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450 (Kenley) Sqn ATC 2014 – The Year Ahead. Flt Lt G Bromley Officer Commanding. SQUADRON OBJECTIVES. To have our best year yet For Cadets to take part enthusiastically in a wide range of Sqn & Wing Events To enter teams in all Wing Competitions To study, sit and pass classification exams

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450 kenley sqn atc 2014 the year ahead

450 (Kenley) Sqn ATC2014 – The Year Ahead

Flt Lt G Bromley

Officer Commanding

squadron objectives
SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

To have our best year yet

For Cadets to take part enthusiastically in a wide range of Sqn & Wing Events

To enter teams in all Wing Competitions

To study, sit and pass classification exams

To increase Duke of Edinburgh Award participation

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

TO HAVE OUR BEST YEAR YET?

This simply means, each and every Cadet, NCO and Staff Member to do what they can in order to make the Squadron, it’s activities, it’s results and successes, as positive and worthwhile as possible.

The responsibility for this lies with EVERY one of us

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

FOR CADETS TO TAKE PART ENTHUSIASTICALLY IN A WIDE RANGE OF SQN AND WING EVENTS

Squadron Staff and Wing Staff spend a lot of time putting events together for Cadets – whether they be camps, visits, competitions...

I would rather have to turn people away than to cancel the activity due to lack of interest

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

TO ENTER TEAMS IN ALL WING COMPETITIONS

Sunday 2 March: South Downs Trophy

Sunday 13 April: 5 a Side Football Competition

Sunday 18 May: Athletics Championships

Sunday 6 & 13 July: Drill Competition

Mid September: Swimming Championships

Mid September: Air Rec, Aero modelling & Photos

Mid November: Cross Country Championships

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

TO STUDY, SIT AND PASS CLASSIFICATION EXAMS

JUNIOR CADETS – 1ST CLASS WILL STUDY (LOGBOOK)

The Air Training Corps

The Royal Air Force

History of Flight

Initial Expedition Training

Airmanship

Map Reading

Basic Radio Communications

Drill

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

TO STUDY, SIT AND PASS CLASSIFICATION EXAMS

1ST CLASS – LEADING CADETS WILL STUDY

Airmanship 2 (Exam in February)

Basic Navigation (Exam in March)

Principles of Flight (Exam in November)

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

TO STUDY, SIT AND PASS CLASSIFICATION EXAMS

LEADING TO SENIOR CADETS WILL STUDY

Piston Engine (Exam in February)

Jet Engine (Exam in March)

Aircraft Handling & Flying Tech (Exam in November)

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

TO STUDY, SIT AND PASS CLASSIFICATION EXAMS

SENIOR TO MASTER CADETS WILL STUDY

Airframes (Exam in February)

Basic Air Navigation (Exam in March)

Air Power (Exam in November)

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

It is crucial that you attend as success in these exams brings a BTEC in Aviation Studies – at no extra cost.

All examinations are now done online – the paper system is now discontinued.

Exams are sat chapter by chapter, with roughly 2 questions per chapter which you have to pass to a satisfactory standard...

..meaning if you fail one chapter you only need resit that chapter, and can do so after only 10 days

Don’t forget – you must pass these exams to progress through your career in the Air Cadets: eg, for an Overseas Camp you must be a Leading Cadet

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SQUADRON OBJECTIVES

TO INCREASE DUKE OF EDINBURGH

AWARD PARTICIPATION

Existing participants to continue, complete and qualify their award

To introduce and enrol new cadets to the Award

a few upcoming events opportunities
A FEW UPCOMING EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES

NCO COURSES (late Jan)

ATC SUNDAY PARADE, GUILDFORD (2 Feb)

PURLEY SWIMATHON (13 Feb)

GLIDING (9 Mar)

BASIC TRAINING CAMP (Sometime in March / April)

EASTER CAMP to RAF AKROTIRI, CYPRUS (Easter Holidays)

ANNUAL INSPECTION (29 Jun)

***** COMPULSORY EVENT !! *****

VISIT TO RAF WADDINGTON AIRSHOW (5 Jul)

SQN CAMP TO THE ISLE OF WIGHT (19 – 26 Jul)

finally
FINALLY...

You will get as much out of the

Air Cadets as you put in.

If you attend regularly and take part in as much as you can, you will have a better overall experience.

GET INVOLVED!!

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