R.R. Napier

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R.R. Napier

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Nationality Flag-United Kingdom.jpg British
Date of birth May 09, Day 541
Date of death July 2012 (est)
Residence London, UK
Sex Male
Congress member of South East of England
Aug '09 (Day 646) – Sep '09 (Day 677)
Military rank Icon rank Commander**.png Commander**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman
This soldier has been awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross by the eUK Military.
This soldier has been awarded the Distinguished Service Order by the eUK Military.
This soldier has been awarded the Military Cross by the eUK Military.

R.R. Napier CGC DSO MC was a former Air Chief Marshal and President of the Military Honours Committee. After his return to eRepublik, he rose to become the Executive Officer of the HMS John F Baker before the restructuring of the United Kingdom Armed Forces took place. He was the former Adjutant-General to the Forces and President of the Military Honours Committee. He was also the first officer to hold the position of Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) of the UK Armed Forces. He was also Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the now dormant Cuttlefish Corporation.


He was elected for Congress of the UK as a part of the Radical Freethinkers Alliance and served 1 term. He has since had no further political aspirations.


He was twice First Sea Lord (1SL) of the Royal Navy, a position gained through his personable leadership style, rank knowledge and the invention of the Navy's special "training fleet". After a cabinet reshuffle, he moved on to take over the newly created role of Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) overseeing all the UK military as a direct undersee to the Minister of Defence.


Other positions


  • Air Chief Marshal Air Chief Marshal (RAF)
  • Admiral Admiral (RN)
  • Lieutenyant Lieutenyant (RN)
  • Lieutenant Lieutenant (RN)
  • Able Rate Able Rate (RN)

Commands (historical)

  • Adjutant-General to the Forces (AG)
  • Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS)
  • First Sea Lord (1SL)
  • Minister of Defence (MoD)
  • First Sea Lord (1SL)
  • Second Sea Lord (2SL)
  • Third Sea Lord (3SL)
  • Flag Officer Training Wing (FOTW)
    • Commander Training Fleet
    • Commandant Naval Academy
  • Commander Atlantic Fleet
  • Commanding Officer HMS Cardiff
  • Executive Officer HMS Cardiff

Ranks (historical)



  • Conspicuous Gallantry Cross
  • Distinguished Service Order
  • Military Cross


  • British Academy Minister of the Month


The Napier Sabre is the newspaper owned and published by R.R. Napier.

Also notable is the formatting in his name of which is often an obstacle of frustration for the search bar and any API!

Military Decorations

Conspicuous Gallantry CrossDistinguished Service OrderMilitary CrossRoyal Navy Service Ribbon
Royal Marines Service RibbonSpecial Forces Support Group RibbonBritish Army Service RibbonNew Navy Service Ribbon
North Atlantic Campaign MedalNordic Campaign MedalSecond Asian Campaign MedalNew England Campaign Medal
Second Eastern European Campaign MedalWestern European Campaign MedalGreat British Campaign MedalUlster Campaign Medal
Amazon Campaign MedalUK-Terra 5th Great War MedalSecond Irish Invasion Campaign Medal
Military offices
Preceded by
AotF. Accalia
1st Sea Lord, CO Royal Navy Succeeded by
AotF. fezoj
Preceded by
AotF. fezoj
1st Sea Lord, CO Royal Navy Succeeded by
AotF. Nice Guy Eddie
New office
Provision of professional
armed forces head
Chief of the Defence Staff Succeeded by
Field Marshal Tom Morgan
New title Adjutant-General to the Forces Vacant
New title Lieutenant of the Admiralty Vacant