Personnel

Ian Fergus Corder (1960)

Vice Admiral Ian Corder, Military Representative to NATO and the European Union on 31 May 2013

Vice Admiral Ian Corder assumed the role of UK Military Representative to NATO and the European Union on 31 May 2013. Educated at Rugby School and Peterhouse, Cambridge (Pure Mathematics), he joined the Royal Navy in 1978, volunteered for submarines and spent his early career in the SSN force as an operations and navigation specialist. His command appointments have included serving as Executive Officer of HMS SCEPTRE (SSN) and as the Commanding Officer of HMS ORACLE (SSK), HMS SPLENDID (SSN(TLAM)), and the frigate HMS CUMBERLAND.

Life on board HM Ships at Christmas: 1915 vs. 2015

Chief Petty Officer Clinton Hume is exploring the connections between Christmas on board warships 100 years apart

From hammocks to bunk beds, letters to e-mails, one Royal Navy sailor compares Christmas at sea 100 years apart

Sailors on board HMS St Albans will be away from their loved ones this Christmas but fortunately for them it will be a much more comfortable experience than it was for their forebears.

Next year marks 100 years since the Battle of Jutland, one of the most significant naval engagements of the First World War, and the anniversary is being marked with a major commemorative event in May.

Early completion of carrier crew accommodation is celebrated

Carrier crew member ABWS Elise Broughton. Crown Copyright. Photo: POA(Phot) Owen Cooban. All rights reserved

New modular accommodation to house sailors working on the Royal Navy’s new aircraft carrier has been completed by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO).

A total of 302 cabins are now ready to be occupied by service personnel based at Rosyth.

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