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Ice breakers underway at the snco course. ... See MoreSee Less

Ice breakers underway at the snco course.Image attachment

Snco course all ready to go at Cosford. ... See MoreSee Less

Snco course all ready to go at Cosford.

Warwickshire & Birmingham Wings Athletes were surprised by a day of good weather on Sunday when they took part in the inter wing athletics competition in Grantham. Competing against the 5 other wings in the Central & East region the cadets pulled out their best, many of them beating their times / distances from the inter Sqn competition, but were unlucky to come up against some stiff competition. Although the wing did bring home some medals they finished 6th overall. In the individual categories the Senior girls placed highest finishing 4th.
The medal tally was as follows:
Junior Boys; 1500m - Cdt Winston 1368 - Bronze, Discus - Cdt Okoro 121 - Bronze, Shot - Cdt Okoro 121 - Bronze
Youths; 200m - Sgt Riley-King 2286 - Silver, 800m Cpl Clarke 163 - Bronze, Long Jump - Cdt Hussain 492 - Bronze
Junior Men; Discuss - Cpl Hansen 1368 - Bronze, Long Jump - Cpl Oram 2030 - Bronze, Shot - Cpl Hansen 1368 - Silver
Junior Girls; Discuss - Cdt Cosgriff 163 - Bronze, High Jump - Cdt Hands 165 - Bronze, Shot - Cdt Snape 492DF - Bronze
Senior Girls; 100m - Cdt Taylor 492 - Gold, 200m - Cdt Taylor 492 - Gold, Javelin - Sgt Carey 2286 - Gold, Long Jump - Cdt Taylor 198 - Silver.
Congratulations to Cdt Taylor and Sgt Carey who will go on to represent Central & East region on the 22nd June.
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Warwickshire & Birmingham Wings Athletes were surprised by a day of good weather on Sunday when they took part in the inter wing athletics competition in Grantham. Competing against the 5 other wings in the Central & East region the cadets pulled out their best, many of them beating their times / distances from the inter Sqn competition, but were unlucky to come up against some stiff competition. Although the wing did bring home some medals they finished 6th overall. In the individual categories the Senior girls placed highest finishing 4th. 
The medal tally was as follows:
Junior Boys; 1500m - Cdt Winston 1368 - Bronze, Discus - Cdt Okoro 121 - Bronze, Shot - Cdt Okoro 121  - Bronze
Youths; 200m - Sgt Riley-King 2286 - Silver, 800m Cpl Clarke 163 - Bronze, Long Jump - Cdt Hussain 492 - Bronze
Junior Men; Discuss - Cpl Hansen 1368 - Bronze, Long Jump - Cpl Oram 2030 - Bronze, Shot - Cpl Hansen 1368 - Silver
Junior Girls; Discuss - Cdt Cosgriff 163 - Bronze, High Jump - Cdt Hands 165 - Bronze, Shot - Cdt Snape 492DF - Bronze
Senior Girls; 100m - Cdt Taylor 492 - Gold, 200m - Cdt Taylor 492 - Gold, Javelin - Sgt Carey 2286 - Gold, Long Jump - Cdt Taylor 198 - Silver. 
Congratulations to Cdt Taylor and Sgt Carey who will go on to represent Central & East region on the 22nd June.Image attachment

Interested in radio communications? Over the last few years hundreds of cadets have earned their blue, bronze and silver radio communication badges at the National Aerospace Camp #2FTSCamp #AirCadets #NAC19 ... See MoreSee Less

Good evening all. Just to let you know that I've just sent details to all Sqn's about a uniform service information course which will be held at RAF Cosford over the weekend 14th/15th September. The course is open to those staff who may be looking at going into uniformed service with RAFAC. The course is also open to cadets aged 19.5 and who are looking to stop on past their 20th Birthdays. Names are to be added to the SMS activity. ... See MoreSee Less

Belated congratulations to Sqn Ldr's Mark Hulme and Chris Parry who were promoted to the rank on 3rd June by the regional commandant, Gp Capt Gorman. Both are very much well deserved promotions. ... See MoreSee Less

Belated congratulations to Sqn Ldrs Mark Hulme and Chris Parry who were  promoted to the rank on 3rd June by the regional commandant, Gp Capt Gorman. Both are very much well deserved promotions.

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Congratulations Mark

Well done Mark!

Well done both ๐Ÿค“

Congratulations Mark Hulme

Hi good evening all. Just to let you know that the warning order for the next MOI course on 6th July has just been sent to all Sqn's. Applications via SMS please. ... See MoreSee Less

Well done to Sgt Austin-King who took 2nd in 200m and Sgt Carey who came 1st in Javelin. Congratulations. ... See MoreSee Less

Good luck to all the cadets taking part in the regional athletics championships today. Bring back those medals and trophies!!! ... See MoreSee Less

The Sqn has a history of visiting Normandy and commemorating D-Day. With today being the 75th Anniversary of D-Day let's... ... See MoreSee Less

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Thankyou some great photography ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