Wendy Andrews

Your chance for adventure and action in the air

LIFE can be full of ups and downs.

But with the Australian Air Force Cadets, the ups and downs are all exciting.

When you “hang around” with the Australian Air Force Cadets you can choose to soar great heights in a glider or abseil the depths of a ravine – the AAFC provides so many challenging experiences and opportunities.

If you are 13 to 16 years of age with a keen sense of adventure, have a desire to develop your leadership qualities and have an interest in aviation, you need to find out how you can become a member of 331 Squadron, Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC).

331 Squadron AAFC is holding four recruiting evenings for potential cadets and their parents during February at their squadron building, 66 Aviation Dr, Coffs Harbour.

As a member of

331 Squadron, you will participate in aviation activities, both powered

and gliding, abseiling,

caving and weekend bivouacs, plus have the opportunity to attend general service training camps and get up close

to a C130 and an FA18 and develop your leadership skills at promotion courses on operational RAAF Bases.

For details, call FLTLT (AAFC) Deborah Hoiles

on 0488 492 342.

For more information about the Australian Air Force Cadets, visit www.aafc.org.au