ⓘ Trenchard (disambiguation)

                                     

ⓘ Trenchard (disambiguation)

Hugh Trenchard, 1st Viscount Trenchard was a British officer who was instrumental in establishing the Royal Air Force.

Of Trenchard may also refer to:

                                     
  • George Trenchard is the name of: George Trenchard c. 1548 1630 MP for Bridport 1571, Dorchester 1572 and Dorset 1584 George Trenchard died 1610 c
  • John Trenchard is the name of: John Trenchard Secretary of State 1640 1695 John Trenchard writer 1662 1723 John Trenchard of Warmwell c.1596 1662
  • Henry Trenchard may refer to: Henry Trenchard MP for Dorchester 1668 - 1720 Henry Trenchard MP for Poole c.1652 - 94
  • Thomas Trenchard is a football coach. Thomas Trenchard may also refer to: Thomas Trenchard Dorset MP 1582 1657 English MP for Dorset, 1621, 1645
  • Entrenchment disambiguation related terms Tranche, one of a number of related securities offered as part of the same transaction Trenchard disambiguation Trencher
  • 1899 1965 American mobster The Camel, nickname of Hugh Trenchard 1st Viscount Trenchard 1873 1956 Marshal of the First Royal Air Force River Camel
  • Force Board. The post was created in 1918 with Major General Sir Hugh Trenchard as the first incumbent. The current and 30th Chief of the Air Staff is
  • refer to: Spoiled child Military brat Military brat U.S. subculture Trenchard Brat, a nickname for aircraft apprentices in the British Royal Air Force
  • police officer Hugh Arbuthnot British Army officer British soldier and politician Hugh Trenchard 1st Viscount Trenchard British airman and soldier
  • shoot may also refer to: Turkey Shoot 1982 film directed by Brian Trenchard - Smith Turkey Shoot 2014 film directed by Jon Hewitt Turkey Shoot