Station Commander

Some articles on commander, station commander:

Leonard Slatter - Between The Wars
... He saw further active service as a flight commander on No ... After his return to Great Britain, Slatter took up duties as a flight commander on No ... He later became the squadron's commander whilst the squadron was deployed in Turkey ...
Cathcart Wight-Boycott - Service History - Royal Air Force
... he was promoted again to Acting Squadron Leader and appointed as flight commander of ‘B’ flight ... having been made substantive he was promoted to Acting Wing Commander and posted to RAF West Malling as Officer Commanding No ... Between December 1942 and January 1943 he took the additional temporary role of Station Commander at West Malling ...
Clive Bairsto
... CBE is a Royal Air Force officer and former Air Officer Scotland and Station Commander RAF Leuchars ... Wg Cdr) 2001 United Kingdom force Operation RESINATE (North), Incirlik, Turkey (Gp Capt) 2005 Station Commander RAF Akrotiri / Commander of the Western SBA, Cyprus (Gp Capt) 2006 AOC 83 Expeditionary Air Group, Al ...
John Tremayne Babington - RAF Career
... He was appointed Station Commander at RAF Gosport in 1927 and went on to be a Station Commander in Iraq in January 1929 before becoming British Air ... He became Station Commander of RAF Halton and Commandant, No ...

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