|Garrison/HQ||Fleetwood, Lancashire, England.|
|Last||Commander, Dayrell Davies|
|Commander, Dayrell Davies|
Fleetwood was a naval base and area command of the Royal Navy activated in November, 1917. The Department of Admiralty subdivided its operational responsibilities into a number of geographically defined stations. The Royal Navy was organised into a series of formations or naval establishments each assigned to that geographic area. Appointed to each station was a naval officer. The command was deactivated in October, 1918.
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