The work of the Queen's air forces is essentially a job for both men and women. The ubiquity and importance of the role of the Women's Royal Air Force is easily overlooked, and yet the fact remains that women serve in every one of the R.A.F. Commands described elsewhere in this issue, with the exception only of the R.A.F. Regiment. The W.R.A.F. in 1953 forms not a separate corps but an integral, essential part of the whole Air Force framework, and as such its value is undisputed.

Source: Flight International