Official site of the Royal Air Forces Association (RAF Association, RAFA). We are the leading membership organisation and charity providing welfare support for entire RAF Family
RAFATRAD Ltd provides facilities for both RAF Association members and the public in general to purchase clothing, badges, gifts and membership items through our on-line shop. A telephone ordering service is available using credit/debit cards or by post using a cheque drawn on a bank account with a UK registered address.
rafa YOUTH is the RAF Association’s exciting online youth membership scheme for young flying enthusiasts who are into aviation, aircraft and adventure. If you’re aged between 13-17 you can become a youth member of the RAF Association, the charity that provides vital welfare support for serving and former-serving RAF personnel and their families.
872 Squadron are based in west Hull at Halifax Barracks, Beverley Road, and are a part of the Air Cadet Organisation who offer life skills, qualifications and adventure to young people aged 13 to 20. A career as an Air Cadet gives young people access to a world of opportunities, granting them an edge in life as well as memories and friends to last a lifetime.
152 squadron are a part of the Air Cadet Organisation who offer life skills, qualifications and adventure to young people aged 13 to 20. A career as an Air Cadet gives young people access to a world of opportunities, granting them an edge in life as well as memories and friends to last a lifetime. The squadron parades between 19:15 and 21:30 every Tuesday and Thursday night on Holderness Road near East Park.
The Royal British Legion is one of the UK's leading Armed Forces charity. They provide practical, emotional and financial support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present, and their families. They actively campaign to improve their lives and safeguard the Military Covenant between the nation and its Armed Forces
The South Atlantic Medal (1982) is the official name of the medal awarded to almost 30,000 service men and women - and civilians - who took part in the campaign to liberate the Falkland Islands in 1982.