LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

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LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Dave Eds » Fri 31.03.2017, 12:34

Picking up on Chipp's Honington thread, I thought it would be a good idea to have a dedicated airman thread. So who else have we got?


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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Steve A » Fri 31.03.2017, 14:10

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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Rambo » Fri 31.03.2017, 20:10

Sounds like JossElan was based at RAF Honington and has now been posted to a different airbase ?? I'll leave him to confirm this
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Dave Eds » Fri 31.03.2017, 22:27

Rambo wrote:Sounds like JossElan was based at RAF Honington and has now been posted to a different airbase ?? I'll leave him to confirm this



My thoughts entirely :-D
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby DaveT » Sat 01.04.2017, 09:46

Steve A wrote:LEC crew with RAF history -

Sy V
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DaveT
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LEC crew with Air Cadet history

DaveT
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 01.04.2017, 12:21

You were in the cadets twice DaveT? :-D
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby DaveT » Sat 01.04.2017, 13:03

GeoffSmith wrote:You were in the cadets twice DaveT? :-D


oops! Missed that one.

But actually yes

as a cadet

then few yrs later as AWO. CI.
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Rambo » Sat 01.04.2017, 16:25

GeoffSmith wrote:You were in the cadets twice DaveT? :-D


Nah, 3 times, You forgot the space cadets Geoff :lol:
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby roy666 » Sun 02.04.2017, 20:02

Some of us our still in.. and i was neither a cadet or a space cadet Although now we actually have space cadets as an engineering branch!
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby ashm » Wed 19.04.2017, 19:20

LEC crew with RAF history -

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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby JossElan » Thu 22.06.2017, 20:10

ashm wrote:LEC crew with RAF history -

Sy V
Nige
Specky
Candles
DaveT
Specky
Arron ( TSWcowboy)
JossElan (now at RAF High Wycombe)

LEC crew with Air Cadet history

DaveT
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Arron ( TSWcowboy)


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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby G UK » Tue 08.08.2017, 22:24

Does making stuff for them count?
Or doing stuff like the attached?
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Bolsom » Mon 02.10.2017, 13:01

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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby petezipp » Fri 29.12.2017, 00:31

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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby epipete » Sat 30.12.2017, 08:58

Sitting here at Brize, can any of you old timers exert some influence to improve the experience, there is real evidence of Government Austerity drive biting here, and whilst your setting influence if you can find a way of flying my Lotus back to Marchwood idc that'd be even better :)
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Rambo » Sat 30.12.2017, 13:26

I think those lists should be hierarchical in terms of RAF ranking :twisted:

Spud, get it sorted old boy :twisted:
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby petezipp » Sun 02.09.2018, 14:07

Not many posts on this one ..... Try this
On holiday went to Canaevon Airport ( yes its still there ) and what have they got there.
A T31 Glider and a Link Trainer gosh that takes me back.
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby sideways » Sun 02.09.2018, 19:08

I gave the RAF the best years of my life...correction the RAF gave me the best (9) years of my life so you can stick me on that list right at the top since I was an SAC when I left (Supreme Allied Commander if I remember correctly).

Or was that Senior Aircraftsman, it was a long time ago :D
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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby Saltire » Sun 02.09.2018, 20:30

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Re: LEC and the RAF including Air Cadets

Postby sideways » Sun 02.09.2018, 21:44

epipete wrote:Sitting here at Brize, can any of you old timers exert some influence to improve the experience, there is real evidence of Government Austerity drive biting here, and whilst your setting influence if you can find a way of flying my Lotus back to Marchwood idc that'd be even better :)


Sorry, but the whole 'experience' went downhill when I left - could be coincidence but...

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