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The letters R A F, standing for Royal Air Force


The motto of Royal Air Force is '



I hope you meant the RAF. There is no RIF. The Royal Air Force exists today. During World War 2 they were known as the RAAF, Royal Army Air Force.AnswerThe original answer is incorrect, as there has never been a 'Royal Army Air Force'. The letters, 'RAAF', represents the Royal Australian Air Force!The Royal Air Force was formed in 1918, by amalgamating the Royal Flying Corps (essentially part of the British Army), and the Royal Naval Air Service (part of the Royal Navy). This is one of the reasons that the RAF rank insignia is based on that of the Royal Navy. The Royal Navy still retains an independent air wing, called the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS). And, yes, the RAF does exist today.


The Royal Air Force is England's Air Force. It is part of the Royal military just like the Royal Navy.


The letters 'RAF' after ones name denote current service with the Royal Air Force in the United Kingdom.


The Royal Air Force was established in 1916 as the Royal Flying Corps.


The British Royal Air Force has NEVER been named "Pakistan air force" - and Pakistan has never had a Royal Air Force.


Two of the letters on the side of all Royal Air Force wartime aircraft are the Squadron code letters, the third is the individual aircraft code. Wing Commanders were permitted to have their initials instead.


RAF would be the abbreviation for the Royal Air Force.


RAF would be the abbreviation or acronym of Royal Air Force.


Yes, it's called the Royal Canadian Air Force...


Royal Danish Air Force was created in 1950.


Royal Cambodian Air Force was created in 1953.


Royal Air Force Commandos ended in 1946.


Royal Air Force Commandos was created in 1940.


Royal Air Force of Oman was created in 1959.


Royal Air Force Germany was created in 1959.


Royal Air Force Germany ended in 1993.


Royal Norwegian Air Force was created in 1944.


Royal Air Force Memorial was created in 1923.


Royal Lao Air Force was created in 1955.


Royal Canadian Air Force was created in 1975.


Royal Brunei Air Force was created in 1991.


Royal Bahraini Air Force was created in 1977.