A new podcast has launched exploring the history and legacy of the Guinea Pig Club, a group of airmen who suffered life-changing burns and injuries during the Second World War. The three-part mini-series has been created by the RAF Benevolent Fund to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Club and to ensure its legacy lives on.
We provide a range of support to RAF veterans and serving personnel and their families which includes financial help, support with housing, benefits advice and mental wellbeing support.
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To mark the 80th Anniversary, we're sharing the stories of the club members who survived devastating crashes during the Second World War.
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As we mark the 80th anniversary of the Air Training Corps, we'd love to hear your story from when you were an air cadet.
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We are the proud guardians of the Bomber Command Memorial in London which honours the 55,573 Bomber Command crew who lost their lives in World War Two.
Our Airplay programme supports children and young people growing up on RAF stations across the UK.