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Derek Bryant (RAF officer)

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Allegiance  United Kingdom
Role  RAF officer
Name  Derek Bryant

Years of service  1953–1989
Service/branch  Royal Air Force
Rank  Air vice-marshal
Born  1 November 1933 (age 82) (1933-11-01)
Commands held  RAF Coningsby RAF Staff College, Bracknell
Awards  Order of the Bath, Order of the British Empire

Air Vice Marshal Derek Thomas Bryant, (born 1 November 1933) is a former Royal Air Force officer who served as Commandant of the RAF Staff College, Bracknell from 1987 until his retirement in 1989.

RAF career

Educated at Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith, Bryant joined the Royal Air Force in 1953. He became Station Commander at RAF Coningsby in 1976, Senior Air Staff Officer No. 38 Group in 1982 and Deputy Commander Royal Air Force Germany in 1986. He went on to be Commandant of the RAF Staff College, Bracknell in 1987 before retiring in 1989.


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