March Cadet Officer wins prestigious award at annual Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Parade held at RAF Wyton

PUBLISHED: 12:12 08 July 2014 | UPDATED: 12:12 08 July 2014

Cadet Warrant Officer Katie Dickson receiving the Parker Britannia Trophy.

Cadet Warrant Officer Katie Dickson receiving the Parker Britannia Trophy.

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Cadets from 1220 (March) Squadron were on parade at the annual Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Parade and Review at RAF Wyton.

Flight Sergeant (ATC) Brian Goodall receiving his Wing Commander’s Commendation. Flight Sergeant (ATC) Brian Goodall receiving his Wing Commander’s Commendation.

It was a special day for Cadet Warrant Officer Katie Dickson, who received the Parker Britannia Trophy for excellence in aviation.

She was nominated for the award because of her continuing commitment to completing her flying scholarship.

Flight Sergeant (ATC) Brian Goodall was awarded a Wing Commander’s commendation in recognition of his efforts and commitment to the Air Training Corps.

The reviewing officer was Brigadier Nicholas Davies MBE MC, Commander of the Joint Forces Intelligence Group at RAF Wyton.

After receiving her award, Katie said: “It was an honour to collect the award in front of the whole parade; I felt really proud. It was a wonderful surprise to mark my last official parade.”

For more information on 1220, go to 1220atc.org.uk

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