RAAF

RAAF
abbr. Royal Australian Air Force.

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abbrev
Royal Australian Air Force

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R.A.A.F. or RAAF (no periods),
Royal Australian Air Force.

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abbr. Royal Australian Air Force

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raaf
obs. f. raff n.3

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