It’s always tough being away from family but for serving personnel separation is a part of service life. After four months away from his family, Corporal Martyn West returned home early from a tour of the Falklands, surprising his young daughters – all of which was captured on film by his wife, Danielle.
Amidst the frocks and finery of Royal Ascot racegoers today were soldiers, sailors, marines, and airmen and airwomen resplendent in full dress uniform, as the racecourse welcomed military stewards in support of three Armed Forces welfare charities.
RAF Benevolent Fund ambassador Jacqui Thompson joined thousands of people at the Patron's Lunch on the Mall on Sunday to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen's 90th birthday.
As one of the oldest flying Squadrons, Number 56 mark their centenary year with a series of events.
Celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday this year will be all the more special for two youngsters living at RAF Lossiemouth – after they met Her Majesty during a visit to the RAF station in 2014.
With this weekend marking the official celebrations of Her Majesty The Queen's 90th birthday, the youngsters at Airplay Scampton held a street party to celebrate in style.
As the nation raises a glass in celebration of Her Majesty's birthday tomorrow, RAF Benevolent Fund Director of Welfare and Policy Paul Hughesdon looks back on the three occasions he met the Queen.
As the nation prepares to celebrate with Her Majesty The Queen on her 90th birthday, the RAF Benevolent Fund celebrates our very special royal patron.
The first RAF Families Day of 2016, was held at RAF Valley on Thursday with the Red Arrows, a B-52 and Ainsley Harriott joining in on the fun!
After 44 years Service, recently retired Wg Cdr Bob Lander decided to cycle solo from Lands End to John O'Groats to raise funds for the RAF Benevolent Fund.