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Sir George Michael Zambellas

Wrong Sir George Michael Zambellas?

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Royal Navy
 
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The answer, as alluded to by Admiral Zambellas, is to take risk.
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[3] Admiral Sir George Zambellas, Head of the Royal Navy.
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Admiral Sir George Zambellas, right, and new Royal Navy leader Admiral Sir Philip Jones Admiral Sir George Zambellas, right, and new Royal Navy leader Admiral Sir Philip Jones | Royal Navy welcomes its new First Sea Lord during ceremony on HMS Victory | THE Royal Navy’s new top sailor has stepped into office.
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Admiral Sir George Zambellas, right, and new Royal Navy leader Admiral Sir Philip Jones Admiral Sir George Zambellas, right, and new Royal Navy leader Admiral Sir Philip Jones | Royal Navy welcomes its new First Sea Lord during ceremony on HMS Victory | THE Royal Navy’s new top sailor has stepped into office.
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Admiral Sir George Zambellas, right, and new Royal Navy leader Admiral Sir Philip Jones
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Admiral Sir George Zambellas, right, and new Royal Navy leader Admiral Sir Philip Jones
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Admiral Sir Philip Jones took over from Admiral Sir George Zambellas as the First Sea Lord during a ceremony aboard the world's oldest commissioned warship, HMS Victory.
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Admiral Zambellas joined the Royal Navy in September 1980 and served as a Sea King pilot before commanding three warships, including HMS Chatham which saw action during operations in Sierra Leone.
As First Sea Lord he has overseen the ongoing programme to deliver the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers.
As his flag was lowered onboard HMS Victory, Admiral Zambellas said: 'It has been an enormous honour to lead the Royal Navy.
The answer, as alluded to by ...
kingsofwar.org.uk [cached]
The answer, as alluded to by Admiral Zambellas, is to take risk.
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[3] Admiral Sir George Zambellas, Head of the Royal Navy.
Admiral Zambellas is the ...
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Admiral Zambellas is the First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, and as such is the Royal Navy's professional head and Chairman of the Navy Board. He is responsible to Secretary of State for Defence for the fighting effectiveness, efficiency and morale of the Naval Service, and supports the Secretary of State in the management and direction of the Armed Forces.
George Zambellas is fairly well known to the Company from his time on command of HMS CHATHAM in 1999, an affiliated unit from which he has made a spectacular graduation. He was educated in Zimbabwe, and at Stowe and Southampton University, graduating in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. He joined the Royal Navy in 1980 from the aerospace industry and qualified as a pilot in 1982. He flew three tours in different helicopter types, serving in carriers and frigates.
After staff training in 1990, and a brief spell as a corporate planner, he commanded the mine hunter HMS Cattistock, an interesting coincidence since she too has Company affiliations. In 1993, he was posted to Northwood as a Fleet aviation operations officer before promotion in 1995 and command of the frigate HMS Argyll.
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On promotion to Admiral in January 2012, George Zambellas became Commander, Allied Maritime Command Northwood, in which role he also discharged Full Command responsibilities as the Royal Navy's Fleet Commander until November 2012.
He was knighted KCB in 2012.
Admiral Zambellas is the ...
www.merchant-taylors.co.uk [cached]
Admiral Zambellas is the First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, and as such is the Royal Navy's professional head and Chairman of the Navy Board. He is responsible to Secretary of State for Defence for the fighting effectiveness, efficiency and morale of the Naval Service, and supports the Secretary of State in the management and direction of the Armed Forces.
George Zambellas is fairly well known to the Company from his time on command of HMS CHATHAM in 1999, an affiliated unit from which he has made a spectacular graduation. He was educated in Zimbabwe, and at Stowe and Southampton University, graduating in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. He joined the Royal Navy in 1980 from the aerospace industry and qualified as a pilot in 1982. He flew three tours in different helicopter types, serving in carriers and frigates.
After staff training in 1990, and a brief spell as a corporate planner, he commanded the mine hunter HMS Cattistock, an interesting coincidence since she too has Company affiliations. In 1993, he was posted to Northwood as a Fleet aviation operations officer before promotion in 1995 and command of the frigate HMS Argyll.
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On promotion to Admiral in January 2012, George Zambellas became Commander, Allied Maritime Command Northwood, in which role he also discharged Full Command responsibilities as the Royal Navy's Fleet Commander until November 2012.
He was knighted KCB in 2012.
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