Busy Training Year for 2862 Cadets!

2862 cadets posing with soldiers from the RMR in front of the Parliament, November 2017

Westmount, Quebec – 29 March 2018: Cadet Corps 2862 certainly has had a busy training year thus far! Besides their usual training (they train at the RMR Armory every Friday evening from 18:30 to 21:30, from September to June, and they have optional activities such as marching band, marksmanship and sports on Thursday evenings and weekends), they have organized many extra activities such as visits to Ottawa, field survival training, sports competitions, and more! Enjoy the photos below from the training year:

Cadets is a federally-sponsored program for young Canadians ages 12 to 19 who are interested in participating in a variety of challenging and rewarding activities. There are no registration fees, dues or cost for the uniforms, the basic Cadet Program or summer training programs. Army cadets receive a parade uniform, as well as a field training uniform (combats, as we spend a lot of time outdoors learning survival, hiking and bushcraft skills).  As an army cadet, you have opportunities to apply for regional, provincial, national and international expeditions that include trekking, orienteering, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, horseback riding, dog sledding, and many other activities.  Army cadets can apply for international cadet exchange programs in the summer, as well as the Canadian Forces Basic Parachutist course, in addition to local summer training programs.  Senior cadets can apply for summer employment as instructors and support staff at cadet summer camps.

 

Medallists from 2862 at the Cadet Games, January 2018

Senior leaders of CC 2862 at a mess dinner held in the RMR officers’ mess, December 2017

Sumo soccer being played in the RMR’s armoury, February 2018

2862 members caught in action during a bowling excursion, February 2018

2862 cadets participating in a Team Building exercise in Westmount Park, September 2017

Paying their respects to the tomb of the unknown soldier in Ottawa, March 2018

Learning bushcraft skills on a field training exercise St-Wenceslas with Black Watch CC2497, October 2017

Posing in front of the national war memorial in Ottawa, March 2018

The cadet program is an excellent way for new members of our communities to perfect their English and French language skills.  If you enjoy being active and want to expand your life skills in a safe environment with qualified adult instructors and supervisors, the army cadet program is for you!

CONTACT 2862 AT (514) 496-2003 ext 2315

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