Menu Donate Request our help

Helpline: 0800 169 2942

Bomber Command Memorial

  • Three crews have not returned

    Sam Brookes served on Lancaster bombers with Bomber Command and flew thirty missions. In this blog, Sam tells us of a daring raid on the Baltic coast of Poland, and remembers the crews who did not return.

  • Lancaster pilot remembers the fallen

    Flying Officer Alan Biffen served in the Royal Air Force from 1942 to 1946, initially flying Wellington bombers, before transferring to Lancasters. Alan tells us what the new Bomber Command Memorial means to him.

  • Guardians of the Bomber Command Memorial

    The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund has taken responsibility for the Bomber Command Memorial. In this blog, Mike Neville, our chief of staff, discusses why the memorial is so important.

  • Paying tribute to a Bomber Boy

    Donald Hodge served in the RAF as a mid upper gunner on Lancasters from 1943-44. He passed away in December 2011. His son, also Donald, is attending the unveiling of the Bomber Command Memorial to pay tribute to him and all those who gave their lives during the war.

  • Remembering the heroes of Bomber Command

    The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is proud to be working with the Bomber Command Association towards the unveiling of the Bomber Command Memorial on June 28 2012.

0800 169 2942

Sign up to receive the RAFBF e-newsletter

RAF Benevolent Fund: Down for maintenance

Apologies, but we're temporarily offline.

We are performing scheduled maintenance. We should be back online shortly.

0800 169 2942