Fourth Sea Lord

Fourth Sea Lord

The Fourth Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Supplies was formerly one of the Naval Lords and members of the Board of Admiralty which controlled the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom.

Read more about Fourth Sea Lord:  History, Fourth Naval Lords 1830-1868, Junior Naval Lords 1868-1904, Fourth Sea Lords 1904–1964, Chiefs of Fleet Support 1964–2007, Chiefs of Materiel (Fleet) 2007 – Present

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