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British Royal Air Force Pilot Badge,Full Dress Uniform - 1918

British Royal Air Force Pilot Badge,Full Dress Uniform - 1918

The independent Royal Air Force replaced the Army's Royal Flying Corps and the Navy's Royal Naval Air Service on April 1st 1918. The very first RAF wings were a misinterpretation of the design specification (ARF instead of RAF) but this was quickly sorted out and RAF wings were put into use. This wing is quite elaborate and contains both gold and silver bullion wire, somewhat against regulation and was for use on the full dress uniform of a very senior officer. The very first wing in my collection, a very long time ago.

Chris Langley

Image size: 4000 x 3000, 2.74Mb | Camera details: Canon PowerShot G9 | Date uploaded: 26/06/2018

Chris Langley | British Royal Air Force Pilot Badge,Full Dress Uniform - 1918
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