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  1. VR VR VR VR VR T T T T T Royal Air Force: Commissioned Rank Badges Royal Air Force: Non-Commissioned Rank Badges Air Training Corps: Adult Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Ranks Air Training Corps: Cadet Non-Commissioned Officer Ranks Do you know each of these ranks? If not, take the time to learn them!

  2. Aircraft you will fly AFTER you have passed your 1st Class Training! Grob Tutor Grob Viking Grob Vigilant

  3. RAF aircraft you may have the chance to have an experience flight in! But do you know what these aircraft are called?

  4. Cartridge platform and ejector Sight system – front and rear sights Trigger mechanism Bolt Safety devices Enfield No.8 Rifle: Circa 1961 Enfield No.8 Rifle - .22 calibre, bolt action rifle Always remember your Normal Safety Precautions (NSPs!)

  5. WHENEVER You pickup a weapon that has NOT been under your direct supervision, check it to make sure it is NOT loaded. WHENEVER You hand a weapon to another person you must first show that the weapon is NOT loaded. ALWAYS Point the weapon in such a direction, that there is no danger if it is accidentally fired. NEVER Rest your finger on the trigger. NEVER Lean a Rifle, whether loaded or unloaded, against a wall or other object. NEVER Point the weapon at anyone, even in fun! NEVER Rest the muzzle of the weapon against any part of the body. NEVER Attempt to fire a weapon unless under supervision.

  6. Region Marksman Wing Marksman

  7. Marksmanship Principles 1. Position and hold should be firm enough to support the rifle 2. The rifle must point naturally at the target without undue effort 3. Sight alignment and aim must be correct 4. The shot must be released and followed through without disturbing the position

  8. 2510 (West Denton) Squadron http://www.2510.org.uk Young people aged 13-20 are enjoying flying, gliding, going on annual camps, taking part in all sorts of adventure training, military skills & fieldcraft, sports and shooting in your area at 2510 (West Denton) Squadron! So you think you have what it takes to be an Air Cadet? Do you think you could navigate your way across the wilderness on an expedition trying to reach your next checkpoint with only a map, compass and your skill as a navigator? Do you think you have the patience and the skill to hit a target at 1000 yards with a competition target rifle? Do you think you could fly an aeroplane on your own with no one else in the cockpit? In the Air Cadets you will have the opportunity to do all of this and more! Expand your horizons with real qualifications like the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme or a BTEC in Aviation Studies. Push yourself to the limits by taking part in a March and Shoot competition, gain your solo wings in a state-of-the art glider or get right on target by achieving a marksmanship badge. Bring out your true potential by becoming a Non-Commissioned Officer and lead other Cadets from the front! If you are aged 13-17 years old and think you can take up the challenge, why not come down to the Squadron and get involved with the best and most exciting youth organisation in the UK! Parade Nights Every Tuesday & Friday: 7.00pm– 9.30pm 2510 Squadron Location ATC HQ, Slatyford Lane, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Contact Us Plt Off James Elliott RAFVR(T) Sqn (Parade nights only): 0191 228 0645 Wing: 0191 213 1919 oc@2510.org.uk 2510 Sqn

  9. Murphy's Laws of Combat

  10. Harrier GR7 1, 3, 4, 20(R) Squadrons Sentinel R1 5 Squadron Chinook HC2 7, 18, 27, 78 Squadrons Sentry AEW1 8, 23 Squadrons Typhoon F2 17(R), 29(R) Squadrons Canberra PR9 39 Squadron

  11. Merlin HC3 28(AC) Squadron BAe 146 32 (The Royal) Squadron Squirrel HCC1 32 (The Royal) Squadron BAe 125 32 (The Royal) Squadron Puma HC1 33, 230 Squadrons Nimrod MR2 42(R), 120, 201 Squadrons

  12. Jaguar GR3 6, 41 Squadrons Dominie T1 55(R) Squadron Hercules C1, C3, C4 and C5 24, 30, 47, 70 Squadrons Tucano T1 72(R), 207(R) Squadrons Beechcraft King Air B200 45(R) Squadron Griffin HAR2/HT1 60(R), 84 Squadrons

  13. Hawk T1 19, 208, 100 Squadrons VC10 K3/4 101 Squadron Sea King HAR3A 22, 202 Squadrons Tristar K1/KC1/C2 216 Squadron Tornado F3 25, 43, 56(R), 111 Squadrons Tornado GR4 2(AC), 9, 12, 13, 14, 15(R), 31, 617 Squadrons C17 Globemaster 99 Squadron

  14. Hawk T1 ‘Red Arrows’ RAF Aerobatic Team Lancaster Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Spitfire Mk IIA Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Hurricane Mk II Battle of Britain Memorial Flight C-47 Dakota Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Chipmunk DHC1 Battle of Britain Memorial Flight