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The random article for Sunday, 29 December 2019 is Laurence Clancy.
Laurence Joseph Clancy (15 March 1929 to 16 October 2014) was an Education Officer in aerodynamics at Royal Air Force College Cranwell whose textbook became standard.
Laurence was born in Egypt to Alfred Joseph Clancy and Agnes Hunter.
In 1951 University of Liverpool conferred the bachelor of science (honours) degree. Clancy studied aerodynamics at the College of Aeronautics, Cranfield. His teachers were Terence Nonweiler, later of Glasgow University, and Geoffrey Lilley, later of Southampton University.
Clancy qualified as an Education Officer with the RAF and began teaching at Royal Airforce College Cranwell.
After 16 years with the Royal Air Force, Clancy had a long career at the University of Bradford where he served as Dean of Engineering. He was a colleague of John Brian Helliwell.
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