A busy night at 2410 (Didcot) Squadron with new recruits joining us for an open night as well as Cadets passing their blue leadership course. Congratulations to those awarded with their blue badges as well as DofE certificate for progress in the Silver Award!
Cadets from 2410 (Didcot) Squadron had a busy day at RAF Benson today! It was Families Day, and as well as helping out, the cadets got to watch the air show, which included Chinook and Puma helicopters, and the RAF Falcons! There were plenty of other exhibits on display, including classic cars, fire engines – the cadets even got to meet the crew of a visiting USAF Osprey aircraft and take a quick tour! Well done to all cadets and volunteers for their hard work!
The Royal Air Force Air Cadets is at the forefront of STEM activities and last week the Cadets from 2410 (Didcot) Squadron were learning new skills in robotics and programming with the aid of battery operated tracked vehicles.
We won’t be stopping there, with more STEM activities in planning for the Air Cadets of Didcot.
After more than a year of virtual only activities 2410 (Didcot) Squadron is back at our Headquarters in Newlands Avenue!
Tonight our volunteers welcomed back our Cadet NCOs and we look forwards to seeing the rest of the Squadron over the course of the month and delivering face to face activities safely and covid securely.
We are back! After more than a year since the first lockdown paused all Air Cadet activity the Cadets and Staff of 2410 (Didcot) Squadron have met for their first face-to-face event of 2021 for a day walk in the Oxfordshire countryside around Blewbury.
We will be returning to parade nights in May and can’t wait to see what we can accomplish over the coming year.