Eugene Raymond

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Eugene Cremonx Raymond[1]
Born 1923
Allegiance  South Africa
Years of service 1952-1969
Rank Major General
Commands held Chief of SAMHS
Awards Star of South Africa (military decoration)
Southern Cross Medal

Major-General Eugene Raymond SSA SM (born 1923) was a South African military commander. A medical doctor, he joined the South African Army's medical corps in 1952, and was appointed Surgeon-General at Defence Headquarters in 1960.[2] When the medical services were centralised in 1968 he became the chief of the new organisation. He retired from military service in 1969.

Military offices
New title Chief of the South African Military Health Service
1968 – 1969
Succeeded by
Colin Cockcroft

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Uys, Ian (1992). South African Military Who's Who 1452-1992. Fortress Publishers. p. 194. ISBN 0-9583173-3-X. 
  2. ^ C.J. Nöthling, E.M. Meyers (1982). "Leaders through the years (1912-1982)". Scientaria Militaria 12 (2): 96. 

Militaria - Official Professional Journal of the SADF (Vol 12/2: 1982)