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  • Home : RAF. The RAF Families Federation represents the views and concerns of RAF regular and reserve personnel and their family members on the issues that affect them as part of a Royal Air Force family.
  • Education : RAF. Forces children’s educational experiences differ from those of civilian children. There is an excellent service for Service families. CEAS. Armed Forces Covenant
  • Envoy magazine : RAF. Envoy Magazine produced quarterly in print and online, by the RAF Families Federation for serving members of the RAF and their families.
  • Family : RAF. One source of support is clearly the on-base welfare support staffs. You may wish to confide in the padre, the medical officer, the SSAFA
  • Financial : RAF Families Federation. When reviewing your finances, a useful check list and good place to start is the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
  • Health : RAF. For service families, finding medical and dental facilities can often prove very difficult. Families who find themselves on training units, at units
  • Housing : SFA - What type of property will you be given? Who’s responsible for repairs to your SFA? Have you heard of HASC or MHS & not sure know who they are? Service Family Accommodation
  • Report an Issue Form : RAF Families Federation Report an Issue
  • Service personnel : RAF. This area of the website is intended to provide general guidance, in general terms, those RAF personnel policies that impact on families

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