Definition of DFC in English:

DFC

Line breaks: DFC
Pronunciation: /diːɛfˈsiː
 
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abbreviation

(In the UK) Distinguished Flying Cross, a decoration for distinguished active service awarded to members of the RAF, instituted in 1918.
More example sentences
  • He was also awarded three Distinguished Flying Crosses, a Bronze Star and an Air Medal.
  • Squadron Leader Learmonth was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross for his attack on the destroyer, and a bar in August 1943 as Commanding Officer of No.22 Squadron.
  • Not only was he a hero to me because he was my uncle, but he'd been fêted widely as a daring pilot in the Royal Australian Air Force, decorated with a Distinguished Flying Cross and Bar.

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