Lieutenant-General A. Chester Hull, CMM, CFC, CD, Royal Canadian Air Force

After qualifying as a pilot in 1939, A.C. Hull served at various training stations in Canada until 1943 when he went overseas. Joining No. 420 Squadron, he flew Halifax bombers with No.6 (RCAF) Group in Bomber Command. He later flew Lancaster bombers after taking over command of No. 428 Squadron.

Lieutenant-General Hull had an equally illustrious post-war career serving forty-one years until his retirement in 1974.
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