2175 (Rolls-Royce) Squadron

Air Training Corps

 

Camps


The ATC runs many week long camps for Air cadets at RAF stations across the country. These usually run during the Easter and Summer holidays and cost around 45, which includes food and board. The camps run activities such as

Flying

Gliding

Shooting

Leadership Exercises

Section Visits

Sports

Drill Competitions

Hill walks

Quizzes

Ten-pin bowling

Local history visits

Night Exercises

Theme park trips

Swimming

Work Experience

In addition to this, overseas camps to RAF Akrotri in Cyprus and Rheindalen and Ramstein in Germany run every year.


RAF Bruggen (station now closed) camp photo.


 Gibraltar harbour, taken on camp in 1998.

Llanbedr and Windermere

Week long adventure training courses are held at Llanbedr in Wales and Windermere in the Lake District each year. Activities include: 

Rock Climbing

Abseiling

Gorge walking

Mountain biking

Caving

Hill walking

Canoeing

Campcraft

Orienteering

Garelochhead

At squadron level we organize weekend training camps at Garelochhead, a training base next to H.M. Naval Base Clyde. Here we organize activities such as hill walking, night exercises etc. The cost for these camps is approximately 10. Again, this covers activities, food and board.

International Air Cadet Exchange (IACE)

The IACE program exchanges air cadets from Europe, Asia, Australia, USA and Canada.

Flying

Gliding

Shooting

Sports

Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Camps

Courses

IACE

Adventure Training

Drill

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