A new facility aimed at reducing social isolation in junior ranks based at RAF Cosford has opened thanks to a grant from the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Last week a new community facility to support RAF families living at RAF High Wycombe was opened by Mrs Kate Wigston and RAF Benevolent Fund Chief Executive Air Vice-Marshal David Murray.
Tom Mountney is gearing up for a 450-mile ultra-marathon to thank the two charities which supported he and his wife through several miscarriages last year.
The station held its Annual Reception to celebrate the Fund's 100th anniversary and to thank the people and organisations who have supported the station throughout the year.
This year marks 75 years since Operation Market Garden, the largest ever airborne mission. Although ultimately a failure, General Montgomery's plan became known as a 'glorious defeat' and showed the bravery, tenacity and determination of the British Armed Forces.
A young mum of two from Lincolnshire has recently embarked on a fitness-focused fundraising challenge in order to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund
To mark the 75th anniversary of the biggest airborne assault ever mounted, Operation Market Garden, RAF Benevolent Fund Ambassador Rob Bugden explains why he is in awe of one of the Second World War's most infamous missions.
Seventy-five years ago today thousands of troops began to be dropped behind enemy lines during the Second World War in one of its largest airborne assaults. Operation Market Garden aimed to bring eight bridges under the control of the Allied Forces. The plan failed, leaving its mastermind General Montgomery to rebrand it as a 'glorious defeat'.
To mark the 79th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and Battle of Britain Day, 97-year-old Second World War veteran George Dunn took to the skies above England once more, to fly in a Spitfire.
RAF Benevolent Fund marks Battle of Britain Day by asking public to help find 100,000 RAF veterans in urgent need of support
Today, known as Battle of Britain Day, marks the 79th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, and is an opportunity for us to remember 'The Few' who defended our skies from July to October 1940.