Frederick Crosby Halahan
CMG, CBE, DSO, MVO
|Born||27 May 1880
Camberwell, Surrey, England
|Died||17 October 1965
Battle, East Sussex, England
|Service/branch|| Royal Navy
Royal Air Force
|Commands held||RAF College|
|Battles/wars||World War I
World War II
|Awards||Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)
Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
Distinguished Service Order (DSO), Member of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)
Air Vice-Marshal Frederick Crosby Halahan CMG, CBE, DSO, MVO, RAF (27 May 1880 – 17 October 1965) was a gunnery officer in the Royal Navy during the early years of the 20th century who became involved in early naval aviation efforts.
Halahan served in the Royal Navy, and was promoted Lieutenant 15 December 1900. He later served in the Royal Air Force from its establishment in 1918 through the to 1930. During World War II, Halahan rejoined the RAF, serving on the staff of the Directorate of Personal Services.
- The London Gazette: . 5 November 1901.
- Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation - Air Vice-Marshal F C Halahan
- Linley & Jim Hooper's family history pages - Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan
A E Borton
|RAF College Commandant
1926 – 1929
A M Longmore
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