Welcome to Thames Valley Wing
We hope you enjoy looking through all of the activities on offer to aviation and aerospace inspired young people 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.
June saw 966 Squadron enjoy some downtime for the cadet and enjoy an evening of bowling.
Cadets from 2210 Colwey Squadron celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee by playing the national anthem before friends and family. 2210 Squadron hosted Wing Commander Colin Burrell, Officer Commanding Thames Valley Wing RAFAC and Flight Lieutenant Lewis Quilter from RAF Benson.
150 Squadron cadets celebrate their promotions to junior and senior NCOs. The next generation of leaders of the squadron.
Congratulations to Sgt Preece and civilian instructor Trystan Forsyth on attending Buckingham palace to receive their Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards.
The 966 Squadron took part in the town of Wallingford’s Mayors Parade today, to welcome the new Mayor of Wallingford! Well done!
Cadets received certificate for completing training courses and also two being promoted to cadet corporal having successfully completed leadership and Junior NCO training courses.
Putting the air into Air Cadets! We had an excellent visit to the Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service station on Rewley Road. A big thank you to our hosts for showing us the important work they do to keep the community safe.
Cadets from 2210 Cowley Squadron were hosted by 622 Volunteer Gliding Squadron at Little Rissington which saw three of our cadets obtain their blue gliding wings!
On Sunday the 8th of May cadets from Cowley Squadron came out in force to support the Royal British Legions Poppy Walk, a 10 mile walk through the Oxfordshire countryside near Wantage.
Congratulations go to Cadet Flight Sergeant Herman van Rooyen on graduating from the RAF Air Cadets Junior Leaders training course. The Junior Leader course is one of the hardest and top courses to pass in the RAFAC.