THE NAVAL REVIEW
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The Naval Review Centenary Fellowship Sponsored By Ultra Electronics

The Naval Review Centenary Fellowship is an award for outstanding junior officers of Lieutenant rank or below in the Royal Navy. The Naval Review is partnered by the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy and sponsored by Ultra Electronics. The new award is a secondment to the Royal Australian Navy, in Australia, for a six-week study period and is likely to be highly sought-after in the continuing professional development of Royal Naval officers. The first award was in 2010.

The aims of The Naval Review Centenary Fellowship are to
  • Encourage international understanding early in the career of a high-flying officer
  • Maintain good relationships between the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy
  • Reward and encourage strategic thinking and persuasive writing in junior officers
Ultra Electronics has undertaken a generous five-year sponsorship to support this Fellowship. Ultra Electronics is an international company delivering innovative capabilities across the aerospace, defence, security and energy domains. Ultra is comprised of twenty-five businesses, which deliver over one hundred distinct market niches, creating innovative specialist system capabilities and solutions that are often mission-critical to the platform to which they contribute. For more information about Ultra please visit www.ultra-electronics.com

Sir Jeremy Blackham KCB MA, the Editor of The Naval Review, said: ‘The Naval Review is delighted to establish this Fellowship which is in line with its objective of furthering professional development in the Royal Navy and at the same time cementing the close historical links between the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy.’