Peter Criss was a long-serving Royal Australian Air Force officer who rose to the rank of Air Vice-Marshal and served as Air Commander Australia in 1999 during the build-up and initial deployment of Australian military forces to East Timor. He was awarded the Order of Australia (AM) and the Air Force Cross for dedication and service to the Royal Australian Air Force. Now retired, Peter resides on the South Coast of New South Wales at Malua Bay. Whilst in the RAAF he flew Vampire, Sabre, Mirage and F-111 aircraft and accrued over 5000 hours in combat jet aircraft.
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