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On Thursday 29th October some of 2425 Squadrons newest cadets spent a day at RAF Cosford. The morning spent within the Royal Air Force Museum experiencing a 4D dogfight and seeing unique examples of aircraft, from a First World War Sopwith Pup through to the Harrier and prototypes of cutting edge British engineering.
The afternoon moved onto the Royal Air Force base where the cadet,s under the instruction two RAF Development Training Flight Instructors, were put through a series of exercises normally faced by adult members of the Royal Air Force. Testing their initiative, planning and trust in each other, the Cadets worked well as a team to meet the challenges and as can be seen had a great time.