|Sir Lindsay Bryson|
|Born||22 January 1925|
|Died||24 March 2005(aged 80)|
|Years of service||1942–1984|
|Battles/wars||World War II
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath|
Educated at Allan Glen's School in Glasgow, Bryson joined the Royal Navy in 1942. He served during World War II as an engineering cadet. He commanding the naval engineering training school, HMS Daedalus, and then led the Royal Navy's guided weapons programmes from 1973. He was appointed Controller of the Navy in 1981 and served in that role during the Falklands War retiring in 1984.
After leaving the Navy he served in 1985 as president of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. He was Deputy Chairman of GEC-Marconi from 1987 to 1990. He was appointed Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex and Brighton and Hove in 1989.
In 1951 he married Averil Curtis-Willson; they had a son and two daughters.
- "Admiral Sir Lindsay Bryson". Daily Telegraph. 16 May 2005. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
- London Gazette, issue no.51936, 15 November 1989
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