The RFC/RNAS Handbook, 1914-1918

The RFC/RNAS Handbook, 1914-1918

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In the late 19th century, aviation was dismissed by some military personnel as a waste of time. But, by 1912 the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) had been formed, combining the Air Battalion of the royal Engineers and the Naval Air Organization. Two years later, just one month before the outbreak of World War I, the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) was created as an idependent unit.Female dispatch-riders, unlike their male counterparts (see Chapter Three) did not do night duty. ... groups, some of whom had endured grinding poverty in civilian life, needed instruction in basics of hygiene and personal care. ... It included: One pair of strong boots or shoes (augmenting those officially issued) One pair of low-heeled shoes for indoor ... which the coat-dress of that organisation continued to be worn, although seemingly with the THE RFC/RNAS HANDBOOK !9 14 - 1 9 I 8.

Title:The RFC/RNAS Handbook, 1914-1918
Author: Peter G. Cooksley
Publisher:Sutton Pub Limited - 2000

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