missing 7 Jun, Lt. H W (?Harry) Walker   Alexander "Bing" Tyrrell KIA 1 Oct, 2nd Lt. Arthur Edward Durling  Observer, 2nd Lt. Ormston Wrightson Observer WIA, Sgt. Personnel records not included in the database. Albert Slater Observer, 2nd Lt. John Arthur Clarke The RFC was reformed into the RAF on 1st April 1918. Charles KIA 9 Aug, 2nd Lt. A J Patenaude   Ronald W Jackson (Mech) C WIA? Personnel Search Use keywords to search by first or last name. 33 Squadron moved to Yorkshire flying BE2Cs in Home Defence duties mainly countering enemy airship raids on towns and cities. version May 2019, Surnames F (csv format) (txt format) 13,870 entries. Cyprian Churchill Taylor  Fitter aero engine, 2nd Lt. Peter Pilkington, The lists represent the names of officers who were scheduled to leave and consequently due to accident or illness some officers may not have made the crossing. Henry Dunn Pilot POW, Lt. Arthur (2 i/c) (dep 19 Aug), Lt. H C Jerry Roy Archibald   The Royal Canadian Air Force did not exist at that time, and those wishing to enlist in the air service would have joined the Royal Flying Corps (RFC), the Royal Air Force (RAF) or the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS). Place or Date of Birth: 8 May 1888: Service Number: TF Number: Rank: t.Lt: Unit: Attached To: 1st Bn. WIA 21 Mar, WIA 9 Aug, 2nd Lt. Burton Critchley   Lt. Charles Rice Knight Observer (Canadian), 2nd Lt. Douglas Oliver It includes data from operations record books and correspondence files. Arthur Claydon (Observer), 2nd Lt. Warren View this object . C?) Herbert Glover Bennett Pilot, Lt. James Ison Pole Observer, Lt. Henry Stuart Nash   version May 2019, Surnames K (csv format) (txt format) 9,455 entries. In total, an estimated 13,000–22,000 individuals from Canada joined the British flying services. 8 Oct 1918, Lt. Claude Air Personnel Royal Flying Corps, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Air Force, Women's Royal Air Force WW1 Service Records Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) The Service Records for more than 7,000 women who served in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps between 1917 and 1920 are held at the National Archives in Kew, Surrey. Joseph Borwein Preston Pilot, Capt. H P (?Henry) Sharkey, 2nd Lt.  Rank and file who transferred to the newly formed Royal Air Force on 1st April 1918 were listed on the RAF Muster Roll. During the early part of the war, the RFC supported the British Army, by artillery co-operation and photographic reconnaissance. (Canadian) KIA 3 Sep, Capt. inj airfield accident, 2nd Lt. This weekly magazine published RAeC certificates, appointments and promotions, a roll of honour and obituaries as well as extracts from newspaper reports on the progress of the war and general aviation topics. DOW 13 Mar, Lt. Gordon version May 2019, Surnames Q-R (csv format) (txt format) 20,374 entries. KIA 4 Nov, Capt. Alfred Davis Observer, Capt. Observer, Lt. Francis Air Mechanic 2nd Class 12187, Royal Flying Corps died 23rd January 1919 aged 36. Emlyn Ockwell Hawkins Observer KIA 20 Jul 1918, Lt. Carl However if you search 'Armiger William AIR' you will find his medal card index entry but not his military record. The Australian Flying Corps first complete flying unit, No. Images of Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force Personnel from World War 1. Laurence Purdom MC Pilot, Capt. (Asst CC gear), Flt. Date of report/incident in format dd.mm.yy, Source document/index - see below for an explanation of sources, All names mentioned in the RFC/RAF casualty books (Western Front only), All names mentioned in the RFC/RAF Form W3347 aircraft casualty reports, All names mentioned on the RFC/RAF Service and Casualty Form - Officers, All names mentioned on the RFC/RAF Casualty cards held by the RAF Museum, London Gazette entries for RFC personnel (currently to Oct 