The Station. RAF College Cranwell in Lincolnshire was the world’s first Air Academy and today, it continues to select and train the next generation of RAF officers. Additionally, it is home to RAF Recruitment, RAF Air Cadets, No 3 and No 6 Flying Training Schools, Central Flying School, Air Warfare School, the Tedder Leadership Academy and ...
The Royal Air Force College ( RAFC) is the Royal Air Force military academy which provides initial training to all RAF personnel who are preparing to become commissioned officers. The College also provides initial training to aircrew cadets and is responsible for all RAF recruiting along with officer and aircrew selection.
- RAF (Cadet) College (1 November 1919)
- We seek higher things
- Superna Petimus
- The Lincolnshire Poacher
Royal Air Force Cranwell or more simply RAF Cranwell (ICAO: EGYD) is a Royal Air Force station in Lincolnshire, England, close to the village of Cranwell, near Sleaford. Among other functions, it is home to the Royal Air Force College (RAFC), which trains the RAF's new officers and Aircrew.
- Group Captain Joanne Campbell
- No. 22 Group (Training)
- 1916–1918 (Royal Naval Air Service), 1918 – present (Royal Air Force)
During your training at Cranwell, you will stay on base. In your first and second modules, you will stay in the Number 1 Mess accommodation where you will share a room with one other person. In your third and fourth modules, you will move to your own room in the College Hall Officers Mess (CHOM).
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