Captain Hubert E Gore-Langton

Captain of Cossack 11 February 1917 – 6 July 1917
Gore-Langton gained seven months' time on passing out of Britannia. He was appointed to Magnificent in the Channel on 15 January, 1899.
Gore-Langton was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 31 December, 1904.[1]
Around late 1906 and early 1907 while in Ariadne, he was involved in "Aim Corrector Experiments."[2]
Gore-Langton was appointed in command of the destroyer Afridi on 3 December, 1912.[3]
Gore-Langton was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Commander on 31 December, 1912. In 1913, he was placed on half-pay in order that he could attend to "urgent private affairs."[4]
On 20 December, 1913, he was appointed in command of the destroyer Ghurka.[5]
He was appointed in command of the destroyer Midge on 3 February, 1914.[6]
On some date in 1915, perhaps 11 August, he was judged to have engaged in "insubordinate conduct on H.M.S. Midge", which elicited severe displeasure.[7]
Gore-Langton grounded Phoebe on 27 January, 1918 and was cautioned to be more careful in future.[8]
Gore-Langton was specially promoted to the rank of Commander on 23 April, 1918 for services during operations on the Belgian Coast.[9]
Phoebe collided with Murray on 6 September, 1918 and Gore-Langton was considered partly to blame.[10]
Gore-Langton was placed on the Retired List as unfit on 8 May 1919.[11] In 1927, it was noted that he was not qualified for a step in rank upon reaching the age of 45.
Gore-Langton was admitted to Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth on 10 September 1941 with a nervous debility. Following a series of re-surveys, on 12 December he was made a hospital case at Plymouth.
He reverted to the Retired List as medically unfit on 16 January, 1942.