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450 (Kenley) Squadron Air Cadets

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450 (Kenley) Squadron RAF Air Cadets offer opportunities to youths aged 13 to 20, in an environment that respects equality and diversity fostering leadership and good citizenship, founded on commitment and self-discipline.

450 Squadron is an active and successful Air Cadet Squadron based at the former Battle of Britain Spitfire and Hurricane base, RAF Kenley, in Surrey.

There has been an Air Cadet Squadron serving the Kenley area since March 1941, only a month after the formation of the ATC. Initially the Squadron was based in Caterham and then in Whyteleafe, before moving to RAF Kenley in 1946.

The most popular activities are Flying, Gliding, Shooting, Adventure Training, Camping, Fieldcraft, Sports, Drill, Projects, Band, the Duke of Edinburgh Award, First Aid, Leadership Training and Initiative Exercises. This list is just a few of the things that cadets do.

450 Squadron takes part in Surrey Wing organised inter-Squadron yearly sports competitions which are 5 a side football, Athletics, Swimming and Cross Country. We are usually also involved in rugby, football, hockey and netball competitions.

Charity No: XR66982 (IR)

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