pilot officer

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BUTLER, Charles Henry (1881 - 1941), Pilot Officer, RAFVR

Twiss, (Lionel) Peter (1921-2011), naval officer and test pilot

Davies, Richard Bell (1886-1966), pilot and naval officer

MacROBERT, Iain Workman (1917 - 1941), Pilot Officer RAF

DE BATHE, Christopher Albert (1905 - 1941), Pilot Officer RAFVR; late 2nd Lieut Highland LI

Police Community Support Officers in Schools: Findings from an Evaluation of a Pilot Training Programme for School Liaison Officers

CARR, Harry Lascelles (1907 - 1943), Pilot Officer RAFVR; News Editor, News of the World, since 1926; Director, News of the World, since 1935

KERR, Philip Walter (died 1941), Pilot Officer, RAFVR, serving War of 1939–45; Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms since 1928

Whiteley, William Tattersall (1886 - 1949), late Lieutenant Commander RNVR and Major RAF; Pilot Officer RAFVR 1939, Flight Lt 1940

Annesley, Beresford Cecil Bingham (1894 - 1957), late Lieut 6th Batt. Royal Fusiliers; Pilot Officer in RAFVR, 1941

HALL-MATTHEWS, Dr Anthony Francis Berners (born 1940), Bishop of Carpentaria, 1984–96, Emeritus, 2011; Chaplain and Welfare Officer, Honourable Company of Air Pilots (formerly Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators), Australian Region, since 2010

STOTT, George Edward (1887 - 1957), Capt. (retired) late 10th Bn The Manchester Regt, TA; late Pilot Officer, Administrative and Special Duties Branch, RAFVR; a registered archt

Officers in Flight Suits: The Story of American Air Force Fighter Pilots in the Korean War. By John Darrell Sherwood. (New York University Press, 1996. xiv, 239 pp. $26.95, ISBN 0-8147-8038-5.)

WILSON, Arnold (Talbot) (1884 - 1940), MP (Nat. C.) Hitchin (Herts) Division since 1933; Pilot Officer for General Duties (Air Gunner) RAFVR, Oct. 1939; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1919; JP; late Indian Political Department

ALLBERRY, Albert Spenser (1880 - 1949), Assistant Editor, The Field, April 1946, and Advisory Editor Golf Illustrated; Publicity Officer to Air Ministry and Head of Branch for RAF Exhibitions in liberated countries until April 1946; Editor of Citizen Service (incorporating Rising Strength); Assistant Editor The Navy; Editor-in-Chief Red Cross and St John Emergency Committee, 1939; Pilot Officer RAFVR, 1940, resigned owing to health; in 1942 flew Atlantic in bomber on special mission to USA for the Air Ministry; Free Lance Journalist; Press Liaison Officer, Sea Power, Empire Art and other important Art Exhibitions; Editor-in-Chief Holiday Travel; Editor of This Homeland of Ours, 3 vols; Editor of Piccadilly, 1929–30; late Editor-in-Chief of the Bystander; Acting Editor, 1916; Assistant Editor and Art Editor, 1909


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The lowest rank of officer in the RAF, above warrant officer and below flying officer.

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