ⓘ Inspector-General of the RAF

                                     

ⓘ Inspector-General of the RAF

The Inspector-General of the RAF was a senior appointment in the Royal Air Force, responsible for the inspection of airfields. The post existed from 1918 to 1920 and from 1935 until the late 1960s. For much of World War II, a second inspector-general post existed.

The first creation of the post began on 22 August 1918 as a member of the Council air. However, in February or March of next year, the inspector General stopped to sit on the Board in the air.

                                     
  • The Commandant - General of the RAF Regiment CG RAF Regt is the Royal Air Force commander of the RAF Regiment. The post was established in January 1942
  • for Personnel in 1957 and Inspector - General of the RAF in 1959 before retiring in 1962. Air of Authority A History of RAF Organisation Air Marshal
  • Headquarters Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in 1953, Inspector - General of the RAF in 1956 and Air Member for Supply and Organisation in 1958 before
  • Vice - Chief of the Air Staff in 1947, and then Commander in Chief of the Western Union s air forces in 1948. In 1951 he became Inspector General of the RAF James
  • before becoming Inspector - General of the RAF in 1948. He was made Air Member for Supply and Organisation in September 1948 and Head of the RAF Staff in Washington
  • Commanding - in - Chief RAF Middle East from March 1939, and then Inspector - General of the RAF before retiring in 1941. In retirement he served as Gentleman Usher of the Black
  • was as Inspector - General of the RAF in 1945, in which capacity he took part in the Victory Parade in June 1946 before retiring in 1947. Air of Authority
  • create RAF Fighter Command, RAF Bomber Command, RAF Coastal Command and RAF Training Command. He then served as Inspector - General of the RAF until his
  • Training Units, at the expense of the availability of front line airmen. He spent the remainder of the war as Inspector - General of the RAF and did not retire
  • Officer Commanding - in - Chief British Air Forces of Occupation before becoming Inspector - General of the RAF in 1951. Williams air force career was cut short
  • Chief of the Air Staff from 1966 before becoming Inspector - General of the RAF in 1967, and retiring in 1969. Air of Authority A History of RAF Organisation
  • RAF Bomber Command before becoming Commandant - General of the RAF Regiment in 1950 and Inspector - General of the RAF in 1952. Strafford was one of the representatives