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Carbonear air cadets flying high


Although the 589 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron of Carbonear has decreased in numbers, it hasn’t lost it’s enthusiasm and dedication.

Some-20 members were on parade during the group’s 61st annual ceremonial review (ACR) at Carbonear Sunday, May 31. In near perfect unison, the group marched around the gym playing instruments, carrying flags and keeping near perfect form.

As part of the squadron, the young people age 12 to 18 have participated in different activities over the year, and shared their experiences through demonstrations performed for the audience.

Some have shot rifles in marksmanship, others have taken survival skills training and some will be attending camp this summer in Greenwood, N.S. to participate in some military-style training and excursions.

The group have been meeting weekly since last September and clewed up their year with the ACR. The following are some of the displays that took place at the review.

melissa.jenkins@tc.tc

Some-20 members were on parade during the group’s 61st annual ceremonial review (ACR) at Carbonear Sunday, May 31. In near perfect unison, the group marched around the gym playing instruments, carrying flags and keeping near perfect form.

As part of the squadron, the young people age 12 to 18 have participated in different activities over the year, and shared their experiences through demonstrations performed for the audience.

Some have shot rifles in marksmanship, others have taken survival skills training and some will be attending camp this summer in Greenwood, N.S. to participate in some military-style training and excursions.

The group have been meeting weekly since last September and clewed up their year with the ACR. The following are some of the displays that took place at the review.

melissa.jenkins@tc.tc

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