The Royal Air Force Cadets officer, Called Commandant Air Cadets, expressed their gratitude and pleasure at the superb evening yesterday, Monday, July 17, 2023, at the RAFC Cranwell, dining with the Volunteers and Air Cadets from various countries, participating in the International Air Cadet Exchange.
As per the Update, The Commandants Air Cadets and Volunteers from Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, USA and the UK joined at the RAFC Cranwell yesterday.
The RAFC Cranwell is the Royal Air Force Cadets Station in the United Kingdom, near the Cranwell Village. It recruits and trains new officers and cadets and the Air Crew Staff. The RAFC Cranwell works with the integral motto of Altium Altrix, meaning ‘Nurture the Highest’.
While expressing their pleasure, the RAFC Cranwell, on their official social media handle, added, “Superb evening at RAFC Cranwell dining with Air Cadets and volunteers from Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, USA and the UK, all of whom are participating in the International Air Cadet Exchange.”
They also shared some glimpses from yesterday’s dining with all the cadets and the RAF Volunteers who have consistently worked hard to build solid and integrated Armed Forces.
As per the reports, There is a reciprocal arrangement, with 75 Royal Air Force Air Cadets enjoying similar trips to the same countries.
This excellent programme gives Air Cadets unique opportunities to learn about other countries and cultures, see inside different Air Forces, and share their experiences with like-minded young people from around the world. For many, these exchanges can be life-changing.
At last, while expressing their pleasure and gratitude to all the Volunteers and Cadets, the RAFC Cranwell thanked the global network of staff and volunteers for joining the dining and making this happen.