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Assistant Chief of the Air Staff

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Assistant Chief of the Air Staff

The Assistant Chief of the Air Staff (ACAS) is a senior appointment in the Royal Air Force. The incumbent is in practical terms the deputy to the head of the RAF, the Chief of the Air Staff.

The ACAS post was established in 1985 by eliminating the Vice Chief of the Air Staff and combining the Policy and Operations two star assistant chiefs. In 1992, ACAS became a member of the Air Force Board. One of the many duties of the ACAS is to sit on the board of the Civil Aviation Authority.

Assistant chiefs of the air staff

References

  1. ^ Royal Air Force Air Rank Appointments List 08/09 retrieved 27 October 2009
  2. ^ Royal Air Force Air Rank Appointments List 03/13 retrieved 8 May 2013
  3. ^ "AIR RANK AND COMMAND APPOINTMENTS LIST 11.14". Senior Appointments. Royal Air Force. 9 December 2014. Retrieved 22 April 2015. 

External links

  • Air of Authority – A History of RAF Organisation – Air Council Appointments
  • Royal Air Force – Assistant Chief of the Air Staff
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