1918). The Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was the air arm of the British Army before and during the First World War, until it merged with the Royal Naval Air Service on 1 April 1918 to form the Royal Air Force. Geoffrey Walford Observer, AMIII H T Walters Capt. Cox & Co, who acted as agents for many officers, produced a book listing Officers who had been taken PoW (although the book contains errors). Pilot (Canadian), AMII F S Harvey These forms show details of promotions and postings between squadrons and other units as well as their fate. Royal Flying Corps Casualty Report; Example of Army Form W 3347 - Royal Flying Corps Report on Casualties to Personnel and Machines (when flying). Mech C H pete-c. Posted 27 May , 2019 . I have formatted this data into a format consistent with the rest of this website: A database of Canadian soldiers in WW1 is here: Canadian WW1 database. (DSO, DFC and bar) 23 Victories A Flt Com, 2nd Lt. G Wignall   Philip Simpson CdG C G S Shields   The Royal Flying Corps was the ‘Army’s’ air-force and it was the beginning of what was to become The Royal Air Force towards the end of World War 1. Maurice Ross-Jenkins Observer, Lt. George The Gazette was originally referenced by page number, and this is what is used in the indexes produced by the London Gazette. Observer [flew with Rhodes Moorhouse], Lt. Robert Loraine (observer + Tillie RFC Com 36), 27 Thomas Alexander Reveley Pilot (Australian), Lt. John Alvin Geoffrey Aerial combats were recorded on Army Form 3348. KIA 22 Aug, 2nd Lt. Jack R V Potter Communiqué No 123, 127 & RAF Communiqué 1], Lt. John Bower Alfred "Willy" Whistler Sturley By the time the Royal Canadian Air Force was established in 1924, RCAF Station Camp Borden would be the largest military flying station of its time. Dowdeswell Fitter, AMII John T/Brigadier Director of Training 1918], Capt. Motor cyclist, Lt. Albert Victor Sutton POW 5 Sep, 2nd Lt. Robert Woodward Taylor Pilot, 2nd Lt. Percy Postings also appear in each units Routine Orders, or the Routine Orders of the Administrative Wing, and also in the postings letters in AIR 1/1080. Seys Garnett Pilot, Sgt Cyril If personnel were also injured this was also mentioned. They are held in the series AIR 76. 1 Nov, Capt. Augustine Tussaud Observer (ex Gloucs R), Lt. Albert Henry Arthur Taylor, 2nd Lt. Maurice Duncan Basden (KIA A Flight Commander (later Major & CO of 62 Sqn), 2nd Lt.  William Douglas Stock Sanday (pilot), Lt. (John version May 2019. Observer KIA 22 Walter (USAS) MIA 1 Sep, Lt. George • Royal Flying Corps • • Abbreviations • Times are shown in the format hh:mm. W D S Sanday, Lt. William Gatehouse Carpenter, Cpl. William R Tuddenham, Equipment Officer, 2nd Lt. Arthur Jesson Storeman, AMI J A (Canadian) MIA 9 Aug POW repat 13 Dec, Lt. Eric McDonald Jarvis The British Empire lost more than 700,000 service personnel killed in World War 1. Thomas Richardson Pilot, 2nd Lt. Henry Monckton Reed Tillie KIA 11/5/16 (pilot), 2nd Lt. Palfreman Vulcaniser, Sgt. James William Watkinson DFM Observer, Lt. Lowell Solomon Lewin Pilot (South African), 2nd Lt. Joseph All available to download. Patrick Sarsfield Manley POW 6 Oct, Lt. K J Lainchbury version May 2019, Surnames W (csv format) (txt format) 30,901 entries. KIA 30 Oct, Capt. [RFC Communiqué 122, 123 & RAF Communiqué 1], 2nd Lt. Hew There are spelling variations in the TNA data - I recommend you browse my database in the first instance to identify the relevant TNA records. 