Graham Skinner

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Graham Skinner
Born 1945
Allegiance United Kingdom
Service/branch Royal Air Force
Years of service 1963–2000
Rank Air Vice Marshal
Commands held Logistics Command (1999)
Battles/wars Gulf War
Awards Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Air Vice Marshal Graham Skinner, CBE (born 1945) is a retired Royal Air Force officer.

RAF career[edit]

Educated at Hampton School, the University of Bristol and Loughborough University, Skinner joined the Royal Air Force in 1963.[1] He served at Strike Command during the Gulf War and went on to be Director of Logistics Policy and then Director of in-service support for the Tornado and Typhoon programmes before becoming Commander-in-Chief of Logistics Command in September 1999.[1] He left the post in October 1999 on the disbandment of the command.[2] In retirement he became Clerk of the Worshipful Company of Engineers.[3]


In 1969 he married Margaret; they have a son and a daughter.[1]


Military offices
Preceded by
Sir Malcolm Pledger
Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Logistics Command
Succeeded by
Post disbanded