Saturday, 18 September 2021
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Promotions and retirements amongst the UK military at one star level and above (one stars on 2nd page)

Rear Adm C C C Johnstone CBE to succeed Rear Adm M J Parr as ACNS (Policy) in May 2012
Air Vice Marshal J A Young OBE to be Director Technical DEST wef 10 Dec 12
Air Vice Marshal A K Mozumber QHC to be Commander Def Primary Care JFC wef 6 Jan 13 (new post)
Cdre B J Key to be promoted Rear Adm and succeed Rear Adm C C C Johnstone CBE as FOST April 2013
Cdre P M Bennett OBE to be promoted Rear Admiral, succeed Maj Gen A R D Sharpe OBE as Dir, Concepts and Doctrine wef Feb 2013 

Gp Capt J Burr CBE, DFC to be promoted Air Cdre and succeed Big W Dechow RM as Dep Dir Mil Support wef 10 Dec 12
Gp Capt D J F Lee to be promoted Air Cdre and succeed Air Cdre J N Ager as Air Mobility Force Cdr in April 2013
Gp Capt A J Byford to be promoted Air Cdre and succeed Air Cdre P Lyall OBE as Asst Cdr (Air) at Jt Services Command & Staff College in April 2013
Capt A C Lison RN to be promoted acting Cdre, succeeding Cdr M J Troy as Head of Helicopters 1 at DES wef Nov 2012

Retirements :
Brigadier J J S Bourne-May 1st September
Brigadier P D McEvoy 1st September
Brigadier T S Ogilvie-Graham 1st September
Brigadier D J R Martin 3rd September
Brigadier R A P Cary 17th September

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