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Father's Day

  • Megan and Matt Neve
    Father's Day Special: Megan and Matt Neve

    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.

  • John Wright and his son Lewis
    Fathers who serve: Sergeant John Wright

    As dads everywhere celebrate Father's Day, we are proud to have supported so many RAF dads and their families. One such dad is Sergeant John Wright who is currently serving at RRH Buchan. We recently adapted John's home to help with the care of his son Lewis who has complex needs.

  • Andrew and Jack Perry
    Father, friend, mentor and Guinea Pig!

    Some will know Jack Perry as the youngest member of The Guinea Pig Club, but to his son, Andrew Perry, Jack is his mentor, friend and above all else, Dad!

  • Corporal Martyn West and daughter
    "The true heroes are the partners who stay at home and hold the fort whilst you're away"

    It’s always tough being away from family but for serving personnel separation is a part of service life. After four months away from his family, Corporal Martyn West returned home early from a tour of the Falklands, surprising his young daughters – all of which was captured on film by his wife, Danielle.

  • What Father's Day means to me

    This Father's Day we're celebrating RAF dads. Fire Support Group Section Commander Stuart Robinson is a dad of three and in this guest blog he tells us what Father's Day means to him.

  • "Thanks for everything, Dad!"

    Morgan Johnson, son of Dambusters veteran Johnny Johnson, tells us how he marks Father's Day with his dad.

  • Celebrating RAF dads this Father's Day

    This Father's Day we're celebrating RAF dads. Lee Cunliffe, a former RAF dog handler, is a dad of four. In this blog he tells us what Father's Day means to him.

  • Fathers and family

    You probably know Sergeant Alex Ford as the RAF airman blogger. In this guest blog for Father's Day, Alex tells us about being part of the RAF family.

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