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One of the group, Cadet Corporal Vivek Bhushan said: "I've really enjoyed learning to play tennis.
Cadet Corporal Alex Mitchell said: "This really does show how committed our cadets and staff are at 2348.
From left, head boy Mark Lent, senior prefect Callum Lerigo, head teacher Peter Mayland, Staff Sergeant Wayne Rutter, Lance Bombardier Sam Langston, SAC Ben Jones, ex-Trooper Bill Butler of the Queen's Royal Lancers, Staff Sergeant Desmond Birch, ex-Royal Signalman Gary Potts, Cadet Corporal Gareth Johnson, cadet Leah Crammond and cadet Jessica Fisher Stokes with music teacher Rebecca Williams
Cadet corporal Megan Pudney and cadets David Payne, Mikey Jones and Nia Williams were tested on their navigation, campcraft and leadership qualities, as well as their ability to work as a team.
Sally, an air cadet corporal from Birstall, Leics, said: "Ever since I got my first flying experience I've wanted to fly solo.
Cadet Derek Coates was on board a Wellington bomber and Cadet Corporal Malcolm Bruton was alongside the pilot in a two-seater Miles Martinet.
John Phillips a former cadet of 411 (Borough of Nuneaton) Squadron and, right, Cadet Corporal David Owen receiving the squadron's first banner from Wing Commander Tom Bussey in April 1986
Williams Georgia was as busy outside school as she was in lessons, and helped out on match days at AFC Telford United as well as being a cadet corporal with 1130 Squadron, Air Cadets.