Graduates of the RAAF College and RAAF Academy

 

In recognition that future air force officers required more education and training than flying skills alone, the RAAF College was established at Point Cook in 1947. This was transformed into the RAAF Academy in 1961, under an affiliation with Melbourne University.

On the opening in 1985 of the Australian Defence Force Academy as a tri-service college of the University of New South Wales, the RAAF Academy reverted to its original role of providing single-service training as the RAAF College.

The following air marshals are products of the College/Academy, shown by year of graduation:


1951
H. A. Hughes
W. H. Simmonds
I. T. Sutherland

1952
R. E. Frost
A. E. Heggen
B. J. Reynolds

1954
J. A. Paule

1955
P. J. Scully
K. J. Tuckwell

1956
R. G. Funnell
I. B. Gration
E. A. Radford

1957
B. J. Graf

1958
R. W. Bradford
H. F. Roser

1960
T. W. O'Brien

1963
G. J. J. Beck

1965
B. D. O'Loghlin

1966
B. G. Weston

1968
A. W. Titheridge

1969
K. F. Clarke
B. J. Espeland

1970
D. J. Dunlop
C. M. Hingston

1971
R. K. McLennan

1972
C. G. Spence

1974
G. D. Shepherd

1980
K. Osley
M. A. Skidmore

1983
M. E. G. Hupfeld

1985
N. C. Hart

 

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