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basic Swimming Proficiency Certificate

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on March 4, 2013 at 5:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Congratualations to all the cadets who passed their basic swimming tonight at Kirkland community college and centre.

Cadets passed both basic and intermediate in which they all passed.

Congratulations

Wing Blues

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on January 29, 2013 at 4:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Congratulations to Cdt S Paddon who was recently awarded his wing sports blues for swimming. After qualifying for squadron level, he won gold then progressed onto wing, an effort well put in. This will be recognized as well as inspiring other cadets to participate in swimming events. Congratulations and well done

Bagpacking

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on January 29, 2013 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Congratualations to all the cadets who recentely attended Leven (1370) Squadron bagpacking, which raised a squadron total upto around £1500 to go towards kit, activities etc. 

Congratualtions to all who took part, much appreciated and enjoy the upcoming year.

Cadets qualify as first aiders

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on December 28, 2012 at 5:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Congratulations to Cpl S Lowe and Cdt C Pentland for succefully completing a qualifying for the St.John Ambulance green first aid badge. They recentely attended a weekend course which taught them all the practical abilities aswell as theory work. They then had to complete several different tests which certify them as qualified first aiders.

Well done, to the both of you

If anyone wishes to attend a course please see Cpl S Lowe ASAP.

Radio communicators badges awarded!

Posted by Sgt R Gilchrist on December 19, 2012 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Congratulations, to Cpl S Lowe and Cdt S Elder who were recently awarded there Air cadet radio communicators badge. They have both worked very hard during parade times and out with cadets to ensure the best possible results. 18 months training was needed, this involved participating in both weekend and week long courses as well as completing 6 modules which were needed to have a thorough and detailed understanding of radio communications.

Well done, you should be proud.

 

If anybody wishes to gain more knowledge or expand there understanding on radio communications please do not hesitate to contact Cpl R Gilchrist via the social network sites or on parade nights.







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