HC Deb 06 April 1939 vol 345 cc3036-7W
Mr. Parker

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty what was the number of commissions granted in 1938, showing separate figures for Dartmouth entry, special entry, universities, reserves ex-ratings to sub-lieutenant rank, and warrant officers?

Mr. Shakespeare

The number of officers of the Royal Navy who qualified for commissions during 1938 is as follows:

Sub-Lieutenants, ex Dartmouth 69
Sub-Lieutenants, Special Entry 20
Sub-Lieutenants, Direct Entry 7
Lieutenants, ex R.N.R. 28
Sub-Lieutenants, ex R.N.R. 85
Sub-Lieutenants Rating 4
Air Branch. Captain, transfer from R.A.F. 1
Air Branch. Lieutenants, transfers from R.A.F. 34
Air Branch. Sub-Lieutenants, transfers From R.A.F. 64
Sub-Lieutenants (E), ex Dartmouth 17
Sub-Lieutenants (E), Special Entry 15
Sub-Lieutenants (E), Universities 1
Sub-Lieutenants, ex Artificer Apprentices 2
Sub-Lieutenants, ex M.M. 1
Sub-Lieutenants, ex Lower Deck 8
Paymaster Sub-Lieutenants, ex Dartmouth 1
Paymaster Sub-Lieutenants, Civil Service Competitive Examination 14
Medical Officers 35
Dental Officers 15
Instructor Officers 14
Warrant Officers. Executive Branch 66
Warrant Officers. Engineer Branch 39
Warrant Officers. Accountant Branch 19
Warrant Officers. Medical Branch 2
Warrant Officers. Schoolmasters Branch 6