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GENERAL

Website of the RAF Regiment with links to Royal Auxiliary Air Force, RAF Careers and the RAF Community website.

Royal Air Force Administrative Apprentice Association. This site is dedicated to all those who trained as an RAF Administrative Apprentice or served with the Royal Air Force Administrative Apprentice Training Scheme between 1947 and 1973. The site provides historical background information concerning the Air Ministry decision to begin an RAF Administrative Apprentice training scheme.

Click to search for forthcoming events and displays.

RAF Commissioning Scrolls

Should you need to ask for a replacement scroll, apply to:
Commissioning Scrolls, Room 15, Hunter Block, H.Q. Air Command, RAF High Wycombe Bucks, HP14 4UE.

Online news for the RAF...about the RAF

Click to see current Squadrons of the RAF

RAF-Comrade-Contact is a free service to members of the RAF Association (RAFA) and is specifically for the Royal Air Force community. Once registered, the site will enable you to make contact with over 5,000 like-minded serving and ex-serving RAF Personnel who have already signed up.

The RAF Association’s Storybook Wings service is now offered at 29 RAF stations.

Remembering those who served in the Royal Air Force during WW 2 and helping unite families & friends.


CHARITIES

RAFA Welfare covers a wide range of welfare services for all members of the Air Force Family.
Access to our nationwide network of welfare officers
Support for those leaving the Service.
Free resettlement and financial planning seminars.
Free advice and support for War Pension (Service Disability) claims.
Free advice on War Widows pensions.
Domiciliary and day care through a scheme which allows individuals to stay in their own homes and/or take a respite break in a Home close to family and friends.
Home and hospital visiting.
Nursing and residential care.
Sheltered and supported housing.

The RAF Benevolent Fund exists for the relief and assistance of all ranks who are serving, or have served, their widows, children or other dependants, who may need assistance by reason of poverty, disability, sickness, infirmity or otherwise.


WELFARE

The magazine of the RAF Families Federation

The HIVE organisation is a worldwide tri-Service information network available to all members of the Service community. HIVE Information Centres offer an extensive range of information on the availability of unit and civilian facilities, local schools and further education, housing, healthcare facilities, employment and training opportunities, relocation and local interest.

Access to nationwide network of welfare officers
Support for those leaving the Service.
Free resettlement and financial planning seminars.
Free advice and support for War Pension (Service Disability) claims.
Free advice on War Widows pensions.
Domiciliary and day care through a scheme which allows individuals to stay in their own homes and/or take a respite break in a Home close to family and friends.
Home and hospital visiting.
Nursing and residential care.
Sheltered and supported housing.

Royal Air Force Community Support.

The RAF Families Federation exists to provide an independent voice for the serving RAF and their families (spouses, partners, parents, children, siblings) on issues of concern to them. The team represents these views to senior RAF staffs and ministers.

The Federation operates outside the RAF chain of command and is managed as an independent organisation by the Royal Air Force Association (RAFA), a well-established and highly respected charity.


RAF STATIONS

MOD site with list and descriptions of all RAF stations. Some bases have their own RAF websites.

Links to information portals for RAF stations in the UK incl. N.Ireland and USAF / RAF bases.


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