British Royal Flying Corps Officers Collar Badge

A British Royal Flying Corps officers collar badge manufactured in bronze, with the monogram ‘RFC’ surmounted by a King’s crown and surrounded by a laurel wreath, the tips of which joined by the crown. The reverse is unmarked complete with lugss in good condition.




Product ID: 11691


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Royal Flying Corps

Early military aviation was the responsibility of the army who established the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) in 1912. The naval wing moved to the control of the Admiralty when the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) was formed in 1914. The two organisations combined to create the independent Royal Air Force (RAF) on 1 April 1918. Those who served in the RFC or RNAS and then the RAF may have records in more than one place.


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