Air Cadets (457 Farnborough Squadron)

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Activities that the Air Cadets can get involved in are: Duke of Edinburgh Award - Blue, Bronze, Silver & Gold. BTEC Level 2 in Aviation. BTEC Level 2 in Teamwork & Personal Development. BTEC Level 2 in Music for Practical Performance. Essential First Aid, Youth First Aid and Activity First Aid. Wing competitions at Wing Activities Day. Target Shooting and Clay Shooting. Flying and Gliding. Canoeing / kayaking.

Parade Nights: Mondays and Thursdays 7.00pm-9.30pm.

About RAF Air Cadets (457 Farnborough Squadron)

Air Training Corps (ATC) is the RAF's cadet force which is a military themed youth organisation sponsored and supported by the Royal Air Force.
They take part in adventure training activities such as hiking, kayaking, climbing & the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Additionally, they also take part in a wide range of military themed activities such as Drill, shooting, flying, fieldcraft and leadership training.
They welcome new cadets from the ages of 12 and in year 8 at school up to 16 years old. Existing cadets can stay as a cadet until their 20th birthday. Many do and later choose to stay on as adult instructors! They also welcome adult volunteers of any age in either uniformed or non-uniformed roles. No previous military service is required and training is provided.

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User Cost/Charge Information
£12 per month and the blue uniform is issued free of charge courtesy of the RAF. The only item of Blue uniform you will need to provide is shoes.

Find out more

RAF Air Cadets (457 Farnborough Squadron)

Email
457@aircadets.org

Website
https://www.raf.mod.uk/aircadets/

Location

St Christopher's Road
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 0AH

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