The man that fits is in ASC and RMF from WO338 is above, but he is "Joseph Aloysius Power". He was commissioned 20 Feb 1915. His joining ADRIC is consistent with an Irish officer.
1894 Jul 12. Born Waterford. (the birth is recorded as just Joseph Power, but RIC entry has Joseph Alexander)
There are 2 possibles in Irish Census living in Waterford in 1901 and 1911
1915 Feb 20. Commissioned in ASC. He appears to have been invalided out, and applies for SWB on 15 Sep 1916, but this is refused, as are 2 further applications, until a SWB was granted 25 Jul 1919.
1915 May 5. ASC. The undermentioned temporary Second Lieutenants relinquish their commissions on account of ill-health : — J. A. Power.
1918 Apr 22. Joins RAF as a Cadet. Nothing else except his full, correct dob on the record
1921 Jan 4. Joined ADRIC with service no 1429. Posted to M Coy. Joined in Ireland
1921 Mar 19 . Posted to H Coy
1921 Apr 2. Posted to Dept Coy
1921 Apr 27. Posted to B Coy
1921 Jan 14. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1922 Mar 2.. Joined British Gendarmerie section of Palestine Police as a Constable
1922 Mar 22 Leaves UK for Palestine as part of a Police Contingent on SS City of Exeter. The main group left on Apr 12, so he was part of a first group
1922 Jun 28. Resigned from British Gendarmerie.
1932 Feb 9. Leaves UK for Egypt. He is a government official . His UK address is 3 Bury Rd, Hatfield. He travels 3rd class with his wife and child
1934 Aug 17. Leaves UK for Egypt. He is a government official
1970 Jan/Mar Died Aldershot, Hants