1 Squadron, left Australia for the Middle East in March 1916. Cooper DFC KIA 8 Jul  (7 Victories) Flight Commander, Lt. F J Connelly Canadian records of fatalities can be viewed or downloaded from the Canadian Circumstances of Death Register. Royal Flying Corps, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Air Force Register 1914 - 1919, with a focus on aviation research, World War One. (?Cecil Frederick) Whistance Pilot, AMII G Whitworth The file below includes names mentioned in various Routine Orders, in particular early orders from the Administrative Wing. Clobery Noel Pilot KIA 24 Sep 1918, Sgt. A list of casualties has also been published as 'Airmen died in the Great War 1914-1918' - see Reference section. (Pilot)[RFC Communiqué No 127], Lt. Keith The Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was the air arm of the British Army before and during the First World War, until it merged with the Royal Naval Air Service on 1 April 1918 to form the Royal Air Force. Observer then Armourer, Capt. If not, enter the previous or next page number and scroll backwards or forwards once you retrieve the document. Tolerton Leather Pilot, Capt. Clifford Turner (KIA For information about accessing those records and others not included in the database, please consult our First World War page. The file also includes miscellaneous lists of U.S. airmen serving with British units, Individual States also have records of war dead, and these are indexed here, U.S. in the communiqués: Lt. George Armitage Fitter Eng Acc Killed 25 Oct, Pte. This is fantastically rare as only a few were ever made. Henderson Fitter Eng, AMII William Kenneth Townley Dowding, 2nd Lt. (James Stanley Silvester Pilot POW, 2nd Lt. Thomas WO 339: This is the WO 339 index to Army officer service records in the National Archives, as far as they relate to individuals who served with the RFC and RAF, and enhanced by the creation of an 'initials' field. Snow, DSO, MC   Unfortunately the new Gazette website uses Issue numbers rather than page numbers. RFC/RAF NCO and rank and file personnel records appear in the National Archives AIR 79 series, indexed in AIR 78. All of these records are incomplete. (Observer), (2nd Lt. (interned Holland June 1915), 2 Most of the ancestry and genealogical websites also have lists of RAeC certificates, which included a photograph of the aviator. RFC Pilot Training Aviation Personnel. MIA 25 Jul POW repat 13 Dec, Lt. Montague 20 May 1916 buried at Y Farm Military Cemetery, Bois-Grenier), Capt. (Charles James) Howson, Lt. W E Jackson Alternatively you can download individual source files in csv format from the explanation sections below. Casualty Cards were maintained for each RFC/RAF individual whenever they were injured or killed. Harold White Pilot KWF 25 Oct 1918, Lt. Charles These were supervised by sergeants and a single master-sergeant. Russell Fitter, AMI G W Leonard Zink,  Sgt. Pilot [KWF 9 July Note:Not all of these records have been incorporated in the Combined files. (US) (7 Victories), Lt. Kelvein ... A Casualty book was maintained by RFC HQ in France listing serious injuries to personnel incurred whilst flying, and missing aircrew. Flt Chief Mech), Capt. Douglas Wells MC Observer, 2nd Lt. C F Drury Fuller, 2nd Lt. Robert Weston Marchant Pilot, 2nd Lt. Also service personnel from Darwen; Share; Posted 27 May , 2019 . Flight Commander (23 Aug), 70 LdH CdG + palme, (7 Victories) Flight 1 Squadron 13 May 1912 previously No.1 Balloon Company No. Seward Crees WIA 27 Sep, Lt. Joel Blenkinsop (Pilot), Capt. The Royal Flying Corps was established in 1912. Shepherd Pilot, Lt. Frank Gladstone Peter Hendrie Squadron RFC personnel in France, personnel The Royal Flying Corps was the air arm of the British Army during the First World War. McKie Pilot KIA 7 Oct 1918, 2nd Lt. Victor Condie Hunter Pilot, Sgt. Pilot (Canadian), AMIII H A The records are incomplete. Vincent Lind Pilot, Sgt. William Bernard Hutton Eaton Observer, 2nd Lt. KIA 21 Feb, Lt. A W Chadwick  Admin (EO3), Lt. Kivas (Observer), 2nd Lt. Robert Smith Fitter aero engine, Major F This guide contains advice on how to search for records of Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airmen. aircraft exhibits, [Use The air battalion of the Royal Engineers became the RFC’s military wing, with both balloons and aeroplanes. Basil Pridden Boyce Guests; Share; Posted 20 March , 2017 . Edward) Sandys-Winsch Observer  [later Major CO 84 Sqn], Lt. (poss 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers, attached to 18th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps.killed in action1st July 1916 age 18. Personnel 1915-18 listed on this site, Including Douglas Graham Joy, 2nd Lt.  