Category Archives: Training

NGTA Cadet Correspondent Workshop

For those cadets who have an interest in learning more about public relations, specifically in terms of promoting the squadron and the cadet program in general, the following workshop is available. If you’re interested, please let me know as soon as you can.

  1. The NGTA cadet correspondent workshop will be held from 16-17 Nov 2019 at RCSCC Iron Duke, located at 451 Elizabeth Street, Burlington ON L7R 2L8.
  2. The deadline for registration has been set at 12 Nov 2019.
  3. Priority for cadets should be:
    1. cadets should be in their third or fourth year,
    2. have skills in communications, and
    3. be positive examples of the program in the public eye.
  4. Cadets will learn to become storytellers and program ambassadors for the local squadron to strengthen your local public affairs (PA) goals, and have opportunities to support their Area Unit Public Affairs Representative (UPAR) and local competitions.
  5. Cadets will be own means to and from to venue each day.
  6. Lunch will be provided.

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 3 Mar 19

Date
3 Mar 19

RO Number
19-09

Summary

I’ve just received the results from the Zone 7 Marksmanship Competition on Saturday. Our team came in 7th out of 14 teams, which is a great showing considering the limited practice time that we had available. Congratulations to everyone on the team! Thanks to CV Carbone, Lt Russell, and Capt Palumbo for helping to bring it all together. Special thanks also go to OCdt Couroux for hauling air rifles from place to place before competition day.

Due to last week’s weather-related cancellation, we’re picking up this week with the same schedule. We’re going to forego the CO’s Parade in March in the interest of getting more training done.

Also, we’re in the last week before March Break and I’m working out a few possible activities for the week. I’ll be speaking with cadets on Monday and Wednesday to determine availability before putting together a final schedule.

Training Night
6 Mar 19

CAF Member Dress
3C

Cadet Dress
C2: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C3: Cdt, 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: Lt Russell

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO M130.03a M130.03b M108.08
Description Aviation Aviation Drill
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO M270.03a M270.03b M207.03
Description Aircraft Manufacturing/Maintenance Aircraft Manufacturing/Maintenance General Cadet Knowledge
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M337.01 C309.06a C309.06b
Description Air Navigation Instructional Techniques (Drill) Instructional Techniques (Drill)
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M409.03a M409.03a M436.01
Description Instructional Techniques Instructional Techniques Meteorology
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
4 Mar 19 1900-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian (Wedge and Boots) OCdt Couroux
6 Mar 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 Lt Russell

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 24 Feb 19

Date
24 Feb 19

RO Number
19-08

Summary

I’m happy to report that we had a successful aviation exercise at the Cadet Youth Development Centre in Waterloo this weekend. We had to cut the trip a few hours short due to weather considerations, but it that didn’t take away from everyone’s education and enjoyment over the weekend.

Captain Palumbo can’t make it out on Monday, so instead of splitting the optional training night between the Drill Tem and the Marksmanship Team, we’re going to do a full two-hour session for the Drill Team. The Marksmanship Team will get a full two-hour session of their own on Thursday night in preparation for the Zone 7/8 Marksmanship Competition on Saturday. We don’t have access to the HQ for this, so we’ll be doing a Throwback Thursday and returning to an old HQ location and using the Old Virgil Public School Gym for the evening.

Training Night
27 Feb 19

CAF Member Dress
3C

Cadet Dress
C2: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C3: Cdt, 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: Lt Russell

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO M130.03a M130.03b M108.08
Description Aviation Aviation Drill
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO M270.03a M270.03b M207.03
Description Aircraft Manufacturing/Maintenance Aircraft Manufacturing/Maintenance General Cadet Knowledge
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M337.01 C309.06a C309.06b
Description Air Navigation Instructional Techniques (Drill) Instructional Techniques (Drill)
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M409.03a M409.03a M436.01
Description Instructional Techniques Instructional Techniques Meteorology
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
25 Feb 19 1900-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian (Wedge and Boots) OCdt Couroux
27 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 Lt Russell
28 Feb 19 2100-2100 Thursday Optional Training Night
(Marksmanship Team)
Old Virgil Public School Gym Civilian CV Carbone
2 Mar 19 0800–1700 Saturday Zone 7/8 Marksmanship Competition Lake Street Armoury
St. Catharines
Civilian TBD

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
4 Mar 19 1900-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian (Wedge and Boots) OCdt Couroux
6 Mar 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 OCdt Nicolescu

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 17 Feb 19

Date
17 Feb 19

RO Number
19-07

Summary

Congratulations once again to our Effective Speaking Competition winners and thank you to all of the cadets who participated. All of you made for an insightful and enjoyable evening for everyone who attended. I believe Mrs. Mehrotra was overheard saying that this was her favourite event of the year and I’m sure she’s not alone in that thinking.

