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Chief of the Air Staff's Warrant Officer

The Chief of the Air Staff's Warrant Officer (CASWO) is the senior warrant officer of the Royal Air Force. The person holding this appointment advises the Chief of the Air Staff on matters concerning airmen and airwoman of the RAF.[1] The post was created in 1998.[2]

List Chief of the Air Staff's Warrant Officers

Name Years CAS
Warrant Officer Greg Dutton MBE BEM
Warrant Officer Robert Loughlin[3] - 2006 Air Chief Marshal Sir Jock Stirrup
Warrant Officer MBE 2006 - 2009 Air Chief Marshal Sir Glenn Torpy
Warrant Officer Gary Wilcox 2009 – 2012 Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton
Warrant Officer Graeme Spark 2012–present Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford

The Royal Navy equivalent is the Warrant Officer of the Naval Service[4] and in the Royal Marines the Corps Regimental Sergeant Major.

References

  1. ^ "Welsh Warrant Officer steps down from top job". 2009. 
  2. ^ "RAF Halton Hosts the Chief of the Air Staff’s Conference for Warrant Officers". RAF Halton. 2010. Retrieved 3 November 2010. The conference has taken place annually for the last 12 years, since the post of Chief of the Air Staff’s Warrant Officer (CASWO) was created. 
  3. ^ "Bob's proud to protect the crown jewels". Ipswich Star. 4 September 2007. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 
  4. ^ http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/News-and-Events/Latest-News/2013/April/24/130424-Warrant-Officer-First-Class-in-a-class-of-his-own

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