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Australian Flying Corps pilot badge 1918-1921

Australian Flying Corps pilot badge 1918-1921

During WW1 Australia organised its own military flying organisation, the AMF, and used two patterns of pilot badge before the official adoption of this pattern of badge in 1918. Some version similar to this were in unofficial use as early as late 1916, replacing those marked AMF. The badge changed to carry the letters RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) in 1921.

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Chris Langley | Australian Flying Corps pilot badge 1918-1921
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