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Royal Air Force

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(Military) the air force of the United Kingdom. Abbreviation: RAF
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air force, airforce - the airborne branch of a country's armed forces
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Matar bin Salim Al Balushi, Commander of the Royal Army of Oman, Air Vice-Marshal Matar bin Ali Al Obaidani, Commander of the Royal Air Force of Oman, Rear Admiral Abdullah bin Khamis Al Raisi, Commander of the Royal Navy of Oman on Sunday followed up the progress of the events of the Command Centres Exercises Joint Effort (10).
Dhylan Burrows-Fox will now go to RAF Cosford to begin an apprenticeship with the Royal Air Force as an Information Technology Technician.
THE biggest military parade ever held in Swansea is to be staged to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force.
There are four sectors in the armed forces - the Army, the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, and the Royal Air Force.
Just 4% of people in the Royal Air Force are non-white
The ambassador pointed out that this milestone aims to introduce the history of the first independent air force in the world, as well as the history of the close relations between the Royal Air Force and a number of friendly countries, including the State of Kuwait, which has a close relationship with the Air Force which began in 1919 to this day.
He was talking to Chief of the Royal Air Force Sir Stephan Heller at Defence Ministry in London.
There are two levels of Battle Honour within the Royal Air Force, the first is entitlement, signifying that a squadron took part in the campaign.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (Red Arrows) are on a tour of the Middle East, which includes a performance with the Royal Saudi Air Force on Wednesday.
The Royal Air Force in American Skies: The Seven British Flight Schools in the United States during World War II chronicles how, during the desperate days of WW II, British pilots trained in the United States (in accordance with the Lend-Lease Act).
18 (Petra)-- His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, Arab Army, visited on Sunday the Royal Jordanian Air Force Command where he was welcomed by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the King's Advisor for Military Affairs, General Mashal Mohammad Zaben, His Royal Highness Prince Faisal Bin Al Hussein and the commander of the Royal Air Force.
This year marks a major milestone in the history of the Royal Air Force and sadly one of the last opportunities we will have to include those who were part of the Battle of Britain.

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