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Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 22 Sep 2019

Date
22 Sep 19

RO Number
19-25

CO’s Message

This past week represented good growth for 809. We had six new cadets sign up for our program and we’re really excited to see their contributions over the upcoming years. Welcome to the squadron!

That said, we can always make room for more! If you have friends who you think would enjoy what we do, invite them out while we’re still early in our training year.

Sunday’s Decoration Day ceremony was well-represented by 809’s cadets. We had eight cadets sign up for the event but had 11 on parade! To all of the cadets who participated, whether you signed up or made the last-minute decision to come, thank you.

This week, we have our first Drill Team practice on Monday from 1900-2000, followed by squadron sports from 2000-2100. Wednesday, for our regular training night, we’ll be conducting our first Effective Speaking class with Mrs. Gowans for our level two cadets. We’ll also have Capt Hollands, our Zone Training Officer visiting us from Toronto to see how we’re doing.

Next week, beyond our mandatory and optional training nights, we have our Cadet Tag Days fundraiser. This serves two purposes. There’s the obvious fundraising component that helps pay for many of our training activities, but it also gets us out in our community and reminds everyone of who we are. More than one cadet has joined us after seeing cadets participating in Cadet Tag Day activities. Every cadet needs to sign up for two shifts for the weekend. Those who sign up for both shifts on Saturday will have lunch provided. Sign-up sheets can be found here: https://809cadets.ca/events/event-sign-ups/.

Remember that you need to be logged into the web site to see the sign-up sheets.

One last thing. We’re no longer posting the Wednesday night training schedule in the Weekly Routine Orders. In order to see what’s being taught to whom, refer to the Events Calendar for full details. It can be found here: Events Calendar.

Training Night
25 Sep 19

CAF Member Dress
3B

Cadet Dress
C2B: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C4A: AC, LAC, Cpl, FCpl

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: OCdt Nicolescu

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
23 Sep 19 1900-2100 Monday Optional Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian OCdt Couroux
25 Sep 19 1830-2115 Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ C2B/C4A OCdt Nicolescu

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
30 Sep 19 1900-2100 Monday Optional Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Capt Lemoine
1 Oct 19 1830-2115 Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ C2B/C4A CI Carbone
3-5 Oct 19 Friday-Sunday Cadet Tag Days Royal Canadian Legion Branch 124 C1 Various

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Reminder: Dress for Tonight

Per this week’s WRO and the Calendar Entry for tonight’s event, dress is C2A for Sgts an above, and C4A for FCpls and below. CAF members should be in 3B. We’re greeting our community tonight and should look our best.

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 15 Sep 2019

Date
15 Sep 19

RO Number
19-24

CO’s Message

I have it on good authority that while I was away at the Commanding Officers’ Conference, we had a really successful bottle drive. Thanks to our dedicated SSC members, our cadets, the Van Noort family, and everyone else who made it out and contributed to its success. I’m hoping we’ll have some final numbers sometime in the next week.

We also managed to get a good gliding day in despite the threatening weather, apparently getting the last flight down before the rain began. The timing was perfect!

My personal thanks go out to Lt Russell and OCdt Nicolescu respectively for supervising these events.

This week, we’re getting a full start on our training year. On Monday, we’ll have our Welcome BBQ, so if you know any potential cadets who might be interested in coming out and seeing what we’re all about, this is the time to invite them out. On Wednesday, we have our first regular training night of the year, so come eager to learn.

The following week on Sunday 22 Sep, the Royal Canadian Legion has asked us to send a contingent of cadets to participate in their Decoration Day Ceremony from 1400 (2:00pm) to 1600 (4:00pm). Any cadets who are available to co0me out and help support the legion should sign up here: Event Sign-Ups.

Remember that you need to be logged into the web site to see the sign-up sheets.

See you tomorrow night!

