SHEPTON MALLET AIR CADETS LEARN NEW SKILLS.
Air Cadets at 1182 (Shepton Mallet) Squadron have been learning about basic photography during a recent visit to their squadron from Devon & Somerset Wings’ Media Communications Officer Squadron Leader Dave Rolfe.
The cadets were issued with cameras and following a briefing they took part in a photographic exercise in and around the squadron HQ. A number of photographic tasks were set for the cadets to complete all within a limited time.
Squadron Leader Dave Rolfe said “ I hope tonight’s training
will encourage the cadets to develop a practical interest in photography which will help them to achieve good results in cadet photographic competitions which are run annually at Wing, Region and Corps level. It is also a good skill to for those cadets taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.”
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