Early notice for activities at Region Activities Day 2016 have been announced. The Region Activities Day will affect what happens on Wing Activities Day. Continue reading
The finalists for the Thames Valley Wing Thrive Awards have now been announced. The Awards fall into the following categories and all nominations came from their peers.
Outstanding Civilian Instructor – The person who has made the most outstanding contribution over the past year.
Ambassador – The individual or team who through the virtue of hard work, character and representation have raised the profile of the ATC.
Valiant Volunteer – For consistent and extraordinary efforts in helping others, above and beyond the call of duty.
Unsung Hero – The individual whose contribution often goes unnoticed but without it their Squadron would fail to deliver the effect it achieves.
Top Team Award – awarded to the group (informal or formal) that has achieved the greatest positive impact. Continue reading
On Saturday 3rd October nine cadets from 966 (Wallingford) Sqn joined over thirty cadets and staff from other squadrons to spend the day clay target shooting. Clay target shooting in the air cadet organisation is a civilian sport. It is an excellent sport for cadets as it helps promote self-discipline, hand-eye coordination and gives the young person a great sense of achievement when they begin to master the sport. Continue reading
Below are this years winners in the Photography Competition, which ran at Wing Activities Day on the 27th September.
Below are the 6 competitions which run
- Class 1a: Aviation – for cadets aged 16 or under
- Class 1b: Aviation – for cadets aged 16 or over
- Class 1c: Aviation – for adult staff and civilian committee members
- Class 2a: The ACO and its people – for cadets aged 16 or under
- Class 2b: The ACO and its people – for cadets aged 16 or over
- Class 2c: The ACO and its people – for adult staff and civilian committee members