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James Eberle

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Years of service  1941 - 1982
Awards  Order of the Bath
Rank  Admiral
Name  James Eberle
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Battles/wars  World War II
Service/branch  Royal Navy
Commands held  Fleet
Battles and wars  World War II

Born  31 May 1927
Died  17 May 2018 (aged 90)
Books  Jim, First of the Pack: A History of the Britannia Beagles During One Hundred Years of Hare Hunting in South Devon, 1878-1978

Admiral Sir James Henry Fuller Eberle GCB (born 31 May 1927) was Commander-in-Chief Fleet.


Naval career

Educated at Clifton College and the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Eberle was commissioned into the Royal Navy in 1941. He served in World War II.

He was promoted to Rear Admiral in 1971 and was appointed Assistant Chief of Fleet Support the following year. He became Flag Officer Sea Training in 1974, Flag Officer Aircraft Carriers and Amphibious Ships in 1975 and Chief of Fleet Support in 1977. He went on to be Commander-in-Chief Fleet in 1979 and Commander-in-Chief Naval Home Command in 1981; he retired in 1982.

In retirement he became Director of the Royal Institute for International Affairs. He was also Rear Admiral and then Vice-Admiral of the United Kingdom and became Master of the Britannia Beagles hunt.

James Eberle Admiral Sir James Eberle Glossy Signed Photograph eBay


In 1950 he married Ann Patricia Thompson; they went on to have one son, Peter Eberle, and two daughters, Susan and Sarah Eberle.


James Eberle Wikipedia

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