Local cadets keep busy in Scotland

PUBLISHED: 14:08 12 September 2006 | UPDATED: 22:12 28 May 2010

Navigating a course without sight

Navigating a course without sight

ANNUAL Camp 2006 moved to Scotland as 11 cadets from March joined 30 others from across the Beds and Cambs Wing at RAF Lossiemouth. The week long camp was a mixture of RAF, Air Cadet and local activities which kept the cadets busy. As well and initiative

An outside view of a Nimrod

ANNUAL Camp 2006 moved to Scotland as 11 cadets from March joined 30 others from across the Beds and Cambs Wing at RAF Lossiemouth.

The week long camp was a mixture of RAF, Air Cadet and local activities which kept the cadets busy. As well and initiative and team building exercises there was shooting, high ropes and the chance to fly over Loch Ness with the Air Experience Flight.

The cadets grabbed the chance to tour a Nimrod at RAF Kinloss as well as trying a Tornado GR4 out for size back at Lossiemouth. Local visits were arranged and Fort George, one of the longest continuously occupied forts in the country, proved popular.

March squadron are now recruiting. If you are aged between 13 and 17 give them a call. For further information on how to join 1220 Squadron log onto the website at http://www.1220atc.org.uk or tel: 01354 651788.

Sgts Higgins and Jeynes from March in the Tornado cockpit

Address: 1220 (March) Squadron Air Training Corps, Gas Road, March. Parade nights: Tuesday and Friday between 7pm-9.30pm.

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