Royal Wellmoorean Navy

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Royal Wellmoorean Navy
Marinha Real Wellmoorean
The Ensign of the Royal Wellmoorean Navy
Founded16th of March 2020
Current form16th of March 2020
HeadquartersMinistry of Defence, Midnight City
Commander-in-ChiefKing Luke of Wellmoore
Prime MinisterLord Axel Rogers MP
Minister of DefenceNone Appointed
Lord High AdmiralKing Luke of Wellmoore
Chief of the Naval StaffNone Appointed
Military age16 to Enlist, 18 to Deploy
Fit for
military service
8, age 15–49
Active personnel1
Reserve personnel0
Deployed personnel0
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RanksMilitary Ranks of Wellmoore

The Royal Wellmoorean Navy (RWN) is the Kingdom of Wellmoore's naval warfare force.The Royal Wellmoorean Navy is part of His Majesty's Naval Service, which also includes the Royal Wellmoorean Marine Corps. The professional head of the Naval Service is the Chief of Naval Staff & First Lord of the Sea.


The Royal Wellmoorean Navy was established on the 16th of March 2020 by Royal Decree.

Royal Wellmoorean Navy Today


Personnel are divided into a warfare branch, which includes Warfare Officers and Naval Aviators,as well other branches including the Royal Naval Engineers, Royal Navy Medical Branch, and Logistics Officers. Present-day officers and ratings have several different uniforms; some are designed to be worn aboard ship, others ashore or in ceremonial duties.

Command, Control and Organisation


The Fleet Commander has responsibility for the provision of ships, submarines and aircraft ready for any operations that the Government requires.

Ranks & Insignias

The Royal Wellmoorean Navy uses the same Rank Insignia and badges as the British Royal Navy.

Titles and Naming

Of Ships

Royal Wellmoorean Navy ships in commission are prefixed with His Majesty's Ship (Her Majesty's Ship), abbreviated to "HMS". Submarines are styled HM Submarine, also abbreviated "HMS". Names are allocated to ships and submarines by a naming committee within the MOD and given by class, with the names of ships within a class often being thematic or traditional.

See also