We are delighted to announce that Air Marshal Sir David Walker has accepted the invitation of the Board of Trustees to become the President of the Royal Air Force Club, succeeding Sir Peter Squire who sadly passed away in February.
On Monday 3rd September 2018, the Club had the honour of welcoming the Red Arrows to a Club Dinner. The evening consisted of incredible anecdotes and fascinating stories, and an inspiring talk from Sqn Ldr Martin Pert (aka Red 1) about life as Team Leader in the RAF100 year.
This new anthology is a partnership between the Royal Air Force Club and BAE Systems to bring together the art collections of both, celebrating not only the centenary of the RAF, but also that of the RAF Club.
To mark the 75th anniversary of the famous Dam Busters raid, portraits of all 133 participating airmen by artist Dan Llywelyn Hall were unveiled earlier this year in a moving ceremony at the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln.
On 10 July 2018, 100 days after its 100th birthday, the Royal Air Force celebrated its centenary year with an incredible parade and flypast over London.
Longstanding member, Club Trustee and Chairman of the Arts Committee, Wg Cdr Michael Gilbert co-authored the definitive account of the Club’s history ‘128’ The Story of the Royal Air Force Club in 2004.
The Club is delighted to announce that we have been ranked the 30th Best Not for Profit Organisation to work for in the UK 2018.
On the evening of the 3rd January 2018, 100 years to the day from the first meeting of the Air Council, the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust Enterprises held a dinner at the RAF Club for all serving and former members of the Air Force Board.