Training Night
18 Sep 19

CAF Member Dress
3B

Cadet Dress
C2B: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C4A: AC, LAC, Cpl, FCpl

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Lt Russell

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
16 Sep 19 1900-2100 Monday Welcome Back BBQ 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A Capt Lemoine
11 Sep 19 Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ C2B/C4A Lt Russell

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
22 Sep 19 Sunday Decoration Day Ceremony Niagara-on-the-Lake Lakeshore Cemetery C1 Capt Lemoine
23 Sep 19 1900-2100 Monday Optional Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian OCdt Couroux
25 Sep 19 1830-2115 Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ C2B/C4A OCdt Nicolescu

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 8 Sep 2019

Date
8 Sep 19

RO Number
19-23

CO’s Message

Here’s what’s going on this week.

On Monday Night, we’re going to have a supply night. If you have uniform items that don’t fit, this is the time to come in and get them replaced. If you haven’t turned in your paperwork for the new year, by all means come by and drop it off on Monday as well.

Wednesday, we have the Snowbirds Airshow during the afternoon and won’t have any training during the evening. I’ve you’ve signed up to volunteer for the event, by at the Information Booth at Niagara District Airport at 1345 (1:45pm) in C2B uniform. Otherwise, all cadets are encouraged to come out and enjoy the show. If you come in uniform (again, C2B) you get discounted admission for only $5. Come to the Information Booth and Capt Chevalier will take care of your admission fee.

If you’re an instructor, OCdt Couroux will be having a short Training Cell meeting that day as well at 809 HQ at 1830 (6:30pm) that shouldn’t take more than an hour.

Saturday, 14 Sep, we have our Bottle Drive at Van Noort Greenhouses. We need everybody our to for this event. For cadets, this is a mandatory fundraising day. For parents, guardians, brothers, sisters, cousins, friends, &c, this is a great opportunity to come out and help support your cadet’s involvement in our program. We’ll be starting at 0900 (9:00am) and finishing at 1600 (4:00pm) helping our community and ourselves by collecting empty beer, wine, and liquor bottles. I regret that I won’t be able to be there myself as I have to be at CFB Borden for the Commanding Officers’ Conference, but you’ll be in good hands with Lt Russell.

Sunday, 15 Sep we have our Gliding Familiarization Day at Niagara District Airport from 1300 (1:00pm) to 1600 (4:00pm) and have seven (7) spots left. Priority goes to junior cadets. Sign up at: https://809cadets.ca/events/event-sign-ups/

We kick-off of the training year properly on 16 Sep with our Welcome BBQ followed by our first regular training night of the year on 18 Sep.

Remember that you need to be logged into the web site to see the sign-up sheets.

See you at the Airshow and/or the Welcome BBQ!

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
9 Sep 19 1900-2100 Monday Supply Night 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian CV Carbone / Capt Lemoine
11 Sep 19 Wednesday Snowbirds Airshow! Niagara District Airport C2B Capt Lemoine
11 Sep 19 1830-1930 Wednesday Training Cell Meeting 809 HQ Civilian OCdt Couroux
14 Sep 19 0900-1600 Saturday Bottle Drive Van Noort Greenhouses (Corner of Hunter and Four Mile Creek Roads) Civilian Lt Russell

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
15 Sep 19 Sunday Gliding Familiarization Niagara District Airport Civilian OCdt Nicolescu
16 Sep 19 1900-2100 Monday Welcome Back BBQ 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A Capt Lemoine
11 Sep 19 Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ C2B/C4A Lt Russell

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 26 May 19

Date
26 May 19

RO Number
19-21

CO’s Message

The Awards Banquet and ACR are behind us. Congratulations to all of the cadets on an exemplary performance this year. Now we’re down to only one night, where we do our level promotions and turn the squadron over to a new Cadet Squadron Commander.

While the cadets are preparing for the Change of Command ceremony at 20:15 (8:15pm), I’ll be conducting a parent briefing (or review in many cases) of what to expect for summer training at 19:00 (7:00pm). If your cadet signed up for summer training, come to the briefing so that you have all of the necessary information for that moment that a last-minute offer comes through.

We still have three spots remaining for the Canada’s Wonderland trip on Sunday. If you’re thinking of going, there’s no better time than now to sign up!

Remember that you need to be logged into the site to see sign-up sheets.

See you on Wednesday!

