Australian Flying Corp and Royal Australian Air Force Association
The Queensland Division is an autonomous association and was incorporated under Letters Patent on 17th October 1946. This document was signed by the then Governor of Queensland, Lieutenant-General Sir John Dudley Lavarack. Queensland Division is the only division of the RAAF Association in Australia incorporated in this manner.
Letters Patent are administered by the Premiers Department of the Queensland Government. Incorporation Acts are administered by the Office of Fair Trading within the relevant State or Territory.
The controlling body of the Queensland Division is the State Council which consists of the State Executive and a minimum of two Delegates from each of the Branches.
The primary document containing the guiding principles that govern the Division is supported by a set of Laws the Constitution and By-Laws: Constitution and Bylaws
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There are fourteen (14) active branches and a Headquarters List in the Queensland Division, with six branches (Gold Coast, Mackay, North Brisbane, South Brisbane, South Burnett and Tewantin-Noosa) currently in recess.
The active branches are as followed.
CAIRNS: Branch website: raafacairns.com
PINE RIVERS and SANDGATE: http://www.raafapineriversandsandgatebranch.com.au
QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY SQUADRON
TOWNSVILLE: Branch website: raafatownsville.com
WRAAF: Branch website: wraaf.org.au
Patron: Air Vice-Marshal David Dunlop CSC (Ret)
Current State President: Mr Ted Mildren CSM