British Distinguished Flying Cross

  • Medals And Decoration
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

First Created in 1918 by The British Government, it was designed to award those Pilots and Crews who have “distinguished themselves with acts of Valor and Courage while in combat against an enemy”. Subsequent Classes and were identified by a metal clap attachment. The Award is in the shape of a Silver Flure Cross, with Silver Aviation Wings superimposed over. The cloth portion of the Medal (ribbon) is Purple and White. The Award is still issued.