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Air Commodore T C Miller ()


Thomas Coates            b:   19 Jun 1890                      r:   18 Jul 1948                d:  7 Jan 1977

MC - 8 Mar 1918

(Army): (T) 2 Lt:  26 May 1917, (T) Lt:  26 Nov 1918, (T) Capt: 23 May 1919,

(RAF): Flt Lt: 15 Jan 1921, Sqn Ldr:  1 Jul 1925, Wg Cdr:  1 Jan 1936, (T) Gp Capt:  1 Jun 1940, Gp Capt:  1 Jul 1942, Act A/Cdre: xx xxx xxxx, A/Cdre: retained

26 May1917:              Officer, 32nd Battalion, Machine Gun Corps

23 May 1919:             Station Accountant Officer (Class GG)

16 Jul 1919:               Station Accountant Officer (Class FF)

19 Nov 1919:             Seconded to Corps of Military Accountants

14 Jan 1921:              Transferred to Corps of Military Accountants

14 Jan 1921:              Accountant Officer 5th Class

15 Jan 1921:              Relinquished his commission in the Corps of Military Accountants

15 Jan 1921:               Appointed to a Permanent Commission in the Accountant Branch in the rank of Flight Lieutenant

25 Apr 1921:              Stores Officer (Accountant), Electrical and Wireless School

22 Jun 1921:               Accountant Officer, Stores Depot, Egypt

30 Oct 1925               Supernumerary, RAF Depot

18 Mar 1926:             Senior Accountant Officer, No 3 Stores Depot

 2 Jun 1930:               Senior Accountant Officer, Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment

 2 Jan 1931:               Senior Accountant Officer, Aircraft Depot - Iraq

24 Feb 1933:             Senior Accountant Officer, No 5 Flying Training School

 8 Mar 1936:             Senior Accountant Officer, Home Aircraft Depot/RAF Henlow

21 Apr 1939:            Command Accountant, British Forces in Iraq

25 Jan 1943:             Command Accountant, Maintenance Command

Citation for the award of the Military Cross

"T/2nd Lt Thomas Coates Miller, 32nd Bn., M.G.Corps.

For great coolness and initiative during the attack on Chataignes Wood, near Joncourt, on 3rd October, 1918  He led his platoon most gallantly through barrages after personally reconnoitring the routes, inflicted many casualties on the enemy, and materially assisted in neutralising the fire of the enemy machine guns.  In this way he materially assisted our infantry in their advance."

(London Gazette - 4 October 1919)

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