WORLD WAR I: AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS AND
AIRMEN FROM AUSTRALIA SERVING IN BRITISH FORCES
ROLL OF HONOUR BY STATE

For Airmen who died while serving in the Australian Army, this Roll has been compiled using the State of the Place of Association shown on each Airmen’s individual record on the Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour.  The names of these Airmen are shown in blue for those who died while serving in Australian Flying Corps ( AFC) Squadrons and Units, and those whose names are shown in red died while serving with Royal Flying Corps (RFC) or RAF (Royal Air Force from 1 April 1918 onwards) Squadrons or Units, or Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) Units.  For Airmen from Australian serving in British Forces, their State of Birth or State where their parents or next-of-kin resided taken from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Records have been used to compile the Roll. Their names are shown in black, as are the names of Airmen taken Prisoner of War but who survived the War.  This Roll also contains the names of Airmen from the Mesopotamia Half Flight which preceded the formation of the AFC.

The AFC Rolls of Honour are also shown by Unit and by Operations.

WORLD WAR I: AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS AND
AIRMEN FROM AUSTRALIA SERVING IN BRITISH FORCES
ROLL OF HONOUR BY STATE

WORLD WAR I: AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS AND
AIRMEN FROM AUSTRALIA SERVING IN BRITISH FORCES
ROLL OF HONOUR BY STATE

WORLD WAR I: AUSTRALIAN FLYING CORPS AND
AIRMEN FROM AUSTRALIA SERVING IN BRITISH FORCES
ROLL OF HONOUR BY STATE

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