Former Deputy Commander, NATO Allied Air Command RAF
Air Marshal Stu Evans was the Deputy Commander of NATO’s Allied Air Command (AIRCOM) at Ramstein Air Base, Germany until August 2016.
Air Marshal Evans joined the RAF in 1983 as a pilot. After training and a first tour as a flying instructor he served on a number of Tornado GR1/4 Squadrons, both in the UK and in Germany, and was certified as a Tornado Qualified Weapons instructor and Qualified Flying Instructor. He commanded IX(B) Squadron (Tornado GR4) at RAF Marham and led a number of operational deployments.
On promotion to Group Captain he was posted to the Air Warfare Centre, with responsibility for delivery of operational test and evaluation for all UK air platforms.
Staff training has included attendance at the Royal Australian Air Force Staff College in 2000, the 4-month Higher Command and Staff Course in 2011, the US JFACC course and both the US and NATO PINNACLE course.
Other staff tours have included the Weapons and Electronic Warfare post in Headquarters Number 1 Gp and in the Directorate of Operational Capability Audit team at the Ministry of Defence. He also served as the first RAF member within the Strategic Studies Group working directly for the Chief of the United States Air Force in the Pentagon, followed by a tour at the Defence Doctrine and Concepts Centre as Head of Joint Doctrine. He returned to the Air Warfare Centre in July 2011 as the Commandant, followed by an overseas deployment as the CAOC Director, 603rd AOC in 2013.
Prior to assuming the appointment of Senior British Military Advisor to US Central Command in Florida in 2014 as an Air Vice-Marshal he served within the Joint Forces Command at Northwood.
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