RAF heritage and societies
Information on RAF organistions and societies.
Battle of Britain Historical Society: In the summer of 1940, 2,944 pilots took part in an historic battle against the German Luftwaffe that was to become the only battle ever to be fought entirely in the air, this battle was to become known as the 'Battle of Britain' and the pilots as 'The Few'.
Armed Forces Memorial Appeal: The Appeal's task is to provide a National Monument of beauty, meaning and substance, to act as a lasting Memorial to the men and women of the United Kingdom Armed Forces who have lost their lives while on duty or as a result of terrorism since the Second World War.
Confederation of British Service & Ex-Service Organisations: COBSEO is established to represent, promote and further the interests of Service and ex-Service men and women of all ranks, and of their spouses and dependants by all practical, legal and proper means.
Royal Air Force Charitable Trust: The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust is an independent charity and has as its objectives the promotion of recruiting and efficiency in the Royal Air Force as well as supporting RAF charitable work.