Number 3 Welsh Wing Help At Royal International Air Tattoo

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Royal Air Force Air Cadets from No.3 Welsh Wing ATC joined over 600 cadets from all over the country at R.A.F Fairford Gloucestershire for the Royal International Air Tattoo.  They helped out with everything from crew briefing rooms to running the RAF Air Cadets own recruitment stand.  Ten cadets from No.3 Welsh Wing, three of whom were from Kenfig Hill were chosen to assist in manning a climbing wall, V.I.P area and giving visitors the chance to try some flying by the way of flight simulators.

Instructor Staff Cadet Warrant Officer Nathan Cooper, from Kenfig Hill, who himself is a qualified aerospace instructor on flight simulators said that even though the days were long and tiring he found the experience overall rewarding as he met people from all over the world.

With over 230 aircraft participating each year, upwards of 130,000 visitors and support from the Royal Air Force and some of the world's leading aerospace companies, the Royal International Air Tattoo has been acknowledged as one of the UK's premier outdoor events for the whole family.

Add to this free entry for accompanied under-16s and free parking, it's clear that the Royal International Air Tattoo, held in support of the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust, offers unbeatable value for money.


Overview and Images kindly supplied by: Mrs Lindsay Thomas - Secretary 2117 (Kenfig Hill) Squadron

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