Welcome to Thames Valley Wing
We hope you enjoy looking through all of the activities on offer to air minded youth throughout Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
We are sure that you will be interested in joining our team whether it is as a cadet or as an adult volunteer.
Please feel free to browse the site and contact us if you require any further information.
On the 1st of September, 61 cadets and volunteer staff of Thames Valley Wing will travel to Arnhem in the Netherlands to participate in the 70th Anniversary Airborne March. The Airborne March is held to commemorate the Battle for Arnhem in 1944 – made famous by the movie ‘A bridge to far’. Continue reading
Air Cadets and volunteers from across the Thames Valley Wing have been celebrating as they received as part of a national relay the 75th anniversary torch at a ceremony in Windsor on Sunday (21st August).
The 75th anniversary torch arrived from London and South East Region as part of its six-week tour through the country, with cadets, adult volunteers and veterans finding unique and adventurous ways to celebrate its journey. Continue reading
We can’t lie – the last week has been fantastic! A culmination of 6 months of hard training for the cadets, and 2 years of planning & training for the staff team involved in delivering Exercise Golden Tarn. Continue reading
FS Chris Dueck from 2402 Burghfield Squadron has been selected as one of 2 CVQO Regional Ambassadors for 2016/7. FS Dueck was nominated for the Duke of Westminster award this year, with the top 10 cadets being selected to go to South Africa. Continue reading
360 Air Cadets and over 80 adult volunteers from across the Thames Valley Air Cadets came together on Sunday, 22nd May to celebrate the Air Training corps (ATC) 75th Anniversary.
Parading through Windsor and past the Guildhall it was an incredible sight to see the Thames Valley Air Cadets march through the streets and onto the Parish Church in all their splendour. Continue reading
Marking the 75th anniversary since the formation of the Air Cadet Organisation (ACO) over 75 cadets from across Central and North Sectors in Thames Valley Wing ATC gathered in the Oxford as part of parade and service of remembrance. Continue reading
Cadets from 2120 (Witney) Squadron supported two flag raising ceremonies in the town as across the globe, other communities came together to mark the same event; Commonwealth Day 2016. Continue reading
On Thursday 18 February 20 cadets from 966 (Wallingford) and 2121 (Abingdon) squadrons visited RAF Benson for the day. A programme of events which involved visiting various parts of the base had been organised to give an overall view of what makes up a modern RAF station. To start the day the cadets visited the Motor Transport section where they were shown the variety of vehicles currently in use, including their participation in the operation of a remote control grab unit for lifting heavy loads on and off of vehicles. The group then split into two groups for alternate visits to the Fire section and Air Traffic Control. Continue reading
Cadets and Staff from 2410 (Didcot) and 966 (Wallingford) Squadrons recognised the 75th anniversary year of the formation of the Air Training Corps this ATC Sunday by visiting the Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton.
23 Cadets and four Staff in total enjoyed a full day looking around the attractions including the historic story of Naval aviation, the developments in Naval aviation in WW2, a simulated carrier experience and Concorde 002, a prototype test bed which lead to the only commercial jet airliner, amongst some of other trial aircraft. Continue reading