One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘the pilot tested positive for a substance banned by the RFDS’short for Royal Flying Doctor Service
- ‘With Adelaide more than three hours away by road, the RFDS landed at Peterborough airstrip shortly after 11 pm.’
- ‘They have travelled throughout the wide areas served by the RFDS and lived for a time with the people who stay and work in remote and lonely regions.’
- ‘The RFDS began in 1928 when Reverend John Flynn initiated a flying medical service to isolated inland communities.’
- ‘Evacuation data were not available from Western Australia as the RFDS there had not yet fully computerised its records.’
- ‘By raising money and awareness about the work of the RFDS, you are helping to save lives.’
- ‘What started out as a family trip to compete in the rodeo ended with her spending the night in hospital after a late night flight with the RFDS.’
- ‘Today, the RFDS operates from 21 bases and provides medical assistance to over 290,000 people every year—that’s one every two minutes.’
- ‘Several areas of Australia have dentists who work in cooperation with the RFDS.’
- ‘The RFDS is an emergency service that relies on the generosity of the Australian public to keep the Flying Doctor flying.’
- ‘The men and women of the RFDS perform their lifesaving work every day of the year.’
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