No 2 Wing AAFC get wet and wild at ADFA

Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney recently.

Here are some photos from an obstacle-course session on a cold rainy day at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

Photos by LACW Katharine Pearson

Australian Air Force Cadets Liam Cash tackles an obstacle during battle PT in the Canberra cold and rain at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Liam Cash
Australian Air Force Cadet Sam Venturi gets a taste of battle PT in the Canberra cold and rain at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Sam Venturi
Australian Air Force Cadet Josh Hillwebber leopard crawls during battle PT in the Canberra cold and rain at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Josh Hillwebber
Australian Air Force Cadet Shannon Stephens running to the next obstacle during battle PT at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Shannon Stephens
Australian Air Force Cadets Alleha Read and Monique Bolton run to the next obstacle during battle PT in the Canberra cold and rain at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Alleha Read and Monique Bolton
Australian Air Force Cadets Alleha Read running to the next obstacle during battle PT in the Canberra cold and rain at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Alleha Read
Australian Air Force Cadets Kyle Storeywood flipping a tyre during battle PT in the Canberra cold and rain at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Kyle Storey
Australian Air Force Cadets Lachlan Bulmer tackles an obstacle during battle PT in the Canberra cold and rain at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Lachlan Bulmer

 

Australian Air Force Cadet Elliot Carey running to the next obstacle during battle PT at the Australian Defence Force Academy. *** Local Caption *** Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) from No 2 Wing commemorated the 75th anniversary of the AAFCs with a tour of military establishments and museums/memorials in Williamtown, Canberra and Sydney. The Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) is a youth oriented organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC teaches you valuable life skills and will help you develop qualities including leadership, self reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Their fundamental aim is to foster qualities that will enable cadets to become responsible young adults, who will make a valuable contribution to the community. Please note the following distinction: Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), along with Australian Navy Cadets and Australian Army Cadets are members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Cadets. ADF Cadets are participants in the youth development program conducted by the three services in cooperation with the community but they are not members of the ADF. Officer Cadets (Air Force) and Staff Cadets (Army) are trainee officers undertaking instruction at the Australian Defence Force Academy or the Air Force Officers' Training School or Royal Military College Duntroon, The terms 'ADF Cadets', 'Officer Cadets' and 'Staff Cadets' are not interchangeable. Trainee naval officers are not cadets; they are commissioned officers with the rank of Midshipman.
Elliot Carey

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