1913. She served with the Second throughout the war.<ref>See {{UK-BS|2}} for citations.</ref>
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  • From at least December 1913, she served in the {{UK-BS|1}}. In 1913, ''Hercules'' was slated as part of the [[British Adoption By the end of 1913, she and the rest of the {{UK-BS|1}} were all equipped with [[British_Wireless_Systems#Short_Distance_Set
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  • ...ref>Campbell. p. 42.</ref> Rear-Admiral [[Hugh Evan-Thomas]] hoisted his flag in her on 1 October.<ref>Evan-Thomas Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} Re-commissioned on 4 January 1923 at Portsmouth to become part of the {{UK-BS|1}} in 1925.{{NLApr25|pp. 216, 217}}
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  • ...bells were made for the Captain, the Wardroom, the Gunroom and the Warrant Officers' Mess. Admiral Jellicoe rang the bell into service by sounding off eight b Re-commissioned at Devonport on 3 September, 1931 for service with the {{UK-BS|2}}.{{NLJul34|p. 254}}
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  • ...tion through the end of the war and until at at least July 1919.<ref>See {{UK-BS|1}} for citations.</ref> Re-commissioned on 16 September, 1924 for service with the {{UK-BS|2}} in the [[Atlantic Fleet (Royal Navy)|Atlantic Fleet]].{{NLApr25|p. 2
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  • ...t C.S. became the {{UK-BCS|1}}. On 17 March, 1913 she collided with the {{UK-C34|f=t}} in Stokes Bay in the Solent, suffering no damage in the process. In August, 1913 ''Invincible'' joined the {{UK-BCS|2}} in the [[British Mediterranean Fleet|Mediterranean Fleet]] after an
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  • ...s of the [[Royal Navy]] established in 1900. It was commanded by a junior flag officer or senior Captain of distinction, based first at [[Royal Naval Coll ...the Council) to consider the question of the Course of Study of the Senior Officers at the Royal Naval College, and to offer such suggestions as may be deemed
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  • ...ohn Pakenham Pipon|John P. Pipon]], C.B., C.M.G., with a complement of 757 officers and men for service on the [[Mediterranean Station]].<ref>"Naval & Military ...able to do this in 5 minutes, 45 seconds. The best time was achieved by {{UK-Cressy}} at 50.75 seconds, though 2:30 was more typical.{{ARTS1904|pp. 45-7
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  • [[File:H.M.S. Prince George - 1898.jpg|thumb|400px|right|The three senior officers in ''Prince George'', 1898. From left to right: Commander [[Montague Edwar ...renamed ''Victorious II'' in July or September, being attached to sister {{UK-Victorious}} and under a common captain.{{CN}}
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  • ...t'' and became port depot ship for Rosyth, bearing a great many additional officers for duties ranging from boom defence to various "special service".{{NLJan21 ...ef>Stopford Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/19.}} f. 323.</ref>|note=and as Flag Captain}}
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  • ...er service in the Great War with a shifting roster of her sisters in the {{UK-BS|3}}. ''Dominion'' was assigned to the {{UK-BS|3}} upon its creation in May, 1912.
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  • ...orge Francis Maurice Cradock|Sir Christopher G. F. M. Cradock]], and the {{UK-1Berwick}} arrived.<ref>"Naval and Military Intelligence" (Official Appoint On 21 August, 1914, ''New Zealand'' was ordered to join {{UK-Invincible}} on the Humber.<ref>"Grand Fleet Operations - Narrative of Even
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  • ...n 26 June, 1866.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/23132/pages/3736 no. 23132. p. 3736.] 29 June, 1866.</ref> As Captain of the ironclad {{UK-2Achilles}} he was described by ''Vanity Fair'' caricaturist 'Spy' (Sir Les
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  • ...5 October, 1875.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/24256/pages/4905 no. 24256. p. 4905.] 19 October, 1875.</ref> ...December, 1889.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26007/pages/7553 no. 26007. p. 7553.] 31 December, 1889.</ref>
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  • ...Navy]] as a Navigating Cadet on 15 July, 1870, and was appointed to the {{UK-1Britannia|f=t}} at Dartmouth, and left on 18 July, 1872, after the customa ...10 August, 1881.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26534/pages/4154 no. 26534. p. 4154.] 12 August, 1881.</ref>
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