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Charles Broughton

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Sir Charles Broughton
Born(1911-04-27)27 April 1911
New Zealand
Died17 May 1998(1998-05-17) (aged 87)
AllegianceUnited Kingdom
Service/branchRoyal Air Force
Years of service1930–68
RankAir Marshal
Commands heldAir Member for Supply and Organisation (1966–68)
RAF Stornoway (1941)
No. 48 Squadron (1941)
Battles/warsSecond World War
AwardsKnight Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Companion of the Order of the Bath
Mentioned in Despatches (4)

Air Marshal Sir Charles Broughton, KBE, CB (27 April 1911 – 17 May 1998) was a Royal Air Force officer who served as Air Member for Supply and Organisation from 1966 until his retirement in 1968.

RAF career

Broughton joined the Royal Air Force in 1930.[1] He served in the Second World War as Officer Commanding No. 48 Squadron and then as Station Commander at RAF Stornoway before joining the Air Staff at Headquarters No. 15 Group.[1] He continued his war service as Senior Personnel Staff Officer at Headquarters Air Defence Eastern Mediterranean and then as a member of the Directing Staff at the RAF Staff College (Overseas) in Haifa.[1]

After the war he was on the staff at Headquarters RAF Flying Training Command and then at the Air Ministry.[1] He was appointed Senior Air Staff Officer at Headquarters RAF Transport Command in 1958, Director-General of Organisation at the Air Ministry in 1961 and UK Permanent Military Deputy at CENTO in 1965 before becoming Air Member for Supply and Organisation in 1966,[2] and retiring in 1968.[1]

References

Military offices
Preceded by
Sir John Davis
Air Member for Supply and Organisation
1966–1968
Succeeded by
Sir Thomas Prickett
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