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List of Air Training Corps squadrons

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Air Training Corps (ATC) is a cadet organisation based in the United Kingdom. It is a voluntary youth group which is part of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. The ATC is largely composed of individual units known as squadrons. These squadrons are organised into several different Wings, which in turn are organised into six different Regions. Together the Regions make up the Corps.

Headquarters Air Cadets (HQAC) is located at Royal Air Force College Cranwell, Lincolnshire and headed by Commandant Air Cadets Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty.

Founder Squadrons and Detached Flights

The first 50 squadrons formed have their squadron numbers followed by an F to show they are "founder" squadrons (e.g. No 45F(Worthing) Squadron). Only 30 are still in existence, as the other 20 have disbanded over time. Founder Squadrons that have reformed after being disbanded do not retain the F status.

In towns not large enough to sustain a squadron of 30 cadets, or as a supplement to an existing squadron in a larger town or city, a Detached Flight may be formed. This operates much like any other unit, but is technically a component part of a nearby larger squadron. There are currently approximately 48 Detached Flights, denoted by the letters "DF" after a squadron number.

Central & East Region

Region HQ RAF Wyton

Bedfordshire & Cambridgeshire Wing

Wing HQ RAF Wyton

Hertfordshire & Buckinghamshire Wing

Wing HQ RAF Halton

Norfolk & Suffolk Wing

Wing HQ Norwich

South & East Midlands Wing

Wing HQ RAF Wittering

Trent Wing

Wing HQ RAF Digby

Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing

Wing HQ Coventry (Army Reserve Centre Canley)

London & South East Region

Region HQ RAF Northolt

Essex Wing

Wing HQ RFCA Chelmsford

Kent Wing

Wing HQ Maidstone

London Wing

Wing HQ Victoria

Middlesex Wing

Wing HQ RAF Northolt

Surrey Wing

Wing HQ Wimbledon

Sussex Wing

Wing HQ Seaford

North Region

Region HQ RAF Leeming

Central & East Yorkshire Wing

Wing HQ RAF Linton-on-Ouse

Cumbria & Lancashire Wing

Formerly Cumbria and North Lancashire Wing, merged with East Lancashire Wing in 2011
Wing HQ Inskip

Durham & Northumberland Wing

Wing HQ Knightsbridge, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne

Greater Manchester Wing

Wing HQ University Barracks Manchester

South & West Yorkshire Wing

Wing HQ Castleford

South West Region

Region HQ Devizes

Bristol & Gloucestershire Wing

Wing HQ RAF Quedgeley

Devon & Somerset Wing

Wing HQ Wyvern Barracks

Dorset & Wiltshire Wing

Wing HQ MoD Boscombe Down

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wing

Wing HQ Newburgh House, Winchester
  • 413 (Aldershot)
  • 424 (Southampton)
  • 443 (Basingstoke)
  • 457 (Farnborough)
  • 613 (Alton)
  • 1024 (Isle of Wight)
  • 1098 (Gosport)
  • 1105 (City of Winchester)
  • 1189 (Portsmouth)
  • 1213 (Andover)
  • 1216 (Eastleigh)
  • 1308 (New Forest)
  • 1350 (Fareham & District)
  • 1391 (Romsey)
  • 1827 (Odiham)
  • 1927 (Petersfield)
  • 2260 (Waterlooville)
  • 2327 (Havant)
  • 2407 (Yateley & Eversley)
  • 2412 (Bordon)
  • 2428 (Hedge End)
  • 2495 (Hythe)
  • 2498 (Totton)
  • 2515 (Ringwood & Fordingbridge)

Plymouth & Cornwall Wing

Wing HQ RAF St Mawgan

Thames Valley Wing

Wing HQ Edward Brooks Barracks
  • 136 (Chipping Norton)
  • 150 (City of Oxford)
  • 153 (Slough)
  • 155 (Maidenhead)
  • 211 (Newbury)
  • 381 (Reading)
  • 447 (Henley)
  • 459 (Windsor)
  • 594 (Thame)
  • 966 (Wallingford)
  • 1116 (Woodley)
  • 1315 (Kidlington)
  • 1460 (Banbury) (formerly 25F)
  • 1861 (Wantage)
  • 1866 (Hungerford)
  • 1996 (Earley)
  • 2120 (Witney)
  • 2121 (Abingdon)
  • 2210 (Cowley)
  • 2211 (Bracknell)
  • 2267 (Brize Norton)
  • 2402 (Burghfield)
  • 2403 (Aldermaston)
  • 2410 (Didcot)
  • 2424 (Langley)
  • 2477 (Britwell)
  • 2499 (Wokingham)
  • 2507 (Bicester)

Wales & West Region

Region HQ RAF Cosford

Staffordshire Wing

Wing HQ RAF Cosford

Merseyside Wing

Wing HQ RAF Woodvale

West Mercian Wing

Wing HQ RAF Cosford

Number 1 Welsh Wing

Wing HQ Maindy Barracks, Cardiff

Number 2 Welsh Wing

Wing HQ Queensferry TA Centre

Number 3 Welsh Wing

Wing HQ The Grange, Swansea

Scotland & Northern Ireland Region

Region HQ Leuchars Station

Highland Wing

Wing HQ RAF Lossiemouth, Moray

North East Scotland Wing

Wing HQ RAF Lossiemouth, Moray

South East Scotland Wing

Wing HQ Leuchars Station

West Scotland & Northern Ireland Wing

Wing HQ Paisley Cadet Centre
West Scottish Squadrons
Northern Irish Squadrons

See also

References

External links

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