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In 1919, the Australian Flying Corps became an independent service called the Australian Air Corps. On 31st March, 1921 the Australian Air Corps became the Australian Air Force. Approval to use the prefix "Royal" was granted in July, 1921

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[Point Cook, Vic.] : Issued by the Director General of Recruiting, Dept. of Defence, 1971
 
 
[Point Cook, Vic.] : Issued by the Director General of Recruiting, Dept. of Defence, 1971
MicroformMicroform, BookBook
 
 
by Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Australian Section
[Melbourne] : [Australian Section Imperial General Staff], [1937]
MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
 
 
by Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Australian Section
[Melbourne] : [prepared by Australian Section Imperial General Staff], [1940]
MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
 
 
by Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Australian Section
[Melbourne] : prepared by Australian Section Imperial General Staff, 1937
MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
 
 
by Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Australian Section
[Melbourne] : Australian Section Imperial General Staff, [1942]
MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
 
 
Melbourne : Commonwealth Meteorological Bureau, 1940
 
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