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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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  • As for the title, it stands for "Lack of Moral Fibre", which in the Royal Air Force was the designation given to airmen who refused to fly.

    "i need immediate help"

  • Also, the Royal Air Force was the only foreign service to operate U. S.-built strategic aircraft, flying 88 B-29

    Strategic Air Command: People Aircraft and Missiles 2nd Edition

  • As the Royal Air Force was the last weapon with which Britain could directly threaten the Continent, and as the Royal Navy could not carry out an effective blockade, England would in this way be incapable of further military action.

    Operation Sea Lion

  • These operations against the Royal Air Force were the last of the main air tasks whose execution, though a heavy burden on the Luftwaffe, was seriously worked out in detail in the

    Operation Sea Lion

  • Eight years later, in November 1918, when the armistice put an end to the active operations of the war, the Royal Air Force was the largest and strongest of the air forces of the world.

    The War in the Air; Vol. 1 The Part played in the Great War by the Royal Air Force

  • It is a source of pride to the Dominion of India that the campaign sees the Indian Air Force operate largely on its own, with only marginal support from the Royal Air Force, which is deployed mostly in the Persian Gulf.

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  • The paper says that Kate is dividing her time between her parents' home in Berkshire, England, and Prince William's quarters in Anglesey, north Wales, near the Royal Air Force base where he is stationed as a search-and-rescue pilot.

    Kate Middleton quits her job

  • After a long weekend in private, they have returned to the remote island of Anglesey in Wales, where William is based as a Royal Air Force search-and-rescue helicopter pilot, putting off a honeymoon for now.

    Prince William <![CDATA[&]]> Kate To Visit California In July

  • The Royal Air Force will lose 5,000 of its 38,000 positions.

    Downsizing the U.K. Military

  • What happened to you when you left the Royal Air Force?

    Great voices of science fiction


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