Deceased individuals are eligible to have their names recorded on a Memorial Stone at the site of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum. To qualify, they must have:
Served in the Auxiliary Air Force
Served in the Royal Air Force Companies of the all-
Served in the Royal Auxiliary Air Force
Served on an Auxiliary Air Force unit or a Royal Auxiliary Air Force unit whilst a member of the Royal Air Force, the Womens’ Auxiliary Air Force, the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve or the Womens’ Royal Auxiliary Air Force
Been a Royal Auxiliary Air Force Honorary Air Commodore or Honorary Inspector-
Exceptionally, have otherwise merited eligibility in the opinion of a majority of Foundation Trustees
MEMORIAL STONE DETAILS
The Stones are made of granite and measure 10” by 6” by 4”. The cost of a Stone is £150.
A list of the Stones currently installed at the Memorial can be accessed via the web-
APPLYING FOR A MEMORIAL STONE
You can apply for up to 3 Memorial Stones for eligible individuals To do so, please complete the Memorial Stone Order Form which can be accessed via the web-
Applications will be reviewed for eligibility by Foundation Trustees.
A biography for each individual may be included with the application. It should contain a maximum of 750 words and 2 pictures. The biography will be listed on this web-