Are you up for fun, adventure, incredible experiences and making new friends? Are you looking for something to give you the edge in life? Then welcome to the Air Cadet Organisation (ACO). Better known as the ‘Air Cadets’. There are more than 40,000 members aged between 13 and 20 years.
We provide opportunities for hands-on experience of activities and courses that will challenge and develop your personal skills to help you succeed in whatever you want to do.
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;
...and there’s one more important thing – it’s a lot of fun!
Ready for a challenge?
As a cadet you’ll have the opportunity to do things that others may only dream about. Real flying experience, adventurous training and camps, competitive sports, drill, shooting, abseiling... Our list of activities is long, varied and open to all cadets. Yes it’s a challenge, but that’s what life’s all about. The Corps motto is 'Venture Adventure'.
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Second Intake 2012
Now Recruiting – Join our Ranks
If you are interested in becoming an Air Cadet, we would be delighted to hear from you. Potential cadets, male or female should be aged 13 and above. The unit will be open to all young people on Guernsey (13-17) with plans for regular recruitment intakes, 2-3 times each year. Our next on October 2012 and then January 2013.
Will you take up the challange?
You can also keep up to date with our developments via Twitter (see right). Follow us @Guernseyaircdts. Please send us an email and we will add your name to our mailing list for future information updates.
We are also in the process of recruiting and training an excellent team of adult volunteer staff, subject to suitable vetting and Police checks. This means it is not too late to get involved and we would welcome further involvement with anyone who may be willing to spare a few hours of their time a month. There are a number of ways to get involved as a volunteer, including opportunities as a Commissioned Officer in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Training Branch or as a Non-commissioned Officer (NCO). Please contact us for more information and to arrange a no obligation informal chat.
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