Joining 321 Squadron


321SQN will conduct its next recruit intake in February 2020. Please contact the squadron on 0432 132 104 to register your interest.

Would you like to join?

321 Squadron conducts two recruit intakes each year, usually in February and July. Occasionally, the squadron will conduct another recruit intake in April/May. If you are interested in becoming a cadet at 321 Squadron, please contact the squadron staff by telephoning 0432 132 104, or apply on-line using the AAFC Expression of Interest (EOI).

Being an cadet at 321 Squadron requires personal commitment. There are regular meetings (parades) on Wednesday evenings during the school term. Added to this there will be a full programme of weekend activities and events. Further to these there are courses and camps, often held at RAAF bases, which you can attend during the school holidays. You will discover more about the wide variety of activities and challenges on offer by exploring this site.

General information

To be eligible to join the Australian Air Force Cadets, you must meet the following criteria:

  • aged between 13 and 18 (you can join in the year you turn 13);
  • have your parent’s or guardian’s permission to enrol;
  • be a person ordinarily resident in Australia;
  • be sufficiently fit and capable of carrying out the normal duties and activities of a cadet in the AAFC;
  • not be a member of either the Australian Navy Cadets (ANC), Australian Army Cadets (AAC) or the Australian Defence Force (permanent or reserve);
  • must make a commitment to abide by the Cadet Code of Conduct; and,
  • you must also be willing to make a commitment to regularly attend Squadron parades and activities.
  • 321 Squadron parades every Wednesday during school terms, from 1800h to 2130h. Squadron activities are supervised by AAFC adult staff and senior cadets.

    Please browse the site for information about joining 321 Squadron. If the information you find isn't enough please do not hesitate to contact us.

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