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Are you a serving or ex-serving member of The Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces? 

If so, you’ve landed in the right place.

The British Airborne Forces Club (BAFC) is solely for the Airborne Brotherhood. If you’ve not passed P Coy and your BPC you are not eligible to join this club. We verify all applicants and our membership process makes us exclusive.

We are the only Airborne club that offers great events with the opportunity to meet-up again with friends you may have lost touch with and or not seen for many years. Our website offers the ability to keep in touch with all that’s happening as well as banter with your muckers.

We are a Brotherhood, regardless of unit, and we enjoy a support system among ourselves that’s second to none. We support serving and non-serving members of the brotherhood and their dependents. We have funds that we gather from our annual subscriptions, donations and the events that we run, these funds are used to support our brothers, not just in the UK but throughout the world.

Our annual subscription is £10, that’s it. In terms of membership benefits you get out what you put in by joining in.

We currently have two events each year, one in Aldershot (P Coy 10 Miler) and the other in Brecon – the Fandance.

So, join us. You won’t regret it because it’s the only way to stay in the Brotherhood whilst in Civvy Street.

‘Ad Unum Omnes’

Nick Butler

“Every man an Emperor”

Field Marshall the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein

BAFC Members
Years since the birth of the Reg
Pints downed in the Traf
Lives lost in Battle - Arnhem