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The RAF Benevolent Fund pays tribute to the service and life of Bomber Command veteran Norman Gregory, who sadly passed away recently.
World War II veterans, who attended the Bomber Command Memorial tenth anniversary in London last month, have shared poignant memories of their service in the RAF.
The RAF Benevolent Fund, as guardians of the Bomber Command Memorial, was honoured to hold the annual service of remembrance at the Memorial on Sunday 26 June.
Today marks 80 years since Roy Chadwick's invention of the Avro Lancaster took its first flight.
For Bomber Command veteran Jack Watson Remembrance Sunday has always been a day of quiet reflection. So this year will be no different, despite the COVID-19 restrictions…
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…
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