699 Jasper Place Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron - Level One Handbook 2019/2020

 
699 Jasper Place Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron - Level One Handbook 2019/2020
699 Jasper Place

         Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron

                   Level One Handbook
                       2019/2020

8 September 2019
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Contents
Commanding Officer’s Welcome ........................................................................................ 3
Abbreviations and Acronyms .............................................................................................. 4
Definitions ........................................................................................................................... 6
699 Jasper Place RCACS General Information .................................................................. 7
   Uniform ............................................................................................................................ 7
   When and Where does the Squadron Meet? ................................................................... 7
   Attendance ....................................................................................................................... 8
Staying Informed ................................................................................................................. 8
Weekly Training Night Schedule ........................................................................................ 9
Training Program .............................................................................................................. 10
Special Activities................................................................................................................. 11
Ranks and Appointments for Cadets ................................................................................ 16
Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Officer Ranks ..............................................................17
Rights and Responsibilities of Cadets ............................................................................... 18
699 (Jasper Place) Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron History .................................... 19
   The Pink Panthers .......................................................................................................... 19
Air Cadet Uniform Numbered Orders of Dress ................................................................ 20
Illustrated References – Dress Standard .......................................................................... 26

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Commanding Officer’s Welcome

On behalf of the cadets, the officers, staff members and members of the Parent and
Sponsoring Committee: Welcome!

You are about to begin an exciting adventure. Since 1959, 699 Jasper Place Squadron
has organized challenging activities for teenagers like you who have taken the
opportunity to widen their interests and develop new skills in survival, leadership, and
aviation, while becoming better citizens.

The cadet organization helps develop self-discipline through hard work and dedication.
You have the opportunity to achieve many things from the Canadian Cadet Movement;
the time you spend here is an investment in yourself for which the return will be
rewarding.

I hope you enjoy your stay with us as much as I have enjoyed my years with the
program, as both a cadet and an officer,

Again, welcome!

Original Signed by

B. Sand
Captain
Commanding Officer

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Abbreviations and Acronyms

Abbreviation/Acronym                             Meaning

2IC                    Second in Command

2Lt                    Second Lieutenant

AC                     Air Cadet

ACLC                   Air Cadet League of Canada

APC                    Alberta Provincial Committee

ACR                    Annual Ceremonial Review

Capt                   Captain

CATO                   Cadet Administrative and Training Orders

CCO                    Canadian Cadet Organizations

CF                     Canadian Forces

CI                     Civilian Instructor

CIC                    Cadet Instructors Cadre

Cpl                    Corporal

CO                     Commanding Officer

DND                    Department of National Defence

D of E                 Duke of Edinburgh

EO                     Enabling Objective (used in training syllabus)

FCpl                   Flight Corporal

FSgt                   Flight Sergeant

FTX                    Field Training Exercise

LAC                    Leading Air Cadet

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Abbreviation/Acronym                          Meaning

LHQ                    Local Headquarters

Lt                     Lieutenant

Maj                    Major

NCO                    Non-Commissioned Officer

OCdt                   Officer Cadet

OIC                    Officer in Charge

PO                     Performance Objective (used in training syllabus)

PSRY                   Positive Social Relations for Youth

RCACS                  Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron

RCAF                   Royal Canadian Air Force

RCSU                   Regional Cadet Support Unit

Sgt                    Sergeant

Sqn                    Squadron

SWO                    Squadron Warrant Officer

TC                     Transport Canada

VFR                    Visual Flight Rules

WO1                    Warrant Officer 1st Class

WO2                    Warrant Officer 2nd Class

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Definitions

           Term                                  Meaning

Arms                    Rifles (Air and 22 caliber).

Civilian Dress/Civies   Appropriate every day clothing – not uniform

Dress Uniform - C1      Full uniform – wedge, shirt, tie, tunic with name tag,
                        medals, pants, belt, socks and boots.

Dress Uniform - C2      Full uniform – wedge, shirt, tie, tunic with name tag,
                        ribbons, pants, belt, socks and boots.

Duty Cadet              Cadets who are scheduled weekly to help with Squadron
                        Training and Administration.

