Bob Judson

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Bob Judson
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Service/branch  Royal Air Force
Rank Air Commodore
Unit Ministry of Defence
Commands held Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan
RAF Coningsby

Air Commodore Bob Judson RAF is a senior serving Royal Air Force Officer and was the first Station Commander of RAF Coningsby of the Eurofighter Typhoon-era.

Judson has been involved in many milestone events, personally piloting the 100th Typhoon off the production line to RAF Coningsby from the BAE Systems' Warton factory (Lancs) [1] and acting as overall formation leader for HM The Queen's 80th birthday flypast [2] of nearly 50 aircraft,[3] considered the largest flypast the Royal Air Force has produced in decades.

Promoted to Air Commodore 1 July 2007,[4] Judson served as Commander Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan during 2008 [5] and stars in the Channel Five documentary Warzone, which looks into the life and operations of personnel stationed at the airfield.

Judson was appointed Director Targeting and Information Operations in the Ministry of Defence in November 2008.[6]

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Military offices
Preceded by
Unknown
Station Commander RAF Coningsby
2004 – 2006
Succeeded by
S D Atha
Preceded by
A D Stevenson
Commander Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan
2008
Succeeded by
A D Fryer
Preceded by
G A Wright
Director Targeting and Information Operations
2008 –
Incumbent