Michal Muller

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Anthony Michal Muller
Nickname(s) Mike
Born (1930-07-28) 28 July 1930 (age 83)[1]
Allegiance  South Africa
Service/branch South African Air Force
Years of service 1948 - 1984
Rank Lieutenant General
Battles/wars Korean War
Awards Southern Cross Decoration

Lieutenant General Michal Muller SSAS SD was a South African military commander, who held the post of Chief of the South African Air Force[2]

He joined the Union Defence Forces in 1948, training as a Pilot. He served with 2 Squadron SAAF in the Korean War, flying a P-51 Mustang. After his return to South Africa he served in various posts, including CO of 1 Squadron SAAF, 24 Squadron SAAF and Fighter Command

He was appointed Chief of Air Staff operations in July 1978[3]before becoming Chief of the Air Force in December 1979[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Uys, Ian (1992). South African Military Who's Who 1452-1992. Fortress Publishers. p. 163. ISBN 0-9583173-3-X. 
  2. ^ http://www.sadf.info/SADF.html
  3. ^ C.J. Nöthling, E.M. Meyers (1982). "Leaders through the years (1912-1982)". Scientaria Militaria 12 (2): 95. 
  4. ^ Uys, Ian (1992). South African Military Who's Who 1452-1992. Fortress Publishers. p. 164. ISBN 0-9583173-3-X. 
Military offices
Preceded by
Robert 'Bob' Rogers
Chief of the South African Air Force
1979 – 1984
Succeeded by
Denis Earp