Officers, a Chief Petty Officer and Ratings of the Royal Navy on parade in No. The uniforms of the Royal Navy have evolved gradually since the first uniform regulations for officers were issued in 1748. Uniform regulations for officers were first issued by Lord Anson in royal Flash PDF, and remained unchanged for nearly twenty years. Reportedly, the officers themselves advocated its adoption, as they „wished to be recognised as being in the service of the Crown.
Författare: Günter Lonski.
Schloss Marienburg bei Hannover. Hauptkommissarin Kalenberger ist mit ihrem Kollegen Obanczek zur Hochzeitsfeier einer Bekannten aufs Märchenschloss der Welfen eingeladen. Entspannte Atmosphäre. Da fällt eine Person kopfüber vom Schlossturm – den Kommissaren direkt vor die Füße. Dr. Axel Gerlach hatte sich auf Immobiliengeschäfte spezialisiert. Seine Klienten: Scheichs und russische Oligarchen mit einem Hang zu repräsentativem deutschem Kulturgut. Die Todesursache ist zwar offensichtlich, aber keineswegs eindeutig. Wer hatte Interesse, den Anwalt ins Jenseits zu befördern? Der unbekannte Schirm-Attentäter, der schon einmal in Hannover zugeschlagen hat? Oder ein missgünstiger Adelsspross, der den weiteren Ausverkauf des Welfenschatzes verhindern will? Hat etwa dieser merkwürdige Royalisten-Club etwas zu verbergen, der im Nordstemmer Königsbahnhof residieren will? Oder war es eine der unbedeutenden Randfiguren, die das neue Nutzungskonzept des Schlosses nicht verstanden hat? Aber was kann ein Würstchen-Maxe schon gegen eine königliche Hoheit ausrichten? Endlich geht es voran. Ein Mitglied des Royalisten-Clubs will auspacken. Doch bevor das erste Wort gefallen ist, liegt auch er tot zu Kalenbergers Füßen. Trau, schau, wem …
For service in tropical climates, a white tunic and trousers were introduced in 1877. The distinctive white collar patch of the midshipman first appeared in 1758. Uniform for ratings was first established by the Admiralty in 1857. A number of changes have been introduced since the introduction of the first rating uniform, notably the removal of the blue jacket in 1890, and the replacement of bell-bottoms by flared trousers in 1977.
In 1997 there was a major standardisation programme, meaning that all ratings now wear the same ceremonial uniform for the first time in history. This is the formal uniform worn on ceremonial occasions. This mess dress is worn in the evenings for dining. This is worn all year round for general duties. It consists of a white shirt with rank insignia on the shoulders, and appropriate headgear. For officers 3A dress includes a long-sleeved shirt and tie, while 3B includes a short-sleeved shirt but without the tie.
3C is the same in all respects as 3A but with the addition of a navy blue woollen jersey. A new dark blue „modernised“ combat uniform known as No 4 dress was introduced in 2012 on a trial basis for the crew of the new type 45 destroyer HMS Daring, the Type 23 frigate HMS Westminster and Trafalgar-class submarine HMS Talent. This was adopted navy-wide during 2015. Number 4AWD may still be worn by units that have not yet been issued Number 4 RNPCS.
This is worn by all ranks and rates. They are worn as required for duties. Admiral Sir George Zambellas wearing No. Officers above the rank of commander, and those holding certain appointments, may optionally wear instead a long-sleeved, high-necked white tunic, with five buttons down the front, worn with white trousers and white shoes. Other officers may be instructed to wear this uniform so ‚when required to conform with accepted international standards of dress on state or major ceremonial occasions‘. Admiral Sir George Zambellas wearing white No.
There are also white versions No. 3 dress which fulfil the same functions as their respective blue equivalents. Gold-laced navy blue trousers may be optionally worn with 2AW and 2BW dress by officers of the rank of captain and above. 3AW dress is the same as 3B dress, only worn with white shoes, white socks, and white trousers. White number 3B and 3C have been abolished.
For warrant officers, chief petty officers, and petty officers, No. 1 Dress consists of a similar reefer jacket to commissioned officers except with only six buttons. This mess undress is optional wear in the evenings for dining by all senior rates petty officer and above. It is worn with a black cummerbund and miniature medals. The cut of the jacket is different from that worn by officers: it is double breasted, but features a shawl collar and only four buttons instead of six. 3A dress, as worn by former Warrant Officer of the Naval Service, WO1 Terry Casey. This is the same as the various types of number 3 dress as worn by commissioned officers.