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76th Annual Gala Diner tickets

Information on getting a Certificates of Insurance
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The Royal Canadian Air Cadets. Forty-four Air Cadet Squadrons in Alberta are now accepting applications - enrolment is free for all youth 12 - 18 years. Interested in leadership? Wanting to be a pilot? Citizenship? Avionics? Sports? Marksmanship? Music? Scholarships and International travel? Biathlon? Free summer camps? Bush survival techniques?

Thinking of becoming a Cadet Instructor? Becoming a community leader?

Taking up a challenging yet rewarding pastime? Then here’s your chance!

The Royal Canadian Air Cadets in Alberta is looking for adult volunteers to become Cadet Instructors.

Forty-four Air Cadet Squadrons in Alberta have instructor vacancies waiting to be filled. If you are a secondary or post-secondary instructor, recreation/sports or fitness program leader or a community or social service worker, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canadian Military (regular or retired), tinker, tailor, candlestick maker, then you may apply join a Squadron near you and contribute to the greatest youth organization in Canada! All applicants must pass the Enhanced Security Screening (to work with young people), must be willing to avail yourself to the cadets for one or two evenings per week and have a desire to enhance the lives of goal-orientated 12 – 18 year-olds, then the Royal Canadian Air Cadets has a vacancy for you!

At Alberta Air Cadet Squadrons, we constantly assess our past achievements, implement changes to meet the challenges of today and make plans for the future. And a huge part of that planning is you. As the backbone of our organisation we’re always on the lookout for high-calibre individuals to become volunteers, helping to run the activities that play such an important role in the lives of our young members.

Many different people make up our volunteer staff, coming from a range of backgrounds and interests. Obviously if you have direct experience of working with young people, or any relevant skills such as flying, gliding or Leadership, you would be particularly welcome. These aren’t essential though, as we will train and support you at every stage.

To learn more contact us soon!

Information about the New Robert (Bob) Barraclough Air Cadet Leadership Scholarship

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Information about the Cadet Renewal Process

If you need to complete your Year-End report and do not have access, please send Kevin D ( your user name, your squadron number/name and your position in the squadron and he will set you up

Information about our Industry Partners

New Honors and Awards Handbook - April 2012

New Postal address
Alberta Provincial Committee
Air Cadet League of Canada
P.O. Box 38120
#725, 500 Country Hills Blvd. NE
Calgary, AB T3K 5G9

Interested in becoming a CIC Officer and Cadet here for more info

Chief Reserves and Cadets - Video Message June 2014
88 Airdrie on Global News
952 WestJet Squadron celebrated their first ACR
The Alberta Provincial Effective Speaking Competition held in Red Deer 6 May 2013
Honorary Col George Canyon Reviewing Officer for 187 Foothills Squadron
Future of the Air Cadet Flying Program
Alberta Provincial Effective Speaking Competition - April 6, 2013
83 Juno Beach Squadron receives Sennheiser Canada Squadron Band Award
Lieutenant governor Donald S. Ethell and Minister Rona Ambrose present the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal to WO2 Hussein Merchant of 699 Jasper Place Squadron.
WO1 Tyler Chappell and Capt Bryan Lynch receiving Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal
Map of the new NorthWest Region (formerly Priarie Region)
The Shepherd - An Airforce Christmas Story
Air Cadet Wrap packages at Edmonton International Airport
HART (Honouring Allies and Remembering Together) Ceremony, 1 Dec 2012 at the Coutts/Sweet Grass International Border
Warrant Officer First Class Tyler Chappell from 577 Squadron Grande Prairie, Alberta will be receiving the Queen Diamond Jubilee medal
City of Brooks renames street in honour of 239 Brooks Squadron
2012 AGM
Watch Rick Mercer from CBC's Rick Mercer Report gliding at the Netook Gliding Centre
Cadet memories from Panoka
Rick Mercer Glides with 903 Strathmore Sqn and 185 Olds Sqn RCACS
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