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The Armed Forces Covenant is there to make sure you, as military personnel or your families are not disadvantaged as a result of military service. Veterans are also supported by the Covenant and it will be there to support you when your serving days end, for whatever reason.
If you experience any of the issues below, or similar - please contact us:
The RAF Families Federation is funded by the RAF but sits outside the Chain of Command as an independent organisation. We represent all RAF personnel, be you Regular, Reserve, single, married or in a partnership, together with your families. We provide a voice for the issues and concerns you have about life in the RAF. We also have direct access to senior RAF and MOD staffs as well as Government Ministers.
To do all this, we need to hear from you on issues such as quality of life, accommodation, health, education, pay and allowances. Everyone's views and concerns are important to us.
Telephone lines are open Monday to Friday between 10 am and 3 pm. Voicemails and emails are responded to as a priority, during the next working day.
Our diary tends to fill up quite fast for families days and other events throughout the year. If you have an event, where you would like to have the RAF FF present, please contact us, providing as much notice as possible. We can come and talk to your audience, no matter how large or small, and/or have a stand with a friendly team at an event or conference too. If your station has a particular chosen charity too, we'd be happy to have a collection box on our stand.
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