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Army Cadet Confederation Race

October 20, 2017

Army Cadet Confederation Race.

 

Follow CWO DAY, MWO Wilson and WO Urquhart as the take part in a 5 person team representing Nova Scotia in the Army Cadet Confederation Race in Prince Edward Island!

 

#Canada150: This regional fall expedition will traverse from the Northern tip to the Western tip of Prince Edward…

Posted by Atlantic Cadets on Thursday, October 19, 2017

 

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2017 Fall Training Weekend.

October 17, 2017

Fall Training Weekend – Oct 14-15 2017

As the picture show, our new cadets had a chance to practice their camping skills over this weekend! Learning to setup camp, the basics to stay safe in the forest along with an immersion in our weekend training routines.

Our cadets cadets with 2+ years experience in the unit had a chance to setup up camp with minimal equipment along with fire building workshops.

 

In addition, we had a special visit from the Pictou County Amateur Radio Club who presented the basics of ham radio with their newly erected antenna tower.

Overall, it was a beautiful warm and sunny weekend, with the fall colours in full bloom at Camp Roderick near Sunnybrae. Additional pictures can be found in our picture section.

 

Routine

Battle of Britain Ceremony

September 14, 2017

Battle of Britain Ceremony

219 RCACC took part again this year in the Battle of Britain ceremony in Stellarton.

Approximately 30 of our cadets participated in this event. It was a honour for the unit to take part and solemnly remember Canada’s contributions in the Battle of Britain.

A excellent article about this event can be found on the New Glasgow News website:  http://www.ngnews.ca/news/local/2017/9/17/stellarton-remembers.html

 

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Seniors Exercise at the Fortress of Louisbourg

September 12, 2017

Seniors Exercise at the Fortress of Louisbourg

Sept 2017 is packed with activities.

The senior cadets of 219 RCACC just finished their annual refresher weekend. These cadets reviewed the leadership skills necessary to lead a group of junior cadets, practicing transactional versus transformational leadership.

The rules of 219 RCACC along with the responsibilities of senior cadets was reaffirmed.

In addition, the actions necessary to setup and tear down a camp site was also practiced, in preparation for them to lead our unit on a field exercise, currently planned for October.

Well done!

News, Routine

2017-2018 Training year commencing on Sept 6th!

September 1, 2017

The summer went by soooo fast!

September 6th will be our first training night of the 2017-2018 session.

Location: New Glasgow Legion, civilian clothing.

Before you come, check your uniform for any pieces that you may have outgrown over the summer.  Our supply room will be open for kit exchanges.

The training cell will process with welcoming cadets into their new level and assigning instructors accordingly.

See you there!