Last Parade night out Cadets took part in some STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) based exercises. Including assembling a Drone, building shelters to specific requirements and creating bridges using cardboard.
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Excellent performance by all of our cadets who competed at the Wing Athletics Competition Today! 8 Golds, 3 Silvers and 1 Bronze! At least 4 Cadets will go on to represent the Wing! 2nd in the Junior Girls Competition and 2nd in the Overall Girls Competition!
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Happy 92nd Birthday to Her Majesty The Queen!
This photograph was taken in July 1946 when The Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, was 20 years old.
On her 21st birthday, The Queen made a speech dedicating her life to service and to this day continues to carry out Royal Duties, from visits to charities and schools, to hosting visiting Heads of State and leading the nation’s celebratory events.
Just this week, The Queen, as Head of the Commonwealth, hosted a dinner for Representatives and Heads of Government to celebrate the Commonwealth during #CHOGM2018 week.
To mark Her Majesty's birthday, tonight BBC One and BBC Radio 2 will broadcast a special concert in celebration of The Queen's 92nd at the Royal Albert Hall. The Queen and Members of The Royal Family will attend.
Cadets from 104 Squadron started off working towards their potential shooting achievements by taking part in "Cadet Life Firing" CLF Exercise 1, using the indoor 5.5m air rifle range. If you think 5.5m is too short a distance, the size of the "10" is a one mm dot!!
CLF1 involves a graded grouping exercise in which the cadets have to fire "supported" (using a rest for their forearm - just to get the "feel" of things) then progressing to "unsupported" - which is of course harder. The sizes of the 5 round groups are scored & the cadets have to reach a minimum score before moving onto CLF2.
Pictured are Civilian Instructor Mike Jenvey (Range Conducting Officer & 104's Shooting Officer), & Cadets Campos-Bell, Thomas & Quigley.
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On the 1 April, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing celebrated #RAF100 with a Party at our Staff Mess, here are some photos of the Camp's Executive Team who are also celebrating 25 years of Easter Camps within our Wing.
This week we have been delighted to host a Cambridge LaunchPad event for local primary schools giving students hands on experience with #engineering activities and encouraging the next generation to be inspired about the industry we work in #STEM
Flight Sergeant Claire Brown has been appointed as the High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire’s Cadet for the Shrieval year 2018/2019 as of the 20th March. FS Brown will be joining Dr Andrew Harter CBE FREng and his wife Lily Harter for many events throughout the year. FS Brown has quoted “I am extremely excited and honoured to be able to represent the Squadron and the Wing in this prestigious appointment”.
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Congratulations to the 11 members of staff in Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing ATC who passed their assessment today for their Archery Instructors Course. Huge thank you to Aim4sport for running the course. Especially to Coach Big G. ...