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132 Spitfire Air Cadet Squadron

Program for all young Canadians aged 12 to 18 who are interested in participating in a variety of fun, challenging and rewarding activities whose purpose is to develop in youth the attributes of leadership, engaged and active citizenship and physical fitness. The Squadron focuses academically on aviation, aerospace, principles of flight, propulsion, meteorology, etc. Extra-curricular activities include the opportunity for all cadets to experience glider familiarization flights, aviation themed trips, as well as the opportunity to receive a Glider Pilot Scholarship and/or Power Pilot Scholarship.

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Are you considering a career in Aerospace?
Are you considering a career in Aerospace?

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2018 Post-Secondary Scholarship Awards
2018 Post-Secondary Scholarship Awards

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Five Training Levels in Air Cadet Program
Five Training Levels in Air Cadet Program

Air Cadets are challenged to qualify to five training levels. Each level is...

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SQUADRON TRAINING LEVELS

132 Spitfire Squadron

Air Cadets are challenged to qualify to five training levels. Each level is normally completed in the ten-month training period from September to June. With the approval of the commanding officer, cadets 14 years of age and older may complete levels 1 and 2 in a single training year. Success in meeting the required standard is rewarded with the appropriate level qualification badge. In Level Four cadets learn to instruct so that when they reach Level Five, they are ready to teach other cadets. The chart below displays the training level structure of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets.

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Vital to Canada’s Society and Military

The Cadet program is one of the largest federally sponsored youth programs in Canada, with approximately 53,000 cadets across three branches similar to the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF): (a) Royal Canadian Air Cadets, (b) Royal Canadian Army Cadets, and (c) Royal Canadian Sea Cadets.

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