Mark Abrahams

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Mark Abrahams is an officer in the Royal Air Force. He helped to found the RAF LGBT Forum and became its chair in 2006.[1]

He joined the RAF as an ordinary airman, but was commissioned in 1996, subsequently rising to Wing Commander.[1]

He was ranked number 78 in the Pink List 2010 and 82 in the Pink List 2011. The Pink List 2011 citation said:

"Wing Commander Mark Abrahams helped establish and chairs the RAF LGBT Forum. It holds conferences alongside London Pride and meetings with senior RAF officials. He flew Chinook helicopters for 20 years, including tours of duty in Afghanistan, and is the RAF's most senior serving gay officer."[2]


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