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Indian Fleet

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General Information
Country Flag-UK.jpg UK
Region London
Type Combat Fleet
Structure
Total Soldiers Classified
Part of The Royal Navy


The Indian Fleet was one of six fleets in the Royal Navy.

Contents

Ships of the Fleet

HMS Accalia

The HMS Accalia wsa named in honour of Admiral of the Fleet Accalia, retired Commanding Officer of the Royal Navy.

HMS Funky

The HMS Funky is part of The Royal Navy and serves as a mobile fighting unit in the Indian Fleet. It was created on 22 December by the then Admiral of the Fleet Fezoj as part of a reform of the Royal Marines. The Marines were disbanded and the former members made part of a new fleet of ships called the Indian Fleet. HMS Funky is one of the ships that make up the Indian Fleet, along with the HMS Trooper C, the HMS Accalia and the HMS R.R. Napier.

HMS R.R. Napier

The HMS R.R. Napier is part of The Royal Navy and serves as a mobile fighting unit in the Indian Fleet.

History

The New fleet of Funky class ships entered service on 22 December by the then Admiral of the Fleet Fezoj as part of a reform of the Royal Marines. The Marines were disbanded and the former members Split between the three original ships in the Indian Fleet; HMS R.R. Napier, HMS Accalia and HMS Funky since then the HMS Trooper C has been added to the fleet.

Officers

From Captain Lieutenants
Day 882 Big-Joe Pryde Amalie Lohzen
Rosstimous Peelian
Day 779 Big-Joe Pryde Ron Macdougal
Rosstimous Peelian
Day 762 Viktsa Massea Ron Macdougal
Rosstimous Peelian

HMS Trooper_c

History

HMS Trooper C was formed in January 2010 on day 780 of the New World. First Captain of the ship was Wolfhorde. His first Lieutenant was DakotaBlue (on Day 791 DakotaBlue was promoted to Captain of the Royal Navy and left HMS Trooper C to her brand new ship - HMS Rodney Mckay). 2 days later, on day 782 Trooper C, former CO of the Royal Navy joined HMS Trooper C and became 2nd Lieutenant (on day 800 Trooper C left HMS Trooper C and was transfered to the Royal Marines Commando).

On day 793 Erik Hates was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant. After demotion 3 days later his position was taken by Jimmy Cricket.

On day 800 first Captain of HMS Trooper C - Wolfhorde, was promoted to Southern & Caribbean Fleet Commodore.

From Day 800 new Captain of HMS Trooper C is Jimmy Cricket.

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