AAFC: On duty at the Royal Adelaide Show

Posted on: Mon 3 Sep 2018

AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE CADETS    On duty at the 2018 Royal Adelaide Show

Flying Officer (AAFC) Paul Rosenzweig spoke with Service Voices about how the AAFC provides challenging opportunities for its cadets – whether through service in community commemorative events, opportunities for overseas representational duty, or by participating in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.

Paul is a retired military officer with service in the Philippines and East Timor/Timor Leste. Now he is a volunteer, currently serving as the Public Affairs Officer for the Australian Air Force Cadets in SA and Mildura. Paul tells us about some of the achievements 6 Wing cadets have had this year, leading up to their participation in this year’s Royal Adelaide Show.

Interviewer Helen Meyer

Main Photo:   Flying Officer (AAFC) Paul Rosenzweig OAM and CFSGT Casey Dibben receiving her Gold Award badge in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in a ceremony at the 608 Squadron depot.  Casey will receive her certificate in a formal ceremony at Government House Adelaide later in the year.     Image by Aircraftwoman (AAFC) Lisa Dibben



The keen cadets and staff of No 6 Wing, AAFC will again be providing an information and recruiting display at this year’s Royal Adelaide Show, answering questions and taking expressions of interest for squadron information nights coming up in November. This image shows some of the volunteers at the 2017 Show (left to right): Cadet Ethan O’Connor, Cadet Sergeant Yasmin Winterburn, Cadet Corporal Alex Barrott-Walsh and Cadet Jade Curwood. Image by Flying Officer (AAFC) Paul Rosenzweig

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