Navy Board (1964-present)

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Navy Board
Agency overview
Formed 1964
Jurisdiction United Kingdom United Kingdom
Headquarters Whitehall, London
Agency executive
Parent agency Ministry of Defence

The Navy Board is the body responsible for the day-to-day running of the Royal Navy.[1] Its composition is similar to that of the Admiralty Board of the Defence Council of the United Kingdom, except that it does not include any of Her Majesty's Ministers.[2] The Board shares a name with its historic predecessor, the Navy Board of 1546 to 1832, but is unrelated in structure or membership.

Membership of the Board[edit]

The composition is as follows:[3]

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