Director-General of Dockyards and Maintenance

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Office of the
Director-General of Dockyards and Maintenance
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Navy Department
AbbreviationDGDFM
Reports toController of the Navy
NominatorFirst Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff
AppointerSecretary of State for Defence
Term lengthnot fixed
usually 1-4 years
PrecursorDirector-General of Dockyards and Fleet Maintenance
Formation1964
First holderRear-Admiral, W. A. Haynes
Final holderRear-Admiral, W. A. Haynes
Abolished1969
SuccessionDirector of the Dockyard Department

The Director-General of Dockyards and Fleet Maintenance was a senior British Royal Navy appointment from 1964 to 1969. The office holder was responsible for the administration of the Department of Dockyards and Maintenance.

History

The office was created on 19 May 1964 with Rear-Admiral, W. A. Haynes as the only incumbent of this post. The office until 1969 when it was abolished.

Office Holders

  1. Rear-Admiral, W. A. Haynes, 19 May 1964 - 1969.