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Help for Heroes

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on September 1, 2014 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (239)

Help for heroes bear BBQ coming up, get in touch or even come down to Methil Sea Cadet unit. MAJOR RECRUITING day ahead, get a burger, bun, chips, drink, socialize, thrift shop and any information you would like about both the armed Forces or even the Air Cadets. 

Mustang Talk

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on May 1, 2014 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Recently 1370 (Leven) Squadron had a visit from a member of the public talking about the Mustang fighter plane. He spoke about the history of it in fife, along with the stories behind the plane itself. It was an excellent night, definetly one for the books. we hope to see him soon for an astronomy chat  in late September. 

Heart Start

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on January 16, 2014 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Cadets getting hands on experience for their HeartStart Qualification tonight, tonight EVERY cadet from our squadron will be fully trained on CPR

Remembrance Day

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on January 16, 2014 at 3:25 PM Comments comments (0)

1370 ATC on parade this morning for remembrance service. A great turn out with all uniform of a high standard. All drill together and on time. Receiving high praise from all of the on lookers. Well done to all cadets

MESSAGE FROM AIR OFFICER SCOTLAND

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on January 16, 2014 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (0)


 

The attached letter is a message of thanks from Air Officer Scotland for all the excellent work supporting the Leuchars Airshow.

Wg Ex O


Leadership Command Task pt.1

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on August 1, 2013 at 3:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Cadets were busy tonight as they were involved in a training excercise for Cpl C Pentland to help improve his leadership skill with the use of SMEAC and FALA. They constructed a tripod which had to suspend a tyre. 

No.8 Rifle Shooting

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on August 1, 2013 at 12:50 PM Comments comments (0)

On the 28th of July, two cadets from 1370 (Leven) Squadron went live firing at RAF Leuchars. Cpl Pentland and Cdt MacDonald thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Cdt MacDonald walked away with a squadron marksman which she is extremely happy with, hoping to improve foe the next time. Cpl Pentland had a disadvantage however, as he discovered he is left eye dominant which affected his performance however, he still enjoyed the day none the less.

Congratulations guys!

 

Air Cadet Leadership Course Cse.100

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on August 1, 2013 at 12:50 PM Comments comments (0)

On Saturday the 20th July, I left home for a 9 hour long journey to RAF College Cranwell. When I arrived, I was not prepared to be thrown in the deep end. But I was reminded throughout the week that "this is a course, not a camp." I was petrified but I knew that if I stuck in I would feel the benefits. We had to write down any important information that we saw was relevant from the briefing and then we had to stand in front of a our course Flt Sgt and Sgt. We then had to answer questions abou...

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Bagpacking at Glenrothes Morrisons

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on July 8, 2013 at 6:50 AM Comments comments (0)

4 Cadets and 2 staff members attended Glenrothes Morrisons Yesterday to help the local customers pack their bags to raise money for squadron funds that will go towards, hopefully, new radio handheld kit. The cadets started off with high spirits and continued to thrive throughout the day with smiles on their face as they greeted and chatted to consumers of the supermarket. The bagpacking went excellent yesterday,raising almost £600 for only 6 hours work, amazing stuff!

 

Squadron Standown

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on July 2, 2013 at 11:40 AM Comments comments (0)

The Squadron will be on active standown as forth from the 1st July to the 15th July. Ensure, cadets, to check your email and keep up to date with Drill etc. See you guys when we return, blues first night back for squadron Standown.


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