HMS Forward (shore establishment 1939)
|Newhaven, East Sussex|
|Type||Royal Naval Headquarters|
|Controlled by||United Kingdom|
- HMS Marlborough, the Electrical Training School at Eastbourne.
- HMS Forward II (renamed HMS Aggressive in 1942), the Coastal Forces base at Newhaven.
- The Combined Operations Landing Craft bases of HMS Newt at Newhaven and HMS Lizard at Shoreham and Hove.
- HMS Vernon (R), the Torpedo, Mining & Electrical Training Establishment at Roedean School, Brighton.
In 1941 a complex of tunnels were constructed 20 m (66 ft) underground to house a centre which plotted all shipping traffic in the English Channel between Dungeness and Selsey Bill, in conjunction with the coastal radar chain.
Forward was decommissioned on 31 August 1945.
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- Ellis, Geoffrey (2011). "Royal Naval HQ, HMS Forward, Newhaven, 1939-1945". The Secret Tunnels of South Heighton. Retrieved 5 November 2011.
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