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Free French Air Force - Fighting For Free France — The FAFL in French North Africa (1940–1943)
... From a strength of 500 on July 1940, the ranks of the FAFL grew to 900 by 1941, including 200 flyers ... named then-Colonel Martin Valin as commander-in-chief of the FAFL ... All FAFL aircraft were to be identified differently from those of the Vichy French air force, which continued to use the pre-war tricolor roundel ...
Australian Rules Football In Finland
... The FAFL plays the European style Australian football which is played on soccer or American football fields and consists of 15 players on each team, with nine on the field and six on the interchange ... The FAFL plays 15 minute quarters and also has a 40 metre scoring zone where all scores must be made from ... After the 2010 home and away season the first ever FAFL cup was held in Tali, Helisnki ...
Military History Of France During World War II - African Theatre of World War II - North African Campaign & Desert War - North African Free French Air Force (July 1940–1945)
... On July 8, 1940 were created the Free French Flight (FAFL) units based in Middle-Eastern French colonies ... From a strength of 500 on July 1940, the ranks of the Forces Aériennes Françaises Libres (FAFL) grew to 900 by 1941, including 200 fliers ... Besides the FAFL air force existed the Free French Naval Air Service ...
Westland Lysander - Operational History - Free French
... of the Forces Aériennes Françaises Libres (Free French Air Force, FAFL) when Groupe Mixte de Combat (GMC) 1, formed at RAF Odiham on 29 August 1940, was sent to French ... As with all FAFL aircraft, the Lysanders sported the Cross of Lorraine insignia on the fuselage and the wings instead of the French tricolor roundel first used in 1914, to distinguish their aircraft from those ... In all, 24 Lysanders were used by the FAFL ...