Training Night
29 May 19

CAF Member Dress
1A

Cadet Dress
C1: All cadets

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Capt Lemoine

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
29 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday CSC Change of Command / Parent Briefing 809 HQ (CNC) C1 Capt Lemoine
2 Jun 19 0830-2130 Sunday Canada’s Wonderland Trip 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Capt Lemoine / OCdt Couroux

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
7 Jun 19 Friday Seniors’ Trip 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian OCdt Couroux / Lt Russell

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 19 May 19

Date
20 May 19

RO Number
19-20

CO’s Message

This is it! Our final run-up to this weekend’s Annual Ceremonial Review. We’re down to our last practice on Wednesday so it’s important that everyone come out. We’ll also be doing uniform exchanges for those who need them, so if anyone needs a swap, this is the time to do it.

Thanks to all of the cadets who came out to the booth at the Virgil Stampede this weekend. Between proposed cavalry units and discussion of press gangs (most importantly, why we don’t do those), we had a great event and made our community better aware of who we are and what we do.

We still have one spot remaining for gliding on Sunday after the Annual Ceremonial review. If you’re available and interested, sign up and grab that last spot!

Remember that you need to be logged into the site to see sign-up sheets.

See you on Wednesday!

Training Night
22 May 19

CAF Member Dress
3B

Cadet Dress
C2B: Sgts and above
C4A: FCpls and below

Training Night Routine

Activity Timings
Building Open, Parade Setup 1815-1830
Fall-in, Inspection, Opening Parade 1830-1845
Period One 1845-1920
Period Two 1925-2000
Break 2000-2015
Period Three 2015-2050
Clean Up Training Areas and Parade Square 2050-2100
Fall-in, Closing 2100-2115
Dismissal 2115

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Capt Lemoine

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
22 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (ACR Practice) 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A Capt Lemoine
24 May 19 1830-2100 Friday Annual Cadet Awards Banquet Addison Hall, St. Mark’s Anglican Church Semi-formal Capt Lemoine
24 May 19 1100-1400 Saturday Annual Ceremonial Review Niagara-on-the-Lake District 3 Fire Station C1 OCdt Couroux

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
29 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday CSC Change of Command / Parent Briefing 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A Capt Lemoine
1 Jun 19 1100-1400 Saturday Canada’s Wonderland Trip 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Capt Lemoine / OCdt Couroux

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 12 May 19

Date
12 May 19

RO Number
19-19

CO’s Message

We’re coming into the final stretch. We have one Monday and two Wednesdays left before the Annual Ceremonial Review, so let’s make sure we have everyone on-board so that we can show 809 at our best to our friends, family, and community.

This weekend at the Virgil Stampede, we’ll be running a recruiting booth to bring new cadets to the squadron for next year. We’re asking cadets, sponsorship committee members, and staff to volunteer for the event and have posted sign-up sheets on our events sign-up page. If you have any availability and want to help grow the squadron, we appreciate your time.

If you haven’t RSVPed for the Annual Cadet Awards Banquet, we need to have final numbers no later than the 15th of March. Please ensure that you have indicated the number of attendees including your cadet(s) and bring payment in on the 22nd. Alternatively, our SSC can now accept Interac etransfers at treasurer@809cadets.ca. If the etransfer requests a password, use “dinner” when sending funds.

Sunday, after the Annual Ceremonial review, we have our spring gliding day with 10 spots available. If you’re available and interested, sign up and let us know. Priority will be given to cadets who have never flown. I’m still waiting to find out if we have the morning or afternoon session, but will let you know as soon as I have that information.

Remember that you need to be logged into the site to see sign-up sheets.

See you on Monday!

