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Royal Air Force


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  • proper n. The air force of the British armed forces

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the airforce of Great Britain


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  • The Royal Air Force units were converting from Vulcan to Tornado bombers and by-passed the meet as did the Tactical Air Command wings that were involved with other commitments.

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  • The boys se - cured a couple of pots of paint and painted the R.A.F. roundels onto the wings and body of the aircraft, and for this brief period of her life and history — a life and history that had been vital to the security of the British nation — K. 5083 joined the Royal Air Force of Great Britain and wore its war paint.

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  • That answer stood in the shape of a tiny silver monoplane with the red and blue roundels of the Royal Air Force painted on wings and fuselage.

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