Gliding                 This refers to an opportunity when cadets are able to go
                        gliding at Villeneuve Airport. A fixed wing, engineless
                        aircraft is towed aloft by a tow plane. Once at a
                        predetermined height the glider is released from the tow
                        plane and soars on the air currents.

Summer Dress            Dress uniform without tie and tunic but with name tag,
                        ribbons, wings and pins on shirt.

PT Gear                 Physical training clothing - shorts/t-shirt and Runners.

Tag Days                This refers to one of the main squadron fundraising
                        events when cadets are out looking for community
                        support and give donors an “I Support Air Cadets” tag.

Tri-Service             Army/Sea/Air Elements of the Military and Cadet
                        Organizations

Wedge                   Air Cadet uniform hat

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Uniform

The uniform is loaned for Cadet use, free of charge. You are expected to take good care
of it and wear it proudly to cadet functions as instructed. In the case you decide to leave
the program, the uniform must be returned so others may benefit from its use.

The Supply Officer will take measurements and order a uniform as soon as all of your
paperwork is completed and handed into Administration. (If a new uniform is ordered,
it can take from 2 to 6 weeks for the uniform to arrive).

The uniform is to be kept clean (washed or dry cleaned) and pressed.

Boots highly shined at all time (shoeshine polish and cloth is not provided by the
squadron; we recommend Kiwi brand cloth and polish available at your local grocery
store).

Hair must be to standard. (See Pages 28 – 30 in this handbook).

If you do not have a full uniform issued to you, the dress code on training
nights is as follows:

   • White dress shirt with collar or white blouse for females;
   • Dark pants;
   • Dress shoes; and
   • Hair must be worn to standard.

At some activities, civilian clothes will be worn. Cadets are expected to wear
“professional” civilian clothes.

When and Where does the Squadron Meet?

699 Squadron meets every Wednesday evening, September to June (except for
Christmas, New Years and Spring Break) from 1830 hrs (6:30 pm) to 2130 hrs
(9:30pm), September thru June at the West Edmonton Baptist Church at 17821 - 98th
Avenue in Edmonton. Cadets are expected to arrive a minimum of 25 minutes before
opening parade at 1830 hrs.

There are also many extracurricular activities that occur on weeknights and weekend
activities throughout the year. Please refer to the Event Calendar found on the Squadron
website (http://699squadron.org/announcements-documents-and-forms).

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Attendance

Attendance on Wednesday evenings, and some extra activities, is mandatory unless
excused. Attendance to all extra activities is encouraged and recognised. We keep track
of this information as part of our selection process for summer camp assignments,
promotions and awards. Regular attendance is a requirement for advancement
in the program.

If you cannot attend a training night, or an activity you are signed up for, please call the
Squadron phone at (780) 995-5415 before 1730 hrs (5:30 p.m.). If there is no answer,
please leave a voicemail clearly stating your name and the reason you are not able to
attend.

It is your responsibility to make sure you are marked as present. The attendance
records are kept at administration. If you are late please ensure you report to
Administration so you can be marked present.

Signing up for Activities

Once an activity has been confirmed, a signup sheet is available for cadets to sign up for
the activity. You are required to legibly write your rank, last name and phone number.
This is generally done 1 – 3 weeks (or more) in advance of the activity.

Staying Informed

The Squadron phone number is (780) 995-5415. It is answered during Cadet Training
hours on Wednesdays between 1830 hrs (6:30 pm) and 2130 hrs (9:30 pm). You may
also leave a voicemail at this number.

The Squadron email is: cadetnews699@yahoo.ca

The Squadron website is: http://699squadron.org.

The website is the main source of communication for the squadron. All important
information and messages are posted on our website (i.e. upcoming activities, changes
to planned activities, etc.) and it is regularly updated. Announcements are sent out
weekly by email so it is important that a valid email address be provided to the
Squadron in order for us to communicate effectively with you. If your email is not
regularly checked, or you do not receive the weekly announcements, it is your
responsibility to check the website for the necessary information.

The Squadron’s Event Calendar is a great source of information for upcoming events
and activities. If you have Internet access it is recommended that you check it often (at
LEAST once per week). Generally, questions can be answered simply by looking at the
website.

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From time to time a senior cadet may also contact you. They will inform you of any
special information that you will need to know. It is important that a valid email address
and phone number be provided to the Squadron in order for us to communicate
effectively with you.

