CADETS of 2375 (Neston) Squadron bid a fond farewell to one of its longest standing members.
Cadet Martin Hannam left on August 16 to embark on his career as a chef in the RAF.
Civilian instructor Lisa Fields said: “In his time in the air cadets Martin took part in the many activities we provide.
“Over the years we have seen him grow from a young lad into a very likeable young man, who participated in adventure training, kayaking, sports, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, shooting, annual camps and much more.
“Like many cadets, he got out of the organisation what he put in.
“He helped in fundraising events for various charities and the squadron along the way too. “We would like to wish him all the very best in his future career and not to forget to come back and visit us.”
Martin’s brother David also joined the RAF last year. Martin will be stationed at RAF Halton, where he will undertake a 10-week basic training programme before graduating into the ranks of the RAF.