Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Fleet
|Office of the Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Fleet|
Ensign of the Royal Navy
|Reports to||Commander-in-Chief, Fleet|
Subject to formal approval by the Queen-in-Council
|Term length||Not fixed|
|Inaugural holder||Vice Admiral Sir Roy Newman|
The Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Fleet was a senior Royal Navy appointment first created on February 1990. This office was held jointly with the office of Chief of Staff, Fleet until April 2012 when it was abolished.
The office of the Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Fleet was a senior Royal Navy appointment established in 1990. This office was held jointly with the office of Chief of Staff to the Commander-in-Chief Fleet. It remained a dual appointment until April 2012 when it was abolished.
- Vice Admiral Sir Roy Newman, Feb 1990–June 1992
- Vice Admiral Sir Geoffrey Biggs, June 1992–June 1994
- Vice Admiral Sir Jonathan James Richard Tod, June 1994–June 1997
- Vice Admiral Sir Jeremy Blackham, June 1997–Jan 1999
- Vice Admiral Sir Fabian Malbon, Jan 1999–May 2001
- Vice Admiral Sir Jonathon Band, May 2001–July 2002
- Vice Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, July 2002–June 2004
- Vice Admiral Sir Timothy McClement, June 2004–Oct 2006
- Vice Admiral Paul Boissier, Oct 2006–July 2009
- Vice Admiral Sir Richard Ibbotson, July 2009–Jan 2011
- Vice Admiral Sir George Zambellas, Jan 2011–Dec 2011
- Vice Admiral Philip Jones Dec 2011–April 2012
- Mackie, Colin (April 2019). "Royal Navy Senior Appointments from 1865: Deputy Commander, The Fleet" (PDF). gulabin.com. c. Mackie. p. 133. Retrieved 31 October 2019.