Five-year-old fundraiser Jacob Newson has raised more than £6,000 for the RAF Benevolent Fund after climbing Yorkshire peak Pen-y-Ghent. As a thank you for his incredible support, the Fund invited Jacob along to a special event in Oxfordshire where he got to meet his heroes and watch a P-51 Mustang take to the skies.
The counsellor helped us to communicate with each other and really listened. Together, we developed better strategies to cope when my husband is away and it brought us together again as a team.
Five-year-old Jacob Newson will be climbing Pen-y-Ghent in Yorkshire wearing his RAF flying suit, with his dad Andy in order to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
To date, more than 5,600 serving personnel and their family members have accessed our relationship support service in partnership with Relate. RAF couple Caroline and Sam shared how it had a positive impact on their relationship.
Johnny Johnson, the last surviving original member of No. 617 Squadron RAF recently accepted a cheque from mother and son fundraisers.
Seventy-six years ago one of the lesser known but perhaps most important Bomber Command raids of the Second World War took place. The raid on Peenemünde, credited with saving thousands of lives, was to strike at the heart of Nazi research into the destructive V weapons.
Steve Markham, a pilot who lives in Hampshire, has built a replica of a Photo Reconnaissance Spitfire that was once based at RAF Odiham.
Stewart Watson, who lives in Gloucestershire, recently completed the Global Adventure London to Paris bike ride, and in doing so has raised almost £2,700 for the RAF Benevolent Fund
A group of King's Lynn park runners recently travelled to France to take part in a commemorative run along the front line of the First World War Somme battlefield to help raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Squadron Leader Mike Ling tells how his dream job almost came to a catastrophic end following a mid-air collision and how we were able to help him get back on his feet and in the air.