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What does RFC stand for?

RFC stands for Royal Flying Corps (now RAF)


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1912: The Royal Flying Corps was instituted by Royal Charter.
1912: The Royal Flying Corps was instituted by Royal Charter.
1918: The Royal Naval Air Service and the Royal Flying Corps merged to become the Royal Air Force.
TODAY FEAST OF 1912: The Royal Flying Corps, predecessor of the Royal Air Force, was instituted by Royal Charter.
1918: The Royal Naval Air Service and the Royal Flying Corps merged to become the Royal Air Force.
Whiston-born Squadron Leader Walter "Scruffy" Longton was a quadruple gallantry award winner and one of only three men to be awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross with two bars for his service with the fledgling Royal Flying Corps in World War I.
In fact, Ivor served with the Royal Flying Corps during World War I and wrote the famous wartime song "Keep The Home Fires Burning" which was subsequently sung by tens of thousands of soldiers serving in the fields of France, to help lift their spirits during that terrible conflict.