the royal air force aka the RAF
The Royal Air Force (RAF).
The German Air Force in WW2 was called the Luftwaffe.
RAF Royal Air Force. It has borne this name since mid-ww-l there was briefly the Royal Flying Corps which evolved into RAF. the Navy has its Fleet Air Arm.
Royal Air Force (RAF).
The RAF (The Royal Air Force)
The british air force is known as the RAF; royal air force. The Deutsche Luftwaffe or Luftwaffe (German: "Air Arm", IPA: ['luftvafə]) is the commonly used term for the German air force.The Royal Air Force. They are still called this today.
British = Royal Air Force, RAF German = Luftwaffe
it was called royal navy
Royal Air Force (RAF)
The British Airforce was called the RAF (Royal Air Force) and still is now.
The RAF, Royal Air Force
RAF, the Royal Air Force. you
it was called the erhanous, a latin word for power.
Yes, I remember a newspaper obituary suggesting just that concerning a veteran of WW2.
I'm presuming that you're asking after the British/English air force - they were called the RAF (Royal Air Force) and primarily flew Spitfires and Hurricanes.
The Luftwaffe in WW2 was the German air force.
The pushing force of air is called air pressure.:)
Britain's Air Force is called the Royal Air Force or RAF for short.
It is the Royal Air Force, the air-force wing of the British armed forces.
The British Royal Air Force has NEVER been named "Pakistan air force" - and Pakistan has never had a Royal Air Force.
At Dunkirk the British Expeditionary Force, section of the army, were forced to retreat from Nazi occupied France. Upon reaching the coast, at Dunkirk, they met hundreds of small civilian British boats from across the channel called up to transport the men from the beach to the larger ships. They did this under the attack of the German Air-force.
Yes, it means to get angry, particularly with a military subordinate. Originating in the Royal Navy in WW2 and much loved by British Army and Air Force DI's.
The German air force was called the Luftwaffe during ww2 _____ Just a small point to add - the German Air Defence Force is still known as the Luftwaffe today.
The British air force (called the Royal Air Force, or RAF) won a victory over the Luftwaffe in the Battle of Britain (July 10 to October 31, 1940).