During the coming week, the RAF Benevolent Fund will be celebrating the season of love with a series of blogs reflecting on the love in the RAF Family. In this first edition RAF veteran Derek Bradshaw shares his love for his wife, commuting by motorcycle to visit her, and the RAF!
Suffolk, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk have been selected as pilot locations for a new project aimed at supporting RAF veterans who face loneliness and isolation. We're launching a Community Engagement Worker scheme to help older RAF veterans get involved in their local communities.
On Monday 4 February 2019, RAF veteran John Oliver 'Jo' Lancaster celebrated his 100th birthday surrounded by friends, family and his comrades from Bomber Command at Princess Marina House in Rustington.
Public reaction to the vandalism of Bomber Command Memorial has been overwhelming with support flooding in from around the world.
Booking a holiday should be a happy and stress-free experience. But what happens if the holiday you were sold is nothing like the one in the brochure? Former Flight Sergeant Graham Duncan tells us about his experiences with this very issue.
We have been overwhelmed by the public's response to the vandalism carried out at the Bomber Command Memorial on Sunday night. The incredible generosity of our supporters has seen more than £11,000 in donations made to help cover the costs of the repair work.
The team behind youth support at RAF Wittering has been recognised with an AOC Team Commendation.
On Christmas day at Headquarters Resolute Support, five plucky individuals completed an epic 24-hour physical training marathon, the "physathon", raising more than £1,600 for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
A record-breaking turnout at this year's Marham New Year's Eve 10K saw £4,800 raised in support of the RAF Family.
This New Year's Day marked the 70th anniversary of the enactment of the National Service Act, which led to more than two million young men being conscripted into the British Armed Forces.