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We do a host of different activities in the Air Training Corps and we try to enable every cadet...

Annual Camps

The annual camps are a key part of the full experience in the Air Training Corps. They vary from air shows and station visits, to band and drill events. The camps take place throughout the year, not just in the summer (although that is when the main proportion of them will happen) and they provide the cadets with a variety of different experiences, such as flying, gliding, visiting active RAF stations, shooting, visiting aircraft and many more.

During annual camps, the cadets spend a week on an RAF or MOD station, where they will participate in many different activities that have been planned out by the camp staff, prior to the arrival on site.

For the majority of their time on the camp, the cadets will visit different sections of the station, such as an Air traffic Control tower, the air-drop teams, RAF Regiment, medical sector and many more.

When asked about camps Cadet Cpl Mayer said "One of my most memorable experiences was when I went on the Royal International Air Tattoo 2015 camp, Where I was able to go around the different air forces of the world, look at their aircraft, speak to the crew and even go inside the cargo planes such as the new Airbus A400m that came into service with the RAF only a few months ago."

Annual camps can also include things such as adventure training, which will take place in either Windermere or Llambedr where the 2 ATC adventure training centres are placed. Furthermore, cadets may be very lucky to go on national level camps for the concert or marching bands, as well as the new national drill and ceremonial camp.


Sqn HQ Address

332 (High Wycombe) Squadron HQ

Kennedy Avenue

High Wycombe 
HP11 1BY

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