David Henderson (British Army Officer)
Lieutenant General Sir David Henderson KCB, KCVO, DSO, LLD (11 August 1862 – 17 August 1921) was an officer in the British Army who came to be considered as the leading authority on tactical intelligence during the early years of the 20th century. Henderson was also the first commander of the Royal Flying Corps in the field and was instrumental in establishing the Royal Air Force as an independent service.
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... Henderson was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in 1902 for his work during the Second Boer War ... In April 1914 he was created Knight Commander of the Bath (KCB) ...
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