The RAF Benevolent Fund has launched our newly expanded RAF Veterans' Lunch Club at Princess Marina House to support older veterans.
And 10 of them were won by RAF Benevolent Fund beneficiaries – well done Stuart Robinson, Andy Phillips, Mike Goody, Joanna Martin, and Luke Wigman!
The team of four, hailing from stations across Lincolnshire have cycled from RAF Digby to Edinburgh Castle and back, in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund and Diabetes UK, raising more than £3,700.
This month 60 Squadron celebrates 100 years of service. From Venoms to Vampires, and a special cameo from Lawrence of Arabia, this unit bears an illustrious history and heritage.
Former RAF Nurse Joanna Martin has been selected to represent the United Kingdom in three events at this month's Invictus Games in Florida. Joanna will take on indoor rowing, handcycling and discus, hoping to bring home a Gold medal.
Andy Phillips hopes to add to his tally of Invictus Games gold medals at this year's competition, starting on Sunday in Florida.
Two years on from his first successful Invictus Games, where he took home four gold medals, former RAF Regiment Gunner Mike Goody is preparing to compete again in Florida.
Former Corporal Stuart Robinson was on his fourth deployment in Afghanistan, when he was left with life changing injuries after his vehicle initiated an IED. Now just three years later, Stuart has been selected to represent the United Kingdom, for the second time, at the Invictus Games.
RAF Wittering, one of the oldest flying stations in the RAF, proudly celebrates their centenary this year.
Our Airplay programme helps to bring vital First Aid sessions to RAF Waddington kids.