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The Latest 311 Squadron News.

Guest Information

Recruiting
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Contact Us
Call 0408 110 416 between the hours of 1830 & 2100 hours on any Thursday night of a school week

Leave Procedures
Leave can be submitted via Email. All leave is to be handed in prior to your absence. Please refer to 311SQN Leave Standard Operating Procedures.

Welcome Back to 311SQN for 2019

Welcome back to 311 (City of Gosford) Squadron for 2019.

Squadron weekly parades will commence this Thursday, the 31st of January, Dress is DPU.
The first revision of the Squadron Organisational Chart is available on the Resource page.

Flight time is scheduled for first period, and will commence from the start of the night with 11 Flight will be located in the drill hall, with 16A flight in the HQ training rooms.

See you all Thursday!

We are Recruiting!

We are running Recruit information sessions for our first 2018 Recruit Intake:
When: Thursday the 1st and 8th of February
Time: 730:pm
Where:Erina Army Depot, Central Coast highway, Erina

New Training Program + TR66 PCF

Parental Consent Form - Version 2016

Training Program Term 4 - Version 4.2

Update to Forum

This post concerns all cadets - Instructors should read in detail.

The forums have now been updated, having different walls for each course, as opposed to each stage. This was done as some courses undertake different stage subjects - requiring them to view two different forum walls. All instructors are to now upload lessons and resources to the Course walls rather than stage walls. Stages will remain in the forum to preserve any lessons and resources that have been uploaded in the past.

Forum Link:
http://311sqn.aafc.org.au/forum

Cadet, JNCO & SNCO Of The Term - Term 1 & 2 2016

The certificate system has been brought back, with awards going to the most outstanding Cadet (CDT/LCDT), JNCO (CCPL) & SNCO (CSGT/CFSGT) for each term. These certificates are awarded based upon performance throughout the term, contribution to the Squadron & attendance at activities, both on a Squadron & Wing level.

TERM 1 2016
Cadet of the Term: LCDT Tayla Starr
JNCO of the Term: CCPL (Now CSGT) Lucas Matthews
SNCO of the Term: CFSGT Monique Hull

TERM 2 2016
Cadet of the Term: LCDT (Now CCPL) Lyam Drummon
JNCO of the Term: CCPL (Now CSGT) Luke Clarkson

Quick Links & Priority News

Organisational Chart- Term 3
Training Program- Term 3
Parental Consent Form - Version 4.4
MoGT by Stage
September Uniform - SD Short Sleeve all month.

Squadron Emergency Managment Plan (EMP)

The following is the 2016 Version of the Squadron EMP - It is recommended all members, especially NCO's, review this document so they have a clear idea of the measurements in place in the event of an emergency.

The following can be found in the RESOURCES section of the left sidebar:
Emergency Management Plan (EMP)

Topics covered include but are not limited to:
- Aim
- Scope
- Emergency Control Point
- Evacuation assembly area
- Deputy Chief Warden responsibilities

Adventure training award reboot 2016

"3 Wing will conduct an Adventure Training Award Exercise (Titans Rise)
during the period 24 Sep - 01 Oct 16. C1 activity number is 36271 -
nominations close on 5 Aug 16.

A Pre-Selection Instruction is attached to this e-mail.

The ATA is a prestigious and challenging award, and is the highest
acknowledgement of individual Fieldcraft skills and knowledge within
the ADFC. Potential candidates must possess a high degree of
Fieldcraft competency and physical fitness. All potential candidates
will be required to undertake a pre-selection process, including a

Adv/Prof Survival Bivoac 2016 - Dubbo Gully - Post Evaluation

Congratulations to all those cadets who attended the Dubbo Gully Survival Biv held last weekend. Every one of you performed to the best of your ability and showed a great deal of content learnt in class out in the field in a practical sense. The standard of shelters build was brilliant, however some lessons have been learnt and will be applied in the next Survival biv to come. Special Mention to LCDT J. Wasley (Prof) & LCDT S. Inn (Adv) for being the first two up the heartbreaking climb out of Dubbo Gully. Points will be awarded for their brilliant efforts.

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