The Squadron also uses Facebook to allow cadets and Officers to communicate with
each other. The Facebook page is administered and maintained by the Officers. At no
time is it required that a cadet join Facebook to receive communications. As mentioned,
the website will be the squadron’s primary source of information.

The Squadron is also on Twitter thanks to the Squadron Sponsoring Committee. Please
follow us @699Cadet. The Twitter feed is also available on the Squadron website.

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP YOURSELF INFORMED!

If you use these resources, you should always be aware of what activities are taking
place, what the dress for the day is, and of any changes to activity particulars. If there is
anything you are not sure of, ask a senior cadet.

Please note that there is zero tolerance for any inappropriate remarks or
messages posted on any of our communication tools.

Weekly Training Night Schedule

Wednesday 1800 - 1805 hrs - Opening of facility

1805 - 1820 - Cadets Arrive at Squadron
1830 - 1850 - Fall-in, Roll Call and Inspection
1855 - 1925 - First Period Instruction
1935 - 2005 - Second Period Instruction
2005 - 2020 - Break (cadet canteen open)
2025 - 2055 - Third Period Instruction
2100 - 2130 - Final parade, Announcements and Dismissal.
2130 – Departure

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Training Program

The mission of the Cadet Program is to contribute to the development and preparation
of youth for the transition to adulthood, enabling them to meet the challenges of
modern society, through a dynamic community-based program.

While meeting the aims of the Air Cadet program, 699 Jasper Place Squadron believes
that well trained cadets are able to accept the various roles and responsibilities within
the squadron. As our cadets progress, they learn valuable life skills such as leadership,
communication, self-discipline, organization and teamwork. These skills enable them to
become directly involved in the weekly operation of the squadron. Under the
supervision of the Officers and Civilian Instructors, senior cadets instruct classes,
conduct parades, organize activities, mentor younger cadets and many other important
tasks that keep the squadron running smoothly.

Listed below are the main areas of Air Cadet training in level 1.

PO 100 - Positive Social Relations
PO 101 - Citizenship
PO 102 - Community Service
PO 103 - Leadership
PO 104 - Fitness and Healthy Living
PO 105 - Recreational Sports
PO 106 - Air Rifle Marksmanship
PO 107 - General Cadet Knowledge
PO 108 - Drill
PO 111 - Summer Biathlon
PO 120 - Canadian Forces Familiarization
PO 121 - Canadian Aviation Familiarization
PO 129 - Radio Communication
PO 130 - Aviation Activities
PO 140 - Aerospace Activities
PO 160 - Aerodrome Operations Activities
PO 170 – Aircraft Maintenance and Manufacturing
PO 190 – Aircrew Survival

Adult officers and civilian instructors supervise cadets during all training exercises and
non-training activities. Squadron Officers are commissioned officers in a branch of the
Canadian Armed Forces known as the Cadet Instructor Cadre, or CIC.

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Special Activities

Annual Ceremonial Review

The last formal parade of the training year is the Squadron’s Annual Ceremonial Review
(ACR), which is the culmination of the year’s activities. It is a chance for the cadets to
display their many talents to family and friends. This is also a time when we recognize
cadets for their achievements. See your Flight Sergeant for more information.

Band

The band is an active part of 699 (Jasper Place) Squadron. Any cadet may participate,
even those without musical knowledge of instruments. Cadets in the band not only
receive weekly instruction but also participate in annual band clinics. The band is a
military-style band and performs at all parade nights. Some cadet musicians have
participated in the Honour Band clinics and concerts. The band practices some Monday
evenings from 1830 hrs – 2100 hrs (6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.) from Sept to June at the
West Edmonton Baptist Church. See the Band Officer for more information.

Battle of Britain - The Battle of Britain parade takes place in Sept of each year. This
parade honours the sacrifice of the airmen who flew in the Battle of Britain. The cadets
form part of a parade with the veterans and serving members of the Royal Canadian Air
Force (RCAF).

