305 Squadron is recruiting!

"Am I eligible to join?"

  • Are between the ages of 13-18 at time of enrolment;
  • Have your parent’s or guardian’s permission to enrol;
  • Are residing in Australia full time;
  • Are not a member of either the Australian Navy Cadets (ANC), Australian Army Cadets (AAC) or the Australian Defence Force (permanent or reserve);
  • Are willing to make a commitment to regularly attend Squadron parades and activities.

Then you are eligible to join!

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This Week @ 305

This week's Training Program and brief from the Training Officer can be found below.

04 Feb 2016Course 17-20Course 21Course 22Course 23Course 24
Period 1DrillDCP 1FCB 1-
(1900 - 1940) LAC Willis/CSGT Whaling-LaurensCCPL Boyle/LCDT Campbell-
Period 2ProjectFCP 1DCB 1-
(1955 - 2035)CrickLAC Griffiths/LCDT McMurdoCCPL Emmelkamp-
Period 3Duty CrewAVP 1aFCB 2-
(2040 - 2120)DS/DCCSGT Gann/LCDT HinesCCPL Boyle/LCDT Campbell-

Latest News

SD Heavyweight Jumper Recall

All Cadets & Staff,

3WG Logistics Flight have recalled all heavyweight Service Dress Jumpers. These jumpers are no longer being produced by Defence and are needed by those Squadrons in very cold climates. Warmer Squadrons are now only permitted to wear lightweight SD jumpers.

Can I please ask that all cadets therefore bring their SD jumper along to parade this Thursday? (Regardless if it is heavyweight or lightweight).

Any cadet who has been issued a heavyweight jumper will return home empty handed (with a lightweight jumper ordered for issue in February), while those who have a lightweight jumper will be able to take their jumper back home.

If you have any questions regarding this request, contact the Squadron Supply Officer, LAC(AAFC) Griffiths.


LAC(AAFC) Willis

On behalf of the Commanding Officer 305SQN AAFC.

Posted by LAC(AAFC) Jared Willis on Wed 09 Dec 2015, 08:29PM
Uniform Standards for Parade

All cadets,

This Thursday is the final parade night of the year, and is therefore the final week before the End of Year Parade and Awards Ball. Uniform this week will be DPUs to allow you the whole week to prepare your uniform to an immaculate standard for Saturday.

Gentlemen: You are all required to ensure your hair meets standards before arriving on Saturday morning. This means hair is off the collar and ears, and is neat all over. Those cadets who are of shaving age are also be expected to shave prior to your arrival (there should be no visible hairs on the face).

Ladies: You are also to ensure that your hair meets standards before arriving on Saturday. Questions about this can be directed to the CWOFF.

ALL CADETS are to ensure that their SD pants have been appropriately laundered during this week (for best results we recommend Dry Cleaning) and their shirt is freshly washed and well ironed (starch on the creases is strongly advised). Boots and shoes must also be maintained to an exceptional standard, ensuring their shine, and cleanliness along the welts.

Arrival for Saturday morning will be in DPUs. You will have the opportunity to change before the parade. Lunch will also be provided prior to getting changed on Saturday morning.

Well done to you all for your efforts this year, particularly during our practices over the past 2 weeks. Please put in 110% effort this week so we can see out the year with a bang.

Posted by LAC(AAFC) Arden Marshall on Sat 05 Dec 2015, 07:52PM
Awards Ball 2015

The booking form and payment form needed to secure tickets to our end of year Awards Ball are available below.

Payment Form

Posted by PLTOFF(AAFC) Adrian Gibney on Sun 29 Nov 2015, 10:38PM
Parade Practice

A reminder to all cadets that the Ceremonial Parade on 12 December, as well as the Parade Practice Day on 28 November are compulsory activities.

Cadets who are unable to attend either of these must submit separate leave forms no later than 13 November 2015.

Posted by LAC(AAFC) Arden Marshall on Thu 05 Nov 2015, 10:45AM
HMAS Huon Ship Visit

This coming Thursday (29 Oct) during the normal parade night 305SQN will be visiting HMAS Waterhen to tour mine-hunter vessel HMAS Huon. In preparation for this activity all cadets are to ensure that they:

  • Familiarise themselves with the JI, available for download on the i305 Download centre or to the right.

  • Complete a PCF for this activity, available for download on the i305 website or on CadetOne, and bring it on Thursday night.

  • Ensure that their uniform is up to standard, including clean/polished boots and ironed coats.

  • Have a regulation haircut.

  • Bring their Cadet ID cards to access the Navy base.

Failure to complete/address any of the above may mean that Cadets will be unable to participate in the tour.

Please direct any further questions to myself,

Posted by CSGT Dennis Gann on Sun 25 Oct 2015, 09:51PM
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