Naval Service

Naval Service may refer to:

  • Naval Service (United Kingdom), the naval branch of the British Armed Forces
  • Naval Service (Ireland), the navy of the Republic of Ireland
  • Naval Canteen Service
  • Naval Education Service, a branch of the British Royal Navy which both provided education for naval personnel and ran schools for children of Royal Navy personnel
  • Naval Investigative Service
  • Naval Transportation Service

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