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Trenchard

Hugh Montague, 1st Viscount. 1873--1956, British air marshal, who as chief of air staff (1918, 1919--27) and marshal of the RAF (1927--29) established the RAF as a fully independent service. As commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (1931--35) he founded the police college at Hendon
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It is the latest in the Trenchard Lecture series, which are held in conjunction with the Royal Aeronautical Society and the university.
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Mike Trenchard, son of Ron, said: "We are all so proud of Dad and his achievements.
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I have described in a previous article in Folk Music journal how Cecil Sharp was introduced to William Ford at Lew Trenchard in April 1907.
Of course the recipient of this largesse isn't an inspector at all, rather a preening popinjay, a childish fantasist played with utter and joyous conviction by Trenchard who pouts, cavorts, tickles the ivories and nips off with the show's second half in his back pocket.
It is as blatant as the sunrise." In Trenchard's hands, the shadows are revealed to have layers, evil compounding upon evil.
He told the congregation he had recently been re-reading a book he first read in school, the children's classic Moonfleet by J Meade Faulkner, in which the hero, John Trenchard, set out for adventures on the high seas.