The RAF Air Cadets
The RAF Air Cadets is made up of the air minded, MOD sponsored Cadet forces and its headquarters is within 22 Group of the Royal Air Force.
The RAF Air Cadets is comprised of the:
Air Training Corps
Combined Cadet Corps (CCF) (RAF Section)
The Air Training Corps
The Air Training Corps [pronounced “core”] is a volunteer youth organisation and part of the RAF Air Cadets and its aims are to:
Promote and encourage a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force among young people.
Provide training which will be useful in the Services and civilian life.
Encourage the spirit of adventure and develop qualities of leadership and good citizenship.
2030 (Birmingham Airport) Squadron
2030 (Birmingham Airport) Squadron is one of the many Air Training Corps/RAF Air Cadet Squadrons and has its own identity and history. It is run purely by volunteers who give up their time to deliver the aims of the ATC. Our parade times are twice weekly on:
Monday and Wednesday evenings between 7pm and 9:30pm
The Squadron delivers the ATC aims in its own way depending on the Squadrons’ interests and the qualifications of the staff.
The Squadron, along with around 20 others are a part of Warwickshire and Birmingham wing. For more on how we fit into the larger structure of the Air Cadets see our hierarchy page.