The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the royal australian Air Force.
The AAFC will teach you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication.
Some activities undertaken by the AAFC include flying, fieldcraft, adventure training, firearms safety training, drill and ceremonial, service knowledge, aeromodelling, navigation and gliding. Our fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. No matter what career you choose, the AAFC provides a foundation of knowledge and skills that will assist you towards your future. Learn more about the AAFC… »
Twenty-five members of No 323 Squadron Glenbrook participated in the Penrith Relay for Life on 4 – 5 May. Commanding Officer Warrant Officer (AAFC) Michael Barr said that community service was one of the most important activities for his unit. …
Eleven cadets and four staff from 330 (City of Shoalhaven) Squadron were among hundreds who participated in the 10th Shoalhaven Nowra Relay for Life. The event, held at Nowra Showground on 6 and 7 April, saw teams walking for 24 …