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Promotions and retirements in the UK Armed Forces. One star on the second page

Brig M J Gaunt to be promoted Maj Gen, succeed Maj Gen R J Semple CBE as Director Supply Army HQ wef April 2015

Maj Gen R J Semple CBE to be Director Information Army HQ (new post) wef April 2015

Honorary ranks : Geoffrey Lord Sterling of Plaistow GCVO CBE to be promoted Honorary Vice Admiral RNR wef 2nd April 2015

Sir Donald Gosling KCVO to be promoted Honorary Vice Admiral RNR wef 2nd April 2015

Air Cdre D J F Lee to succeed Air Cdre J N Ager (who is retiring) as A CoS Capability Delivery AM&AE wef 17 July 2015

Air Cdre G M Mayhew to be appointed to new post in Cabinet Office Strategic Defence and Security Review team wef April 2015

Gp Capt D R Alexander to be promoted Air Cdre, succeed Brig J R Britain as Head Defence Logistic Policy in September 2015

Gp Capt M Byford to be promoted Air Cdre, succeed AVM Non R J M Broadridge QHS as Hd Strategy & Integration, HQ Surgeon Gnl

Gp Capt S F Lushington CBE to be promoted Air Cdre, succeed Air Cdre D J Lee as Air Mobility Force Cdr & AOAM, Brize Norton

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