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The aims of the Air Training Corps are:
  • To promote and encourage among young people a
    practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force
  • To provide training which will be useful in the Services
    and Civilian Life
  • To foster the spirit of adventure and develop qualities of
    leadership and good citizenship
What did you do last weekend?
As an Air Cadet you get the chance to go flying and gliding, get taught how to shoot, take part in many team sports up to a National level, go on camp at RAF and Army bases throughout the UK and overseas, learn adventure training in the field, as well as going climbing, abseiling and canoeing…the list is endless! If an activity isn’t available in the ATC it won’t be worth doing! The Air Training Corps is also the largest operator of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme. The ATC’s Commodore-in-Chief is HRH Prince Philip, and he takes a keen interest in the organisation.

Latest Posts

DofE Expeditions

Over the bank holiday weekend, 19 cadets took part in DofE expeditions – there was an assessed silver expedition, practise silver expedition and two bronze practise expeditions (I took part in a bro…
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Nijmegen Training Weekends

Over the past few months I have been attending training weekends for the 100mile Nijmegen march which will be held in Holland this July. I have been marching and training with other cadets from variou…
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Inter-Wing Netball Competition

On 3rd April 2016 Cdt Griffiths T and I competed in the inter-wing netball competition. The day began in the morning when we arrived at Surrey Sports Park, met up with the rest of the team – whi…
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