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  • Remembering Bomber Command

    Barbara Storer's father was serving with the RAF in Bomber Command when his Lancaster was lost over France in 1944. Here, Barbara remembers her father.

  • Squadron runners raise £1,000

    A team of runners form the RAF's Air Movements Squadron have smashed their fundraising target and raised over £1,000 for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • Rock Hard Triathlon

    Fifteen triathletes from RAF Honington took part in the Rock Hard Triathlon, an endurance event spanning the length of the country.

  • Middlesex ATC present cheque to the RAF Benevolent Fund

    On Sunday 7 October 2012, cadets from Middlesex Wing ATC handed a cheque for £1,670 to the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (RAFBF) at RAF Northolt.

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  • Racing for charity

    Wing Commander Brian Watson supports the RAF Benevolent Fund in a unique way. He races a Mini proudly emblazoned with our famous heart roundel. Brian tells us more in this blog.

  • Push 500 wheelchair challenge

    Ex-RAF Regiment gunner, Sean Allerton, was at RAF Benson yesterday for a leg of his unique Push 500 Challenge.

  • A pie that does good work

    Those fine people at COOK have created a steak and Spitfire Ale pie that's on sale to support the RAF Benevolent Fund. We asked one hungry airman to try it out. Sergeant Alex Ford, the RAF airman blogger, tucks in...

  • Saying thanks to the RAF

    Dan Brittain is running the Cardiff Half Marathon this weekend for the RAF Benevolent Fund. He has a very special reason – to say 'thank you' to RAF Search and Rescue. Dan tells us more.

  • Cupcakes for charity

    Those lovely folks at the dental centre at Mount Pleasant Airfield have raised over £300 for the RAF Benevolent Fund by baking and selling cupcakes.

  • Battle of Britain Sunday

    Last Sunday, 15 September, some of the few surviving veterans of the Battle of Britain gathered at Westminster Abbey for the annual service to remember the courage and sacrifice of The Few.

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