Members of Number 1 Welsh Wing Royal Air Force Air Cadets (RAFAC) have kicked off the summer sports calendar with their inter-squadron athletics competition at Cardiff’s Leckwith stadium.
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A World War Two Lancaster bomber roared over Cardiff City Hall last night in memory of the 75th anniversary of the Dambuster raid and to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force (RAF).
Reservists from 203 (Welsh) Field Hospital have recently returned from a five day annual camp based at Capel Curig training camp in the heart of the mountains of Snowdonia.
A teenage cadet from Llanelli has received royal recognition of her achievements.
Everyman Theatre will be performing Girlfriends, a musical written by Howard Goodall, Richard Curtis and John Retallack from 15-19 May 2018 at Chapter Arts Centre.
Over 60 people from across the North Wales recently gathered to network at the Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association’s (RFCA) Forum.
A Royal Air Force (RAF) Air Cadet has become the first from 2478 (Abergavenny) Squadron to complete the challenging Cadet Qualified Aerospace Instructor’s course.
The first Royal Navy Combined Cadet Force (CCF) unit in Wales celebrated its formal launch with a commissioning ceremony and received Royal support.
The Royal Air Force (RAF) Ensign was hoisted at Cardiff Castle today highlighting the RAF National Aircraft Tour which arrives in the capital in four weeks’ time.
Last weekend, over 150 young people gathered in Wales to tackle one of the most intense experiences available to Cadets.