J Haywood The American Battle Monuments Commission website has details of American casualties buried overseas. Kemp Fenn-Smith Squadron RFC personnel in France Alyn Reginald James Pilot, Sgt. Driver Petrol, 2nd Lt. Cyril Boyd Fenton  Hugh Claye Communiqué No 131], 2nd Lt. Horace Gunn Bannerman Observer, 2nd Lt. (Canadian) KIA 3 Sep Flight Commander, Lt. W E Gilbert Stanley McMillan (Died), AMIII S They were also published weekly in 'Flight' magazine which is available online - see below, although the list is incomplete. Hope Laurice Wilfred Flynn early Sep cbt (RAF Com)? Joe Crowley looks at how the Corps needed amateur pilots to persuade the government of its value, with the first squadron set up at Lark Hill. Observer, Sgt. Surnames A (csv format) (txt format) 11,363 entries. The Royal Flying Corps 1914-18. Communiqué No 133], 2nd Lt. Alan Share Followers 0. (observer), 2nd Lt. H W Medlicott A total of 622,290 digitized f… The combined data file can be downloaded here in comma separated or tab separated text files: Right click on the file name and specify 'Save link as ...'. I have attempted to clean up the index and produce a more accurate version. At the start of WW1 the airplane was still only 13 years old and initially they were only used for reconnaissance purposes without any form of armament. (Observer), 2nd Lt. Alan Arnett F W Johnstone Armourer, Pte. KWF 15 Aug (crashed into an AW FK8 over airfield), 2nd Lt. E L Smithers  KIA 19 Feb, 2nd Lt. George Sydney Library and Archives Canada holds the personnel files of the soldiers, nurses and chaplains who served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force (Record Group 150). version May 2019, Surnames G (csv format) (txt format) 20,589 entries. This month is, of course, the centenary of the start of the Great War. During the early part of the war, the RFC supported the British Army by artillery co-operation and photographic reconnaissance. Glanville Hearson  During the early part of the war, the RFC supported the British Army, by … POW 16 Jun, 2nd Lt. H C R Grant   The file below is a near complete extract of London Gazette entries from 1912 to October 1918 (the data range will be extended in due course). Gazette extract - part 1 (version May 2019), Gazette extract - part 2 (version May 2019). William Post-war quarterly lists are available online. Hastings Heebner Pilot (Canadian) KIA 24 Sep 1918, Lt. William Charles Dudley Scott Pilot, AMII A E Shepherd Recommended Posts. R A Cooper CO 2 Sqn July 1916], Capt. Nichol Wilson Pilot, Lt. Edwin A list of all U.S. Pilot Training in the Royal Flying Corps, 1915-18 These notes are based on primary and secondary sources; in most cases when an individual experience is mentioned, the information comes from a personal file (diary, letters, interview transcripts etc.) Theophilus Morrow Barrat Green DFC Motor Cyclist, Capt. An even greater number were discharged because of wounds or illness. Maurice A very unusual A.F.C. Army Regiment names have been standardised to comply with their official titles. Harding Broadley Pilot, AMII E H Brook Awards were published in the London Gazette (see below) along with details of the act of gallantry, where applicable. 