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Air Commodore C J Turner (49931)

Clifford John            b:   21 Dec 1918                      r:   21 Dec 1973                d:  30 Jul 1992

CB - 1 Jan 1973, MBE - 1 Jun 1953, CEng, FRAeS

A/A:  xx Jan 1935, AC1:  xx xxx xxxx, LAC:  xx xxx xxxx, Cpl:  xx xxx xxxx, Sgt:  xx xxx xxxx, Plt Off (P):  16 Jan 1943, Fg Off (P) (WS):  16 Jul 1943, Flt Lt: xx xxx xxxx, Fg Off: xx xxx xxxx (adjusted to 16 Jan 1944 on 9 Mar 1948), Flt Lt (WS): 16 Jul 1946, Flt Lt: 25 Oct 1946, Sqn Ldr:  1 Jan 1954, Wg Cdr:  1 Jan 1959, Gp Capt:  1 Jan 1965, A/Cdre: 1 Jul 1969

xx Jan 1935:              Aircraft Apprentice, 31st Entry, No 1 School of Technical Training (Apprentices)

xx xxx 1938:              Airman/NCO (567401)

16 Jan 1943:              Appointed to a Emergency Commission in the Technical Branch

24 Oct 1946:             Appointed to an Extended Service Commission in the Technical Branch in the rank of Flying Officer

22 Jul 1948:               Appointed to a Permanent Commission in the Technical Branch in the rank of Flight Lieutenant

xx xxx xxxx:               Attended RAF Staff College.

 2 Feb 1959:              Staff Officer, Directorate of Aircraft Engineering.

xx xxx 1960:              Staff Officer, Deputy Directorate of Engineering (Plans)

23 Aug 1965:             Directing Staff, RAF Staff College Bracknell.

 8 Jan 1968:               Officer Commanding, RAF Colerne

24 Feb 1969:             Air Officer Engineering, HQ Training Command

He was born in Eastbourne, Sussex and died in Vernon, British Columbia, Canada.

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