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Albert Frank                 b: 28 Sep 1894                    r: 28 May 1946                               d: xx xxx 1977

CB – 1 Jan 1946, MBE – 22 Dec 1919, AFC – 23 Jun 1936, LoM (Off) – 15 Mar 1946.

For a list of foreign decoration abbreviations, click here 

(Army): - Pvt: xx xxx xxxx, L/Cpl: xx xxx xxxx, Cpl: xx xxx xxxx,  Sgt: xx xxx xxxx, F/Sgt: xx xxx xxxx, (T) 2Lt (P): 12 Oct 1916, (T) 2Lt: xx xxx xxxx, (T) Lt: 1 Jan 1918.

(RAF): - Lt: 1 Apr 1918, Fg Off (O): 1 Aug 1919, Fg Off (A): 10 Oct 1919, Flt Lt: 1 Jan 1923, Sqn Ldr: 1 Feb 1932, Wg Cdr: 1 Apr 1937, (T) Gp Capt: 1 Jun 1940, Act A/Cdre: 20 Aug 1942, Gp Capt (WS): 20 Feb 1943, (T) A/Cdre: 1 Jun 1943, Gp Capt: 1 Dec 1943, Act AVM: 1 Jun – 31 Oct 1945, AVM: Retained.

xx xxx 1912:                 Soldier, RFC

12 Oct 1916:                Appointed to a Commission for duty with the RFC.

12 Oct 1916:                Equipment Officer 3rd Class, RFC

 1 Jan 1918:                 Equipment Officer 2nd Class, RFC

 1 Aug 1919:                Graded Flying Officer (O) from (T)

10 Oct 1919:                Graded Flying Officer (A) from (O)

17 Nov 1919:               Observer, HMS Argus.

15 Apr 1920:               Observer, No 205 Sqn.

 1 Mar 1921:                Technical Officer, No 2 Flying Training School.

17 Sep 1923:               Staff, HQ No 10 Group.

xx xxx xxxx:                  Supernumerary?

18 Nov 1925:               Signals Officer, HQ, Iraq Command.

xx xxx xxxx:                  Supernumerary?

 1 Mar 1928:                Staff Officer, Signals Branch.

 4 Jan 1932:                 Attended Flying Boat Pilots’ Course, RAF Base Calshot.

28 Jul 1932:                 Flight Commander, No 210 Sqn.

xx May 1934:               Officer Commanding, No 210 Sqn.

 1 May 1936:               Chief Signals Officer, HQ No 11 (Fighter) Group.

 6 May 1937:               Chief Signals Officer, HQ Coastal Command.

21 Dec 1939:               Staff Officer, Directorate of Signals.

24 Apr 1940:               Transferred to the Technical Branch

xx xxx 1941:                 Director of Signals, Air Commission, Washington.

 1 Jun 1945                  Controller of Signals Equipment, British Air Commission, Washington.

He was awarded his MBE for service in North Russia during 1919.

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