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Flt Lt Cunningham was killed at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire after he was accidentally ejected while his aircraft was on the ground

Boys play with flags before the funeral of Royal Air Force veteran Harold Jellicoe Percival

Harold Percival funeral: Over two hundred strangers attend service for veteran after appeal in local newspaper goes viral

Harold Jellicoe Percival, who was a distant relative of Spencer Perceval, served as RAF ground crew with Bomber Command during the Second World War

Hundreds expected to attend funeral for RAF serviceman after funeral home issues plea

Hundreds are now expected to attend funeral of 99-year-old RAF serviceman after plea for service personnel to attend his funeral was put in local paper

Footage released by the Taliban appears to show the aftermath of the Camp Bastion attack

Taliban inflicted biggest loss of US aircraft since Vietnam at Camp Bastion

By the time 15 heavily armed Taliban fighters were spotted on the airfield at Camp Bastion at around 10pm, it was too late to prevent an attack that struck at the heart of Britain’s main base in Afghanistan.

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British territorial army forces in Afghanistan.

Army faces losing another 3,000 soldiers in January as No 10 and military chiefs clash over redundancies

Restricted access documents suggest neither side is happy to completely surrender control of the speed and timing of anticipated job losses

Britain’s controversial deployment of US-built Reaper drones in Afghanistan will come under scrutiny in court this week in a closed hearing that will see a UK-based drone operator give evidence for the first time

Court case aims to force MoD’s hand with Freedom of Information requests on drones

Britain’s controversial deployment of US-built Reaper drones in Afghanistan will come under scrutiny in court this week in a closed hearing that will see a UK-based drone operator give evidence for the first time.

Curtiss (above, second from right) with other service chiefs during the Falklands war

Air Marshal Sir John Curtiss: Airman who served in the Berlin Airlift and the Falklands conflict

For the Falklands war, he ended formation flying to save fuel and ordered mid-air refuelling

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Given their starting point, it is not surprising that about a third of this collection comprises stories written during, or about, the Second World War, and they are undoubtedly the ones that make the greatest impression.

Prince William will leave the RAF

Prince William completes last shift as RAF pilot to take up full-time job of being royal

The Duke of Cambridge has completed his tour as a search and rescue helicopter pilot and his new family will soon be leaving Anglesey

The MoD says the Typhoon fighter jets retreated before any action was taken

Syria civil war: RAF jets scrambled to investigate Syrian planes that had crossed into international airspace

Two Turkish F-16s are also believed to have been launched

Syria crisis: Ministry of Defence confirms RAF Typhoon jets have been deployed to Cyprus

Meanwhile, Government announces that even if military action is blocked by the UN Security Council the UK 'would still be permitted under international law to take exceptional measures'

Star Wars visionary Gilbert Taylor dies at 99

Gilbert Taylor, the veteran cinematographer who shot the first Star Wars film under the direction of George Lucas, has died at the age of 99.

Vice-Marshal Elaine West, 51, has become the RAF's first ever female two-star officer

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Flight Lieutenant Sean Cunningham was killed in November 2011

Coroner vows inquiry in to death of Red Arrows pilot will leave 'no stone unturned'

Flight Lieutenant Sean Cunningham was killed in 2011 ejecting from an aircraft while it was still on the ground

Prince William to leave Royal Air Force job in Wales and move 'elsewhere'

Duke of Cambridge has almost completed his three-year tour of duty as an RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot and is expected to return to London

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