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The Royal Air Force had numerous targets all through that long war.

Royal Air Force and Winston Churchill.

The Royal Air Force, better known as the RAF.

The British Airforce was called the RAF (Royal Air Force) and still is now.

there were 100,000 RAF (royal air force) pilots in the World War II and 90,000 died in the war

The Royal British Air Force, in World War II

RAF stands for Royal Air Force. It was and is the British 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.

The Royal Air Force did not exist during WW1 .

Henry Probert has written: 'High commanders of the Royal Air Force' -- subject- s -: Biography, Generals, Great Britain, Great Britain. Royal Air Force, Marshals 'Bomber Harris' -- subject- s -: Aerial operations, British, Biography, British Aerial operations, Great Britain, Great Britain. Royal Air Force, Great Britain. Royal Air Force. Bomber Command, History, Marshals, Officers, World War, 1939-1945 'The forgotten air force' -- subject- s -: Aerial operations, British, British Aerial operations, Great Britain, Great Britain. Royal Air Force, History, World War, 1939-1945

British women served in as WRNs "Wrens" (the Women's Royal Navy,) the WRAF (the Women's Royal Air Force,) as well as air raid wardens, nurses, and as workers in jobs were the men had gone off to war.

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.

Les Allison has written: 'Canadians in the Royal Air Force' -- subject(s): Aerial operations, British, Air pilots, Biography, British Aerial operations, Great Britain, Great Britain. Royal Air Force, World War, 1939-1945

The Luftwaffe is the name of the German Air Force. The Spitfire is the name of a fighter plane used by the British Royal Air Force during World War 2

General Douglas Haig was in charge of the British force on the Somme in World War I.

Douglas Haig was a British soldier, a British Field Marshal, and a British Commander of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) in world war 1.

They were basically the british army, the were establishe

During World War II, the British Expeditionary Forces were fairly dependent on its commonwealth forces. They used the Royal Air Force, with also the help of France.

The last living British World War I veteran, Florence Green, died on February 4th, 2012 at the age of 110. She was a member of the Women's Royal Air Force and the last living person to serve in WWI.

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.

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