Category Archives: Routine Orders

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 19 May 2022

Date
29 May 2022

RO Number
2022-20

CO’s Message

Good evening!

Well, here goes my first WRO.   Let’s see how it goes.

After all the excitement of last week, were starting to wind things down and head into summer shut down.   However, we still have one item left on the board, Saturday’s bottle drive.

After the bottle drive, we’ll be on summer shutdown.  There will be no further squadron activities until Wednesday, September 7 (the first Wednesday after Labour Day).

To the Cadets attending summer training, good luck on your courses and have fun.   We know you’ll do 809 Squadron proud.

Bottle Drive:

The bottle drive is an important fundraiser for 809 squadron.   The bulk of the money we raise comes from initiative.   This is where we get the money to attend special events like the Top Gun Maverick showing, and the Cadet Day at Canada’s Wonderland.    It’s also where we get the money for training activities like FTX’s and flying.   Most of all, it is what keeps us operating as a squadron and pays for our headquarters.   Without the fundraising, we wouldn’t be able to run the program.

Because of it’s importance, we’re requesting that all cadets attend.   We’re also requesting parents/guardians participate as well.   We’ll need help sorting bottles, picking up bottles at off-site locations, and to help at pick up locations.     Bring your trucks and cargo trailers if you can.

Here’s the info:
Where: VanNoorts (Corner of Hunter Rd & 4 Mile Creek Rd, Niagara On The Lake)
Time: Saturday, June 04, 0830 (8:30am) – Approx 1400 (2pm)
Who: All cadets, staff, SSC & Parents

This is considered a mandatory activity. If you cannot attend, please call the squadron to advise of your absence.

Make sure all attendees complete registration as usual.

Mr. Abt will be in charge of the event, with Capt Lemoine supervising.  I won’t be around as I’m heading off to Trenton for my Air Environmental Training Course (AETC for short).

This is some additional information from Mr Abt’s post on our Facebook page:


Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

This Week’s Activities:

DATE DAY ACTIVITY LOCATION DRESS OIC
04JUN2022 SATURDAY BOTTLE DRIVE VanNOORTS Warehouse

Corner of Hunter Rd & 4 Mile Creek Rd, NOTL

Civilian Capt Lemoine

Upcoming Activities:

DATE DAY ACTIVITY LOCATION DRESS OIC
07SEP2022 WEDNESDAY PARADE NIGHT SQUADRON HQ CADETS:C3B

CAF:3B

CI: GOLF SHIRT & KHAKIS

LT COUROUX

This will be the last WRO for this training year.    The next one will be published on the Sunday preceding our next training night.   Have a fun and safe summer.   See you all on September 7.

D Couroux

Lieutenant
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 22 May 2022

Date
22 May 2022

RO Number
2022-19

CO’s Message

Good evening!

This is it! We’re down to our final night of the training year. Wednesday night, is our ACR/Awards/CoC night. Dress will be C1A so make sure your unicorns are properly prepared, your boots are polished, and your at your very best. Make sure that you invite your parents/guardians and come hungry. The SSC has arranged food for the evening.

We’re still under standard COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures, which don’t allow non cadets/staff in the building itself, so we’ll be holding the event outdoors rain or shine.

On Thursday, we have a private screening of the new “Top Gun: Maverick” film at Landmark Cinemas at the Pen Centre. Dress will be C3B and you need to find your way to the cinema by 1730 (5:30pm). The cost of the event has been covered by our more than generous SSC, so take the opportunity to thank them on Wednesday.

We have the go-ahead to go to Cadet Day at Canada’s Wonderland on the 28th. We’ll be finalizing numbers and travel arrangements as soon as possible, so we need to know if you’re coming or not as soon as possible.

I have received only two responses in our Cadets365 migration. For those cadets who have not replied, please review the previous post on the topic.

Finally, this will be my last CO’s message as the role of Commanding Officer will be turned over to Lt Couroux on Wednesday. To the cadets, parents/guardians, staff, and SSC members, I’ve had the privilege of working with over these last five years, thank you. If I don’t get the opportunity to speak to you in person, know that I place immense value in what we’ve accomplished together and have the utmost confidence in Lt Couroux’ commitment and capabilities as my successor.

