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Australia was the only dominion to establish it own air service during the Great War. The Australian Flying Corps, with its flying school at Point Cook, Victoria, was founded in 1914. The AFC produced 43 aces during the war and was disbanded in 1919.

1 1 Squadron 5 5 Squadron
2 2 Squadron 6 6 Squadron
3 3 Squadron 7 7 Squadron
4 4 Squadron 8 8 Squadron

To read selected war diaries of the Australian Flying Corps, please visit the Australian War Memorial.
 
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