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Air Force Cadets alumni established

written by australianaviation.com.au | December 19, 2011
Air Force Cadet Daniel Matthiesen with WGCDR Tim Slone.

The Australian Air Force Cadets National Council is encouraging former cadets and staff to register their interest in participating in an Australian Air Force Cadet Alumni Association.

If you would like to find out more or register your details, please go to the interim website www.aafc.org.au/alumni.

2011 marked the 70th anniversary of Australian Air Force Cadets, which was formed as the Air Training Corps (ATC) to provide a reservoir of recruits for the RAAF during WW2. Since then more than 40,000 staff and cadets have been involved in the Air Training Corps and Air Force Cadets.

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Air Force Cadets alumni established

written by australianaviation.com.au | December 19, 2011
Air Force Cadet Daniel Matthiesen with WGCDR Tim Slone.

The Australian Air Force Cadets National Council is encouraging former cadets and staff to register their interest in participating in an Australian Air Force Cadet Alumni Association.

If you would like to find out more or register your details, please go to the interim website www.aafc.org.au/alumni.

2011 marked the 70th anniversary of Australian Air Force Cadets, which was formed as the Air Training Corps (ATC) to provide a reservoir of recruits for the RAAF during WW2. Since then more than 40,000 staff and cadets have been involved in the Air Training Corps and Air Force Cadets.

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