Anthony Conrad 'Uloth'

Royal Hussars


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It is with sadness that we have learned of the death of Colonel (Retd) Anthony Conrad Uloth (30 May 29 – 23 Sep 21). Tony was a veteran of the Royal Armoured Corps and Army Aviation who commissioned through RMAS in 1949, serving as a Troop Leader in Germany, Korea and the Canal Zone during a busy operational period. He completed his Army Pilot training in 1961 and served with 6 Flight before returning to Regimental Duty with 10th Royal Hussars in the appointment of Adjutant between 1963 and 1965, which included a tour in Aden. He filled a Staff post in DAAvn between 1965 and 1967 and returned to command a Squadron in the 10th Royal Hussars. A rotary wing conversion course and a tour as SO2 Tactics HQ AAC Between 1968 and 1970 was followed by a period as the Defence Attache in Khartoum before rerunning to Middle Wallop in 1972 to fill the appointment of SO1 Coord in HQ AAC and as the Editor of the AAC Journal. A posting to a NATO appointment in Brussells between 1975 and 1978 led to a post in the MOD as Director of Overseas Defence Relations before his retirement in 1983. Our thoughts are with his family and his many friends.


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