ACR, Awards, and Change of Command
25 May 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
1A (Ceremonial)

Cadet Dress
C1A

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: CI Dau

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
23 May 2022 Monday Victoria Day (No Training)      
25 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday ACR / Awards Night / CoC 809 HQ 1A/C1A Capt Lemoine
26 May 2022
1830-2115
Thursday Private “Top Gun: Maverick” Screening Landmark Cinemas St. Catharines 3B/C3B Lt Couroux
28 May 2022
0900-2100
Saturday Canada’s Wonderland Trip 809 HQ (Pickup/Dropoff) Civilian Capt Lemoine

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
4 June 2022 Saturday Bottle Drive Royal Canadian Legion Branch 124 Civilian TBD

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 15 May 2022

Date
18 May 2022

RO Number
2022-18

CO’s Message

Good morning!

In preparation for our outing to see the new “Top Gun: Maverick” film next Thursday, we’ll be showing the original “Top Gun” film tonight. If you haven’t seen it, it’s a classic for Air Cadets and was responsible for many cadets joining our program when it came out. Everyone wanted to be Maverick… and if you don’t know who he is, you need to come out tonight to find out. Canteen will be open and popcorn will be served.

Wednesday night, we’re in final preparations for our ACR/Awards/CoC night next week. Dress will be C3 dress for the evening.

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone tonight and on Wednesday!

SWO’s Message

Hello cadets! It’s our last week before our annual ceremonial review which mean we need to get prepared. Remember to keep working on your uniforms for this Wednesday and get ready for some learning. We’re going to be teaching you all you need to know to prepare for our final parade of the year. I hope to see you all on Monday and Wednesday.

Regular Training Night
11 May 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
3B (Service)

Cadet Dress
C3

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 C432.03 C436.02  
Description ACR Preparation ACR Preparation ACR Preparation
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
16 May 2022
1830-2115
Monday Squadron “Top Gun” Movie Night 809 HQ Civilian Capt Lemoine
18 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 3B/C3 Lt Russell

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
23 May 2022 Monday Victoria Day (No Training)      
25 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday ACR / Awards Night / CoC 809 HQ 1A/C1A Capt Lemoine
26 May 2022
1830-2115
Saturday
0700-1800
Private “Top Gun: Maverick” Screening Landmark Cinemas St. Catharines 3B/C3B Lt Couroux

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 8 May 2022

Date
8 May 2022

RO Number
2022-17

CO’s Message

Good evening!

Reports have it that there were some excited cadets this weekend at the CC130J Hercules familiarization flight. Other than some miscommunication that we still need to get to the bottom of, it was a very successful event. Thanks go to Lt Couroux and CI Dau for serving as escorts on Saturday.

We’ve got an optional training night on Monday at 1900 (7:00pm) with a mixture of activities, including some drill and some squadron sports. Optional training nights are more casual and will not be uniformed. Standard civilian garb is appropriate.

Wednesday night, we’re back to regular training, but are switching to C3B dress for the evening as we begin to prepare for our Annual Ceremonial Review. We won’t be switching back to C5 dress for the remainder of the training year, so make sure everything fits.

See everyone on Wednesday!

Regular Training Night
11 May 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
3B (Operational)

Cadet Dress
C3B

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Lt Nicolescu

Training Night Schedule

  Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO M130.04/td>

C130.03  
Description Watch “On Canadian Wings” Segment Watch “On Canadian Wings” Segment Activity at SWO’s Discretion
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO M231.02a M231.02b  
Description Describe the Production of Lift by an Aircraft Wing Describe the Production of Lift by an Aircraft Wing Activity at SWO’s Discretion
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO C331.03 C340.08  
Description Identify Aspects of Helicopter Aerodynamics Describe Aspects of the International Space Station (ISS) Activity at SWO’s Discretion
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO C432.03 C436.02  
Description Describe Gas Turbine Engines Describe Severe Weather Conditions Activity at SWO’s Discretion
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
9 May 2022
1900-2115
Monday Optional Training Night 809 HQ Civilian CI Dau
11 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 3B/C3B Lt Nicolescu

