Navy’s Fleet Commander presents commendations

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SAILORS, Royal Marines, and civilians have been awarded commendations.

Fleet Commander Vice-Admiral Philip Jones presented awards to 25 service personnel at Portsmouth Naval Base.

Fleet Commander Commendations are given to sailors, marines, and civilians across the navy who have been nominated for exceptional performance in their unit.

Vice-Adml Jones, who is based at the navy’s command headquarters on Whale Island, said: ‘Fleet Commander Commendations are my opportunity to recognise the exceptional dedication and achievement of individuals and teams across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, and also by our civilian personnel.

‘I am delighted to be able to present these awards to people who have risen above and beyond what is expected of them.’