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|Benjamin Gottlieb Viljoen:255
|Born||13 April 1908|
|Died||1995 (aged 86–87)|
|Service/branch||South African Air Force|
|Years of service||1927 – 1965|
|Commands held||Air Force Chief of Staff|
|Battles/wars||World War II|
He joined the South African Air Force in 1927, and served in World War II. He also served as ADC to the Governor General of the Union of South Africa and to the King of Greece. He was Air Chief of Staff from 23 September 1956 to 30 April 1965.
Honours and Awards
- Star of South Africa (SSA)
- Uys, Ian (1992). South African Military Who's Who 1452-1992. Fortress Publishers. ISBN 0-9583173-3-X.
- Nöthling, C.J.; Meyers, E.M. (1982). "Leaders through the years (1912-1982)". Scientaria Militaria. 12 (2): 98.
- Engelbrecht, Leon (21 January 2010). "Fact file: Chiefs of the SA Air Force". Retrieved 24 February 2015.
- The London Gazette: . 2 June 1944. Retrieved 24 February 2015.
|Chief of Staff of the South African Air Force
23 September 1956 – 30 April 1965
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