RAF heroes of all generations came together at Edinburgh Castle on 31 March during an event held by the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity.
HRH Prince William and Miss Middleton have selected the RAF Benevolent Fund as one of the 26 charities which will benefit from their new Charitable Gift Fund.
Oxfordshire racehorse trainer Lawney Hill visited RAF Benson today to announce a unique partnership with the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Lee Cunliffe, a former RAF dog handler, is running his first marathon this year to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Air Commodore Chris Green, Station Commander RAF Cosford, was presented with the RAF Benevolent Fund (RAFBF) Wilkinson Sword on 18 February, during a special event at the Imperial War Museum.
Andrew Cumming, Chief Executive of SSAFA Forces Help, visited the RAF Benevolent Fund on Monday 14 February. During the visit, RAFBF Controller Sir Robert Wright presented SSAFA with a donation of £161,500, to support their excellent work among RAF family members in need.
The RAF Festival of Football is the main event of the RAF Football Association's year – and this year was no different. Teams from all parts of the RAF took part as the tournament which was held at Pride Park, Derby on 2 February 2011.
The Air Training Corps celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2011. To celebrate this historic occasion the Air Cadet Organisation will hold a number of top events and parades throughout the year, all under the title of Air Cadet 70th or AC70.
Bob Kemp, RAFBF Regional Director for Scotland, Northern Ireland and North England, visited RAF Leeming on Monday 24 January to attend the opening of the station’s new multi use games area (MUGA), provided as part of the RAFBF's Airplay project.
Geoff Ware, Regional Director for the RAF Benevolent Fund, visited the offices of Deafblind UK in Peterborough on Wednesday 12 January to present a donation of £4000.