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Hugh Trenchard

Hugh Trenchard, 1st Viscount Trenchard
Taunton 1873 - London 1956
British officer who was instrumental in establishing the Royal Air Force. He has been described as the Father of the Royal Air Force
William McMillan
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Bronze statue of Trenchard. Around the plinth are the four badges of the Royal Air Force, the Royal Scots Fusiliers, the Metropolitan Police, and the W.A.F.F.

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marshall of the royal air force
g.c.b. o.m. g.c.v.o. d.s.o.

chief of the air staff 1918. 1919-1929
royal scots fusiliers.         1893-1919
west african
        frontier force         1903-1910
royal flying corps         1912-1918
royal air force         1918-1956
commissioner of the police
        of the metropolis         1931-1935


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Unveiled 19 July 1961 by Harold Macmillan. Richardson was an old friend of Trenchard's and offered to design the pedestal free of charge.


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