Members of the Squadron are currently deployed on Exercise Cadet150. Photos and stories from the Exercise can be found at www.cadet150.com. Today stories were run on both TVNZ and TV3. The link to the TVNZ story is here. Leading Air Cadet Grace O’Neill reports on the Sea Elective: On the 24th of January one of … Read more
Please click on this link to access the 13 August 2013 edition of the Kapi-Mana News which features LAC Grace O’Neill on the Squadron’s shooting program.
No. 41 Squadron will once again attend Plimmerton School’s annual gala with flight simulators on projectors and offering the chance for any pilots to enter a competition to win a Radio Controlled Helicopter. This follows a recent visit by an RNZAF Iroquois to the school – see article below. Of course any Year 8 pupils … Read more
On Sunday 11th of November a contigent of cadets made up the guard party at the ceremonial memorial unveiling of a statue that pays tribute to the armed forces at Whenua Tapu cemetry. Unfortunately the weather was cold and wet, but it didn’t stop a large turn out from making the ceremony to mark Armistice … Read more
Hi All This article about Warrant Officer Brown’s trip for the Bomber Command Dedication was in the 26 June 2012 edition of the Kapi-Mana News.
OK, so we didn’t make the front page, but on Page 17 of the latest issue of the Kapi-Mana News the Squadron’s recruiting efforts were featured in a photo alongside an article that details Pilot Officer Asbery’s dual challenges:- 1) As recruitment officer, trying to get as many new faces as possible to come along … Read more
The Squadron’s recent recruitment drive at North City Shopping Centre has been captured in the Porirua City Life newspaper, with a front page photo and a page 3 article that explains the unit is currently recruiting, gives some details of what the Sqadron gets up to and gives the units contact details – hopefully this … Read more
Long serving officer Squadron Leader Grant te Tau departs from 41 Squadron to T.S. Tutira Sea Cadets in Levin, and after 31 years with 41 Squadron this change was recorded in print in the Kapi Mana newspaper recently – article attached below! It’s interesting to note such devoltion to the Air Training Corp comes from … Read more