South West Region

Cadets battle the weather on first Silver Duke of Edinburgh biking expedition!

Cadets battle the weather on first Silver Duke of Edinburgh biking expedition!

Five RAF Air Cadets from 2328 (Bishop’s Cleeve) Squadron just completed Bristol and Gloucestershire Wing’s first Silver Duke of Edinburgh’s Award cycle expedition in living memory. After training and practice expedition weekends in the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean, the cadets’ assessed expedition involved cycling a [Continue]

Adventurous activities inspire RAF Air Cadets

Twenty seven cadets from Bristol and Gloucestershire Wing successfully completed a wide variety of activities during a week at the National Air Cadet Adventure Training Centre at Fairbourne in North Wales. Their programme included canoeing and kayaking on Lake Bala, mountain biking on single track trails, rock climbing and mountain walking [Continue]

Gliding at Little Rissington

Gliding at Little Rissington

Cadets from 181 (City of Gloucester) Squadron and 2322 (Dowty) Squadron enjoyed going gliding on Saturday 18 August at RAF Little Rissington. The cadets were able to build upon their First Class knowledge by learning about the axis of movement of the aircraft and how lift is generated to result in movement. Before getting airborne, [Continue]

Top of the class for Adam!

Top of the class for Adam!

Flight Sergeant  Adam Tobin from 2210 (Cowley) Squadron has been awarded Best Cadet at the prestigious Air Cadet Leadership Course at RAF Cranwell. There is very little free time during the course and the days are long and demanding.  At the end of the week cadets tackle a peer assessment exercise and are then reported [Continue]

Bishop’s Cleeve Cadets support Gloucestershire Airport Charity Open Day

Bishop’s Cleeve Cadets support Gloucestershire Airport Charity Open Day

RAF Air Cadets from 2328 (Bishop’s Cleeve) Squadron put a huge effort in to help Gloucestershire Airport stage its Annual Charity Open Day in aid of fly2help. Hot weather brought out thousands of people including many young families. 2328 Squadron cadets and staff helped the visitors park their cars. Their good humour and quiet efficiency [Continue]

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  • The day continues with banner drill from Dorset  Wilts
  • The day begins with Thames Vally first up for inspection
  • Last weekend saw cadets compete in the Regional First Aid
  • RAF Museum Hendon with hantsiowwingrafac at summer camp at rafhaltonofficial
  • Congratulations to 7OS Jersey Squadron for winning the Morris Trophy
  • Cadets from Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wing took part
  • SW Region with their haul of trophies from Copes Athletics
  • Some photos of our Bag Pack in various Morrisons accross
  • Sgt Palmer proudly representing 130bournemouthatc and aircadets at todays Remebrance