Oliver Swann

Oliver Swann

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Air Vice Marshal Sir Oliver Swann KCB, CBE, RAF (18 November 1878 – 7 March 1948), born Oliver Schwann, was a leading figure in the Royal Naval Air Service and senior commander in the Royal Air Force during the first half of the 20th century.

Early naval aviation

In 1910 Schwann was selected to assist Captain Murray Sueter who was conducting pioneering naval aviation work with airships.

In November 1912, after Schwann had qualified as a pilot, he was appointed Assistant Director of the Air Department at the Admiralty,

World War I

In 1914, just prior to the outbreak of World War I, Schwann was promoted to captain and assigned to port duties. The following year he was appointed captain of the aircraft carrier HMS Campania, a former Cunard liner that had been converted to carry a dozen aircraft. Later in the war,...
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