Hello all, As part of my degree we had a lecturer from the National Royal Navy museum come and talk to us about life aboard a modern submarine (he himself being in the navy for 10 years). Although the talk itself was pretty decent, I left it with a slight unease about the extent to which a Junior officer is expected to lead on a ship. This officer was a navigator, and from what I could infer from the talk there was no one else under his control/ in his department. It made me realise that I can pretty accurately think of the leadership roles that an Army Officer performs on operations, I have no idea what a Royal Navy Warfare Officer does. So to cut my ramble short, what command positions do Warfare Officers take, and is the leadership that they exhibit in anyway comparable to the other services? Cheers, Harry.