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Air Cadet Recruitment
Transcript of Air Cadet Recruitment
FS O. Rose
SGT J. Tauron
A Brief History Lesson...
Aims of the Air Training Corps
Our aims are to:
Promote and encourage a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force among young people
Provide training which will be useful in the Services and civilian life
Encourage the spirit of adventure and develop qualities of leadership and good citizenship
You don't have to want to join the RAF to be an air cadet!
In 1859 several schools around the country began forming armed, uniformed units of adults and older boys with the purpose of protecting Britain in the event of an attack from overseas.
In 1938 the Air Defence Cadet Corps (ADCC) was founded. Demand for places was high and squadrons were set up in as many towns around the UK as possible. Local people ran them and each squadron aimed to prepare cadets for joining the RAF.
However, near the end of 1940, the government realised the ADCC was basically an RAF recruitment organisation so the name was changed to the Air Training Corps (ATC) and has remained, to this day, a youth organisation which does recruit people into the RAF but teaches about it.
Plane modeling is one of the many competitions cadets can take part in.
Flying and Gliding
There are many opportunities to take to the skies in a powered aircraft or glider!
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
Complete your bronze, silver and gold DofE award with the UK's number 1 supplier.
Shoot a range of weapons at a number of ranges around the country.
Survive in the wilderness with adventure training and camping in the ATC
Got musical talent or want to learn? Join in with ATC band competitions
Are you the next David Beckham? Represent your squadron at many sporting activities. Maybe even play against the RAF team!
The most prestigious competition of the year. Be the best squadron in London by winning the inness sword!
Famous Air Cadets
It goes without saying that many successful RAF personnel started as Air Cadets - including some of our most senior officers. But after years of fun, travel and flying with us, many people have gone on to be the top of their game in very different walks of life. Who knows, in the future maybe you could be joining them!
- Tottenham Hotspur player
- Welsh Commonwealth Games Gold medalist
- two-time winner of 'The World's Strongest Man'
Linford Christie OBE
- 1992 Olympic Gold medalist,
- World light-heavyweight champion boxer
- Actor, best known for playing James Bond 007
- Vocalist, guitarist and songwriter with double Platinum selling Pop Band McFly
Dr Michael Foale
- NASA Astronaut
- Capital FM radio DJ
- British Five-time World Champion Swimmer
- Record breaking balloonist
Sir Patrick Moore
- Astronomer and author
OBE - Senior foreign news reporter for ITN
- Musician and aviator
Sir Paul Nurse
- Winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine for his research into the life cycle of cells
- Special Air Service (SAS) operative turned author
- BBC journalist
Rory Underwood MBE
- RAF pilot and record-breaking England rugby union player
- President of Virgin Galactic
- Famous Chelsea & Scottish International football star
Want to Join?
Your closest squadron:
344 (Fulham) Squadron
The TA Centre
190 Hammersmith Road
Monday and Thursday 19:00 – 21:30
Call us on: 0208 748 9663
Or email: email@example.com
Join us on the 3rd March!