Biathlon Team

Biathlon – Cross-country skiing and shooting – this is a sport of endurance and
accuracy and the team has tryouts shortly after the start of the cadet year and trains by
running, roller skiing, and shooting. Once there is snow, the team practices at
Edmonton Nordic in the Strathcona Science Park in east Edmonton and holds as many
practices as possible prior to the Zone competition. Regular practice takes place on
Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. Any cadet who is interested in skiing or
shooting can try out for this team, however only a few are lucky enough to be selected. If
the team is successful at the “Zones” they then compete in the Provincial Competition
and if successful they can then move on to the Nationals. A cadet can try out for this
team even if they cannot ski or shoot. They are provided with instruction and coaching
and with enough dedication and skill they can make the team. See the Biathlon Officer
for more information.

Commanding Officer’s (CO’s) Parade

These are held the first Wednesday of every month, and take place before closing
parade, usually third period. Parents and family member are encouraged to attend.
Promotions may be done at this time. See your Flight Sergeant for more information.

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Drill Team

Drill is an exercise of obedience, accuracy and concentration. It is closely supervised and
the utmost precision is demanded. It sets standards for individuals and the Squadron in
uniform, appearance and drill as well as building a sense of confidence. The team is
comprised of cadets from AC’s to WO1’s who present two drill routines. The first is a
compulsory command sequence and the second is a meticulous 5-minute precision drill
routine with no commands. Please see the WO1 for more information.

The Duke of Edinburgh Award Program

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program was founded by Prince Philip in 1956 and
introduced in Canada in 1963. The program was developed to encourage all youth, ages
14 to 25 to be active, and to participate in four areas of self-development. It is also
known as “The International Award for Young People”, and in Canada as “The Duke of
Edinburgh’s Award Young Canadians Challenge”.

The program is designed to help young people develop a sense of responsibility in
themselves and their community by expanding their horizons. This award has evolved
into one of the most impressive individual development, self-training and personal
achievement programs in the world. The program is open to all youth between the ages
of 14 and 25 and is comprised of four sections:

       1.   Community Service;
       2.   Physical Fitness;
       3.   Skills Development; and
       4.   Expeditions and Explorations

Please see the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Program Officer for more information.

Effective Speaking Program

The Effective Speaking program is an Air Cadet League sponsored activity and is in
addition to the cadet-training program. Cadets are encouraged to participate in this
program as it helps build self-confidence and an understanding of how to effectively
express oneself. This program also has Zone, Provincial and National competitions.
Cadets are taught how to do ‘effective speaking’ and just prior to the Zone competition a
Squadron competition is held. Normally the top three cadets from the Squadron travel
to Whitecourt to compete in the Northwest Wing Speak-off. Success here moves the top
cadet to the Provincial Speak-off, normally held in Red Deer. The top Cadet in the
province then goes to the National Championship which can be held anywhere in
Canada. Please see the Effective Speaking Officer for more information.

Field Training Exercise (FTX) or “Bush Weekend”

These are full weekend events, from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon, where cadets
are trained in various outdoor activities to develop skills in map reading, shelter
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building, team building and much more. See your Flight Sergeant for more
information.

First Aid Training

First Aid training is implemented each year to develop enhanced cadet knowledge.
Courses are offered in Standard First Aid certification through St. John’s Ambulance.

Fundraising Activities

Cadets and parents participate in fundraising activities during the year. Funds raised
support additional activities for cadets during the training year. Examples of fundraisers
include Raffles, Tag Days and product sales. The Squadron Sponsoring Committee
organizes these activities.

Flying Scholarship Ground School

The Ground School (GS) program is provided to offer academic training to interested
Air Cadets who wish to compete for selection for the Glider Scholarship Program or the
Power Scholarship Program. Ground School theory classes are held for those cadets
ages 14 and over, and for those cadets 16 & 17 who are applying for Power and Gliding
Scholarships. Cadets are asked to obtain the book, “From the Ground Up” which can be
purchased through the Squadron at a reduced cost. Topics include aircraft operations,
air law, meteorology, navigation, interview techniques and general information on the
aviation industry. Cadets sign up for GS in September. GS runs September to
December. The Glider Scholarship Program and the Power Scholarship Program
qualifying exam is written in early January. Dates, times and location are subject
to change. Please bring the textbook and a pen and notebook.

