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RAF Commissioned Chaplains are authorised leaders from the major world religions and provide pastoral and spiritual care for all personnel and their dependants irrespective of religious belief or status.
Chaplains provide spiritual support, strength and guidance to service personnel and their families. They are a valuable source of personal well-being and guidance in times of war and peace.
Mrs Mandeep Kaur (Sikh)
Mr Krishan Attri (Hindu)
Imam Ali Omar (Muslim)
Dr Sunil Kariyakarawana (Buddhist)
Rabbi Reuben Livingstone (Jewish)
If you are investigating whether God is calling you to RAF Chaplaincy then we would like to invite you to spend some time with us on an RAF unit, and meet and talk with serving RAF chaplains as you seek to discern your vocation.
If you are a theological student or minister of religion from one of the MOD’s list of sending churches or endorsing authorities, and you would like to explore this possibility further, then please contact us: email@example.com
If you are interested in joining the Royal Air Force as a Chaplain, RAF Recruitment for more information.
Following completion of RAF training, John was posted to several RAF stations as a station chaplain whilst also being detached on operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2010, John was promoted to the relative rank of wing commander, which included working as the Joint Force Senior Chaplain in Afghanistan. In 2015 he was promoted to the relative rank of group captain and became Deputy Chaplain-in-Chief (Personnel) based at HQ Air Command.
In 2017 John became a member of the Royal College of Defence Studies in London. Following his graduation in 2018 he was promoted to the relative rank of Air Vice-Marshal and became the Chaplain-in-Chief and Archdeacon for the Royal Air Force.
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