Cadet Entry (in Year 8 at School and 12 years of age up to 17 years of age).
The Air Training Corps has a open recruitment policy. The Squadron welcomes young people from all nationalities, backgrounds and abilities.
Phone: 01394 384721
Parade: Wed 1900-2130
Wing Cross Country 2016
Cadets from 432 Woodbridge Sqn ATC took part in the Norfolk and Suffolk Wings Cross Country competition today held at RAF Barnham.
Kayaking on the Deben
Cadets from 432 Woodbridge Squadron enjoyed an afternoon in kayaks on the River Deben
There are lot's of opportunities for all young people between 12 and 20
(in Year 8 at School and 12 years of age up to 17 years of age at time of joining)
Have a look at what the Air Cadets get up to at Woodbridge and find out how you can join in the adventure...?
The Drill Hall, Quayside, Woodbridge, Suffolk.
432 (Woodbridge) Squadron is a long established unit which has shared close bonds with the town of Woodbridge for many years. The cadets are drawn from the local area and share the proud traditions that make 432 Squadron the cadet unit of Woodbridge. The Drill Hall is shared with the Army Cadet Force which boasts a drill hall, three Flight classrooms, two offices, a live range and a mess room. Our Squadron strength is sufficient for three Flights, A, B & C, which Air Cadets are allocated to once they have passed out of the Basic Training Flight! Like our motto, "SWIFT & SURE", the unit takes advantage of the many opportunities on offer within the Corps, proving the cadets enthusiasm, commitment and confidence. These qualities are embodied in our mascot, the Cougar.
The Squadron meets every Wednesday evening between 7.00pm and 9.30pm. During these 'Parade Nights' there is a set training programme scheduled by the Squadron Training Officer. Normally when the evenings are cold and the sun sets earlier the emphasis is on the Air Cadet Syllabus and the Squadron Instructors will train Cadets in aviation related subjects to gain progressive stages of classification.
When it is warmer and lighter outside more practical training takes places, including sports and organising the Cadets Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme training. The Squadron also meets on selected Friday evenings to take part in additional training. Weekend training and exercises are common at 432 (Woodbridge) Squadron, so there is every possibility of a weekend 'in the field'!
Officer Commanding: Flight Lieutenant John Kay, RAFVR(T)