The Czechoslovak Air Force was the name of the Czechoslovakian Defence Force Air Arm. Found in 1918, it kept that name up until 1992, when it became the Czech Air Force.
Czechoslovak Air Force in The War That Came EarlyEdit
When war broke out in 1938, the Czechoslovak Air Force was badly outnumbered, and fitted out with outdated aircraft. Despite all this, the Czech pilots fought like mad in defence of their country. Throughout the battle for Czechoslovakia, the Czech commander's used their bombers to attack German cities, not the Army, while the Luftwaffe made numerous bombing attacks against Czech army positions and airfields.Towards the end of the battle, the Czech Air Force was still putting up a fight, and managed one last strike, becoming the first air force in history to bomb Berlin. Although the raid barely registered a flicker, it still made many German's worry about what the British and the Russians could do.