Chris Moran

Chris Moran

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Air Chief Marshal Sir Christopher Hugh Moran, KCB, OBE, MVO, ADC, FRAeS (28 April 1956 – 26 May 2010), commonly known as Sir Chris Moran, was a fast jet pilot and later a senior commander in the Royal Air Force. He died unexpectedly on 26 May 2010 and at the time of his death he was Commander-in-Chief of Air Command.

Early and family life

Moran was born in Urmston, Lancashire, and educated at Bishop Ullathorne School in Coventry in the late sixties and early seventies before attending the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology to study Mechanical Engineering. In 1974, whilst studying at university, Moran became a university cadet in the Royal Air Force. Moran graduated from UMIST in 1977 with a BSc and went to RAF College Cranwell for his initial training with the RAF. He was later to earn an MA from King's College London.

Early career

After completing pilot training, Moran converted onto the Harrier with No. 233 Operational Conversion Unit. In 1980 Moran entered productive service, flying Harriers with No. IV Squadron. In 1983 he returned to No. 233 Operational Conversion Unit, attending a weapons instructors' course before returning to No. IV Squadron as a Qualified......
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