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    South Dartmoor Squadron 2171 West Plymouth Squadron 2312 Tavistock Squadron 2377 Plympton Squadron 2443 Okehampton Squadron EAST CORNWALL SECTOR Sector Commander Squadron Leader C James RAFVR T SQUADRONS 335 Saltash Squadron 781 Newquay Squadron 1387 Liskeard Squadron 2533 Bodmin Squadron 2533 Wadebridge Detached Flight MID CORNWALL SECTOR Sector Commander Squadron Leader P Doolan RAFVR T SQUADRONS 169 St Blazey Squadron 730 City of Truro Squadron 1157 Falmouth Squadron 1225 St

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/sqns.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Plymouth & Cornwall Wing - Air Training Corps
    WESSEX SQUADRON Company Royal Air Force Reserves Location RAF St Mawgan Advert The RAF is launching a New Year recruiting drive in Devon and Cornwall for Reservists to join a new General Support Squadron based at RAF St Mawgan near Newquay 505 Wessex Squadron is looking for men and women to train in a wide range of roles including intelligence analysts drivers chefs suppliers and human resources specialists Full details

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/jobadverts.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Plymouth & Cornwall Wing
    WING CALENDAR Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/wing_cal.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Plymouth & Cornwall Wing
    website will only be used for the purposes outlined at the time of collection or registration and we will not pass this information to any third party This complies with the Data Protection Act 1998 disclaimer The information on this website is published for guidance only Although it is updated as soon as possible after changes are decided no guarantee can be given regarding accuracy of information on the site

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  • Activities
    the classification On completion of passing all the classifications cadets are awarded a BTEC Certificate in Aviation Studies Cadets can then go on to work towards a BTEC Diploma in Public Services Cadets will initially study towards their First Class classification This currently differs from other classification as cadets do not take exams but are assessed to ensure that they have an understanding of each of the six subjects On passing their First Class they will then start studies toward Leading Cadet Senior and Master Air Cadet In each case the cadet must pass exams in three subjects on Ultilearn Each level will take up to a year on average as academic studies is only part of what cadets do NCO COURSES Cadets who have been promoted to the rank of Cadet Corporal have to complete the Junior NCO course to have their appointment confirmed This is an intense weekend course which not all pass on their first attempt The course not only covers drill but leadership communication and presentation skills all of which is aimed at equipping the Corporals with skills needed to be an effective junior NCO Some images of a recent course can be located here The

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  • Activities
    ing is one of the hardest ski ing activities and includes cross country ski ing both uphill and downhill By the end of the week the treks are up to 11 kilometres TEN TORS Ten Tors is a course set over Dartmoor completed over a weekend in May during which you have to visit ten hills known as Tors There are three distances depending on age 35km 45km and 55km

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/adtrg.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Activities
    held each year which allows the Wing Band to meet other bands from across the Corps The camps allow the bands to practice and play together The main camps are held at Altcar Longmoor and at Rorkes Drift MUSIC EVENTS The Wing Band are invited to several events during the year including Armed Forces Day in Cornwall and in Plymouth Battle of Britain events and a number of carnivals The Band performed for the Air Cadet Organisation s Commandant s visit to the Wing at RAF St Mawgan in April In addition to the music events in the UK the Wing Band was invited to play at the Malta Military Tattoo The trip took place in October 2012 with 39 cadets and 7 staff members travelling to Malta where they performed twice at the Tattoo and again in the open to the general public A video clip of their performance is available to view left The cost of the trip was subsidised through fund raising The next big trip planned is to Florida in January 2015 where they have been invited to play at one of Walt Disney World parades While on the 10 day trip the 40 cadets will

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  • Activities
    on a registered site or in the field For 2015 Plymouth Cornwall Wing are scheduled to attend camps at RAF Valley RAF Marham RAF Lossiemouth and RAF High Wycome For further information click here OVERSEAS CAMPS Overseas camps are open to cadets who have attended a UK camp have reached Leading Cadet and 15 years Overseas camps are based in Germany Gibraltar and Cyprus The RAF has for many years had stations in Germany with many first line units based there Despite the RAF having all but pulled out of Germany there are still camps in Germany which are ideal for first overseas camps Overseas camp information can be found here Gibraltar Camp is based on the Royal Air Force station It is necessary to have been to a UK camp and be a Leading Cadet before attending an overseas camp The cost of the camp is higher than that of a UK camp due to the additional travel costs Those cadets selected to attend the camp can expect to be doing most of the activities of a UK camp with the addition of some sight seeing around the peninsula Cyprus Camp is held at Royal Air Force Akrotiri in the Greek controlled section of Cyprus Due to the distance involved travel to the camp is by air and therefore is more expensive that camps at UK and Gibraltar Again it is necessary to have attended a UK camp and also be a Leading Cadet to qualify to attend Cyprus Camp During the camp the program will be packed with activities that are found on UK camps as well as some sight seeing RAF Akrotiri also has it s own beach so don t forget the sun cream The sun can be strong even in April thus sun cream is

    Original URL path: http://www.pcw-aircadets.co.uk/camps.htm (2016-04-25)
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