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Topic - Royal Air Force
The Royal Air Force (RAF) is the United Kingdom's air force, the oldest independent air force in the world. Formed on 1 April 1918, the RAF has taken a significant role in British military history ever since, playing a large part in World War II and in more recent conflicts. - Source: Wikipedia
Hundreds of fellow military veterans attended the funeral of a man they never knew — 99-year-old Harold Percival, a World War II airman who died without family.
Prince William has wrapped seven years of service in the military and is on the cusp of leaving, Kensington Palace announced this week.
Britain’s military on Thursday sent in fighter jets to Cyprus in what political heads have called a precautionary measure, in case of international intervention in Syria and subsequent retaliation from President Bashar Assad.
A British racing team said it's broken world speed records for electric cars, test riding one at 204.2 miles per hour on Tuesday.
Britain is set to restore a military presence in its former imperial stomping grounds in the Persian Gulf, driven in part by the need to fill in behind U.S. forces who will withdraw as part of the Pentagon's "pivot" to Asia, a London think tank with close ties to the British armed forces said in a study published Monday.
Anti-war protesters demonstrated Saturday outside a Royal Air Force base used to control drone flights over Afghanistan.
Britain's famed air-sea search-and-rescue helicopter service, run by the Royal Air Force and boasting Prince William among its pilots, is to be privatized and sold to a U.S. company, ending 70 years of military involvement in the service, the United Kingdom government announced Tuesday.
British actor Frank Thornton _ best known as Captain Peacock in the long-running television comedy "Are You Being Served?" _ has died at age 92, his agent said Monday.
Five people including a child died after a fire broke out early Thursday at an apartment building in southwest Missouri, authorities said.
Security fears have prompted authorities to briefly remove images showing the day-to-day working life of Britain's Prince William from his website.
The highly successful Francis franchise of mysteries celebrates its 50th anniversary with the publication this month of "Bloodline" by Felix Francis, son of the late writer Dick Francis.
British filmmaker Stanley Long, whose cheap and cheerful soft-core romps saw him dubbed the "king of sexploitation," has died. He was 78.
Royal Air Force jets streaked through the sky above Buckingham Palace, leaving a red, white and blue trail of smoke as gold, silver and bronze medals gleamed below.
An explosion and blaze triggered by an accidentally dropped hand grenade killed 25 soldiers during a stock check at a Turkish ammunition depot, the government said Thursday.
The queen and James Bond gave the London Olympics a royal entrance like no other Friday in an opening ceremony that rolled to the rock of the Beatles, the Stones and The Who.