Richard Pink

The British Air Section at the [[1919 Paris Peace Conference]]. The unidentified officer standing in the middle is believed to be then-Lieutenant Colonel Pink. Air Commodore Richard Charles Montagu Pink, (30 November 1888 – 7 March 1932) was a senior officer in the Royal Air Force (RAF). He distinguished himself during service with the Royal Navy and Royal Naval Air Service in the First World War, before joining the RAF shortly after its creation in 1918. He is the namesake of Pink's War, which was the first campaign conducted by the RAF alone and the only campaign to be named after an RAF officer. Provided by Wikipedia
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