THESE Top Gun teenagers celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Royal Australian Air Force cadet program yesterday with some friendly competition.
- Who We Are
- What We Do
- How To Join
- Our Units
- Our Supporters
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.
The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) has zero tolerance for child abuse.
All adult AAFC members are responsible for the protection of Cadets with whom they interact, and are mandated to adhere to the standards of behaviour prescribed in the Defence Youth Safety Framework and AAFC Code of Conduct.
All adult members must have and maintain a Defence Working With Children Clearance, State or Federal Police Working With Children Check, and have completed the mandatory levels of Defence Youth Safety Training.
The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force.