Training Night
15 May 19

CAF Member Dress
3B

Cadet Dress
C2B: Sgts and above
C4A: FCpls and below

Training Night Routine

Activity Timings
Building Open, Parade Setup 1815-1830
Fall-in, Inspection, Opening Parade 1830-1845
Period One 1845-1920
Period Two 1925-2000
Break 2000-2015
Period Three 2015-2050
Clean Up Training Areas and Parade Square 2050-2100
Fall-in, Closing 2100-2115
Dismissal 2115

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: OCdt Couroux

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO O-ACR O-ACR O-ACR
Description Presentation Practice Presentation Practice Presentation Practice
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
13 May 19 1900-2100 Monday Static Display Preparation 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Capt Lemoine
15 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (ACR Practice) 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A OCdt Couroux
18 May 19 1000-1600 Saturday Virgil Stampede Recruiting Booth Meridian Community Arenas C2B Capt Lemoine
20 May 19 1000-1600 Monday Virgil Stampede Recruiting Booth Meridian Community Arenas C2B Capt Lemoine

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
22 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (ACR Practice) 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A Capt Lemoine
24 May 19 1830-2100 Friday Annual Cadet Awards Banquet Addison Hall, St. Mark’s Anglican Church Semi-formal Capt Lemoine
24 May 19 1100-1400 Saturday Annual Ceremonial Review Niagara-on-the-Lake District 3 Fire Station C1 OCdt Couroux

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 5 May 19

Date
5 May 19

RO Number
19-18

CO’s Message

I haven’t seen any word yet on how our team placed in the NGTA Band and Drill Competition this weekend, but I’m confident that our team put their best foot forward, when commanded to do so, of course. (Please, pardon the bad drill humour.) As soon as I have any information back from the NGTA office, I’ll be sure that everyone knows. Thanks to the entire team and OCdt Couroux for the effort they have put in to make 809 proud. I don’t need to see the standings to know that they’ve accomplished that already.

Thanks to Cpl Lett, Sgt Lett, and WO2 Voogt for assisting the local Royal Canadian Legion branch with their Honours and Awards dinner on Saturday evening; and also to OCdt Nicolescu for volunteering to supervise at the last minute.

If you haven’t RSVPed for the Annual Cadet Awards Banquet on the 24th, please do so as soon as you can. Once again, dinner for cadets is free, children under 12 are $10 each, and adults are $15 each.

All Monday evenings from now until the Annual Ceremonial Review on the 25th, with the exception of Victoria Day, are geared 100% to display preparation for the review. It’s important that all cadets come out for these. If you can’t make it out, let the staff know as soon as possible.

This week, we’ll be doing our spring fitness testing, so all cadets should be in sports attire and ready to push their best.

By Wednesday, I also expect to have further details and a sign-up sheet for our recruiting booth at the Virgil Stampede.

Training Night
8 May 19

CAF Member Dress
Operational (CADPAT) or Sports Attire

Cadet Dress
Sports Attire: All Cadets

Training Night Routine

Activity Timings
Building Open, Parade Setup 1815-1830
Fall-in, Inspection, Opening Parade 1830-1845
Period One 1845-1920
Period Two 1925-2000
Break 2000-2015
Period Three 2015-2050
Clean Up Training Areas and Parade Square 2050-2100
Fall-in, Closing 2100-2115
Dismissal 2115

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: OCdt Nicolescu

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
All Levels PO/EO MX04.03a MX04.03b MX04.03c
Description Spring Fitness Testing Spring Fitness Testing Spring Fitness Testing

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
6 May 19 1900-2100 Monday Static Display Preparation 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Capt Lemoine
8 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (Spring Fitness Testing) 809 HQ (CNC) Sports Attire OCdt Nicolescu

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
13 May 19 1900-2100 Monday Static Display Preparation 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Capt Lemoine
15 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (ACR Practice) 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A OCdt Couroux

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 28 Apr 19

Date
28 Apr 19

RO Number
19-17

Summary

May is nearly upon us and things are about to get busy. We’re starting with the inter-flight Drill Competition on Wednesday, which is the final deciding factor for this year’s Top Flight Award at the Annual Ceremonial Review on the 25th of the month. May the best flight win!

Next Saturday is the NGTA Band and Drill Competition to be held at CFB Borden. Our Drill Team has been working hard on Mondays to make sure that they are as prepared as possible for the competition. The bus leaves 809 Squadron HQ at 1000h (10:30am) on Saturday with an expected return at 1745h (5:45pm) on the same day. If you’re on the Drill Team, ensure that you arrive no later than 0945h (9:45am) on Saturday.

