Liam’s Recruitment Push for Air Cadets

Flight Sargent Liam Comrie of the 1145 (Dunfermline) Squadron recently met his local MSP to discuss ways of encouraging more young people to join the Air Cadets.
Liam, a pupil at St Columba’s High School, is playing an active role in the official Air Cadets recruitment drive commencing in March and is available to give short presentations at schools on what the organisation has to offer young people.
Anyone aged between 13 to 17 can also attend the squadron on parade evenings at MOD Caledonia Rosyth, on Mondays and Thursdays from 6:00 – 9.30 pm.
Mr Walker, SNP MSP for Dunfermline, said:
“Liam is hugely committed to the Air Cadets and has really taken the initiative to press forward with the recruitment drive.
“The aims of the Air Cadets are to promote interest in aviation and the RAF among young people, to provide transferable training that will aid young people in both the Service and in civilian life, and to encourage a spirit of adventure, leadership and good citizenship.
“The Air Cadets offer the chance to participate in activities and learn skills not available at school or college, all while gaining nationally recognised qualifications.”
Any schools who would like more information on Liam’s presentations can contact Dunfermline High School Rector, Brian Blanchflower, on 01383 602402.

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