A0 | Command | Unit Commander

FLTLT C. Rutherford

The Unit Commander is responsible to the Commandant of the NZCF for the overall command and welfare of their Squadron. They hold ultimate responsibility for the management of all parade nights and activities conducted within their unit, development of the staff and NCOs, developing a relationship with the Unit Support Committee, RSA and other organisations within our local community.

A0-1 | Command | Executive Officer

SQNLDR N. Epsom

The Executive Officer's role is primarily second in command of our Unit. Their direct responsibility is managing the day to day operations in the unit, and standards of all staff, NCO's and cadets.

A0-2 | Command | Squadron Warrant Officer

CDTW/O K. Manilal

A1 | Admin | Adjutant

A/PLTOFF V. Neven

The Adjutants primary role is the administration of the Squadron. This includes update of personal details, camp applications, course applications and any banking inquires.

A3 | Operations

CDTF/S S. Howarth

The Operations Officer's direct responsibility is to oversee the four different Flight's standards and mentorship within No. 3 (Auckland City) Squadron on behalf of the Cadet Unit Commander.

A3-1 | Basic 1 Flight Commander

FLTLT P. Webb

Basic I Flight Commander is responsible for Basic I Flight. The commander organises activities and lessons for the flight and co-organises' with the Training Officer and the Exercise Planner.

A3-2 | Basic 2 Flight Commander

CDTF/S S. Howarth

Basic II Flight Commander is responsible for Basic II Flight. The commander organises activities and lessons for the flight and co-organises' with the Training Officer and the Exercise Planner.

A3-3 | Proficiency Flight Commander

CDTF/S J. Beanland

Proficiency Flight Commander is responsible for Proficiency Flight. The commander organises activities and lessons for the flight and co-organises' with the Training Officer and the Exercise Planner.

A4 | Logistics | Stores

Ms De Abreu

The Logistics Officers primary role the management of the assets within the Squadron. This includes the management of blue uniform stores and bulk stores.

A5 | Exercise

A/PLTOFF J. Neven

The Exercise Planners primary roles is the development and management of the units camps and activities. This includes all weekend activities, fundraising events and range days

A6 | CIS

CDTF/S J. Wittgen

A6-1 | CIS | Website Support

CDTF/S C. Gamman

A7 | Training

OFFCDT S. Gardiner

A9 | Engagement | Social Media

Mr B. Grav