I hope everyone is enjoying their long weekend. With that in mind, I’d like to remind everyone that there will be no training on Monday, 18 Feb. We’ll be back for regular training on the 20th, and we have a packed week from there. Thursday, 21 Feb will be a full night of practice and try-outs for the Marksmanship Team. Friday the 22nd to Saturday the 24th is our spring Aviation Weekend at the CYDC in Waterloo, and we’re back to Drill Team and Marksmanship Team practice on the 25th.

Heads-up for all cadets and parents/guardians. I’ll be working on final planning for March Break Activities next weekend and would like a rough idea of how many cadets will be participating. If you’re going to be in town and want to come out for some March Break fun, please let me know on Wednesday.

Training Night
20 Feb 19

CAF Member Dress
3C

Cadet Dress
C2: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C3: Cdt, 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: Lt Russell

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO M108.04 M130.01a M130.01b
Description Drill Aviation Aviation
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO M270.02a M270.02b M203.07
Description Aircraft Manufacturing/Maintenance Aircraft Manufacturing/Maintenance Leadership
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M309.07c C309.05a C309.05b
Description Instructional Techniques Instructional Techniques Instructional Techniques
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M432.01 M432.02 M432.03
Description Aero Engine Systems Aero Engine Systems Aero Engine Systems
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
20 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 CV Carbone
21 Feb 19 1900-2100 Thursday Optional Training Night
(Marksmanship Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian CV Carbone
22-24 Feb 19 Friday-Sunday CYDC Aviation Weekend 822 Squadron HQ (Waterloo Airport) Civilian Capt Lemoine

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
25 Feb 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian (Wedge and Boots) OCdt Couroux
25 Feb 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Marksmanship Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian CV Carbone
27 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 Capt Lemoine

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS
Immortal!

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 10 Feb 19

Date
10 Feb 19

RO Number
19-06

Summary

This week’s summary is largely the same as last week’s. The weather may have halted things for a night, but we’re picking up where we left off. Hopefully, everyone managed to stay safe and warm.

Our next few optional training nights will be split between drill team practice from 1900h-2000h (7:00pm-8:00pm) and marksmanship team practice from 2000h-2100h (8:00pm-9:00pm). There will be no optional training on the 18th (Family Day) but we will attempt to find an alternate night that week.

On Wednesday, we’ll once again attempt to hold our local Effective Speaking Competition and have invited the community to attend. Time permitting, there will also be a CO’s Parade at the end of the night.

For those cadets participating in the Effective Speaking Competition, don’t forget to bring your completed competition form with you on Wednesday.

Training Night
13 Feb 19

CAF Member Dress
1A

Cadet Dress
C1: 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
Level One PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
11 Feb 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
11 Feb 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Marksmanship Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian CV Carbone
13 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C1 CV Carbone

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
20 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 CV Carbone
21 Feb 19 1900-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Marksmanship Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian CV Carbone
22-24 Feb 19 Friday-Sunday CYDC Aviation Weekend 822 Squadron HQ (Waterloo Airport) Civilian Capt Lemoine

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 3 Feb 19

Date
3 Feb 19

RO Number
19-05

Summary

This Monday night will be split between effective speaking preparation from 1900h-2000h (7:00pm-8:00pm) and drill team practice from 2000h-2100h (8:00pm-9:00pm) for this week, but will switch to Drill Team practice and Marksmanship Team practice beginning next week.

On Wednesday, we’ll be having our local Effective Speaking Competition and have invited the community to attend. Time permitting, there will also be a CO’s Parade at the end of the night. Lt Russell will be handling the evening as I’ll be away on business for the bulk of the week.

For those cadets participating in next week’s Effective Speaking Competition, Mrs. Gowans has asked me to remind you to bring your completed competition form with you on Wednesday.

In other news, we’re only two weeks out from our Cadet Youth Development Centre aviation weekend! I’m getting excited already and you should be too!

Training Night
6 Feb 19

CAF Member Dress
1A

Cadet Dress
C1: 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
Level One PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO O410.05 O410.05 CX20.01
Description Effective Speaking Competition Effective Speaking Competition CO’s Parade
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
4 Feb 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Effective Speaking)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Mrs. Gowans
4 Feb 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
6 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C1 Lt Russell

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
11 Feb 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
11 Feb 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Marksmanship Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian CV Carbone
13 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 CV Carbone

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 27 Jan 19

Date
27 Jan 19

RO Number
19-04

Summary
The Niagara Air Group (NAG) Sports Competition has come and gone. Thanks very much to OCdt Couroux for supervising for the day. All reports indicate that a lot of fun was had but we, unfortunately, had a casualty. We’re all wishing him a speedy recovery.

