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Boston was a naval station and local command of the Royal Navy established in 1918 as one of the geographical divisions into which the Royal Navy administered its worldwide responsibilities. It was defined so by the Department of Admiralty to identify the area jurisdiction of the Divisional Naval Transport Officer, Boston.


Boston is a port city located on the eastern seaboard of the United States of America.

In Command

Divisional Naval Transport Officer, Boston

  1. Lieutenant-Commander, Arthur F. Vans-Agnew, 16 January, 1918 – 16 May, 1919