Two teams from Somerset and Bristol Army Cadets have worked together to complete the gruelling 50 mile RAF WARMA march at RAF Cosford.
The RAF WARMA two day march is a gruelling annual marching event that consists of a 50 mile march over the course of two days, through countryside around RAF Cosford in Staffordshire. The Cadets took on the event in challenging conditions due to the tail-end of Storm Hannah.
The Somerset team was awarded best Army Cadet team by Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty, Commandant RAF Air Cadets.
The ultimate goal for a number of the Cadets who took part is to go on to take part in the 103rd 4 Daagse or International Four Days Marches in Nijmegen, Holland, which takes place 16-19 July.
Congratulations to all those cadets who took part, and good luck to all those who are going to Nijmegen!