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The Warrant Officer of the Naval Service (WONS) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.

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  • The Warrant Officer of the Naval Service (WONS) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Royal Navy (WORN) Formally Warrant Officer of the Naval Service is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Royal Navy (WORN) Formally Warrant Officer of the Naval Service (WONS) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Naval Service (WONS) is the most senior warrant officer and rating of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Royal Navy (WORN) is the most senior warrant officer and rating of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
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  • The Warrant Officer of the Naval Service (WONS) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Royal Navy (WORN) Formally Warrant Officer of the Naval Service is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Royal Navy (WORN) Formally Warrant Officer of the Naval Service (WONS) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Naval Service (WONS) is the most senior warrant officer and rating of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
  • The Warrant Officer of the Royal Navy (WORN) is the most senior warrant officer and rating of the Royal Navy. The person holding this appointment's main responsibility is to act as a channel between the non commissioned ranks and Senior Naval officers, enabling communication between the ratings and Navy leadership. The post was created in 2010, replacing the post of Second Sea Lord's Command Warrant Officer.
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