Tuesday, 23 April 2019
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The following promotions, postings and retirements have been announced during the month (one star and biographical notes on the second page) :

Air Vice Marshal S J Bollom CB to be promoted Air Marshal to succeed Air Marshal Sir Kevin Leeson KCB, CBE as Chief of Defence Materiel (Air) and Air Member for Materiel on the Air Force Board wef October 2012

Air Marshal Sir Kevin Leeson KCB, CBE, Chief of Materiel (Air) is to retire from the RAF

Air Vice Marshal C W Ness CB to retire from the RAF

Maj General Gordon Messenger RM DSO* OBE to succeed Maj Gen D A Hook CBE as Director Force Reintegration HQ ISAF wef Oct 2012

Maj General D M Cullen OBE to be deputy Cammanding General III (US) Corps wef Jan 2013

Air Cdre M A Clark to be promoted to Air Vice Marshal and succeed AVM Ness as Director (Technical) in Military Aviation Authority wef 15 June 2012
Air Cdre G P Farnell OBE to be promoted Air Vice Marshal and succeed AVM Bollom as Director Combat Aircraft, DE&S on 1 August 2012

Cdre I M Jess to be promoted Rear Admiral and to be asst Chief of Naval Staff (Support) wef July 2012

Brig K D Abraham to be promoted Maj General and to be DG Army Transformation this month

Brig James Chiswell CBE MC to be promoted Maj General and to succeed Maj Gen J I Bashall CBE as  GOC 1st (UK) Armd Divn wef Oct 2012

Brig T R Urch CBE to be promoted Maj General and succeed Maj Gen D M Cullen OBE as Chief of Staff land Forces wef Oct 2012

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