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704 Air Force City Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron is an organization for youths between the ages of 12 and 18 years old. We are proudly based out of CFB Trenton. Since it was founded in early 1960, the squadron has been visible in many communities throughout Quinte West. Aside from participating in fundraising activities, the program is at no cost to the cadet. Cadets that have exprerienced the program have found themselves fully prepared for the challenges that they are faced with later in life. The cadet program promotes leadership, respect for oneself and others, a sense of pride, teamwork and the importance of having a positive attitude. 

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704 Air Force City Squadron

Regular Training Night: Monday 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Training Location: 413 Wing Royal Canadian Airforce Association, 230 North Murray Street, Trenton, ON

Mail: 704 Air Force City RCACS, PO Box 1000 Station Forces, Suite 70, Astra, ON, K0K 3W0

Telephone: 613-921-7047

Web Page:

For more information on joining 704 Air Force City Squadron, please visit the membership requirements page.

The Program

Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a dynamic and interactive youth program sponsored by the Air Cadet League of Canada, Department of National Defence (Canadian Armed Forces).

Air Cadets participate in a variety of fun and challenging activities. There is something for everyone – no matter what their personal interests may be.

The majority of cadet training takes place at the local squadron during the regular school year with a percentage of cadets selected for summer training courses at various cadet summer training centres located across Canada. Central to the air cadet program are the gliding and flying scholarships offered to those who qualify. One in five private pilots in Canada is an ex-air cadet and 67% of commercial and airline pilots began as air cadets. There are 456 squadrons located across the country with an approximate enrolment of 23,000 Air Cadets.

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More Information

What Cadets Do

Frequently Asked Questions

History of the Cadet Program

The Leaders

Weekly Schedule

Arrival & Roll Call 18h00 to 18h25
Period 1 18h30 to 19h05
Period 2 19h10 to 19h45
Break 19h45 to 20h05
Period 3 20h05 to 20h40
Closing 20h45 to 20h55
Dismissal 20h55