Royal Aloian Air Force
Air coat
Coat of arms of the Royal Aloian Air Force


"Ad astra per aspera." (Latin for "To the stars through difficulties")



Total strength

102,300 active duty personnel
59,000 civilian personnel
23,000 reserve personnel
35,000 air guard personnel
2,100 aircraft
21 satellites


Gordon Air Field, Halle


Gustaf XVI, King of Aloia

Minister of Defense

The Honorable Beth Moore

Secretary of the Air Force

The Honorable Jean Lindberg

Chief of Air Operations

General Marian Hedwig

The Royal Aloian Air Force is the aerial warfare division of the Aloian Armed Forces and one of the three branches of the military of Aloia. Initially part of the Aloian Army, the Air Force was formed as a separate branch of the military under the National Security Act of 1956. It is the most recent branch of the Aloian military to be formed and one of the most technologically advanced air forces. 

The Royal Air Force is a military service organized within the Department of the Air Force, one of three departments which make up the Ministry of Defense. The Air Force is headed by the civilian Secretary of the Air Force, who reports to the Minister of Defense, and is appointed by the Chancellor with High Council confirmation. The highest-ranking military officer in the Department of the Air Force is the Chief of Air Operations, who exercises supervision over Air Force units.