RAAF holds recrutiment drive for teens

IF you're only interested in sitting around watching television and playing computer games, joining the Australian Air Force Cadets is definitely not for you.

However, if you're 13 to 16 years of age with a keen sense of adventure, leadership qualities and an interest in aviation then you need to find out more about becoming a member of 331 Squadron, Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC).

331 Squadron AAFC will be holding a recruiting evening for potential recruits and their parents tonight from 6.30pm at the Squadron Building located at 66 Aviation Drive, Coffs Harbour.

As a member of 331 Squadron, cadets are provided with the opportunity to attend General Service Training and Promotion Courses on RAAF Bases and participate in weekend bivouac, abseiling and flying activities.

If you think it's time to get into some adventure, attend the recruitment evening with a parent or call FLGOFF(AAFC) Hoiles on 6653 4752 for further information.



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