Tuesday, 15 May 2012 13:01 | MACATHER WING
OC CAMPBELLTOWN SQUAD
is lookingat photos of myself as nswbg group bearer for cermonial parade and thin if not for the airleague where would i be today and now i start to think, why ddint i join earlier in life, i feel sorry for the kids out there that arent in an organisation such as this look at what we have to offer australia.... keep it up everyone good to see that after 77 years the airleague is stronger then ever,.
Thursday, 19 April 2012 13:03 | Dapto NSW
Hon. Secretary Dapto RSL Sub Branch
Many RSL sub Branches across the country thank the AAL for their active participation with ANZAC Day commemoration services and marches.
As a former member of the RAAF, and an air force cadet of the 1970s, I am pleased to see the continuation of both the AAL and the AAFC.
This year, Dapto RSL Sub Branch offers congratulations to cadet Bronwyn Smith, upon the occasion her recent achievements and awards.
To all members of the AAL, I wish you well in your endeavours and future careers.
Thursday, 01 December 2011 00:51 | Rural NSW
I am researching my family tree and lost contact with my cousin in 1966.
His name is Kevin Robertson and he lived at Riverwood in Sydney, father Kenneth, mother Beryl. He was born about 1953 and was a member of the Air League.
Could anyone possibly give me any help in finding him?
Belinda (Russell) McGregor
Tuesday, 21 September 2010 03:30
Hi I was a member between 89-99 in Ingleburn/Campbelltown. Those were the best days I learnt so much and great fun. Its great to see you all going.
Friday, 12 March 2010 05:44 | Berwick Girls
I would just like to say, thank you to all the officers of the Australian Air League for their on going support and committment to the league. Without them AAL wouldnt be the success it is today!
Special thanks to my O.C Mrs Triffet and wing O.C Miss Leydon.. They are there each week at air league gvinf up there time to help out Berwick Girls!
Wednesday, 10 March 2010 11:25 | bowral
Good to hear the league is fit and well
Sunday, 28 February 2010 09:43 | campbeltown
Friday, 19 February 2010 00:50
hi im a corpral from bundaberg squadron. ive got my ra aus pilot licence even though im 15
i wouldnt have got it without the help of airleague
Tuesday, 20 October 2009 09:16 | Mittagong NSW
Hi, I joined Manly Squadron in 1963 at age 11(junior cadet) and left as a second officer in 1969. I was in Manly Squadron.I became a private Pilot in 1975 and a Commercial in 1978.I have been flying ever since.I have in excess of 23000 hours and i love it( i own a Thruster and a Jabiru)I am currently employed by Qantas Link as a Dash 8 400 captain.I am now 57years old.My time in the AAL cemented my career in aviation which had also been fuelled by my fathers WW2 time as a Beaufighter observer in 31 Squadron RAAF.I march every year at Anzac Day too to rememember them. Good luck to all you cadets in your future aviation careers! I would recommend the AAL to you all! Cheers, Greg
Saturday, 28 March 2009 17:57
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