Directorate of Naval Administrative Planning

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Directorate of Naval Administrative Planning
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Active1966-1970
CountryUnited Kingdom
AllegianceBritish Empire
BranchRoyal Navy
TypeStaff (division)
Part ofNaval Staff (Navy Department) (1966-1969)
Directorate-General Fleet Services (1969-1970)
Garrison/HQAdmiralty
Whitehall
London, Great Britain
Commanders
In CommandDirector Naval Administrative Planning
FirstCaptain (S) G. H. Stanning
LastCaptain (E) R. H. Webber

The Directorate of Naval Administrative Planning (D.N.A.P.) was a division of the Naval Staff (Navy Department) established in 1966 following a renaming of the earlier Administrative Planning Division, it was in operation to 1970 when it was abolished. The directorate was administered by the Director Naval Administrative Planning.

History

This directorate had evolved from the earlier Plans Division (Q) set up in 1943. In 1966 the Administrative Planning Divisions name was altered to the Directorate of Naval Administrative Planning. In 1969 it was transferred as a function within the Naval Staff (Navy Department) and became part of the Directorate-General Fleet Services until 1970 when it was abolished.

Director Naval Administrative Planning

  • Captain (S) G. H. Stanning, 1966 – 21 August, 1967.
  • Captain (E) R. H. Webber, 21 August, 1967 – 1970.[1][2]

References

  1. Admiralty, British. (Spring 1968). The Navy List. Navy Department Naval Staff. H.M.S.O. London. England. p. 906.
  2. Admiralty, British. (Spring 1970). The Navy List. Navy Department Director General Fleet Services. H.M.S.O. London. England. p. 529.