List of Royal Air Force Air Chief Marshals - Honorary Air Chief Marshals

Honorary Air Chief Marshals

  • HM The Sultan of Brunei, promoted 5 November 1992
  • HRH The Prince of Wales, promoted 14 November 2006 promoted to Marshal of the Royal Air Force 16 June 2012
  • HRH The Prince Edward, promoted 1 January 1935, assumed the rank of Marshal of the Royal Air Force on 21 January 1936
  • HM King Olav V of Norway, promoted 15 September 1959
  • HRH The Duke of Kent, promoted 1 July 1996
  • HM King Olav V of Norway, promoted 15 September 1959
  • HM Frederick IX of Denmark, promoted 15 September 1959
  • HM Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden, promoted 15 September 1959
  • HM King Hussein of Jordan, promoted 19 July 1966
  • HIM The Shah of Iran, promoted 5 May 1959
  • HRH Prince Henry, promoted 27 October 1944
  • HRH Princess Alice, promoted 23 February 1990

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