Air Commodore Andrew George Board (1878–1973) CMG DSO DL was an English soldier and airman. He was a pioneer aviator, first gaining a licence in 1910, who later became an air commodore in the Royal Air Force.

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  • Air Commodore Andrew George Board (1878–1973) CMG DSO DL was an English soldier and airman. He was a pioneer aviator, first gaining a licence in 1910, who later became an air commodore in the Royal Air Force. (en)
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  • No. 1 School of Technical Training RAF
  • 5 Squadron RFC
  • 7 Squadron RFC
  • No. 21 Group RAF
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  • 1931-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Air Commodore Andrew George Board (1878–1973) CMG DSO DL was an English soldier and airman. He was a pioneer aviator, first gaining a licence in 1910, who later became an air commodore in the Royal Air Force. (en)
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  • Andrew George Board (en)
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