SIDELIGHTS ON THE BRITISH SUBMARINE SERVICE: MEN AND SHIPS OF THE BRITISH SUBMARINE SERVICE, ALGIERS, 7 TO 10 FEBRUARY 1943. Officers of HM SUBMARINE URSULA stand in front of the conning tower, which has been draped with the Jolly Roger. Left to right, they are: Sub-Lieutenant W Burley, RNVR; Lieutenant A R Profit, DSC, RN; and Lieutenant A R Marshal, RN. Lt Profit is holding their pet dog 'Peter'.
1748 British Midshipman's frock coat at the National Maritime Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This frock coat of a midshipman is quite similar to the lieutenant's undress frock. However, the sleeves feature a white boot cuff divided by a three-pointed flap of blue wool. This was known as the 'mariner's cuff' and came directly from the occupational dress of sailors." Click the pin to also read some interesting facts about the collar.