Command

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A Command can be either an appointment, or military base, or military camp, or military formation, or military headquarters, or military installation, or military post, or military station and a military unit under the control and direction of a single commanding officer.

Commands are defined as either Sea or Military, and the latter are classified as either Operational or Training and Support and further sub-divided, where appropriate, into subordinate and sub-unit commands, defined as follows:

Types of Command

Commands are defined as either Sea or Military, and the latter are classified as either Operational or Training and Support and further sub-divided, where appropriate, into subordinate and sub-unit commands, defined as follows:[1]

  1. Air Command
  2. Aviation Command
  3. RM Command
  4. Sea Command
  5. Shore Command
  6. Professional Command
  7. Subordinate Command
  8. Support Command
  9. Training Command
  10. Sub-Unit Command

References

  1. Navy, Royal (June 2018). "ASSIGNMENT PRINCIPLES: SECTION 2 - TYPES OF ASSIGNMENT" (PDF). royalnavy.mod.uk. Ministry of Defence UK. p. 6. Retrieved 13 June 2020.

Source

  1. https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Military+command