24 September 2015

Wednesday, September 23, 2015
1. Ground school classes for cadets interested in applying for the Glider Pilot Scholarship Course, the Power Pilot Scholarship Course, or who just want to learn about flight will be every Wednesday evening from 1800-1830hrs in the Ante Room (Conference Room) at the Armoury. Ground school is open to all cadets of all levels and is the first step in learning to fly. For information please speak to WO2 Rochat.
2. Cadets who wish to participate in an air rifle range practice and try out for the Squadron’s Marksmanship Team are encouraged to come out to the Armoury Thursday evenings. Range will be held every Thursday night from 1800hrs to 2100hrs unless otherwise stated.
3. The Squadron’s two drill teams (Drill with Arms and Drill without Arms) will start practicing on Monday, September 28, 2015 from 1930-2130hrs. Practices will be every Monday from 1930-2130hrs unless otherwise stated. These two teams are open to all cadets.
4. Level 5 cadets are to submit their Level 5 Workshop paperwork to their Level Officer (WO Sadler) as soon as possible. The workshop weekend is taking place in Trenton on 27-29 Nov 15.
5. Cadets that are interested in the Squadron’s model rocket club were to see Aviator (Avr) Solimine after dismissal.
6. The Squadron’s Fall Field Training Exercise (FTX) is taking place on 2-4 Oct 15. Deadline for submission of permission slips is 30 Sep 15.
7. The Squadron’s first CO’s Parade of the 2015/2016 training year will take place on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 2030hrs. Parent/guardian(s) are more than welcome to attend.
8. Good luck to the Squadron’s orienteering teams who are off to Sudbury this weekend for the area competition. Reminder that cadets are to be at the Irving Big Stop at the time required not the Armoury as stated on the information sheet.
9. We now have the red cadet t-shirts in all sizes. They are $15 each at the office. They can be purchased at the office through Miss Vicki.
10. Birthdays:
-Cpl Fitzsimmons (24 Sep)
-2Lt Brian Snelgrove (29 Sep)