DAREDEVIL WWII veteran Jack Hemings pulled off some record-breaking aerobatic stunts in a vintage Spitfire... at the age of 102.
FLT LT Dave ‘Turbo’ Turnbull is gearing up for a blockbuster Summer as the RAF’s Typhoon display pilot.
UK TYPHOONS have launched combat training sorties alongside allies in Saudi Arabia in the latest multi-national war drills to strengthen military ties in the Middle East.
THE RED Arrows unveiled their new look as the team prepares to mark its 60th anniversary with a landmark five-week tour of Canada.
THE RAF is to follow the Army and Royal Navy and relax rules on hand tattoos to boost recruitment and retention.
MENTAL HEALTH campaigner Cpt Hayley Court has smashed her fundraising target after netting more than £100k for Forces personnel battling conditions like PTSD.
A FLIGHT SERGEANT who died aged 30 after she caught tuberculosis while helping medics during the Covid-19 pandemic has been remembered on what would have been her 33rd birthday.
THE NEWEST of the disciplines to take to the slopes in both Austria and France, having won the IS for the first-time last year, Telemark was creating another piece of history at the Championships as the association would be selecting the largest women’s team since its conception.
TURNING A frontline military skill into a show-stopping performance art takes skill and intensive training.
SWEET˜TOOTHED Service hockey star AS1 Liam Sanford found time to talk to RAF News as he prepares to play at the Paris Olympics this July.
RAF HOCKEY fans will be seeing double at this year's European Indoor Hockey Championships in Istanbul after the selection of Sqn Ldr Kathy Morten.
THE GAUNTLET has been thrown down to the Service’s men’s rugby union stars following a tough 20-39 defeat to Cambridge University at Grange Road.
BEFORE THE snowy slopes and parks of Austria and the RAF Championships were even a vague memory, the Service’s Alpine stars moved to Meribel in France to prepare for the season-defining Inter-Services competition.
THE RAF Benevolent Fund and Greenwich Hospital have launched an 18-month probe into support for Air Force and Navy personnel and their families.
THE RAF Museum Midlands is collaborating with theatre company Highly Sprung to tell the story of the legendary Chinook Bravo November.
RAF TYPHOONS were scrambled to escort a civilian passenger aircraft landing at Manchester Airport after communication with the airliner was lost.
TECHNICIANS AT Akrotiri check a Typhoon following a long-distance bombing mission on Houthi sites in Yemen.
AEROSPACE GIANT BAE has launched the UK’s first degree apprenticeship in Space Systems Engineering.
RAF AIR Command has welcomed the 6,000th visitor to the wartime office used by Marshal of the RAF, Arthur ‘Bomber’ Harris.
KEEPING ROYAL Air Force Typhoons flying thousands of miles from their home base is a test for Coningsby engineering aces, writes Pete Singlehurst.
FUNDRAISERS AT the airport terminal at Akrotiri netted more than £1,000 in donations from Forces personnel heading back to the UK.
AIR FORCE chiefs are looking for D-Day veterans and their families to help mark the 80th anniversary of the Normandy landings, in June.
THE RAF Museum has joined a UK-wide drive to give young people a better chance of succeeding in the job market.
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL can be a minefield. Between war zones, political conflict and a volatile economy, there’s always something to worry about.
THE SERVICE’S men’s footballers are exactly where manager WO Andy Kuchta wants the team as the SRT prepare for their training week in Spain.
“DELIGHTED WITH the overall performance from all the lads,” said Sgt Danny Bartley speaking to RAF News after his team’s 2-0 opening IS win over the Army.
SKELETON SPEED queen Flt Lt Nicole Burger has flame-grilled her debut in the sport. With a handful of races left, she remains in contention for next season’s blue riband event.
WITH JUST a three-medal return from last year’s Inters, the snowboard fraternity were looking for a productive Championships to act as a springboard to greater things in France.