Two Wisbech cadets show off shooting skills to gain prestigious marksmanship badges

12:27 17 January 2014

Cadets from (272) Wisbech Squadron Air Cadets . Cadet Corporal Josh Garner and Cadet Josh Loosemore gained there marksmanship badges .

Cadets from (272) Wisbech Squadron Air Cadets . Cadet Corporal Josh Garner and Cadet Josh Loosemore gained there marksmanship badges .

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Two cadets have shown themselves to be master marksmen by achieving shooting qualifications.

Cadet Corporal Josh Garner and Cadet Josh Loosemore, of (272) Wisbech Squadron Air Cadets, gained their marksmanship badges while taking part in Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Shoots at RAF Honington.

Cadet Corporal Garner achieved a Wing Marksman while Cadet Loosemore gained a Corps Marksman, the highest shooting qualification for a cadet.

Both cadets were presented with their respective badge to wear on their brassards by the squadron’s commanding officer Flight Lieutenant Colin Arnold.

Cadet Loosemore said: “I am really pleased to have gained this qualification after a lot of hard work.”

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