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Royal Canadian army cadets.
Transcript of Royal Canadian army cadets.
How the cadets organization help and make a difference: They help in the community
They volunteer their time with remembrance day ceremonies, poppy drives and also march in local parades.
They help with organizations like the Royal Canadian Legion, and Canadian Army Family Auxiliary with the children's Christmas party.
Royal Canadian Army Cadets.
This is a picture of a few of the civilian instructors from 2951
(2951 is a Corps)
The Royal Canadian Army Cadets goal is to help people from 12-18. They help with training for the army , self-confidence, self-respect , respect for others, responsibility,pride in canadian citizen ship. The cadet officers and civilian instructors volunteer there time to help the cadets for training for camps, first aid, survival training, marksmanship, military drill, teamwork, leader ship, about guns/ how to fire it and of course fun! The other thing that is amazing about army cadets is its FREE! There is no charges for joining and your uniform is FREE!
What I hope the 2951 Cadet Corp would use $1,000,000 for is to build a bigger training facility, get better equipment for camping expeditions like canoes, kayaks, tents, camping stoves e.c.t, and safety equipment like helmets, life jackets and fist aid kits. They could use some of the money to go on educational trips like The Vimy Ridge memorial in Vimy France. They could also buy communication devices since they are a signals corps. Signals are the communication specialists of the canadian armed forces.