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  • Chris Gillan
    RAF veteran produces centenary gin to return support given to him

    Lord Trenchard Gin was launched to mark the RAF's 100th birthday by veteran Chris Gillan, in honour of the service's first Chief of the Air Staff Hugh Trenchard, 1st Viscount Trenchard.

  • Cameron Tweedle and Ben Elephant
    Pedal power v air power to mark RAF's centenary

    A team of sailors will take on a team of RAF cyclists across a 100-mile course to mark the Royal Air Force's 100th anniversary, tomorrow.

  • RAF Wittering rowers
    RAF Wittering team rows 100km indoors for RAF100 Appeal

    Morrison's supermarket in Stamford was the venue for an epic indoor row-a-thon earlier this month when personnel from RAF Wittering completed 100 kilometres for the RAF100 Appeal.

  • Sophie Bole
    Running for the Reds

    When the tragic news broke about the death of Red Arrows Engineer Corporal Jonathan Bayliss, Sophie Bole was so moved she decided to take action.

  • Greg Vickers
    Greg's Channel challenge to give back to charity

    Thirteen years ago, former SAC Greg Vickers suffered life-changing injuries after being found unconscious in the road. But now, he is taking on an incredible challenge to give back to the charity which has supported him throughout his recovery.

  • April Fools Club members
    Cyclists' tribute to Dambusters mission

    This May a group of cyclists will echo the journey taken by 19 Lancasters 75 years ago when they set off the Dambusters raid.

  • Freya Williams ready to take on London Marathon 2018
    My advice: Never enter the ballot after wine!

    For 24-year-old Freya Williams of Greenwich, taking on the London Marathon this year means so much more to her than ticking something off her bucket list. It's a chance for her to honour her Great Uncle, who served in Bomber Command.

  • Padre Michael Chatfield
    Penguin Padre tackles Falklands Marathon

    RAF Chaplain, Padre Michael Chatfield has certainly gone the extra mile to raise funds for the RAF Benevolent Fund. Not only has he decided to run the race in a penguin outfit, he had to extend his time on the Falkland Islands to do it!

  • Gherkin climbing team
    RAF personnel scale their own urban mountain

    In the first attempt of its kind, three RAF personnel scaled the 837 steps of London’s iconic Gherkin skyscraper 50 times, to match the height of the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest.

  • Jon Ward
    I got 99 problems but running ain't one!

    For Corporal Jon Ward, 1 April will not only be a celebration of the RAF centenary but also the end of a huge challenge.

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