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On Sunday 16 July, the Fund commemorated the 100th anniversary of the unveiling of the RAF Memorial.
Reconnaissance – the ability to gather information on enemy forces – was catapulted into the modern era during the First World War with advances in aviation and…
Having paid for his own flying lessons just three years before the Battle of the Somme, Welshman Lionel Rees had no idea what lay ahead of him on the first day of the…
Serving as aircrew in the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was one of the most dangerous roles in the First World War.
In the week before the land battle began of the Battle of the Somme, the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) had been tasked with maintaining air superiority, gathering…
The Battle of the Somme began on 1 July 2016, as thousands of British troops climbed out of their trenches and into the barbed wire and machine gun fire of No Man's Land.
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