Monday nights will be split between effective speaking preparation from 1900h-2000h *7:00pm-8:00pm) and drill team practice from 2000h-2100h (8:00pm-9:00pm) for the next two weeks leading up to our squadron effective speaking competition on the 6th of February.

Training Night
30 Jan 19

CAF Member Dress
3C

Cadet Dress
C2: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C3: 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: OCdt Couroux

Training Night Schedule

Period 1
1845-1915
Period 2
1925-1955
Period 3
2015-2045
Level One PO/EO M107.06 M108.03 M129.01
Description General Cadet Knowledge Drill Phonetic Alphabet
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO C208.02f M203.06a M203.06b
Description Drill Leadership Leadership
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M309.06c M308.02 C331.03
Description Instructional Techniques Drill Principles of Flight
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M409.01a M409.01b M408.01a
Description Instructional Techniques Instructional Techniques Drill
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
27 Jan 19 Sunday Niagara Icewine Festival Bottle Pickup Niagara-on-the-Lake Old Town Civilian (Cadet Toque) Mr. Zalepa
28 Jan 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Effective Speaking)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Mrs. Gowans
28 Jan 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
30 Jan 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 OCdt Couroux
2 Feb 19 Saturday Niagara Cadet Winter Gala Lake Street Armoury C8 TBA

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
4 Feb 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Effective Speaking)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Mrs. Gowans
4 Feb 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
6 Feb 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night (Effective Speaking Competition and CO’s Parade) 809 HQ (CNC) C1 CV Carbone

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 20 Jan 19

Date
20 Jan 19

RO Number
19-03

Summary
We’re now in the final week leading up to the Niagara Air Group (NAG) Sports Competition. We’ll be running sports team practice on Monday night from 2000h-2100h (8pm-9pm) following Drill Team practice. We will be taking the entire evening on Wednesday to conduct our Flight Sports Competition and get some extra practice in before the event on Saturday. If there is any cadet who won’t be able to make the Saturday competition, please let me know right away.

National course interviews are coming up on 26 Jan and mock interviews will take place at 1900h (7:00pm) on Tuesday night at 809 HQ.

Thanks to everyone who volunteered to pick up bottles after the first weekend of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Ice Wine Festival. If you’re available for next week’s pickup, please don’t hesitate to sign up at the following link: https://809cadets.ca/events/event-sign-ups/.

Cadets who are interested in the Niagara Cadet Winter Gala on 2 Feb 19 at the Lake Street Armoury should bring their money for tickets in on Wednesday evening. Tickets are $25 each. Once again, dress code will be semi-formal or C8 mess dress.

Training Night
23 Jan 19

CAF Member Dress
Sports Gear or CADPAT

Cadet Dress
Sports Gear: 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
Level One PO/EO MX05.01a MX05.01b MX05.01c
Description Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition
Level Two PO/EO MX05.01a MX05.01b MX05.01c
Description Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition
Level Three PO/EO MX05.01a MX05.01b MX05.01c
Description Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition
Level Four PO/EO MX05.01a MX05.01b MX05.01c
Description Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition Flight Sports Competition

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
21 Jan 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
21 Jan 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Sports)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian or Sports Gear WO2 Carbone
23 Jan 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night
(Flight Sports Competition)
809 HQ (CNC) Sports Gear OCdt Nicolescu
26 Jan 19 0630-1800 Saturday Niagara Air Group (NAG) Sports Competition Cayuga Secondary School Sports Gear OCdt Couroux
26 Jan 19 Saturday National Course Interviews TBA C1 TBA

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
27 Jan 19 Sunday Niagara Icewine Festival Bottle Pickup Niagara-on-the-Lake Old Town Civilian (Cadet Toque) Mr. Zalepa
28 Jan 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
28 Jan 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Sports)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian or Sports Gear WO2 Carbone
30 Jan 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 OCdt Couroux
2 Feb 19 Saturday Niagara Cadet Winter Gala Lake Street Armoury C8 TBA

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 13 Jan 19

Date
13 Jan 19

RO Number
19-02

Summary
Thanks to everyone who came out on Saturday and helped to make our winter bottle drive a success! When the squadron and our extended family come together, there’s very little we can’t accomplish. Hopefully, we’ll have some final numbers on funds raised by our regular training night this week.

For the next few Mondays leading up to the Niagara Air Group (NAG) Sports Competition, we’ll be splitting the evening between Drill Team Practice and Sports Practice. We’ve got trophies to keep and we aren’t going to give them up to anyone else without a serious challenge.

Cadets who have applied for national courses need to know that the interviews are coming up on 26 Jan. We’ll arrange for mock interviews for you to practice your presentation before the interviews themselves. Unfortunately, the interviews are in direct conflict with the sports competition, so you won’t be able to make the trip to Cayuga with us that day.

