Air Force Cadets News Volume 10 January edition has been released. Highlights include the first Powered Flying Training Camp at Richmond Elementary Flying Training School (EFTS) at RAAF Richmond, 8Wing's winners of our recent National Field Craft Competition, the roll out of our Adult Learning Continuum Review (ALCR), Air Force Shop discount for members to buy merchandise, and an update from our new Commander AAFC, GPCAPT(AAFC) Stephen Johns. Please download, print and pin up at your home Squadron, or share this link with your networks so they have the latest Cadet News!
Cadets in front of DA40 hanger

As we near the end of 2022, activities at the Air Force Cadets are returning to normal, with an even bigger year planned in 2023.
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From natural disasters to a global pandemic, we have endured quite a lot as a society over the last few years. As we come to the end of 2022, we have a great opportunity to reflect on what we have achieved in the face of adversity. Cadet units across the country have proven to be strong and capable. With the many challenges that have been thrown at them in recent years, they continue to show remarkable resilience and adaptability. The different restrictions from state to state meant different models of operation – some units were able to operate as usual, while others adjusted to going online for parade using modern technology, or going old-school and using snail mail!
ADF Cadets Patron Sir Peter Cosgrove