Welcome to the website of 29F (Rugby) Air Cadets Squadron...

29F Squadron are one of the 50 founder squadrons for the Air Training Corps. The squadron is based in Rugby, Warwickshire and we participate in many of the iconic Air Cadets activities but also things around the Rugby Area. Please take time to look through our website and feel free to contact us via any of the methods shown.

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Who we are...

Are you up for fun, adventure, incredible experiences and making new friends? Are you looking for something to give you the edge in life? Then welcome to the Air Cadet Organisation (ACO). Better known as the 'Air Cadets', we’re a UK-wide cadet force with more than 60,000 members aged between 12 (School Year 8) and 20 years.


We're sponsored by the Royal Air Force and can give you hands-on experience of activities and courses that will challenge and develop your skills to help you succeed in whatever you want to do.the

The Three aims of the ATC are:

- to promote and encourage a practical interest in the RAF and Aviation

- to provide training that will be useful in both military and civillian lifestyle.

- to further the spirit of adventure and develop the qualities of good leadership and good citizenship.

And there's one more important thing - it's a lot of fun!



As a cadet you'll have the opportunity to do things that others only dream about. Want real flight experience? No problem. How about heading out on adventurous training and camps, sometimes overseas? Normal for cadets. Competitive sports, drill, shooting, music, abseiling, engineering projects? Our list of activities is long, varied and open to all cadets. Yes it's a challenge, but that's what life's all about.


We are not a recruiting organisation for the RAF but if you're thinking about a Service career, cadet membership will put you ahead of the competition. Many cadets go on to great success in the RAF (and the other Services). Around 40% of officers and 50% of all aircrew (including pilots, navigators and engineers) in the RAF now are ex-cadets. Research shows that they do better in basic training and stay in the Service longer than their colleagues. Likewise, if you chose a civilian career our research proves you can go on the great things…employers just love the skills and experience that air cadets offer.

Let's face it - where else would you be given the opportunity to fly solo in a glider or powered aircraft when you're 17? Whatever you do with your life, at the end of your time as a cadet you'll be self-motivated, confident and ready for anything


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