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Who is the patron saint of Royal Air Force?

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There is no universal patron saint of the air force but St. Michael is a patron saint of the military.


Saint Joseph of Cupertino is the patron Saint of of those traveling by air, astronauts and is the patron saint of pilots who fly for the NATO Alliance. Our Lady of Loreto is the patron Saint of aircrews, aviators and the Argentinian Air Force.


There is no specific patron saint of Air Force medics. However, St. Michael the Archangel is the patron saint of emergency medical technicians.


As per the Patron Saint Index the patron saints of air forces are:ChristopherElijah the ProphetJoseph of CupertinoOur Lady of Loreto


There is no patron saint of air. However, St. Francis of Assisi a patron saint of the environment.


There is no particular saint of the Air Force. Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is the patron of all the military forces of the United States. St. Joseph of Cupertino, Our Lady of Loreto and Therese of Lisieux are patrons of pilots.


There is no designated patron saint of hostesses but there are patron saints of air crews: Joseph of Cupertino, Our Lady of Loreto and Therese of Lisieux.


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


The motto of Royal Air Force is '



Saint Michael the Archangel is the patron saint of anyone who serves for the defense of others. Saint Joseph of Cupertino is the patron saint of people traveling by air including pilots, astronauts and other aircrew personnel.


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


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RAF would be the abbreviation for the Royal Air Force.


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


The letters R A F, standing for Royal Air Force


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


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