Following the graduation ceremony, Chaplain (Flight Lieutenant) Ali Omar said: “My role in the RAF as a flagbearer of the Muslim Chaplaincy will see me work with the RAF Chaplaincy branch to negotiate and establish the place of World Faith Chaplaincy within the RAF.
"An overdue and exciting venture that will see me work side by side as a commissioned Muslim chaplain along colleagues from different faith.
"I am not sure of my posting at this stage."
The appointments come after the Ministry of Defence recently launched a new diversity strategy for more inclusion across the armed forces.
RAF Chaplain-in-Chief, the Venerable (Air-Vice Marshal) John Ellis, said: "It has been an absolute privilege to welcome our first Sikh and Muslim commissioned Chaplains into the Royal Air Force and I look forward immensely to working with them into the future."