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Publish time:12-17-2021
Royal Navy surface ships currently consist of two flotillas based at HMNB Portsmouth and HMNB Devonport, both located on the south coast of England. Surface combatants range from aircraft carriers to mine countermeasures vessels to offshore patrol vessels, but most are escorts, destroyers, and frigates. As per the Chain of Command diagram below, these were generally merchant ships enlisted into service. Unlike some European states, England did not maintain a small permanent core of warships in peacetime. England's naval organization was haphazard, and the mobilization of fleets when war broke out was slow. In a military context, the chain of command is the line of authority and responsibility along which orders are passed within a military unit and between different units. A command in military terminology is an organizational unit for which a military commander is responsible. A commander is normally specifically appointed to the role to provide a legal framework for the authority bestowed.
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Royal Navy surface ships currently consist of two flotillas based at HMNB Portsmouth and HMNB Devonport, both located on the south coast of England. Surface combatants range from aircraft carriers to mine countermeasures vessels to offshore patrol vessels
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