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Flight Sergeant to Cadet Warrant Officer

Article posted: Jul 21, 2013 by Wing Media & Comm Officer

Flight Sergeant to Cadet Warrant Officer

It’s been a long wait but after finally after turning the age of 18 Cadet Flight Sergeant Liam Osbiston (18) from 1360 (Stapleford and Sandiacre) Squadron Air Cadets has reached the highest rank possible that a Cadet can achieve.

Being in the Air Training Corps for 5 Years and working hard to achieve everything possible, Liam had his Cadet Warrant Officer interview with the Officer Commanding South and East Midlands Wing, Wing Commander Dickinson OBE. The interview consists of questions on what Liam could bring to the Wing and what his future aspirations are within in the wing before he turns the age of 20 and has to choose different paths.

After the interview Flight Sergeant walked out the office feeling confident he had earned the promotion. On final parade Wing Commander Dickinson presented Liam with his Cadet Warrant Officer rank slides.

Congratulations to Cadet Warrant Officer Liam Osbiston it was a promotion well deserved.

Liam said: “I’ve worked really hard all the way through my cadet career so to be promoted to Cadet Warrant Officer is a huge achievement for me”.