|Sir Richard Fyffe|
|Died||1972 (aged 59-60)|
|Commands held||1st Bn Rifle Brigade
61st Lorried Infantry Brigade
11th Infantry Brigade
Army Air Corps
54th (East Anglian) Infantry Division
|Battles/wars||World War II|
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Companion of the Order of the Bath
Distinguished Service Order
After the War he joined the Directing Staff at the Staff College, Camberley before moving to General Headquarters, Far East Land Forces in 1947. He was appointed Assistant Adjutant General at the War Office in 1950 and then Commanding Officer of 1st Bn Rifle Brigade in 1953. He was made Commander of 61st Lorried Infantry Brigade in 1955 and Commander of 11th Infantry Brigade in 1956.
He was appointed Deputy Military Secretary at the War Office in 1957 and Brigadier commanding the Army Air Corps in 1960. He moved on to be Director of Public Relations at the War Office in 1961 and General Officer Commanding 54th (East Anglian) Infantry Division in 1963. He was made Head of the British Army Staff at Washington D. C. in 1965.
Sir Harold Maguire
|Deputy Chief of Defence Staff (Intelligence)
Sir Louis Le Bailly