2357 (Goole) Squadron is a part of the Air Training Corps and the Royal Air Force Air Cadets.
Goole's first Squadron was formed in 1942 during World War 2. 2357 (Goole) Squadron was formed later in the 1960s. We are based in the TA Centre in Goole.
The Squadron has a main drill hall inside and a drill area outside, as well as an indoor 25 yard shooting range, air rifle range, archery range, a selection of rooms for learning and projects and a canteen that serves refreshments during the evening.
The Royal Air Force Air Cadets background and syllabus is based on our parent service, The RAF, which allows us to stand out from other youth groups, as we are able to offer a number of different activities such as Flying, Gliding, Shooting, Adventurous Training and many more.