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184 Training Weekend Success!

posted 7 Jul 2011, 06:48 by Joseph McCrudden   [ updated 7 Jul 2011, 15:23 ]

Cadets from 184 (Manchester South) Squadron has recently attended and successfully shown their exceptional standards to their respective courses. They were based at Nescliff Army Training Camp from the 17th – 19th June 2011.

There were twenty two cadets who completed the ‘Drill Course’ five of whom from 184 Squadron completed the course. Cadet’s McCrudden, Lukham, Puri , Southern and Johnson has improved  immensely to a standard far better they have had before. They thoroughly enjoyed the drill sergeant’s voice commands through the weekend and uniform standards raised.

Cadet Mak, Khawaja and Jenkins completed the Initial Cadets Training Course (ICTC) with positive remarks from the Duty Staff. Cadet Warrant Office (CWO) Sophie Roberts said that this last course she has ran as she ages out July 2011, has been the best she has ran out of the almost 2 years she has served as CWO. To continue this outstanding course recommended for new cadets as their first camp, there are arrangements for Flight Sergeant Joseph McCrudden after running and liaising the ICTC with CWO Roberts will be willing to complete requirements to take over the course as Duty Staff.

For those who have intentions of moving up the rank Corporal Dukali, Merriman and Kutryk has completed their Junior Non-Commissioned Officers Course with new knowledge ready to be put into practice to make a change of improvement to 184 Squadron.

Warrant Officer Barrows said at the end of the course de-brief that “there has been numerous occasions of positive feedback, keep up the good work”.

Overall these courses are essentials for each cadet as uniformity and standardisation is being achieved by the Wing Warrant Officer of East Cheshire South Manchester Wing (W.O. K O’Brien)

(17-19th June 2011)