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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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by Australia. Royal Australian Air Force
[Canberra, Australian Capital Territory] : [Royal Australian Air Force, Air Power Development Centre], [2014]
BookBook [text, still image, computer disc]
by Australia. Royal Australian Air Force
Richmond, N.S.W. : Royal Australian Air Force, 1965
by Australia. Royal Australian Air Force. Chief of Air Force
Canberra, ACT : Air Power Development Centre, Department of Defence, 2010-
JournalJournal, OnlineOnline [text, volume]
by Australia. Royal Australian Air Force
Laverton, [Victoria] : Royal Australian Air Force, Central Photographic Establishment, 1975
MapMap [cartographic image, sheet]
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