|Active||2010 - present|
|Allegiance||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Part of||Ministry of Defence, Naval Service|
|Garrison/HQ||HQ HMS Excellent, Whale Island, Hampshire|
|Admiral Tony Radakin|
Navy Command is the current headquarters body of the Royal Navy, and its major organisational grouping. It is a hybrid, neither a command, nor simply an installation. Royal Navy official writings describe Navy Command Headquarters both as a physical site, on Whale Island, a collective formed of the most senior RN officers, and as a budgetary grouping.
On 1 April 2006 the Fleet Top Level Budget was established. A Top Level Budget (TLB) is the major financial accounting group of the MOD. On 1 April 2010 the Fleet TLB was renamed Navy Command following the merger of the Commander-in-Chief Fleet and the Chief-of-Naval Personnel/ Commander-in-Chief Naval Home Command. Thus Navy Command is the Top Level Budget (holder) for the RN. Navy Command supports the First Sea Lord in the management of the Command, and delivers the Service's current and future outputs as articulated in the Command Plan.
Prior to 1964 responsibility for control and direction of the British Naval Affairs lay with Admiralty, naval command lay with the Admiralty Naval Staff. Following the merger of the Admiralty in 1964 into the new Ministry of Defence it became known as the Navy Department. The Royal Navy was historically divided into a number of fleets and ashore commands, prominent examples being the Home Fleet and Portsmouth Command. By the 1960s a system was introduced to change the previous, globally dispersed assets, the fleet system was replaced at first by a Western Fleet and Eastern Fleet. However these were also eventually abolished and their units amalgamated into CINCFLEET. At the same time, the commands established to manage individuals naval bases were replaced in 1969 after the post of Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth was merged with that of Commander-in-Chief, Portsmouth to form Naval Home Command. As overseas bases continued to be reduced, the Navy's shore establishments became more concentrated in the UK, under Naval Home Command.
Main article: Northwood Headquarters
Northwood is the UK's principal military headquarters site is home to 5 operational HQs. The UK's Strategic Command, including Permanent Joint Headquarters and the Commander Operations for the Royal Navy.
Main article: Defence Equipment and Support
Formed in April 2007 from the amalgamation of both the Defence Logistics Organisation (DLO) and the Defence Procurement Agency (DPA) to form Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S). It provides naval equipment and also responsible for sustaining the Fleet and ensuring that the required vessels and units are available for operations according to the command plan. Superintended by Chief Executive Officer of Defence Equipment and Support. 
...the current appointment of Commodore Ahlgren is Deputy Commander Operations
Commodore Craig Wood: Commander, Surface Flotilla, April 2020
Commodore James Le S. Perks: Commander, Submarine Flotilla, April 2020
Commodore Stuart H. Wright (Logs.): Head of People Strategy, Navy, November 2019
In response to your request, I can advise you that the title Flag Officer Sea Training will cease to exist on 1 May 2020 and is replaced by the 1* post of Commander Fleet Operational Sea Training
In response to all parts of your request, the post of Assistant Chief of Staff Training has ceased to exist... has endured in the new Position of Deputy Director Future Training