Flag Officer-in-Charge, Northern Ireland
|Office of the Flag Officer-in-Charge, Northern Ireland|
Ensign of the Royal Navy
|Department of Admiralty|
|Reports to||Commander-in-Chief, Western Approaches (1944-1945)|
|Nominator||First Lord of the Admiralty|
|Appointer||First Lord of the Admiralty|
|Term length||(typically 1–3 years)|
|Precursor||Flag Officer-in-Charge, Belfast|
|First holder||Rear-Admiral Sir Richard Hugh Loraine Bevan..|
|Final holder||Rear-Admiral Sir Richard Hugh Loraine Bevan.|
|Succession||Flag Officer, Northern Ireland|
The office was originally established during the second world war as the Flag Officer-in-Charge, Belfast from August, 1939 to February, 1944. The office holder was charged with command of the Belfast Station. In February 1944 that office holders responsibilities were extended his title was altered to Flag Officer-in-Charge, Northern Ireland, now commanding the a larger Northern Ireland Station.
- Rear-Admiral Sir Richard Hugh Loraine Bevan, February, 1944 – 1945. (retd).
- Harley, Simon; Lovell, Tony (18 September 2018). "Belfast - The Dreadnought Project". dreadnoughtproject.org. Harley and Lovel. Retrieved 26 January 2020.
- Blake, John William (1956). Northern Ireland in the Second World War. London, England.: H.M. Stationery Office. p. 334.
- Harley and Lovell. Belfast. 18 September 2018.