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BWilson

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Something useful -- British military appointments
Posted on: 6/21/2017 5:46:48 AM
 Not sure how accurate this is, but it looks good at first glance. Perhaps the Britons on MHO could give it a glance and hazard a guess as to its accuracy. Military appointments for numerous commands and offices from the mid-19th century to as late as 2015.

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BW
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Mike Johnson
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Re: Something useful -- British military appointments
Posted on: 6/21/2017 6:05:19 AM
I have used the 2011 version somewhat.

There are also RN and RAF versions. A RN version from 1865-2017: [Read More]

RAF version to 2017: [Read More]

And the Defence staff version to 2017: [Read More]

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Re: Something useful -- British military appointments
Posted on: 6/21/2017 6:14:27 AM
I am of the opinion that all appointments pre WW2 were all "Old School" awaiting their turn- regardless of ability to take on such a task. Apologies for the paucity of my reply; but I fear I have little else to add.

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BWilson

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Re: Something useful -- British military appointments
Posted on: 6/21/2017 6:31:05 AM

Quote:
I have used the 2011 version somewhat.

There are also RN and RAF versions. A RN version from 1865-2017: [Read More]

RAF version to 2017: [Read More]

And the Defence staff version to 2017: [Read More]
--Mike Johnson


Thanks Mike!

Cheers

BW
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With occasional, fatigued glances at life's rear-view mirror from the other side of time.

Society's righteous paranoia lows profoundly. -- random wisdom of a computer

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