International Air Cadet Exchange Association (IACEA)
Mid-1950s. Developed from proposal on exchanges at meeting, 11 Apr 1946, Montréal QC (Canada), of UK Air Training Corps (ATC) with Air Cadet League of Canada (ACLC). Plan extended to include Civil Air Patrol (CAP), USA, at ACLC Annual Meeting, Feb 1948, following contacts in 1947; subsequent exchanges included Sweden, then Norway, Netherlands and Denmark, and then up to 19 countries including some in South America.
Foster international understanding, goodwill and friendship among young people who have an interest in aviation.
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