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Royal Flying Corps - A History By peter dancey
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August 2014 commemorated 100 years since the start of WW I in August 1914. When the war started the RFC was barely two years old equipped with flimsy biplanes intended primarily for reconnaissance.... More > But almost when the Armistice was signed in November 1918 it had grown int the largest air force in the world as the reconstituted RAF.< Less
Royal Flying Corps Day Bombers By peter dancey
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In WW I in 1916 it was clear that the RFC needed an airplane dedicated to bombing, An immediate success Geoffrey de Havilland's DH.4 proved eminently suitable for the task and suitable for further... More > development. The type developed and produced successively by Airco and Westland Aircraft Company< Less
Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service - A History By peter dancey
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In 2014 the allies commemorated the Great War, this book commemorates the air arms of the UK that fought on the Western Front and the Independent Force that took the war to the German homeland. This... More > book also details by serial all of the first 200 aeroplanes delivered to the RFC and the RNAS. These accounts necessarily brief as was the in-service life of most of these aircraft make very interesting reading for the historian, writer, and enthusiast.< Less
Volume 5144, No. 8 Aircraft Acceptance Park, Royal Flying Corps --- Nobel Library By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 5144, No. 8 Aircraft Acceptance Park, Royal Flying Corps---Nobel Library Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic... More > gesture towards the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
A loyal and simple soldier: Brigadier-General Sir David Henderson and his leadership of the Royal Flying Corps in France, August 1914 – August 1915. By Stephen Erskine
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A study of David Henderson, a candidate for the title 'Father of the Royal Air Force' and his leadership of the Royal Flying Corps in the first year of The Great War.
A loyal and simple soldier: Brigadier-General Sir David Henderson and his leadership of the Royal Flying Corps in France, August 1914 – August 1915. By Stephen Erskine
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A study of David Henderson, a candidate for the title 'Father of the Royal Air Force' and his leadership of the Royal Flying Corps in the first year of The Great War.
Flying and Soldiering By R. R. Money
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The autobiography of 2nd Lieut. Robert Raymond Money, from his service with No.12 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps in 1915, to the end of his Short Term Commission in the fledgling Royal Air Force... More > post-war. Flying first as an observer with No.12 Squadron in France, he trained as a pilot and later served with the same same unit in this capacity. Shot down behind enemy lines during a disastrous bomb raid in September 1916, he spent the remainder of the conflict in a succession of prisoner-of-war camps in Germany. After his repatriation to the United Kingdom, he opted to return to his army regiment. With them, he saw active service in Ireland, at the beginnings of the I.R.A.'s campaign against the British forces. Returning to the R.A.F. on a short service commission, he became an instructor with the Fleet Air Arm, based mainly in Scotland.< Less
75 Years Aloft: Royal Australian Air Force Air Training Corps: Australian Air Force Cadets, 1941-2016 By Matthew Glozier
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This book celebrates 75 years of Air Force cadet activity in Australia, 1941-2016. The organisation has had a tremendous impact upon the lives of tens-of-thousands of Australians over our 75 year... More > history. Since 1982 it has enhanced the lives of young women as well as men. The book begins in WWII with the need to pre-train capable and committed “keen lads”. Over 30,000 Australian boys were air cadets 1941-1945 with almost 13,000 going on to active service in the war. Air Force cadets survived into peacetime to become an aviation focussed youth development organisation, providing flying training in a military atmosphere with the aim of inspiring cadets to join the RAAF. There are currently over 8,000 Air Force cadets and adult staff around Australia. Aviation centred youth development in a RAAF service environment remains our central focus.< Less
75 Years Aloft: Royal Australian Air Force Air Training Corps: Australian Air Force Cadets, 1941-2016 By Matthew Glozier
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This book celebrates 75 years of Air Force cadet activity in Australia, 1941-2016. The organisation has had a tremendous impact upon the lives of tens-of-thousands of Australians over our 75 year... More > history. Since 1982 it has enhanced the lives of young women as well as men. The book begins in WWII with the need to pre-train capable and committed “keen lads”. Over 30,000 Australian boys were air cadets 1941-1945 with almost 13,000 going on to active service in the war. Air Force cadets survived into peacetime to become an aviation focussed youth development organisation, providing flying training in a military atmosphere with the aim of inspiring cadets to join the RAAF. There are currently over 8,000 Air Force cadets and adult staff around Australia. Aviation centred youth development in a RAAF service environment remains our central focus.< Less
75 Years Aloft: Royal Australian Air Force Air Training Corps: Australian Air Force Cadets, 1941-2016 By Matthew Glozier
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This book celebrates 75 years of Air Force cadet activity in Australia, 1941-2016. The organisation has had a tremendous impact upon the lives of tens-of-thousands of Australians over our 75 year... More > history. Since 1982 it has enhanced the lives of young women as well as men. The book begins in WWII with the need to pre-train capable and committed “keen lads”. Over 30,000 Australian boys were air cadets 1941-1945 with almost 13,000 going on to active service in the war. Air Force cadets survived into peacetime to become an aviation focussed youth development organisation, providing flying training in a military atmosphere with the aim of inspiring cadets to join the RAAF. There are currently over 8,000 Air Force cadets and adult staff around Australia. Aviation centred youth development in a RAAF service environment remains our central focus.< Less

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