The RAF Benevolent Fund is saddened to hear of the death of Les Munro, the last surviving Dambusters pilot.
Flt Lt Andrew McMaster, from Bicester, is one of more than 50 cyclists who have signed up to take part in the Battle of Britain Paris to London Brompton Bike Ride this September.
As a member of the ground crew of 609 Squadron, Stan Hartill saw first hand the bravery and sacrifice of the Battle of Britain pilots.
Former Squadron Leader Pete Thompson, of St Arvans, will tackle a 240-mile challenge on a Brompton bike to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
As the Battle of Britain wore on, the critical shortage of trained pilots became more and more apparent and In July 1940, the RAF announced it would form two Polish fighter squadrons.
The RAF Benevolent Fund is excited to launch a new partnership with quality British knitwear brand Glenbrae.
Our Benefits Advice and Advocacy Service was launched earlier this year to offer a new kind of support. Robert Rimmington explains how it has helped him.
While the pilots were undoubtedly the heroes of the Battle of Britain, it was the ground crew who helped keep the aircraft protecting our skies in the air.
There was no squadron quite like No. 601 Squadron at the beginning of the Battle of Britain. The squadron was wholly ordinary in some aspects but extraordinary in others.
Team RAFBF Spitfire triumphed at the J70 Class World Sailing Championships on Saturday, to finish ninth overall and named world champions.