RNZAF


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RNZAF

abbreviation for
(Military) Royal New Zealand Air Force
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At its peak, the RNZAF employed 41,000 personnel and during wartime had put huge numbers of planes into combat-more than a thousand at any one time.
HMAS Toowoomba was operating under the command of CTF-150, the CMF Task Group responsible for promoting safety and security at sea, and the RNZAF P-3K2 Orion aircraft is deployed in support of the international counter-piracy effort.
When this job came to an end Phil arranged a transfer from administration to the RNZAF Education Service as a librarian.
The National Emergency Coordination Centre advised and made arrangements for the RNZAF flight.
Bergstrom studied at Christchurch University College (1942-1947), held part-time accountancy posts and served with the RNZAF (1945-1946).
Peart was a New Zealand flying ace who joined the RNZAF in 1941, and this autobiography covers his missions over Europe, Tunisia, Malta, Sicily, Burma and Italy.
That is the same HM Queen that I swore allegiance to as an RAF Regiment gunner, and my fellow airmen did in the RAAF, RNZAF, and CAF, yet on parade I will be the only one without a National Defence Medal.
Her administration decided not to proceed with the acquisition from the United States of 28 F-16s for the air force under a lease deal made by the previous government--and then abolished the combat wing of the RNZAF altogether on the grounds that New Zealand had to concentrate scarce resources on its land forces, which were more likely to be used in the current circumstances.
The international crew who died were: Sergeant Alec Fussell RAF (pilot); Sgt Jack Worsnop RAF (flight engineer); Sgt Sidney McLean RNZAF (bomb aimer); Sgt Monte McIntyre RNZAF (navigator); Sgt James O'Malley RNZAF (wireless operator); Sgt Gregory Georges RCAF (mid-upper gunner); Sgt George Warren RAF (rear gunner).
The blend is called J50 and was transferred to an RNZAF fuel tanker in preparation of fuelling a Boeing 747-400 for a two-hour test flight from Auckland airport.
Buffaloes over Singapore: RAF, RAAF, RNZAF and Dutch Brewster Fighters in Action over Malaya and the East Indies, 1941-1942 by Brian Cull with Paul Sortehaug and Mark Haselden.
There he was collected by an RNZAF Boeing 727 and returned to Wellington.