Gliding

This is a full day activity which occurs twice or three times each year. It usually takes
place at Villeneuve airport. A glider is an aircraft without an engine. Cadets have the
opportunity to ride in a glider flown by experienced cadets and officers who have their
glider’s license. Cadets are involved in all aspects of preparing the glider flight.

Marksmanship/Range

Under the supervision of an Officer trained in range safety, cadets learn to shoot a Daisy
Air Rifle. This team helps cadets develop an interest and skills for shooting while
promoting the secure, safe handling of firearms. Self-confidence, acceptance of
responsibility and sports etiquette are just some of the life skills acquired from the
training. This activity takes place Monday evenings from Sept to April at the West
Edmonton Baptist Church.

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Marksmanship/Range Team

The air rifle team practices at the West Edmonton Baptist Church Monday evenings.
The team has regularly competed at the provincial competition.

Mess Dinner

This is a formal dinner where cadets experience military traditions.
Please see your Flight Sergeant for more information.

Pink Panther Parade

Is an opportunity to build esprit de corps and used to further prepare cadets for Annual
Parade. Parents are encouraged to attend. Usually takes place in December.

Poppy Sales

Cadets participate in the sale and distribution of poppies in support of local Legions. All
funds raised through the sale of poppies aid our veterans and their families.
Please see your Flight Sergeant for more information.

Power Flying

This is a full day event where cadets have the opportunity to fly in a small aircraft (i.e.
Cessna). This event usually takes place at a flying school at the Villeneuve airport, and is
a scheduled event where cadets are assigned a timeslot.

Summer Training

Summer camps for junior cadets are selected by the Squadron based on the number of
slots the Squadron is allocated. First year cadets attend the two-week General Training
Course; older cadets can choose from a variety of two and three-week courses. Examples
of summer training include: General Training, Basic Survival, Basic Ceremonial Drill
and Leadership and Basic Sports and Fitness. Please see the Training Officer for more
information.

Remembrance Day Services

On November 11th, cadets participate in ceremonies and parades at the West Edmonton
Mall. Please see your Flight Sergeant for more information.

Squadron Sponsoring Committee

699 Jasper Place Squadron is officially sponsored by Branch 255 Royal Canadian Legion
and unofficially by the 699 Air Cadets Support Wing Society. The 699 Air Cadets
Support Wing Society is made up of parents of cadets. The sponsors form a Squadron
Sponsoring Committee that assists in the operation of the Squadron. The Squadron
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Sponsoring Committee is responsible for, among other things, fund raising, securing
facilities for the Squadron to do its training and administration. The Sponsoring
Committee’s funds make supplemental optional activities and programs such as
citizenship trips, not funded by the Canadian Forces, possible.

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Ranks and Appointments for Cadets

Ranks are earned on the basis of qualification and merit. Both minimum National
Standards and local standards are applied in assessing cadets for promotion.

  There is no rank

      insignia

      Air Cadet        Leading Air Cadet         Corporal          Flight Corporal

        (AC)                 (LAC)                 (Cpl)               (FCpl)

      Sergeant          Flight Sergeant      Warrant Officer       Warrant Officer

        (Sgt)                (FSgt)          2nd Class (WO2)       1st Class (WO1)

Rank promotions are governed by national standards (CATO 13-02) and local
standards. The Commanding Officer promotes deserving cadets at the recommendation
of the Training Officer.

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Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Officer Ranks

General Officers

Senior Officers

Junior Officers

Subordinate Officer

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Rights and Responsibilities of Cadets

 RIGHTS                                     RESPONSIBILITIES
 As a Cadet, I have the right to:           As a Cadet, I have the responsibility to:

 Be treated fairly and with respect         Treat others with respect

 Belong                                     Not exclude anyone

 Feel safe                                  Help protect others

 Be included                                Not dominate others

 Learn                                      Tell the truth

 Seek help                                  Get help if I need it

 Be heard                                   Listen

 Make decisions                             Not misuse my power

 Be protected from emotional,               Control my anger
 physical and sexual abuse and
 all forms of harassment
                                            Not harass or abuse anyone
 Use the law

 Say “NO” to unwelcome behaviour            Respect personal boundaries -honour
                                            “NO’s”

                                                     (Fairholm, Hearing the Hurt, 1997)

Questions/Concerns regarding the content of this page should be directed to the Unit
Cadet Conflict Management Advisor (UCCMA)

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699 (Jasper Place) Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron History

699 Jasper Place Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron (RCACS) has been actively
training youth and being a contributing member of the west Edmonton community
since November 19th 1959. That is when 395 RCACS was parading over 200 cadets and
so a new Squadron, 699 Jasper Place, was created by moving one whole Squadron
(complete with staff) to the west end of Edmonton. The Squadron initially paraded at
Jasper Place Composite High School.

