RAF Halton Station Commander receives long service and good conduct medal

Jane Reilly  |  Published: Jan 23rd 2017
WO Jake Alpert and Gp Capt James Brayshaw
WO Jake Alpert presents Gp Capt James Brayshaw (right) his medal.

RAF Halton’s Station Commander, Group Captain James Brayshaw, has been presented with his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in a brief ceremony outside Station Headquarters by the Hunter Aircraft.

Group Captain Brayshaw said: “I was honoured to receive my Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and Clasp, issued to me by the Station Warrant Officer, Jake Alpert.”

Group Captain Brayshaw joined the RAF as an Airman in 1989 and was commissioned in 1994 into the Administrative (Secretarial) Branch which has since evolved to become the Personnel (Support) Branch. Throughout his career he has served on numerous RAF Stations. Group Captain Brayshaw took up command of RAF Halton on 28 November 2016.

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