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
16 May 2022
1830-2115
Monday Squadron “Top Gun” Movie Night 809 HQ Civilian Capt Lemoine
18 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 3/C3 Lt Russell
23 May 2022 Monday Victoria Day (No Training)      
25 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday ACR / Awards Night / CoC 809 HQ 1A/C1A Capt Lemoine
26 May 2022
1830-2115
Saturday
0700-1800
Private “Top Gun: Maverick” Screening Landmark Cinemas St. Catharines 3B/C3B Lt Couroux

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Correction

The WROs this week indicated in one section that the regular training night would be the 3rd rather than the 4th of May. This was a typo. There is no training tonight and we will have our regular training night tomorrow. Please accept my apology for the error.

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 1 May 2022

Date
1 May 2022

RO Number
2022-16

CO’s Message

Good afternoon!

We had a really good time last week between bowling and a last-minute rework of our training night. I’m particularly glad to see our attendance picking up again.

With the exception of one end-of-year activity that’s still in the planning stages, I’ve populated all of the squadron activities for the rest of the training year in the “Upcoming Activities” section of the WROs. Take a close look. As of next week, we’re back in our blue uniforms and slowly moving up to proper dress for our Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR), Awards Night, and Change of Command on the 25th of May. If you haven’t taken the opportunity to find out what fits and what doesn’t, do it this week so that you can see CI Dau about getting replacements for the things that don’t.

This Wednesday, we have a special activity night planned. They have some aviation and aerospace ideas revolving around the significance of May 4th. (I’m thinking that Lt Couroux might have some understanding of such things.) Make sure you come out and see what they have planned.

Last week, the pictures below were posted to get everyone excited about the RCAF familiarization flights this Saturday! We’ve got a bus picking us up at 0715 that Saturday morning and we’re heading down to London International Airport to catch a ride. Cadets attending should be wearing C5 uniform, C3B if they don’t have a complete C5 uniform, and (as a last resort) black pants and a white shirt if they have neither. Cadets who find themselves in that last category need to see both CI Dau and myself this Wednesday.

Participating cadets need to be at 809 HQ at 0700 on Saturday morning at the latest in proper attire, with a snack bag for the trip, a refillable water bottle, and their Ontario health cards. If any of these are missing, the cadet will not board the bus. Don’t leave things at home.


See everyone on Wednesday!

Regular Training Night
4 May 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
5 (Operational)

Cadet Dress
C5 (FTU)

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Lt Couroux

Training Night Schedule

  Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO      
Description Special Activities Special Activities Special Activities
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO      
Description Special Activities Special Activities Special Activities
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO      
Description Special Activities Special Activities Special Activities
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO      
Description Special Activities Special Activities Special Activities
Instructor
Level Five PO/EO      
Description Special Activities Special Activities Special Activities
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
4 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 5/C5 Lt Couroux
7 May 2022
0700-1800
Saturday CC130 / CC177 Familiarization Flights London International Airport (YXU) 5/C5 Lt Couroux

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
9 May 2022
1900-2115
Monday Optional Training Night 809 HQ Civilian CI Dau
11 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 3B/C3B Lt Nicolescu
16 May 2022
1830-2115
Monday Squadron “Top Gun” Movie Night 809 HQ Civilian Capt Lemoine
18 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 3/C3 Lt Russell
23 May 2022 Monday Victoria Day (No Training)      
25 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday ACR / Awards Night / CoC 809 HQ 1A/C1A Capt Lemoine
26 May 2022
1830-2115
Saturday
0700-1800
Private “Top Gun: Maverick” Screening Landmark Cinemas St. Catharines 3B/C3B Lt Couroux

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 24 April 2022

Date
25 April 2022

RO Number
2022-15

CO’s Message

Good afternoon!

It’s time to bring on the fun! Tonight’s all about the bowling at Parkway Social in St. Catharines. We’ll be throwing balls down the lanes from 1900 (7pm) to 2100 (9pm) so bring your competitive spirit and an appetite because there will be food! We’re still subject to COVID-19 precautionary procedures, so do the on-line check-in below just as if you were coming to training on Wednesday and definitely bring a mask. When you’re not eating, mask wear and physical distancing are still required.

