Vietnam Venture Team 2014
9 cadets and staff spent 18 days in Vietnam on Adventurous Training activities.
Biking, sea kayaking, climbing, canoeing, scrambling and ascent of Mount Fansipan (3143m)
The Air Training
to the Air Cadets - 'The Next Generation'.
Cadets in the Air Training Corps
(ATC) are enjoying flying, gliding, going on camps,
taking part in all kinds of action, adventure and
sports. It’s great fun too, with the opportunity
to enjoy an enviable social life and make many
How far are YOU from having
a good time?
Air Cadets, aged 13 to 21, and
their supporting staff get the opportunity to participate
in a large range of stimulating and rewarding activities.
Where else could you learn to fly aerobatics, visit
Royal Air Force Stations, tour foreign countries,
play sports from local to International level,
learn the skills to lead expeditions, become a
target shooting marksman, gain your Duke of Edinburgh's
Awards, canoe through white water, assist your
community, join a band, learn aviation subjects,
go caving, parachute, climb, sail, ski...? These
and much more are readily available to you as a
member of the Air Cadet Organization, whether you
are a cadet or staff member.
(Parkstone) Squadron parades on Monday
and Thursday evenings,
hours to 2145 hours.
The Squadron is open to both
males and females between the ages of 13
and 17 on joining.
Too old to be a cadet maybe; but never too old to help.
Come and talk to us as we always need adult volunteer staff who can bring new ideas and skills to the Squadron
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