1350 (Fareham & District) Squadron
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1350 Squadron ATC

Joining Us

The cadet experince is open to everyone, so whatever your nationality, background or ability, whether you're male or female, if you're between 12 (year 8 of school) and 17 years old you can join us.

Aside from flying, sports, shooting, fieldcraft training, adventure training and great fun, you'll soon find that being an air cadet is its own reward. You can build on your achievements by earning BTECs and DoE awards. You'll be expected to take part in as many of hte activities we run as possbile, but with what's on offer you won't need much persuading!

We have high standards to maintain as we are a 'military' youth organisation and you'll naturally take pride in your uniform (which we supply) and appearance. You'll be well mannered and self-disciplined, but you'll be joining an organisation that you can be proud of.

It's important to know that we are not a recruiting organisation for the Services (but it's great if you do decide you want to join later on). Were not interested in anything but you and your potential, and will help you get the most from your experience as a cadet.

So if you are ready to take the first step towards all the opportunites and benefits that the air cadets can offer you, then please contact us.


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Adult Volunteers

Are you over 20 and seeking a new challenge? Would you like to develop skills, leadership qualities and gain qualifications too?

As the backbone of our organisation we're always on the look out for high-calibre individuals to become volunteers, helping to run the activities that play such an important role in the lives of our young members.

All kinds of people make up our volunteer staff, so if you are interested, please contact us.

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For Parents

Why air cadets? It's a fair question, but ask anyone who has taken part as a cadet, adult volunteer or parent and you'll know how special the organisation is. It offers young people from all walks of life a chance to get active, learn new skills and make new friends in an inspirational and safe environment.

It doesn't interfere with their school responsibilities and cadets take an invaluable set of experiences and strong personal ethics with them when they leave that they can put to good use at university or in the career of their choosing.

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