Air Experience Flight

An Air Experience Flight (AEF) is a training unit of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training Branch) whose main purpose is to give introductory flying experience to Air Cadets or the RAF section of the Combined Cadet Force. As of 2010, twelve AEFs are active.

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