News

RAuxAF Officer Receives Two Accolades in One Day

  On 30th September, Flight Lieutenant Amy Casey, a serving RAuxAF officer on 7644 Public Relations Squadron, received well-deserved accolades [...]

Tribute to Heroic Airman

In November, 2020, Wing Commander Stuart Talton, Deputy Inspector RAuxAF, read in his local Lincolnshire paper that Spalding Council intended [...]

Grandsons of Battle of Britain fighter ace visit his old Squadron

Giles and Tim Carbury never knew their grandfather, Brian Carbury DFC*, who died in 1961.   However, they always wanted to [...]

610 Sqn Plaque Dedication

At a moving service held in Chester Cathedral on Friday 6 August a beautiful bronze plaque was dedicated in memory of the 79 [...]

Obituary – Sir Michael Oswald GCVO

The death has been announced of Sir Michael Oswald GCVO aged 86. Sir Michael was appointed Honorary Air Commodore (HAC) [...]

HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

The RAuxAF Foundation Trustees were greatly saddened to receive the news that HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh had died […]

New Trustee

The Foundation Trustees are delighted to welcome Warrant Officer Shobha Earl as a new Trustee. Shobha has a wealth of […]

Air Vice-Marshal BH (Barry) Newton

It was with great sadness that we received the news that Air Vice-Marshal BH (Barry) Newton had passed away at [...]

The Kipper Patrol

During the war, 608 (North Riding) Squadron was part of Coastal Command flying principally Ansons, Hudsons and latterly Mosquitos. A […]

Moving Video

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of VE Day on 8th May 2020, Warrant Officer John Webster, a serving [...]

Flight Lieutenant Terry Clark DFM AE

On 7 May 2020, Flight Lieutenant Terry Clark DFM AE passed away at the age of 101. He was a [...]

Group Captain ‘Robbie’ Robins

It was with great regret that the Foundation learned that Group Captain ‘Robbie’ Robins, a father-figure of the Royal Auxiliary […]

Wing Commander Donald Perrens

A former wartime Spitfire pilot in the Royal Air Force and, after the war, as a member of the Royal […]

Wing Commander Paul Farnes

Wing Commander Paul Farnes,  a member of 501 (County of Gloucester) Squadron and the last surviving ‘Ace’ of  the Battle […]

Ely Cathedral Parade

The Standard of 2623 Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force Regiment was paraded into Ely Cathedral on 16 January 2020 for […]

RAuxAF Annual Trophy Awards– 2019

The Robins Efficiency Trophy: Awarded Annually to the RAuxAF unit adjudged to have done the most to improve the good name [...]

Squadron Leader Bill Brodie

Squadron Leader Bill Brodie, a  pilot who began his Service career with 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron in March 1934, [...]

Ceremony Marks 95 Years of RAuxAF

RESERVISTS gathered at the National Memorial Arboretum to mark 95 years since the founding of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force. [...]

New Commandant-General

AVM RIT Munro was appointed as the new Commandant-General of the RAuxAF on 23 Sep 19.

Freedom of the City of Edinburgh

On Tuesday, 3 July 2018, 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron RAuxAF received the Freedom of the City of Edinburgh The [...]

The Dowding Service

On  3rd September, 2017, many gathered once again to pay tribute to Marshal of the Royal Air Force, the Lord Hugh […]

Death of Joe Parker – 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron

The Foundation was represented today by Group Captain Bob Kemp at the funeral of Joe Parker, 602 (City of Glasgow) […]

Funeral of Sqn Ldr Nigel Rose 602 Squadron

The funeral of Sqn Ldr Nigel Rose took place yesterday at St Eigon's Church in Llanigon, nestling in the beautiful [...]

Petition for Long Service Medal

The RN/Army/RAF Long Service & Good Conduct Medal is now being awarded to officers after 15 years’ service (with clasps […]

Group Captain Peter Harris CBE AE BSc CEng FIEE

6 September 1929 -16 January 2017 A chartered engineer who successfully combined a career in industry with being a part-time [...]

SAC SueSoutar

SAC Susan Soutar, a reservist with No 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force was killed on Saturday [...]