On Wednesday, we’re returning to some regular aviation subject training to get you into into the theme of our next big activity… RCAF familiarization flying on the 7th of May! We’ve got a bus picking us up at 0715 that Saturday morning and we’re heading down to London International Airport to get a ride on one of these.


If there’s ever a time to be excited about aviation, this is the time! We’ll discuss the details on Wednesday.

See you on tonight!

Regular Training Night
27 April 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
5 (Operational)

Cadet Dress
C5 (FTU)

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 M160.03a M160.03b  
Description Construct a Model Aerodrome Construct a Model Aerodrome Squadron Drill
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO C203.03a C203.03b  
Description Discuss Characteristics of a Leader Discuss Characteristics of a Leader Squadron Drill
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M370.01 M370.02  
Description Identify Components of the Pitot Static System Identify Aircraft Manufacturers Squadron Drill
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M436.02a M436.02b  
Description Describe Air Masses and Fronts Describe Air Masses and Fronts Squadron Drill
Instructor
Level Five PO/EO C504.01a C504.01b  
Description Reflect Upon Personal Fitness and Healthy Living Reflect Upon Personal Fitness and Healthy Living Squadron Drill
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
25 April 2022
1900-2100
Monday Bowling Night! Parkway Social, 327 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON L2R 5L3 Civilian Attire Capt Lemoine
27 April 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 5/C5 Capt Lemoine

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
4 May 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 5/C5 Capt Lemoine
7 May 2022
1830-2115
Saturday
0700-1800
CC130 / CC177 Familiarization Flights London International Airport (YXU) 5/C5 TBD

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 17 April 2022

Date
17 April 2022

RO Number
2022-14

CO’s Message

Good evening!

Last week’s fitness testing turnout could have been a lot better. We had a little under half of the squadron in attendance and not nearly enough people taking the time to call in and let us know that they wouldn’t be there. The cadet program is a team effort and everyone needs to be on-board in order for everyone to get the most out of it. If a cadet really can’t be in attendance for something, it is expected that they will call in or email us to let us know. Beginning in the new training year, this will be the difference between being absent with an excuse and being absent. Absences without an excuse will count against a cadet’s flight for the inter-flight competitions when they start again, so it’s best to build good habits now.

This week, we will be conducting a marksmanship night and picking our best shots to participate in the mail-in marksmanship competition series. Lt Nicolescu has provided the linked air rifle handling checklist for cadets with some air rifle marksmanship experience to review. We understand that there are a few cadets who still haven’t had an opportunity to become familiar with the handling of air rifles and they will be given appropriate instruction at the beginning of the evening to ensure that they’re properly prepared to participate.

Cadet Air Rifle Handling Test Assessment Checklist

For proficiency level five (L5) cadets, we’ll be conducting leadership evaluations throughout the evening.

See you on Wednesday!

SWO’s Message

This week we will be doing some marksmanship! If you wear glasses you can wear those normally instead of safety glasses however I suggest you wear contacts if possible as they tend to be easier to shoot in. We will briefly go over rifle safety prior to starting the night as well. Another reminder to check you blues to make sure everything fits and for the new Lac’s to make sure you put the new ranks on your blue tunic. If you need help figuring out how to do so please feel free to email any of the seniors and we can help.

Regular Training Night
20 April 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
5 (Operational)

Cadet Dress
C5 (FTU)

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: CI Dau

Training Night Schedule

  Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO C106.01a C106.01b C106.01c
Description Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO M206.01a M206.01b M206.01c
Description Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M306.01a M306.01b M306.01c
Description Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M406.01a M406.01b M406.01c
Description Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity Participate in a Recreational Marksmanship Activity
Instructor
Level Five PO/EO 503 PC 503 PC 503 PC
Description Leadership PC Leadership PC Leadership PC
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
20 April 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 5/C5 CI Dau

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
25 April 2022
1900-2100
Monday Bowling Night! Parkway Social, 327 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON L2R 5L3 Civilian Attire Capt Lemoine
27 April 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 5/C5 Capt Lemoine

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 10 April 2022

Date
10 April 2022

RO Number
2022-13

CO’s Message

Good afternoon!

