Upkeep Club

Join the Bomber Command Memorial Upkeep Club and help maintain the memorial for future generations.

Bomber Command Memorial shop

We have a range of Bomber Command Memorial themed gifts available at our online shop.

Bomber Command app

Download the new Bomber Command Memorial iPhone app

Guardians of the Bomber Command Memorial

The RAF Benevolent Fund is the proud custodian of the Royal Air Force Memorial on the banks of the Thames, and we are very proud that we are now also guardian for the Bomber Command Memorial. It is our aim to preserve the memorial for future generations so that the noble sacrifice of 55,573 young Bomber Command crew who lost their lives will always be remembered.

Bomber Command Memorial shop

We have a range of Bomber Command Memorial themed gifts available at our online shop. Why not take a look and make a purchase?

Bomber Command Memorial app

Download the Bomber Command Memorial iPhone app which includes audio interviews with Bomber Command veterans, an interactive guide to the Memorial along with other features. Find out more about the app.

The Memorial

To honour their sacrifice the Bomber Command Memorial has been built in central London.

 

  • Statues of seven aircrew stand at the heart of the memorial.
  • Two veterans at the Bomber Command  Memorial.
  • An inscription commemorates the 55,573 airmen who lost their lives.
  • An airman salutes at the Bomber Command Memorial.
  • A Lancaster drops poppies over the Bomber Command Memorial.
  • A view of the memorial from the street.

The RAF Benevolent Fund needs your support

We rely on you to preserve the Bomber Command Memorial for future generations.

  • Single Donation
  • Monthly Donation

Please give as much as you can and make sure this great memorial stays as a tribute to all those in Bomber Command who gave their lives in World War II.

Johnny Johnson, Dambusters bomb aimer.

£

Please give as much as you can and make sure this great memorial stays as a tribute to all those in Bomber Command who gave their lives in World War II.

Johnny Johnson, Dambusters bomb aimer.

£

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