Children and staff from year five at Hughenden Primary School visited RAF Halton this week to take part in a history lesson revolving around World War Two.
As part of RAF Halton’s Community Engagement contribution, basic trainees from Pearson Intake, Recruit Training Squadron, volunteered to help along the newly built Waddesdon Greenway
Logistics (Supply) Basic Training (LSBT) course 18/003 graduated on Thursday 22 Nov 18 with all 8 students successfully passing every exam without a re-sit.
Halton’s Station Flight Safety Officer, Flt Lt Hindley, recently received 20 Fatigue Packs from The RAF Air Safety Centre based at RAF High Wycombe to present to the Station's Co-Responders.
Ken Ivory, 50, a Sergeant from P1 at RAF Halton, ran a challenging 50 miles over the weekend of 17-18 November in the Wendover Woods 50 Mile Race, WW50.
The Royal Air Force Association, RAFA, recently held a lunch in the Club, based at Halton’s Airfield.
Air Marshal Julian Young was the special guest this week as the Halton Aircraft Apprentices held their Annual Service of Dedication and Act of Remembrance.
Royal Air Force Halton personnel have supported numerous Remembrance Parades and services this weekend, with the provision of Service Personnel to neighbouring towns and villages in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
Station Personnel, Civil Servants and Contractors have joined together to remember the fallen from both great wars and recent conflicts.
RAF Halton has been awarded an Aeronautical Heritage Award for providing excellence of training within technical, medical and administrative fields