Reading between the lines here,
Be careful someone is not pouring petrol on an already inflamed situation.
Have you spoken with anyone else to see what really took place?
Your use of the word apparently worries me!
Any squadron worth its sault has a three months training programe in place, have you seen yous, they take lots of work to get them up and running. The training programe also has all squadron events, built Iain where possible, flying dates, Halloween party, camps all showing and visible.
The training programe also alerts the cadets to the expected uniform for each parade night, again this should all be visible to staff, cadets and parents.
You say your Adjutant shot her down in front of everyone, I think you need to speak with the other members of staff first to gain a clearer picture of the events.
I personally believe you may have been sold short on this occasion.
You say your Adjutant has been there a long time and has no problem speaking his mind, is there any possibility he may have been correct in speaking out,
presumably there were other members of staff who were in the room who agreed with what your Adjutant was saying.
Education is a large part of the training programme, has no one in your squadron put any plans into place to control education?
When a cadet first joins they have to study basic entry level ATC and RAF subjects, practice drill and sit a test on it, there is also a basic security section now added to the first part of training.
How many new cadets do you have on your squadron?
Has any member of your staff ever openly discussed a date for getting your cadets enrolled?
This is probably the person who really has a handle on what’s going on in the squadron, try asking for an update and see if they are on target.
Try and speak to your Adjutant privately.
Ask him for comments as to what went on at Monday’s meeting!
Try to gauge if you have been given the full picture of events.