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

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.

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