Round metal die depicting a torch and crown, and the words 'Royal Australian Air Force Apprentice Training'. The RAAF Apprentice Training Scheme was launched in October 1947. Twenty years later, in 1967, the 2,000th graduate from the scheme was commemorated at RAAF Base Wagga. The scheme ended in March 1993.

Stokes and Sons started when Thomas Stokes produced buttons and tokens in the late 1850s. The company started mass producing medals in the early 20th century. Over the years Stokes and Sons have minted many of the special occasion medals.

Physical Description

Round die with design featuring a circle within which is inscribed 'Royal Australian Air Force'; the Imperial Crown; a flaming torch; two crossed lightning bolts beneath.

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