966 (Wallingford) Squadron for its virtual parade night has launched its own coding club building cadets’ skills and knowledge of cyber space.
As you may know the Royal Air Force Air Cadets have suspended all face to face activities due to the Coronavirus situation. Tonight was our first Virtual Parade Night where the cadets saw what they could do during this period to continue their training!
As you may know the Royal Air Force Air Cadets have suspended all face to face activities due to the Coronavirus situation. Tonight was 2210 Squadrons first Virtual Parade Night where the cadets saw what they could do during this period to continue their training!
By Cadet Corporal Thomas Williams 2210 Squadron
I arrived on a cold damp Friday afternoon. I climbed aboard with my waterproof rucksack in one hand and my TG21 and 3822 in the other.
I was there on my own and knew none of the staff or any of the other cadets on board.Continue reading
Congratulations to our cadets who received awards HeartStart, Method of Instruction, BTEC in Aviation Studies certificates and one Leading Classification. Time to get out that needle and thread!
On Wednesday 11th of March the cadets of 2211 Bracknell squadron tried their hands at Leadership exercises and Fieldcraft training building their skills ready for the summer to get out and about using these skills and knowledge.
Blue Leadership for Cpl Mbiru. Silver Activity First Aid for Sgt Bhamra. And first class badges for Cadets Irfan and Khan! Well done everyone!
#internationalwomensday saw WO Alice Pye with FS Chris Harding from Woodley Sqn leading a group of paddlers from the Air Cadets South West Region on the River Dart – experiencing some incredible white water action!!!
Promotions time at Windsor Sqn with 1 new Flight Sergeant, 3 new Sergeants and 3 new Corporals.
Well done to all cadets and adult volunteers who took part in the South West Region sports day covering rugby, netball, football and hockey and congratulations to all who were selected for the South West region teams.