303 Squadron (City of Camden)

Committed to Excellence

Welcome to the 303 Squadron web site. This web site provides information and details specific to members of 303 Squadron, Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC).

If you find anything wrong with the website, need help or have a suggestion feel free to contact the Webmaster, 303 SQN

Whats on next!

Notes and Messages:
Nominate for all the compulsory activities on C1 now (three in Term 4 - nominate today!).

Dining-in on Friday 28th September is the next compulsory activity and the last night of cadets for this Term. If you haven't already paid, then you are overdue and it is too late for you to attend. Please remember that it is a compulsory activity and there is no refund for a no show.
After this event it is the school holidays so we will see you back on Friday 19th October 2018 at 1845hrs.

For those of you that have nominated for dining-in, well done. You also need to have paid your Subs (if due) or you won't be insured at the activity. So if you received the invoice from the Admino in August, the only way we can let you attend the Dining-in is if you have also paid your fees. You can pay via direct debit this weekend, so before Monday 24th September; contact the admino on admino.303sqn@airforcecadets.gov.au for the banking details OR check the invoice that has these details that was sent with the email advising you that your fees were due 1st September 2018.

What's On: Dining-in - formal night based upon RAAF procedures. A fun and social night with RAAF traditions and a catered dinner. Recruits will be staying home on this occasion but will be joining us next year.

Arrival Time: Friday 28th September = check your JOINING INSTRUCTION for this event - no-one will be at CAMFAC.

Uniform: SD

Dismissal: Friday 28th September, 10:00pm

Clean Up Duty: n/a

To see the list of compulsory activities for 2018 click there to download PDF -->Compulsory Activities 2018



Safety for you is our number one priority! - It is important to know that the uniform you wear to cadets is also the same uniform that the ADF wears. In public your uniform is not only representing the AAFC but also the Defence Force and their personnel. For safety reasons we ask you not to wear your issued uniform in public by yourself.

If you are travelling to and from CAMFAC without calling into a public place on the way, then you should wear uniform to and from CAMFAC as you are in a car, however if you are riding to and from CAMFAC on a motorcycle you should also change into civilian clothing.

If you plan on calling into a public venue, like McDonald's etc on the way TO or FROM CAMFAC, then you are required to get changed at CAMFAC at the beginning of parade or after parade into civilian clothing.

Submit a Leave Form

Please apply for leave here.

Please nominate for the Cadet of the Year Award here.

Alternative Cadet of the year link here

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