Royal Navy: Far East, WW2: Petty Officer 1940; Rear Admiral, 1940; Rating, Far East 1945
Art.IWM ART 17108 9. image: Three depictions of naval personnel. On the left is a Petty Officer blowing a whistle wearing all white uniform. In the centre stands a Rear Admiral wearing white uniform and with his arms crossed
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WWII Royal Navy - Rating. Interestingly he is wearing a Petty Officer's rank badge but still wearing a leading seaman's blues. This was apparently standad for a Petty Officer with less than a year's service in the rank and not yet confirmed in the rank.
[Photo] British Royal Navy Corsair Mk I fighters at Naval Air Station Quonset Point, Rhode Island, United States, 1943
[Photo] British Royal Navy Corsair Mk I fighters at Naval Air Station Quonset Point, Rhode Island, United States, 1943 | World War II Database
Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire, from the North East
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Pat Keely - Pat Keely: Join the Royal Navy recruitment poster 1939 World War 2 Fleet Air Arm
Pat Keely (d. 1970) The Royal Navy 75x51cm Original lithographic poster 1939 Printed for HMSO by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd, London If your age is from 17 1/2 to 28 and you have at least 2 1/2 years' experience in any of the following trades: Ground Engineer (Civil Aviation) General Fitter Millwright Jig & Tool Fitter etc. Why not join the new Fleet Air Arm as Air Fitter or Air Rigger Generous Pay and Allowances - Really Secure Employment Good Prospects of Early Advancement to Air…