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
The RAF Benevolent Fund is proud and privileged to be the official guardian of the Bomber Command Memorial, which stands as a fitting tribute to the 55,573 Bomber Command crew who lost their lives in the Second World War. It is our aim to preserve the memorial for future generations so that the noble sacrifice of those who lost their lives in Bomber Command will always be remembered.
Join us at 11am on Saturday 31 October for the Virtual Bomber Command Memorial Anniversary Service to commemorate all those who so bravely served in Bomber Command for our freedom today.
An inscription commemorates the 55,573 airmen who lost their lives.
A Lancaster drops poppies over the Bomber Command Memorial.
The Bomber Command Memorial features bronze sculptures of a Bomber Command aircrew.
An RAF regiment serviceman salutes the Bomber Command Memorial statues.
Her Majesty The Queen unveiling the Bomber Command Memorial in 2012.
Judi Dench, patron of our Upkeep Club.