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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

The Red Arrows team has flown world-famous diamond formation for first time in 18 months

Red Arrows back with nine-plane displays after safety sign-off

Team has flown world-famous diamond formation for first time in 18 months after 2011 tragedies

Phillip Lamb, back row, right, received RAF badges two years ago in recognition of his war service

‘Uncle Hunky’, last surviving black Bermudian to fight with the RAF in WWII, dies at age of 90

Pilot formed ‘historic link’ to Commonwealth volunteers, often seen as airbrushed from history

Second World War Dornier German bomber to be raised from watery grave in the Channel

The historic aircraft was shot down 72 years ago during the Battle of Britain

Anti-drone campaigners marching on RAF Waddington

Protest held against RAF Waddington's Afghanistan drone strikes

Campaigners claim the Government are 'using them to fight wars behind our backs'

Map: Margaret Thatcher funeral route

1. The funeral procession will begin from the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in the Palace of Westminster.

Sea King rescue helicopter fleet will be nearly halved and replaced by American models

The number of search-and-rescue helicopters is expected to be cut from 40 to 22 after the service is  privatised, it emerged today.

A RAF Sea King search-and-rescue helicopter in Anglesey

Britain's search-and-rescue helicopter service to be taken over by US-based Bristow Group

Deal spells the end of the use of Sea King helicopters - flown by the Duke of Cambridge

CPS handed file on Red Arrows death after pilot was ejected from cockpit while on the ground

Police have passed a file to the Crown Prosecution Service after a Red Arrows aerial display team pilot died after he was ejected from his cockpit while on the ground.

Duncan Slater, who hopes to become the first double-amputee to walk to the South Pole

Wounded soldier aims to be the first double-amputee to trek to the South Pole

When faced with the tragedy of losing both of your legs, most people would think twice about competing in a physical challenge, but not Duncan Slater - who is tackling one head on.

Family of Second World War hero Bransome Burbridge forced to sell-off his medals to pay for care home costs

The medals awarded to a Second World War hero are having to be sold off to pay for the fighter ace’s care home costs, it has emerged.

Second victim of Cairngorms avalanche named

The second of three people killed in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands has been named by the Ministry of Defence.

TopGun for real: war training at Nellis Air Force Base

What can simultaneously burst your eardrums, create stomach churning sensations and cause everything around you to reverberate violently? The answer is simple. Being in close proximity to a series of state-of-the-art military jets taking off from Nellis Air Force Base, USA, feeling the heat from the engines and admiring the glow of their afterburners as they shoot off into the heart of the Nevada desert to take part in the most famous and exacting training exercise in the world.  Welcome to Red Flag.

Bag a bargain: former RAF station - complete with high-security fence, underground bunker and a helipad - for sale on eBay

A former RAF station - complete with its own helipad, bunker and high-security fence - has been put up for sale on the auction website eBay.

A Malian soldier trys to disperse looters in the streets of Timbuktu

Gamble for Africa: Mali mission sucks in 400 British troops

PM heads for Algeria as MPs warn conflict in region could drag on 'for years'

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