Michael Armitage, Commanding Officer 1228 Louth ATC, and Amanda Parker, Civilian Instructor with Louth ATC, are pictured with Year 8 Louth Academy students: (l-r) Lillymae Roantree, Lewis Jackman, Lilly Webb, Kayla Stephenson, Will Chapman, James Cohen, Oliver Kirkby, Faith Parker, Ella Stimson, Lily Thomas and Lewis Kime.
A recruitment drive by Louth Air Training Corps revealed the opportunities available to students on a visit to Louth Academy.
Students in Years 7 and 8 were visited by Michael Armitage, Commanding Officer 1228 Louth ATC, and Amanda Parker, Civilian Instructor with Louth ATC, who said: "Today was about communicating opportunities within the ATC and hopefully drumming up new recruits. We taught the students about aviation, field craft, first aid, Duke of Edinburgh, flying and overseas camps.
"There are lots of benefits of being a cadet. It can build up confidence, teach them new skills, and is an introduction to a career in all the Forces."
The students said the visit was "very interesting and informative."