Rear Admiral Philip Wilcocks, the Flag Officer for Scotland, Northern England and Northern Ireland (FOSNNI), accompanied by Commodore Charles Stevenson, the Naval Regional Officer for Scotland and Northern Ireland, sailed on the MV Colonel Templar for the ceremony in Scapa Flow.
Rear Admiral Philip Wilcocks, the Flag Officer for Scotland, Northern England and Northern Ireland (FOSNNI), arrived in Orkney on Thursday afternoon, aboard the mine hunter HMS Shoreham.
Philip WilcocksRear Admiral Philip Wilcocks CB DSC DL, ChairmanRear Admiral Philip Wilcocks CB DSC DL served in the Royal Navy for 37 years during which he commanded 3 ships, a Destroyer Squadron and the Navy's largest Training Establishment.As a Flag Officer, he was Deputy Chief of Joint Operations, Flag Officer Reserves and Head of the Surface Navy.His first command as a young Lieutenant and British Sea Fisheries Officer was the Fishery Protection minesweeper, HMS STUBBINGTON.
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2 June 2011 / News
Rear Admiral Philip Wilcocks will open this year's Maritime Debate at the Hay Festival with a speech on the importance of the Royal Navy and it's global operations.
In his opening speech, he will tell the Festival audience: "I am speaking this year in the wake of General Dannett who spoke eloquently about our country's requirement for a large standing Army.
Rear Admiral Philip Wilcocks joined the Royal Navy in 1971.He was awarded the Queen's Telescope and the Queen's Gold Medal.
He was given command of the Fishery Protection minesweeper HMS Stubbington in 1978.
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