Established in 1546 during the reign of King Edward VI of England, the Royal Navy was formed upon the ego of his predecessor, Henry VIII. It would later go on to defeat the Spanish Armada under the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

The Royal Navy is commanded by the Chief of Naval Staff, who simultaneously holds the title of Lord High Admiral and is represented in His Majesty's Government by himself.

Forged by the tides, molded in the surf, one Navy stands above the rest holding Great Britain's dominion firmly on the globe. In the name of God, King, and Country, the Royal Navy stands ready to serve, protect, and conquer.