Introduction to 150 Squadron

150 (City of Oxford) SquadronWelcome to the web site of 150 (City of Oxford) Squadron Air Training Corps (ATC), the area’s largest and best equipped Cadet Unit. We are a large and friendly squadron run by a dedicated staff team.  Unlike some other youth organisations we have high standards and expect a lot from our cadets… we give a lot in return though… For more information take a look at our prospectus, fill in the joining form or pay us a visit.

Have you got what it takes?

If so we’ll see you on the parade square!

Air Training Corps Aims

ATC LogoWe run and active and demanding program of activities in accordance with the three core aims of the ATC:

  • To promote and encourage among young people a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force.
  • To provide training which will be useful in both the Services and civilian life.
  • To foster the spirit of adventure and develop qualities of leadership and good citizenship.

Royal International Air Tatoo Visit 09

V-Bomber-tastic yay go Vulcan.

While six of our cadets went to RIAT to work, some of us dropped in on the Sunday to watch and enjoy. (Ed.)

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 December 2009 00:32



Royal Opening of the new Thames Valley HQ

As one of the local squadrons, we were invited to provide a presence of staff and cadets for the Royal Opening of the new TA centre at Dalton Barracks which includes new accommodation for the Headquarters of Thames Valley Wing.  Representing the staff were an officer (Flt Lt Levett), a SNCO (WO Howells), a CI (Miss Bradley) and a service helper (Cpl Skelton).  Six cadets also went, led by Sgt Sula. (Ed.)

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 December 2009 00:29



Squadron visit by FS Barry Reynolds RAF

It is a common myth that only officers fly for a living.  It is also commonly felt that you must join the RAF either as a pilot officer or as an aircraftsman/woman (AC).  To dispel these misunderstandings, and to further our understanding of the RAF, we invited a SNCO aircrew to talk about his work.  We were delighted when Cpl Skelton managed to turn a chance meeting in Iraq into a firm offer to visit us.

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 December 2009 00:26



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