2158 (Sevenoaks) Squadron

Welcome to the web site for 2158 (Sevenoaks) Squadron ATC. This site is an introduction to the squadron, its people and how it works. Details of the activities we are involved in, how to contact us and some photographs from our files are all accessible from the navigation buttons at the top of the page.

This site is meant to be a gateway for those interested in learning more about the Air Training Corps, in particular 2158 (Sevenoaks) Squadron. It is designed to provide an insight into who the staff are, the activities the members of the squadron get involved in and the opportunities available through the Corps. In addition the site also functions as a resource centre for current cadets and staff to access training programs, forms and information required for specific activities.

Please take the opportunity to look through the hundreds of photos we have online in the galleries as they probably give the best idea about what we do, and how the activities are great fun while at the same time of great benefit to an individuals skills and confidence.

If you would like our squadron recruiting team to come along and do a presentation to a group of young people (or adults), please get in contact with us here and we will arrange a date to visit you, as we are always looking to promote the Air Training Corps in as many areas as possible.

Latest News

  • C.W.O.s gain their Junior Leaders Award
    A Massive congratulations to 2 of Kent Wings’ Cadet Warrant Officers who after 6 months of training have completed the Junior Leaders Field Leadership Assessment! After being selected to take part in Junior Leaders 23 C.W.O.s Faulkner and Jones both had to travel to Beckingham Training Camp, Lincolnshire, at least once a month to be delivered […]
  • Royal Engineers Museum Visit
    Cadets visit the Royal Engineers Museum in Brompton! On the 26th March, the cadets from Ditton Squadron visited the Royal Engineers Museum in Brompton. On the day, the cadets found the trip very educational. Here is a report from Cadet M. Elbruda: “This trip was very educational as the museum included many Victoria Crosses, Wellington’s map […]
  • Junior/Senior NCO Course Success
    The Junior/ Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Course was completed by some of Ditton Squadron On the 18-19 March, some of our ranking cadets took part in the NCO (non-commissioned officer) course, to further their knowledge about basic training, and also to improve on their leadership skills. In 2 days, they learnt the roles and responsibilities of having […]
  • Ditton Footballers
    Ditton cadets take part in Interwing 5-a-side football tournament! 12 March 2023 On Sunday, two teams of cadets had an early start to the day, and took part in the physically challenging football tournament for Kent Wing.  Boys team:  Girls Team: Luckily it was not raining however it was quite a windy day. Both teams did […]
  • February: Cadet of the Month!
    The monthly start to the “Cadet of the Month” Our start of the “Cadet of the Month” starts on an extremely positive note.  The first cadet of the month, for February of 2023: Cadet M. Hurley This was what was said about her by Corporal Cooper: “Our cadet of the month nomination Is Cadet Hurley. She […]