Public services students at Coleg Sir Gâr have seen how their careers can take off with the help of the Royal Air Force.
A corporal and a warrant officer, who have served as far as Afghanistan, Copenhagen, Germany and Norway, visited the college, highlighting the global opportunities of the RAF.
Careers span from air traffic and fighter controllers, logistics, police, medicine and dentistry to survival equipment specialist.
Amanda Morgan, public services course leader at Coleg Sir Gâr said: “Visits such as these are vital for students to see for themselves what the opportunities are working for British forces and the team gave an excellent insight into RAF life and what opportunities and qualifications can be gained.
“They also offered an insight into its range of fighter aircraft used to protect the UK’s airspace, their combat air capability and how some models can gather airborne intelligence, it was an interesting and inspiring insight.”