Military colleagues attend RAF Industry Day

Date published: 06 September 2023 07:00
Dated: 05 September 2023 15:51:22

Last week military colleagues from across the force represented South Yorkshire Police at the Royal Air Force’s National Air & Space Camp Industry Day.

The team, made up of Driver Trainer Michael Hedges, PC Paul Carpenter and DS Nigel Taaffe, were brought together by Driver Trainer and RAFAC Squadron Leader Peter Hiley and the Armed Forces Covenant network to attend the Industry Day that was held at RAF Syerston in Nottinghamshire on Wednesday last week.

They joined over 50 industry and military partners to exhibit and engage with close to 1000 Cadets, providing them with a great opportunity to speak to a number of ex and serving military personnel.

The Cadets were then treated to an afternoon of spectacular air displays, just for the camp, including, The Royal Air Force Typhoon, USAF F-35, The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, and the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows.

We are proud to support our veteran colleagues and welcome applications to our vacancies from those who have a military background. If you are interested in working for South Yorkshire Police, you can see our current roles here: https://www.southyorkshire.police.uk/sign-up/join-team-syp/

A boy is dressed in the Cadet camouflage uniform and is wearing sunglasses. He is holding both his thumbs up and smiling at the camera. He is stood in front of two South Yorkshire Police cars in a grassed area.
A boy is wearing the South Yorkshire Police, Police Support Unit uniform, a navy boiler suit with a black helmet and a large clear shield. He is in white marquee with stalls behind him.
The Royal Air Force Typhoon is in the sky above a crowd of people.
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