Coffs Harbour Air Force Cadet Nicholas Winkler and Cadet Corporal Jemma Coad with Graham Davis of Grafton Gliding Club
Coffs Harbour Air Force Cadet Nicholas Winkler and Cadet Corporal Jemma Coad with Graham Davis of Grafton Gliding Club

Air Force Cadets flying high

TWO cadets from 331 Squadron Coffs Harbour, Australian Air Force Cadets will be flying high thanks to a C.ex Group $3000 grant.

“Due to the generosity of the C.ex Group, two flying scholarships of over 10 hours of flying instruction each will now be offered to our cadets,” said 331 Squadron’s Commanding Officer FLTLT (AAFC) Deborah Hoiles.

“The Australian Air Force Cadets strives to be the premier air minded youth organisation and the scholarships will go a long way in assisting two fortunate cadets realise their dream of flying.”

The program will include theoretical training, hands-on flying instruction, accommodation, meals and transport to AAFC Bathurst Aviation Training Centre.

Cadets also learn about leadership, self-reliance, confidence, teamwork, communication and community service.

Recruitment for Coffs Harbour Air Force Cadets is open to boys and girls between 13 and 16. Details Commanding Officer, FLTLT(AAFC) Deborah Hoiles 0488 492 342



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