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310 (Widnes) Squadron

Air Cadets

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Air Cadets Uniform

Uniform is issued to cadets on a temporary basis: it belongs to the Royal Air Force throughout the time that you loan it, which is until you hand it back in at the end of your cadet career, or when you outgrow it.

 

It is of utmost importance to look after your uniform until it is handed in. Responsibility lies with the cadet, not their parents, to keep uniform in a clean and serviceable manner!

 

It is also good practice to learn how to iron and look after your kit yourself. If you get into the habit of getting parents, grandparents or anybody else to look after it for you, when you go away on activities, you will find that you cannot look after your own kit, and so will score very low on inspections.

•Beret

•Brassard

•Blue belt

•RAF blue jumper

•RAF blue trousers / skirt

•Parade shoes*

•Black socks* / nearly black tights*

•Wedgwood shirt and tie (Windsor knot)

•Beret

•Brassard

•Blue belt

•RAF blue jumper

•RAF blue trousers / skirt

•Parade shoes*

•Black socks* / nearly black tights*

•Dark blue shirt

•Beret

•Olive green (OG) t-shirt*

•MTP or DPM shirt†

•MTP or DPM trousers†

•Olive green belt†

•Thick black / olive green socks*

•Black assault boots (Brown for MTP)*

•MTP or DPM smock†...

Notes:

 

MTP is the newer style pattern for No 3 uniform; it is likely that DPM will be phased out in the near future.

 

* Must be bought privately.

 

† May need to be bought privately.

Uniform care guide