tonight cadets continued their projects and classification training. Cadets were checking equipment in the robotics projects (left); Cdt Talbot working on sqn newsletter; Cdt Godsell completing his senior examinations (left-centre); The Aeromodelling Cadets were working on their Dambusters model (right-centre); Cdt Fagan prepared for the Inverness Pipes & Drums Camp this coming week (right).
Another two cadets that will not be at the squadron next week will be FS Pulham and Cpl Kenney who are attending the RAF Akrotiri Easter camp in Cyprus.
Cadets at 1145 have recently invested in RAF Stable Belts which will make both blues and greens uniform look smarter.
"Cpl" Godsell & Allan
Tonight all cadets and staff took part in the charity rank auction where we were all bidding to be other's ranks in the squadron. Cadets became Adult NCO's, The Boss becoming CWO Kyle and Recruit Talbot became the squadron OC along with many demotions. An interesting was a male Cpl being promoted to Female Sgt ATC... The night went on with different activities which the new appointments being enforced with ex-Sgt "Cdt" Mitchell being disciplined with isolation, cadets and staff doing normal JNCO duties and there was also a raffle held to raise more money won by ex-Cpl "Cdt" Matthews.
THE TOTAL MONEY RAISED BY 1145 FOR COMIC RELIEF WAS OVER £120 !!!!
Tonight Cdt Allan was awarded with her NICAS level 1 for rock climbing at the EICA Ratho, Edinburgh and her Heart Start award for first aid. She recieved this along with CWO Comrie, Cpl Kenney, Cdt Colliar, Cdt Talbot and Cdt Maxwell. The last award given was Marksmanships and on target was Cpl Kenney who obtained the wing level award and a very special well done to Cpl Matthews who obtained the regional award.
Congratulations to Cpl Curtis Matthews and Cdt Alex Bailey who, today, both obtained their Wing Blues for Junior Rugby. The event was held in Livingston along with the Inter-Wing Netball Competition. Unfortunately the lads came 4th in the region but on the positive the netball girls came first and both 1145 cadets have maid it through to regional
Eyes front boys!
This weeks rugby some "half time entertainment" seemed to be distracting the cadets
1145 (Dunfermline) Squadron have established a new link with Forth Pilgrim on a History Detectives project "Unearthing Dunfermline's 'lost' WWII Defences"
here are pictures of their first local event at Pittencrieff Park.
Tonight CWO L Comrie, FS J Pulham and Sgt (ATC) D Gresty were given their official certificate of appointment from the Sqn OC.
1145 Smashes into the SESCOT team with 3 cadets getting though to the squad! Congratulations to Cpl Matthews, Cdt Cain and Cdt Bailey who successfully made it through to the Wing Rugby Team at RAF Leuchars today. They will proudly take part in the inter-wing competition and hopefully have the opportunity to represent the S&NI Region.