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ABBKEVIATIONS, &c.
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In the Seniority List denotes
an Officer wbo has passed for
first-class ships, and is actu-
ally employed, or is available
for employment, on Naviga-
ting Duties.
In a ship, denotes an Officer
borne for Navigating Duties.
Before the name of an Officer
in the Seniority List denotes
that the Officer has qualified
and has been confirmed as
Naval Observer. In a ship,
denotes an Officer confirmed
as observer and borne for
Observer Duties.
Before the name of an Officer
in the Seniority List denotes
that he is qualified for Pilot
duties in the Fleet Air Arm.
In a ship denotes an Officer
borne for Flying Duties.
For Marine Officers below the
rank of Colonel denotes
that they have passed the
Advanced Class at the Mili-
tary College of Science.
In the Seniority List in the
case of a Naval Officer
below the rank of Captain
denotes that he has passed
the Staff Course at the R.N.
Staff College, Greenwich.
In the case of a Marine
Officer below the rank of
Colonel denotes that he has
passed the Staff Course at
R.N. Staff College.
, In the case of a Marine Officer
denotes that he has passed a
two or one years' Staff
Course, respectively, at the
Military Staff College.
• After the name of an Officer in
the Seniority List of Direc-
tors of Music, R.M. denotes
that the Officer obtained an
advanced certificate on
passing out of the Royal
Military School of Music.
• In the Seniority List denotes
a Warrant Officer or Officer
promoted therefrom who is
qualified for command of
seagoing small craft under
Art. 361 K.R. and A.I.
• In the Seniority List before
the name of an Executive,
Medical, or Marine Officer,
denotes that he is qualified
to act as an Instructor in
Physical Training.
In a Ship, that such Officer is
appointed for Physical
Training Duties..
<g> ■ ' In the case of a Medical Officer
denotes that he has been
through a long course of
Physical Training.
(St) • ■ In the Seniority List denotes an
Officer who has undergone
the Advanced Wireless Tele-
graphy Course at Greenwich.
(S) • • In the Seniority List denotes
an Officer who has passed in
both Visual Signalling and
Wireless Telegraphy.
In a ship, an Officer qualified
as above who is performing
either or both of these duties.
(S/D) • • In the Seniority List denotes
a Boatswain who has been
a Submarine Detector In-
structor or has qualified in
a special anti-submarine
course.
(S M) • • In the Seniority List denotes a
Senior Master.
SM • • In the Seniority List denote*
an Officer who has qualified
in Submarine Duties, and is
available for service in Sub-
marines. The prefix will
be removed from the names
of Officers who voluntarily
revert to General Service or
for whom no further employ-
ment is available in Sub-
marines.
(Tf) • • In the Seniority List denotes
an Officer who has undergone
the Advanced Torpedo
Course at Greenwich.
(T) • • In the Seniority List denotes
a Lieutenant who has passed
for Toipedo Officer; in a
ship, an Officer borne for
Torpedo Duties.
(V/S) • • In the Seniority List denotes
Lieutenant-Commanders and
Lieutenants promoted from
the lower deck who
have qualified in Visual
Signalling only.
In a ship, such an Officer per-
forming Signalling Duties.
(W/T)- • In the Seniority List denotes
Lieutenant-Commanders and
Lieutenants promoted from
the lower deck who
have qualified in Wireless
Telegraphy only.
In a ship, such an Officer per-
forming Wireless Telegraphy
Duties,
(a) • • After the name of an Officer in
the Seniority List of R.M
Officers denotes that the
Officer has passed in Coast
Artillery.

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