Commanding Officer's Inspection
Wednesday, May 03, 2017 18:30 to 21:30
What is a Parade Night?
Cadets meet at our parade location on weeknights throughout the school year. Cadets normally meet in their issued uniforms. There is a opening parade followed by three periods of instruction, and a closing parade with announcements. The parade nights follow the Royal Canadian Air Cadet training schedule in a variety of subjects. These classes tend to be more theory based. Attendance and performance is used in the completion of the cadets mandatory training proficiency. Parade nights are open to all 12 Edmonton Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron Cadets.Timings:
|1815 - 1830 hrs ||Arrival of cadets|
|1830 - 1855 hrs ||Opening Parade starts (P&I, Roll Call)|
|1900-1930 hrs||CO Inspection|
|2100hrs||Closing Parade starts|
|2130hrs ||All cadets must be picked up by their parents|
Items to Bring: Notepad and pen
|Dress: C-1 Ceremonial Dress|
C-1 ORDER OF DRESS CEREMONIAL DRESS
Wedge, shirt with tie, tunic, trousers with belt, boots and grey wool socks. Worn with medals and pins on tunic. Worn with cloth or embroidered Pilot Wings. Worn wit name tag. Gloves and all season jacket may be worn.
Occasions of wear:
Formal Ceremonies or Parades, Guard of Honour, Church services or Parades, Funerals, or other occasions as ordered.
Activity Classification: This activity has been classified as Mandatory.
Mandatory training is a scheme of activities that is requisite for squadrons,
and in some instances specialized TEs, to conduct and for cadets to accomplish in order to
complete the Proficiency Level Program.
As a criteria to pass their Proficiency Level, Cadets must achieve a minimum of 60% attendance on all Mandatory and Complementary Training Activities.
Sunday, April 30, 2017 to Saturday, May 06, 2017
Stage 4 Marksmanship Championship