Air Cadets    

1574 (Pembroke) Squadron
Air Training Corps< >

No.1574 (Pembroke Borough) Squadron ATC was formed at RAF Pembroke Dock in June 1941 for boys aged 13+. During the war the cadets helped the RAF ground crews service and re-arm aircraft between missions, as well as performing many other tasks around the station. 1574 Squadron remained when RAF Pembroke Dock closed. Girls were accepted from 1986 and the squadron remains the only part of the former RAF Pembroke Dock still in existence.

Our Links:
Number 3 Welsh Wing, Air Training Corps

Air Training Corps Pictures 2007 a Click Away

Our News:
Squadron Open Day Pembroke Dock
Air Commodore Gordon Moulds has joined cadets and staff  No.3 Welsh Wing, Air Training Corps for a parade Pembroke Castle. Click here

No 611 Sqd. Vicking
No 611 (V.G.S) Squadron. Viking

Opportunities and activities include:

  • Gliding

  • Powered Flying,

  • Adventure Training

  • Marksmanship

  • Flying in Military Aircraft

  • Radio Communications

  • Experience RAF Life

  • Military Field Craft Training

  • Band Music, Drill & Ceremonial

  • Archery

  • Duke of Edinburgh's Award

  • BTEC and ILM Qualifications

  • First Aid Training & Qualifications............and much more.

 Over-16s may undertake courses to fly solo in

 Gliding, Powered Aircraft, Hang-gliding, Microlites or Para-gliding
or they may
Parachute, Sail or go on an International Cadet Exchange.

Parading and Contact Details:


Officer Commanding Sgt D Sherwood

1574 (Pembroke & Pembroke Borough) ATC

ACF/ATC Buildings

Pier Road

Pembroke Dock

SA72 6PR

Telephone 01646 651056

The Squadron meets every Wednesdays between 1830hrs and 2100hrs. Please meet at the Dockyard Gate at 1820hrs
We welcome recruits between the ages 13 years to 18 years

Link to 611 VGSI (the editor) and the resources of the Pembroke Dock Community Web Project are pleased to promote the local A.T.C. Squadron, (see    Aircraft and the Royal Air Force, following service in the RAF Regiment remain an interest. I have enjoyed over the years links with 611 Squadron (Volunteer Gliding School) , Royal Air Force, Swanton Morley Norfolk, where I was flying instructor. The school is now stationed at Stana Airfield, Watton, Norfolk, formally the home of Royal Air Force, Watton, . I also assisted as an instructor with the Air Training Corps at No 2110 (North Walsham) Squadron with there strong links to the now closed Royal Air Force Coltishall, and in the eighties it was  No 356 (Felixstowe) Squadron....yep we had a flying boat base there fact in my day they used the old Guard Room as our Headquarters...Editor  AJ

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