Training We Offer

Air Cadets receive training in flying and gliding, survival skills, physical fitness, public speaking, citizenship, and precision drill. The majority of cadet training takes place at the local squadron during the regular school year, with a percentage of cadets selected for summer training courses at various cadet summer training centres located across Canada. 395 Squadron has a long and proud history since formation in 1946 of developing in youth the attributes of good citizenship and leadership; promoting physical fitness; and stimulating the interest of youth in the sea, land, and air activities of the Canadian Forces.

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Attend Summer Camp For Free

Courses offered at Air Cadet summer camps include training in leadership, flying, fitness and sports, survival, military band, pipe band, aerospace, aviation technology, and marksmanship. The courses offered include familiarization, basic, advanced, and national summer training courses.

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Soar To New Heights

The Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a Canadian national youth program for young individuals aged 12 to 19 whose purpose is to focus on citizenship, leadership, physical fitness, general aviation and stimulating an interest in the activities of the Canadian Forces.

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Make Friends

Uniforms are provided at no charge. Cadets are responsible for care, cleaning and custody of the issued kit and also to return it when ceasing to be a cadet.

The majority of cadet training takes place at the local squadron during the regular school year, with a percentage of cadets selected for summer training courses at various cadet summer training centres located across Canada.


WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS

15 October 2019