As the nation stopped to mark Remembrance Day this year and the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, members of the RAF Benevolent Fund's Airplay youth support scheme took time to pay their own tribute.
The RAF Benevolent Fund's President, His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent KG hosts centenary lunch at Buckingham Palace
On Monday 29 October, a number of Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund supporters attended a luncheon at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the RAF Benevolent Fund's President, His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent KG.
All at the RAF Benevolent Fund are mourning the loss of Harry Irons DFC - one of the greatest supporters of the Bomber Command Memorial – after he passed away this weekend.
A Book of Gratitude featuring hundreds of messages of thanks has been presented to the last surviving British Dambuster Johnny Johnson MBE, DFC, by Kevin Marriott, whose great uncle was killed in the raid.
Today, Remembrance Sunday, Squadron Leader Mike Waring will join thousands of others as they line the streets of London to pay their respects at the Cenotaph. Mike shares with us why Remembrance is so important for him and his family.
As the nation prepares to mark Remembrance tomorrow, we hear from Natasha Haward whose father, Group Captain David Haward, was killed in a flying accident in 1998 when she was just four years old. In this guest blog, Natasha reflects on what Remembrance means to her.
This month ninety-five-year-old Vera Clachers received her war medal, 73 years after it was awarded to her, at our annual reception held at Edinburgh Castle.
This Remembrance Sunday we will remember all those we have lost in war but we will also remember those who have passed away this year.
A celebration of 100 years of the Royal Air Force was held at London's British Museum earlier this month, attended by the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier.
Three RAF Regiment servicemen are planning to take a dose of their own medicine with a fundraising 80kg sled pull around Chinnor this weekend.