Fitness testing is this week and it’s an opportunity to set some goals. We haven’t done proper in-person fitness testing over the last few years, so it will be good to get a baseline for where we are and how we can improve. Testing will cover muscular flexibility in multiple categories as well as cardiovascular fitness and endurance. Cadets who perform well will be awarded Bronze, Silver, Gold or Excellence badges to apply to their blue uniform tunics. We’re not only establishing current fitness standards, but also setting individual targets for improvement in the first part of the next training year.

For senior cadets, remembers that staff and summer training opportunities are still open, but not for much longer. Junior cadets will get the full run-down on the Cadet Activity Program over the next couple of weeks.

SWO’s Message

This week is all about fitness and pushing ourselves so be prepared for some hard work. We get a week off uniforms but you should all still put some time in every week to work on making them look as good as possible. Remember we are going back to blues soon so make sure everything fits now. Most of you have never done a fitness test with us so I’m excited to see how well you all do. See you on Wednesday!

Regular Training Night
13 April 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
PT Attire (T-Shirt, Shorts/Sweatpants, Running Shoes) or 5 (Operational)

Cadet Dress
PT Attire (T-Shirt, Shorts/Sweatpants, Running Shoes)

Duty Personnel
Duty Officer: Lt Russell

Training Night Schedule

  Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO MX04.02a MX04.02b MX04.02c
Description Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO MX04.02a MX04.02b MX04.02c
Description Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO MX04.02a MX04.02b MX04.02c
Description Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO MX04.02a MX04.02b MX04.02c
Description Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment
Instructor
Level Five PO/EO MX04.02a MX04.02b MX04.02c
Description Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment Cadet Fitness Assessment
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
13 April 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night (Fitness Testing) 809 HQ PT Attire Lt Russell

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
20 April 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 5/C5 CI Dau

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 3 April 2022

Date
5 April 2022

RO Number
2022-12

CO’s Message

Good afternoon!

This week is all about instructional techniques, with some uniform preparation thrown in for good measure. Junior cadets will be sitting as students for the first two periods while the more senior cadets are evaluated on their ability to deliver a lesson. Period three will be devoted to refreshing (and, in many cases, establishing) some uniform care techniques. There will be a few occasions coming up over the next little while where we’ll be in our dress blues, so it’ll be more than useful to know how to properly wear and care.

See you on Wednesday!

SWO’s Message

All cadets need to bring in their issued polish kits and combat boot paste to this week’s training night. We will be working on uniforms and going in depth on some tips and trick the seniors have collected. Keep working on your uniforms until then and I hope to see you all this week.

Regular Training Night
6 April 2022 1830

Registration

All attendees must complete the Ontario COVID-19 School Screening form and check in for all in-person activities using the Registration for In-Person Events form. Cadets must complete the school screening as students. Staff must complete the school screening as employees. Confirmation should be emailed to the squadron email box.

Ontario COVID-19 School Screening Form
Ontario COVID-19 School Screening

In-Person Activity Check-In Form
In-Person Activity Registration

CAF Member Dress
5 (Operational)

Cadet Dress
C5 (Civilian if C5 dress hasn’t been issued.)

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 M309.07 M409.05  
Description Instruct a 15-Minute Lesson Instruct a 30-Minute Lesson Uniform Refresher
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO M409.05 M409.05  
Description Instruct a 30-Minute Lesson Instruct a 30-Minute Lesson Uniform Refresher
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M309.07 M409.05  
Description Instruct a 15-Minute Lesson Instruct a 30-Minute Lesson Uniform Refresher
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M409.05 M409.05  
Description Instruct a 30-Minute Lesson Instruct a 30-Minute Lesson Uniform Refresher
Instructor
Level Five PO/EO C560.02a C560.02b  
Description Examine the Canadian Bush Pilot Industry Examine the Canadian Bush Pilot Industry Uniform Refresher
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
6 April 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night 809 HQ 5/C5 Lt Nicolescu

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
13 April 2022
1830-2115
Wednesday Regular Training Night (Fitness Testing) 809 HQ PT Attire Lt Russell

J Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
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