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Ice Wine Festival being held over the next two weekends has generously offered to donate the empty bottles from the event to us, so Mr. Zalepa is looking for a few volunteers on each Sunday to assist with the pickup. If you’re available, sign-up sheets have been posted here: https://809cadets.ca/events/event-sign-ups/.

Lastly, the Niagara Cadet Winter Gala is coming up on 2 Feb 19 at the Lake Street Armoury and tickets ($25 each) will become available in the next couple of weeks. A number of cadets have expressed interest already and it’s shaping up to be an exciting event. I highly recommend attending if you can. Dress code will be semi-formal or C8 mess dress.

Training Night
16 Jan 19

CAF Member Dress
3C

Cadet Dress
C2: Sgt, FSgt, WO2, WO1
C3: 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 M107.03 M308.01b M308.01c
Description General Cadet Knowledge Drill (Squad) Drill (Squad)
Level Two PO/EO M203.05 M308.01b M308.01c
Description Leadership Drill (Squad) Drill (Squad)
Level Three PO/EO M308.01a M308.01b M308.01c
Description Drill Drill Drill
Level Four PO/EO M409.02a M409.02b M408.04
Description Instructional Techniques Instructional Techniques Drill

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
14 Jan 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
14 Jan 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Sports)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian or Sports Gear WO2 Carbone
16 Jan 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C3 Capt Lemoine
20 Jan 19 Sunday Niagara Icewine Festival Bottle Pickup Niagara-on-the-Lake Old Town Civilian (Cadet Toque) Mr. Zalepa

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
21 Jan 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Drill Team)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
WO1 Couroux
21 Jan 19 2000-2100 Monday Optional Training Night
(Sports)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian or Sports Gear WO2 Carbone
23 Jan 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night
(Inter-Flight Sports Competition)
809 HQ (CNC) Sports Gear OCdt Nicolescu
26 Jan 19 0630-1800 Saturday Niagara Air Group (NAG) Sport Competition Cayuga Secondary School Sports Gear OCdt Couroux
26 Jan 19 Saturday National Course Interviews TBA C1 TBA
27 Jan 19 Sunday Niagara Icewine Festival Bottle Pickup Niagara-on-the-Lake Old Town Civilian (Cadet Toque) Mr. Zalepa
2 Feb 19 Saturday Niagara Cadet Winter Gala Lake Street Armoury C8 TBA

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS

Weekly Routine Orders – Week of 6 Jan 19

Date
6 Jan 19

RO Number
19-01

Summary
Welcome back! Here’s hoping everyone had a great Christmas and is enjoying what we’ve had so far of the new year.

January isn’t a heavy month, but we have a few upcoming activities.

  • CO’s Parade on the 9th. Let’s make sure everyone gets back into practice and, just as importantly, that everyone’s uniforms still fit properly.
  • Winter Bottle Drive on the 12th. This is one of our mandatory fundraisers and so it’s important that all cadets (and as many parents as possible) are participating.
  • NAG Sports Competition on the 26th. We took away four out of five trophies last year. Let’s see if we can keep them, and maybe add a fifth, this year.

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone’s return. Remember, if you know anyone else who you think might benefit from our program, don’t hesitate to invite them out.

Training Night
9 Jan 19 (CO’s Parade)

CAF Member Dress
1A

Cadet Dress
C1: 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
Level One PO/EO M103.01 M106.01 CX20.01
Description Leadership Marksmanship CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Two PO/EO M203.03 M207.04 CX20.01
Description Leadership General Cadet Knowledge CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Three PO/EO M309.06a M309.06b CX20.01
Description Instructional Techniques Instructional Techniques CO’s Parade
Instructor
Level Four PO/EO M408.03 M431.01 CX20.01
Description Drill Principles of Flight CO’s Parade
Instructor

This Week’s Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
7 Jan 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Effective Speaking)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Mrs. Gowans
7 Jan 19 2000-2100 Monday Drill Team 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
OCdt Couroux
9 Jan 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night
and CO’s Parade
809 HQ (CNC) C1 Lt Russell
12 Jan 19 0900-1600 Saturday Winter Bottle Drive Van Noort Greenhouses Civilian (Cadet Toque) Capt Lemoine

Upcoming Activities

Date Day Activity Location Dress OIC
14 Jan 19 1900-2000 Monday Optional Training Night
(Effective Speaking)
809 HQ (CNC) Civilian Mrs. Gowans
14 Jan 19 2000-2100 Monday Drill Team 809 HQ (CNC) Civilian
(Boots and Wedge)
OCdt Couroux
16 Jan 19 1830-2100 Wednesday Mandatory Training Night 809 HQ (CNC) C2/C4 Capt Lemoine

J. Lemoine
Captain
Commanding Officer
809 Newark RCACS