The RAF Benevolent Fund is delighted to announce it has awarded a grant of £20,000 to the Alzheimer's Society towards the cost of its support of the RAF family.
One runner joining the hundreds at the recent Peoples Run 2 Remember 5km events made sure he stood out from the crowd – in a big blue RAF Benevolent Fund dress.
November 1935 – the moment an iconic aircraft took to the skies for the first time – the Hawker Hurricane.
Sqn Ldr Lionel Hubert Wakeford, DFC was only 38 when he was killed during a training exercise on in September 1953. His eldest son, David, explains how we helped the family following his father's death.
For the first time ever, youngsters representing RAF Boulmer Airplay group took part in the Remembrance Day parade in Alnwick on Sunday.
This year the nation paid tribute to the bravery and sacrifice of 'The Few' who protected Great Britain's skies during the Battle of Britain. RAF veteran Stan Hartill tells us why he'll be remembering those young pilots who never made the final journey home.
From being the first Squadron equipped with the Martinsyde G100 'Elephant' to 13 years with the iconic Vulcan bomber, 28 Squadron has a rich history of aviation.
Trenchard Squadron from RAF Cosford were on hand to support the event at Masalas Restaurant in Shrewsbury which raised £1,000 for the Fund.
RAF Benevolent Fund fundraiser Sean Allerton rolled into RAF Odiham recently to push around the airfield as part of his Push 500 Challenge.
Ten months of hard work came to fruition for Burnham on Crouch 2531 D/F Air Cadets when they handed over a cheque for £6,179 to the RAF Benevolent Fund.