United Kingdom: Distinguished Flying Cross

Ribbon: White with diagonal purple stripes (originally horizontal).

Instituted: 3 June 1918 by King George V.

Awarded: For courage or devotion to duty while flying in active service against the enemy.

Post-nominal letters: DFC.

George V Type 1 George V Type 1, Obverse George V Type 2, Reverse
George V Type 2 Obverse Sorry - no picture of reverse
George VI George VI issue, Obverse George VI issue, Reverse
Elizabeth II Sorry - no picture of obverse Sorry - no picture of reverse
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