'HM' and ' toe the line'. Apart from that your credentials are strategic.
As to 'situational awareness', his distrust of Naval Intelligence formed a greater cloud than the hundred belching funnels...
A cheap shot.
Having been misinformed by the Admiralty to the effect that Scheer was still in the Jade, and sent other somewhat stale info that conflicted with what was being reported by his cruisers, it's hardly surprising that Jellicoe was a bit chary of what he was being told from London.
It is also to the point that the Admiralty failed to pass an absolute indication (an intercepted request for Zeppelin reconnaissance) that Scheer's chosen route home was via the Horns Reef.
I think he's being a bit hard on Jellicoe in suggesting that we could have had another 'Trafalgar'.
Forcing battle on an enemy whose entire immediate aim was to avoid it was, in my view having read up on Jutland quite a bit recently, impossible.........
How very thoughtful of you, I did wonder what your duties entailed. Having watched the programme last night, it would appear that Beatty was a swaggering peacock and a scoundrel,whereas Jellicoe was an officer and a gentleman.