Today is Roald Dahl Day and this year's celebration marks the 100th anniversary of the ever-popular author's birth. In this blog, we learn more about Dahl and how his mischievous 'Gremlins' helped the RAF Benevolent Fund back in 1943.
Cheers and the bicycle bells rang out across the Alps as a crew of RAF Benevolent Fund cyclists completed their mammoth ride on Friday evening.
Ryan is one of thousands to take part in the Great North Run this weekend. Based at RAF Brize Norton, Ryan made the decision to run for a charity close to his heart: the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Following the success of last year's Battle of Britain Cycle Challenge, this year sees cyclists scaling the heights of the Alps, as they journey from Paris to Geneva, all in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Royal Air Force veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness will benefit from a new grant of £15,000 to Alabaré Homes for Veterans by the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
13 September is Roald Dahl Day and this year's celebration marks the 100th anniversary of the ever-popular author's birth. Roald Dahl served in the RAF during World War Two as a pilot, which inspired his story about the troublesome 'Gremlins'.
Day to day, personnel from RAF Benson take charge of flying Chinooks and Pumas, but earlier this month, they turned their attentions to hauling trains.
Team Spitfire, an amateur sailing team made up of serving and ex-serving RAF personnel and civilians, have won at Cowes Week. In this guest blog, the team skipper, Wing Commander (ret'd) Simon Ling tells us all.
It's anchors away for Sunderland resident and RAF veteran John Robertson, who will be sailing in this year's Paralympics in Rio. This will be the fourth Paralympics for John and teammates Hannah Stodel and Stephen Thomas.
Baxters Marathon and Paris to Geneva cycle challenges await RAF Lossiemouth men.