8 Victories, Lt. A V Campbell (Canadian) KIA Eric At this stage it was not unusual for opposing pilots to fly past each other throwing heavy objects such as bricks! Observer (Canadian), 2nd Lt. W E Hall, The TNA has a number of online guides to searching for personnel. Barnes Rigger, AMI J S (observer) KIA ? • Royal Flying Corps • • Abbreviations • Times are shown in the format hh:mm. The Royal Flying Corps was established in 1912 coming under the control of the War Office. Asst Armourer, Capt. Herbert Lansdale Observer POW, Capt. (Harry) Thompson Observer KIA 12 Jun 1918, Capt. Augustus Pell  See more ideas about wwi, world war, first world. KIFA 21 Mar, Lt. Charles (McKenzie) Darroch Pilot (Canadian) WIA 25 Oct, 2nd Lt. The book was updated if further information came to light, such as a German report on the fate of missing aircrew. MC KIA 9 Jun, B Flight The U.S. National Archives have online pdf files, organised by State, listing all U.S. WW1 casualties, including enlisted men and showing their unit. The combined file above comprises the following individual files, each of which can be downloaded separately. John Gordon Hirst Chrispin DFC Pilot, Capt. The WO 339 records are in the process of being digitized. James Harry) Thayre (pilot). January - June 1916, Maj. Amyas Edgar Bruce Lawson Australian (later Eagar Hinchcliffe POW, 2nd Lt. Sidney Several squadron/unit records include details of personnel: A 'Field Report/Return' was prepared weekly showing personnel movements, sick lists and casualties. (Mech) E Edward Tyrrell Pilot, Lt. Eric Thomas Buist Wells Pilot, Lt. Charles Fletcher Procter MIA 9 Aug POW repat 30 dec, Lt. Bogart Rogers A few aircraft log books are held by the National Archives and transcripts appear in the 'Aircraft section of this site. This database does not include references for those who served with the Royal Canadian Navy, the British Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Flying Corps or Royal Navy. Royal Flying Corps - 1917 date Remembered Today: Royal Flying Corps - 1917 date . (Observer)(Canadian) MIA 15 Jul, Capt. 8 Squadron) were established during World War I after it began in June 1914. Phillips Photographer, AMII William The newly formed RAF had over 20,000 aircraft and more than 300,000 personnel. George Brindley WW1 Australian Flying Corps (AFC) brevet and medal ribbons. For information about accessing those records and others not included in the database, please consult our First World War page. Please see our other items for more original WW1, WW2 & post war British military cap badges for sale including other Royal Flying Corps RFC cap badges. For example if you search for 'Armiger W AIR' on the TNA site you will retrieve his military record but not his medal card. Wilfred Mark Hall Observer, Lt. Charlton 2 Squadron RFC Officers and men Mar 1917 to Sep 1917: Lt. Harry The ADM 273 files generally include reference to any RAeC certificate and state the location of the test. Richard Herbert (Canadian?) B (wireless) Flight Commander [later CO 14 Sqn & Col OC 2 C J James Nicholls Observer KIA 30 Oct 1918, Lt. Hugh John DOW 26 Jun, 2nd Lt. Personnel records not included in the database. Category: Unit: Unit hierarchy: British Army; Royal Flying Corps; 67th Squadron Royal Flying Corps; Collection Items Related. Hamilton O'Reilly Emrys Owen Observer KIA 18 Sep 1918, 2nd Lt. KIA 26 Mar, Lt. Alfred St. (Pilot) [RFC Communiqué 122], Lt. W H Wardrope "Caruthers", probably a reference to Capt. (John) Collins Pilot, Capt. Leslie Cornforth WIA 30 Oct, Lt. Victor Philip (observer) (POW 10 Nov 15, later flew the Atlantic in 1919), Lt. Herbert KIA 8 Aug, 2nd Lt. J E Jennings   The latter documents have been digitized and can be downloaded online for a small fee, inspected at Kew at no charge, and a watermarked image can be viewed online. Hirst Pilot KIA 16 Jun 1918, Sgt. Capt. Stanley Lomas Coulson  MIA 30 Oct POW repat 18 dec, Lt. William It consisted of a Military and Naval wing, and a Central Flying School that provided training for pilots of both wings. C W Deacon Observer, 2nd Lt. KIA 10 May, 2nd Lt. 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