RAF Engineer Becomes Most Senior Woman to Have Ever Served in Britain's Armed Forces
February 23, 2019: Sue Gray, a Royal Air Force engineer, has been promoted to the rank of Air Marshal.The RAF has appointed its first ever female three-star officer, the most senior woman to have ever served in the British Armed Forces.
Air Marshal Gray, 56, joined the Royal Air Force in August 1985 and has worked in a variety of roles including with fighter jets, helicopters and drones. She is a veteran of both Gulf Wars.
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