Staff development is essential in any successful organisation, and 2120 (Witney) Squadron is no different, offering a variety of roles throughout.
This evening, 2120 (Witney) Squadron bid farewell to Flying Officer Alistair Young who leaves the Squadron destined to become Officer Commanding 1315 (Kidlington) Squadron. He has been a stalwart of the 2120 (Witney) programme, supporting a number of events and developing efficient procedures during his tenure as Adjutant, and continuing the work of previous Squadron Training Officers.
As we bid a sad farewell, we are joyful with our welcome to our new Training Officer, and also welcomed Flying Officer Daniel Holden to the Squadron, as he transfers to 2120 (Witney) Squadron from Bristol and Gloucestershire Wing.
Flying Officer Holden is an experienced Officer having previously commanded 1861 (Wantage) Squadron and served as a Wing Staff Officer. In his civilian employment, Flying Officer Holden is a Public Relations Consultant based in Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
2120 (Witney) Squadron wishes Flying Officer Young all the very best of luck in his new endeavours and welcomes Flying Officer Holden to its ranks.