2523 demonstrated their sporting talent by coming first place in the recent sector sports and archery event. With it being the first time some of our cadets had picked up a bow this was quite an achievement. After performing well across all activities the Linton cadets were then able to relax and socialise around the BBQ afterwards.
Activities are starting to fill the calendar, and four Linton cadets will be attending the wing “Methods of Instruction” course, one of the final steps to being awarded the coveted instructor cadet lanyard. This is the culmination of many years study and several practical teaching and presentation courses.
As we continue to get the squadron back to normality, Flight Lieutenant Tennison was able to present all the awards and badges achieved over lockdown. This included;
3 Bronze Duke of Edinburghs awards
6 St Johns Youth First Aid awards
1 Bronze radio operator award
1 Bronze leadership award
1 Bronze cyber award
1 Blue music award
2 Leading cadet classifications
4 Senior cadet classification
3 Master cadet classification
Congratulations to all the cadets achievements, I am sorry to not have space to name every cadet!
With so many more cadets completing final assessments, planning expeditions and with the training program opening up further we look forward to being able to announce many more achievements soon.
There is still space on the squadron for interested new cadets and staff, so please get in touch to join today.
Pilot Officer RAFAC