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6 | In Te News


Books aimedat RAF youngsters


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Qatari and British Airmen celebrate


Anew series of booksaimed at improving thementalhealth of the RAF Familyhas been launched at RAF Benson Community Primary Schoolbythe RAF’s leading welfarecharity,the RAF BenevolentFund.


2017 Annual Report


Senior airmen from theUnitedKingdom andQatargathered together to reflect on acentury of RAF achievementand to look forwardtothe next 100 years.


Dambusters squadron reforms


The 2017Annual Report forthe Service Complaints Ombudsman has been laid in Parliament. Thisisthe Ombudsman’ssecond report to coverthe work of her office andthe reformed Service complaintsprocess.


Subsidised welfare breaks


The squadron immortalised by the Dambusters raid of World WarIIhas beenreformed to fly the UK’snew F-35 fighterjets, theDefenceSecretary has announced.


Veteran Oswald reaches99


Deployment, separaton and contnuousmoves canadd to pressures atwork andhome. To help, the RAF BenevolentFund has launchedapilot offering new, subsidised summer breaksacross the UK forRAF personnel andtheir families.


RAF Typhoons returntoRomania


Aparty washeld at BroughtonHouse forRAF veteran, Oswald Dixon. Oswald camefrom Jamaicatojointhe RAF as an engineer during the SecondWorldWar. He remained in the service untl he retred, teaching newrecruits.


Volunteer for RAF100Appeal


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The Covenant Fund is open


RoyalAir Force mountaineers


TheCovenantFundisnowopenfor applicatons forLocal Grantsupto £20,000 forprojects which either support community integratonor the deliveryofvaluable local servicestothearmedforces community.


Sub-hunting aircrafthome


RAFmountaineers scaled the UK’sthree highestmountains as part of the RAF’s 100th birthdaycelebratons. Elevenpersonnel from the RAFMountaineering Associaton carried commemoratve RAF100 Batons to thesummits.


City of London honours100 years


Defence Secretary Gavin Williamsoncut the first turf on a£132m facilityfor the UK’snew fleetofsubmarine huntng Poseidon Maritme Patrol Aircraſt (MPA) at RAF Lossiemouth.


Major system updates


The City of London Corporaton has markedthe centenary of the RoyalAir Forcewith araredisplayofaircraſt in the Guildhall courtyardand arecepton for 600 RAF personnel.


Armed Forces Charitieswebsite


The Britsh Forces Post Office (BFPO) has achieved thesignificantmilestone of updatng the systemthatallows troopstoaccess Post Office counter services while deployedoverseas.


CentenarySpitfire Challenge


Anew website, developed by the Directory of SocialChange(DSC),for exploring Armed Forces Charites in theUKhas gone live. The online directory has informaton,statstcs, infographics and unique research.


Campaign launched


Typhoon fighteraircraſt from theRoyal Air Forcereturned to Romania to contnue their enhanced Air Policing mission begun lastyear.


| Summer


The Appeal teamarelooking forfundraising volunteersfor various datesand locatons. Be acrucial part of the RAF celebratng its 100th anniversaryastheworld’s first independentair forceduring 2018.


ENVOY |Summer 2018 |www.raf-ff.org.uk


2018 marksthe centenaryofthe RoyalAir Forceand as part of the celebratons and commemoratons, the RAF Museumis invitng runners to take part in some excitngevents to help raise funds forthe RAF 100 Appeal.


TheVeterans’ Gatewayhas partnered with Shelter,the UK’sleading housing and homelessness charity to raise awareness of some of the keyissues faced by the Armed Forces community.


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