Meet King, whose life as a stray has turned around in a big way. This once homeless dog is now on the road to becoming to a Royal Australian Air Force military working dog. SEE - Shelter DOGS can be of such use to our society - Id love to see more of this
The Dump And Burn was a favorite of Royal Australian Air Force Aardvark (loving called the 'Pig' in the RAAF) pilots. Dump some fuel, then light the afterburners. Not recommended during formation flying!
If not for a new policy of the Royal Australian Air Force Amberley, this handsome military hero would have been killed after his service to his country. Turk is first RAAF Amberley dog to go home with his handler instead of being killed.
AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE Since 1911 by N.M. Parnell & C.A. Lynch NO LONGER IN PRINT
12 year old girl welder for Australian Air Force 1943 WWII
A RAAF PC-21 in flight over Victoria’s Gippsland region. (Defence) The first six Pilatus PC-21 advanced trainers for the Royal Australian Air Force were formally welcomed into service during a ceremony at RAAF Base East Sale, Victoria on Friday. Forty-nine PC-21s as well as simulators and training devices are being acquired under the AIR 5428 Pilot Training System. #AdvancedBusinessDegrees #SalesForceTraining