Air and Space Commander

Summary

The Air and Space Commander is the senior Royal Air Force officer responsible for the conduct of air operations.[1] The current Air and Space Commander is Air Marshal Allan Marshall who has been serving in the position since March 2024.[1]

Air and Space Commander
Incumbent
Air Marshal Allan Marshall
since 8 March 2024
Royal Air Force
AbbreviationASC
Member ofAir Force Board
Reports toChief of the Air Staff
AppointerThe King
WebsiteOfficial Website

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Deputy Commanders-in-Chief (Operations)

Deputy Commanders (Operations)

Air and Space Commander

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  1. ^ a b "Deputy Commander Operations". 28 August 2022.
  2. ^ RAF Air Rank Appointments List 08/06 of 25 Sep 2006 retrieved 3 Jan 2011
  3. ^ RAF Air Rank Appointments List 02/10 of 31 Mar 2010 retrieved 3 Jan 2011
  4. ^ RAF Air Rank Appointments List 04/10 of 18 Jun 2010 retrieved 3 Jan 2011
  5. ^ "Ups and outs July 2013". Defence Viewpoints. Retrieved 14 July 2013.
  6. ^ "No. 64341". The London Gazette (Supplement). 12 March 2024. p. 5003.
  7. ^ "Senior Appointments: 2023". raf.mod.uk. Royal Air Force. 14 December 2023. Retrieved 22 December 2023. Air Vice-Marshal A P Marshall OBE to be promoted Air Marshal and to be Air and Space Commander in March 2024 in succession to Air Marshal H Smyth CB OBE DFC.