There is no evening training on Monday, April 22nd. Enjoy your break and take some time to get your uniform cleaned and ironed and your boots polished!
Drill Team: There will be a practice this Friday from 1800-2000hrs at the Armoury. Please bring your tunic and wedge with you! We will be checking badge placement on tunics to see if anything needs to be fixed or moved. Spares, and those who are not attending the competition: Please arrive for the practice, but you may be picked up after 1900hrs if you wish as there will be fewer chances for you to be added to the flight leading up to the competition. There is also another drill practice this Monday from 1500-1700hrs.
Attention: Level 1s, and any new cadets who were fast-tracked to level 2 or 3, who have not previously attended PSRY training. To advance to your next level, be promoted, or be considered for summer training placements, you must attend mandatory training. This PSRY course is a part of your mandatory training.
The PSRY training will take place this Monday, April 22nd from 1000-1500hrs at the Armoury. Please sign up here to indicate any dietary restrictions, and so we know how much food to order.
Cadets must wear school-appropriate civilian clothing. Lunch will be provided. Please bring snacks and a refillable water bottle. If you cannot attend this PSRY course, you must reach out to the CO to request an excusal.
Debate Team: There is a debate team practice on April 23rd from 1800-2030 at Warnica P.S.
Gliding: Our first spring gliding day will be on Sunday, May 5th. There are only 60 spots available, so the priority will go to those who have the highest attendance at mandatory training events and have never been gliding before. Busses will leave the Armoury at 0700hrs, and we estimate a return time of 1645hrs. Lunch will be provided. If you have dietary restrictions, you must signup NLT APRIL 19th. See OCdt Malichen-Reid with any questions. Sign up here.
Spring FTX: The Spring FTX is coming up May 10-12th. Click Here to Signup! Signup deadline is 24th April (no exceptions). All cadets must attend at least one FTX per year, but it’s better to come on more than one!
All level 3s and 4s must attend this FTX to complete mandatory training. You must speak with your level officer if you are unable to attend.
The weather promises to be spring/summer-like, all that you will require beyond the standard kit (a list is provided on the signup page) is sleeping stuff (sleeping bag or blankets), and a pillow…we will provide the food, accommodations, training and FUN!!! For More Information Click Here!
Legion Medal of Excellence: Cadets in level 3 and above wishing to apply for the Legion Medal must submit a portfolio to OCdt Malichen-Reid showing they meet the criteria outlined by the Royal Canadian Legion. This portfolio is due NLT 29 April 2019.
Citizenship Award: All cadets wishing to be considered for the citizenship award should submit a one-page document outlining community involvement to Capt Reid, A. NLT 30 April 2019.
ACAD: Save the date! Air Cadet Activity Day (ACAD) will be held at CFB Borden on May 4th. For ACAD, we take buses to Borden to participate in fun and exciting activities hosted by CFSATE and to meet and compete against cadets from squadrons in our region! 102 Squadron has won the award for top spirit for many years, and we intend to continue this tradition! We are expecting maximum participation for this incredible opportunity! Sign up here!
Refillable Water Bottles: All cadets should bring a refillable water bottle to the armoury every parade night. Water coolers are available for refills. Disposable water bottles are available for purchase at the canteen.
Squadron Newsletter: Want to shout out an achievement or tell your exciting camp story? We are looking for material to feature in the Fox’s Den newsletter! Click here to learn more! You can also download the newsletter from this link.
CFA Coming Up: Monday, May 6th is our second Cadet Fitness Assessment of this training year. Each cadet must complete at least one fitness assessment per year to pass their level. Questions? Talk to your flight commander!
Remind: Sign up for SMS or email reminders, so you never miss important updates from 102 Squadron. Click here to sign up for Remind. Note: Rogers Canada and its subsidiaries no longer support SMS messages from Remind. You can still receive messages via email or the Remind app.
Monday night parades are mandatory, and attendance is required to complete level training and be considered for promotions. If you cannot attend a parade night, make sure to report your absence as far in advance as possible using this form. Please do not email to report an absence.
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