966 (Wallingford) Squadron
Welcome to 966 (Wallingford) Squadron of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. The Squadron is situated within the historic town of Wallingford which has strong local connections to the Royal Air Force.
As a cadet with 966 Squadron you will have the chance to learn about radio communications, cyber security and aviation.
Cadets and adult volunteers from Sector 3 met up to spend a summers evening playing sports and learning teamwork.
Cadets from 1861 Wantage Squadron and 966 Wallingford Squadron visited RAF Benson and flew with No2 Air Experience Flight, flying in the Grob Tutor two seat training aircraft. Continue reading
Our cadets had a fantastic time at the RAF Air Cadets Gliding Squadron at Little Rissington! After taking part in pre-flight training, they got to fly in a winch-towed Viking glider! It was a great day – and they even got to help launch the gliders! Continue reading
June saw 966 Squadron enjoy some downtime for the cadet and enjoy an evening of bowling.
The 966 Squadron took part in the town of Wallingford’s Mayors Parade today, to welcome the new Mayor of Wallingford! Well done!
Another busy evening at the 966 Wallingford Squadron! Project night for the cadets, including aero modelling and learning how to make games using coding and microbits.
During the recent lock down period, Thames Valley Wing of the RAF Air Cadets moved to using online platforms to continue activities for our cadets. 217 of our air cadets have completed radio communications and cyber security training courses during this time and we even trained 10 adult volunteers as instructors.
The radio communications and cyber security training is highly beneficial to the cadets, as it improves their knowledge of cyber security, social media safety and how to protect themselves and their devices from malware and viruses. Continue reading