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Albert Charles Scott CBE (1872-16 March 1969), was a Vice-Admiral in the Royal Navy.
Scott was born in 1872 and was educated at Burgoyne House Academy. He subsequently entered the Royal Navy.
He served in the cruiser HMS Raleigh, the flagship of the Cape Squadron, between January 1889 and October 1890, and in the cruiser HMS Calypso from December 1890 to November 1891. The Calypso was principally in Home waters but also made cruises to the West Indies and Norway. Scott was made Captain on 31 December 1911. From October 1914 until March 1916 he commanded the light cruiser HMS Blonde, which was attached to the 4th Battle Squadron of the Grand Fleet, and moved to command HMS Dublin as part of the 2nd Light Cruiser Squadron between March and December 1916.
In 1918 Scott was awarded the CBE. He retired from the Navy as vice-admiral and died on 16 March 1969.
He was the cousin of the Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott.
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