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Air Commodore P P W Taylor (607761)

Peter Philip Wallington           b:   2 Jan 1937                        r:  3 Apr 1987             d: 24 Jul 2019

CBE 31 Dec 1981, AFC 12 Jun 1976.

Fg Off: 29 Jul 1958, Flt Lt: 29 Jan 1961, Sqn Ldr: 1 Jul 1967, Wg Cdr: 1 Jul 1974, Gp Capt: 1 Jan 1980, A/Cdre: 1 Jan 1984.

xx Sep 1955:   Flight Cadet, 'B' Sqn RAF College.

29 Jul 1958:     Appointed to a Permanent Commission.

xx xxx 1958:     Attended Hunter Conversion Course.

xx xxx xxxx:      Pilot, No 19 Sqn

xx xxx 1961:     Pilot, No 92 Sqn.

xx xxx 1963:     Adjutant, RAF Chivenor

xx xxx 1965:     Flight Commander, No 8 Sqn

xx xxx 1968:

xx xxx 1970:     Attended Army Staff College, Camberley

xx Jan 1972:     Flight Commander, No IV Sqn 

 3 Dec 1973:    Officer Commanding, No 1 Sqn (Harriers Wittering)

13 Jul 1977:     Exchange posting, HQ Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB.

xx xxx 1979:     Attended Jaguar Conversion Course, No 226 OCU

12 Dec 1978:   Officer Commanding, RAF Bruggen.

17 Oct 1980 xx xxx xxxx:   ADC to the Queen.

 4 Jan 1982:     Deputy Director of Systems and Weapons Requirements (RAF) (DOR2)

19 Sep 1983:   Director of Personnel (Air).

 2 Jan 1985:     Director of Personnel (Air).

 6 Jan 1986:     AOC, Air Cadets/Commandant, Air Training Corps.

He represented the RAF College at Cricket and Rugby and attained the rank of Under Officer.  In 1961 he was a member of 92 Squadrions's aerobatic team originally named 'The Falcon' but renamed, in May 1961, 'The Blue Diamonds'.  Retired at his own request

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