About The ATC

The Air Training Corps is a national organisation for young people aged 12 to 20. Sometimes referred to as the 'Air Cadets' or the Air Cadet Organisation (ACO), the ATC promotes the following aims:

  • To encorage a practical interest in aviation and the RAF
  • To provide training that will be useful within the ATC and in civilian life
  • To foster a spirit of adventure while developing qualities of leadership and citizenship

 The ATC was formed on the 5th February 1941 and now has just under 1,000 squadrons, which are divided into 6 Regions, each containing 6 different Wings; 633 (West Swindon) Squadron is part of the Dorset & Wiltshire Wing in the South West Region. 


For more information

For more information about the Air Cadets, visit the ATC HQ website here. The South West Regional information can be found here, while more local Wing information can be found here

Contact details for all ATC Squadrons can be found in the 'find a Squadron' section of the Air Cadets website. Other Squadrons in the Swindon area are: 

  • 1244 (Swindon) Squadron
  • 878 (Highworth) Squadron
  • 2941 (Lyneham) Squadron
  • 2293 (Marlborough) Squadron
  • 2397 (Devizes) Squadron

Upcoming Events

Parade Evening
19 Oct 2018
07:00PM - 09:30PM
Bag Packing
20 Oct 2018
10:00AM - 04:00PM
Parade Evening
22 Oct 2018
07:00PM - 09:30PM
Parade Evening
26 Oct 2018
07:00PM - 09:30PM
Parade Evening
29 Oct 2018
07:00PM - 09:30PM
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