We’re in the midst of planning for the Annual Cadet Awards Banquet on the 24th, which is the night before our Annual Ceremonial Review on the 25th. Dinner for cadets is free, children under 12 are $10 each, and adults are $15 each. An event invitation will be sent out today via evite.com. Please let us know how many will be in attendance, including your cadets as soon as you can so that we can prepare for the correct number of guests.

Training Night
1 May 19

CAF Member Dress
3B

Cadet Dress
C2: All Cadets

Training Night Routine

Activity Timings
Building Open, Parade Setup 1815-1830
Fall-in, Inspection, Opening Parade 1830-1845
Period One 1845-1920
Period Two 1925-2000
Break 2000-2015
Period Three 2015-2050
Clean Up Training Areas and Parade Square 2050-2100
Fall-in, Closing 2100-2115
Dismissal 2115

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Lt Russell

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
All Levels PO/EO C108.02a C108.02b C108.02c
Description Inter-Flight Drill Competition Inter-Flight Drill Competition Inter-Flight Drill Competition
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
29 Apr 19 1830-2100 Monday Drill Team Practice (Dress Rehearsal) 809 HQ (CNC) C2 OCdt Couroux
1 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (Inter-Flight Drill Competition) 809 HQ (CNC) C2 Lt Russell
4 May 19 1000-1815 Saturday NGTA Drill Team Competitions (Inter-Flight Drill Competition) E-41 Drill Hall, CFB Borden (Bus to/from 809 HQ) C2 OCdt Couroux

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
6 May 19 1900-2100 Monday Static Display Preparation 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian OCdt Couroux
8 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (Spring Fitness Testing) 809 HQ (CNC) Sports Attire OCdt Nicolescu

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 21 Apr 19

Date
21 Apr 19

RO Number
19-16

Summary

Tomorrow is Easter Monday and there will be no training, leaving us only the one training night this week. May is right around the corner and things are about to get busy, so let’s enjoy the light schedule while we can.

We had 100% turn-out for CWO Brian James’ presentation on Wednesday. He was very impressed with your deportment, attention to his presentation, and your questions during his visit.

Also on Wednesday, for those parents who haven’t heard yet, for the third year in a row, one of our cadets has been accepted for study at the Royal Military College of Canada! Congratulations to FSgt Nicolescu on his achievement. We’re proud of you and wish you all the best in your studies.

As I mentioned last week, we will be having a parent meeting on the 24th. This meeting is a general meeting to discuss the squadron activities for the coming month and ideas for next year’s training and other activities. We can talk about some items relating to summer training, but we still don’t have our final list of acceptances. There will also be a final meeting on the 29th of May dedicated to summer training, so most of the conversation can be saved for that date.

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone on Wednesday!

Training Night
24 Apr 19

CAF Member Dress
3B

Cadet Dress
C2B: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C4A: Cdt, LAC, Cpl, FCpl

Training Night Routine

Activity Timings
Building Open, Parade Setup 1815-1830
Fall-in, Inspection, Opening Parade 1830-1845
Period One 1845-1920
Period Two 1925-2000
Break 2000-2015
Period Three 2015-2050
Clean Up Training Areas and Parade Square 2050-2100
Fall-in, Closing 2100-2115
Dismissal 2115

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Capt Lemoine

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO M190.07a M190.07b M190.07c
Description Aircrew Survival Aircrew Survival Aircrew Survival
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO C232.02a C232.02b C208.02
Description Aerospace Engines Aerospace Engines Drill
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO PPC33x PPC33x PPC33x
Description Aviation Subjects PPC Aviation Subjects PPC Aviation Subjects PPC
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO PPC43x PPC43x PPC43x
Description Aviation Subjects PPC Aviation Subjects PPC Aviation Subjects PPC
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
24 Apr 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A Capt Lemoine

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
29 Apr 19 1900-2100 Monday Drill Team Practice 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian (Wedge and Boots) OCdt Couroux
1 May 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2B/C4A Lt Russell

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!