Players from Horus 7s rugby team based at RAF Brize Norton will kick-off their Guinness World Record attempt for the longest game of rugby 10s.
This Father's Day 12-year-old Megan Neve shares with us why she thinks her dad and RAF Benevolent Fund Ambassador, Matt Neve is a real-life hero.
Whitehill Junior School head boy Dillon Stewart was so inspired by the story of Spitfire pilot Mary Ellis he decided to get his whole school involved in fundraising for the Fund by holding an 'RAF Day'.
Thirteen members of Airplay met at the RAF Benevolent Fund's London head office recently as the inaugural sitting of the Airplay Youth Forum.
The parents of a young airman, who died very suddenly, are set to scale the three largest mountains in Yorkshire in memory of their son Simon.
Before any troops even set foot on the beaches on 6 June 1944, Bomber Command had already lost almost 300 aircraft and 2,000 men (1,500 killed) attacking invasion targets. Wing Commander John Bell MBE tells us about the significant contribution made by the RAF and Bomber Command in D-Day and why this must never be forgotten.
As D-Day, 6 June 1944 dawned, those who were to play a pivotal part in its success were landing on the beaches of Normandy. Back in the UK, hundreds of personnel were supporting Operation Overlord including radar operator Rose Davies, who was just starting her shift.
Navigator John 'Jack' Lott had just celebrated his 25th birthday weeks before D-Day, sadly this was the last birthday he would ever celebrate.
Spearheading the attack on Normandy was just the start of Geoff Packham's extraordinary experience as the end of the war approached.
Kicking off the start of volunteers' week, we wanted to thank each and every one of our invaluable volunteers and supporters, who help make the RAF Benevolent Fund a charity that stands for the entire RAF Family.