11 relations: Active Royal Navy Vessels in 1981, Adrian Johns, Alan West, Baron West of Spithead, Anthony Whetstone, F52, Leander-class frigate, Nigel Essenhigh, Raymond Lygo, Vice Chief of the Naval Staff, Warship (TV series), 4th Frigate Squadron (United Kingdom).
The following vessels were in commission, planned or under construction for Her Majesty's Royal Navy in 1981.
Vice Admiral Sir Adrian James Johns, (born 1 September 1951) is a former senior officer in the Royal Navy, serving as Second Sea Lord between 2005 and 2008.
Admiral Alan William John West, Baron West of Spithead, (born 21 April 1948) is a retired senior officer of the Royal Navy and formerly, from June 2007 to May 2010, a Labour Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the British Home Office with responsibility for security and a security advisor to Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Rear Admiral Anthony John Whetstone CB (born 12 June 1927) is a former Royal Navy officer who served as Flag Officer Sea Training.
F52 or F-52 may refer to.
The Leander-class, or Type 12M frigates,Purvis, M.K., 'Post War RN Frigate and Guided Missile Destroyer Design 1944-1969', Transactions, Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA), 1974 comprising twenty-six vessels, was among the most numerous and long-lived classes of frigate in the Royal Navy's modern history.
Admiral Sir Nigel Richard Essenhigh (born 8 November 1944) is a former Royal Navy officer who served as First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff from 2001 to 2002.
Admiral Sir Raymond Derek Lygo, KCB (15 March 1924 – 7 March 2012) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Vice Chief of the Naval Staff.
The Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (V.C.N.S.) was a senior appointment in the Royal Navy usually a three-star rank and had a NATO ranking code of OF-8 that existed from 1941 to 1985 and was a member of the Admiralty Naval Staff.
Warship is a popular British television drama series produced by the BBC between 1973 and 1977.
The 4th Frigate Squadron was an administrative unit of the Royal Navy from 1948 to 2004.