Royal Australian Air Force
The first plan for an Australian air force was given to the Military Board in 1910. The plan was approved on 22 October, 1912, and five planes were ordered. A flying school was set up on 734 acres (297 ha) of land at Point Cook, Victoria, with the first students starting on 17 August, 1914.
- "Australian Military Aviation and World War One: Royal Australian Air Force". www.airforce.gov.au. Retrieved 2009-05-23.