The Pink Panthers

In the early 1970’s, cadets from 699 RCACS were a regular sight at the Abbotsford
International Air Show in Abbotsford, British Columbia. The cadets were responsible
for marshalling the visiting private aircraft. During the three days of the air show, the
cadets marshalled in excess of 800 visiting aircraft. The “dress of the day” was orange
United States Air Force surplus flight suits. The orange colour made the cadets highly
visible to the pilots as the aircraft were directed to the parking area and marshalled into
their parking spots.

Over time the orange flight suits ceased to be available and the remaining suits
deteriorated to the point where they were no longer usable. A supply of Canadian
Forces surplus white coveralls was purchased with the intention of dying them
orange. The plan almost worked. The dye job fell somewhat short of expectations and
while some of the coveralls came out a shade of peach, the vast majority came out
pink. All the coveralls appeared very pink in bright sunlight. There was no time to
rectify the problem before the cadets departed for Abbotsford, so pink became the new
“dress of the day”.

It was an easy and natural step to make the association with the Pink Panther character
of movie and cartoon fame and so put a positive outlook on the situation. Permission
was sought and received from the movie studio who owned the copyright to use the
cartoon character as a mascot for Squadron purposes.

       Squadron Motto “Never Settle for Good Enough” or simply “Never Settle”

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Air Cadet Uniform Numbered Orders of Dress

You will hear the terms “Winter Dress” and “Summer Dress”. Winter Dress means full
uniform with dress shirt and tie. Summer Dress means full uniform with light blue dress
shirt with NO tie.

     Name (Synonyms)                     Composition                  When Used
 C-1 Ceremonial Dress           Wedge, shirt with necktie,     Ceremonial and formal
 (Full Dress with medals)       jacket, trousers or slacks     parades.
                                with belt, boots and grey
                                wool socks. Parka may be
                                worn. Medals, wings and
                                pins are worn.

 C-2 Routine Training Dress     Same as C-1 but with           Routine training,
 (Winter Dress, with Tunic)     ribbons, not medals.           appropriate
                                                               parades, travel to/from
                                                               CSTCs.

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C-2A Routine Training Dress   Same as C-2 but with name   Routine training indoors, not
(Winter Dress)                tag, ribbons and wings on   for travel outside Sqn
                              shirt.                      training area.

C-2B Routine Training Dress   Same as C-2A but without    Routine training indoors.
(Summer Dress)                tie.                        Not for travel outside Sqn
                                                          training area

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C-3 Routine Training Dress    No longer applicable.

C-3A Routine Training Dress   No longer applicable.

C-4 Routine Training Dress    Same as C-2 except blue T-      Same as C-3.
                              shirt replaces shirt and tie.

C-4A Routine Training Dress   Same as C-4 but without         Routine training in warm
                              tunic. No insignia are worn     weather, not for travel
                              on the T-shirt.                 outside Sqn training area.

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C-5 Routine Summer    Same as C-2A but without       Routine training dress for
Training Dress        ribbons, wings or pins. Tie    CSTCs
                      and tunic may be authorized.

C-5A Routine Summer   Same as C-5 but T-shirt        Routine training dress for
Training Dress        replaces shirt.                CSTCs.

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C-6 Sports Dress        Tan wide-brimmed summer          When authorized by sqn or
                        hat, grey sports T-Shirt, grey   CSTC CO.
                        sports shorts, grey wool
                        socks and running shoes.

C-7 Staff Cadet Dress   Similar to C-2A                  Worn by staff cadets at
                                                         CSTCs

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C-7A Staff Cadet Dress   Similar to C-2B               Worn by staff cadets at
                                                       CSTCs

C-8 Mess Dress           Same as C-2 except that a     Mess dinners and other
                         white shirt and bow tie       formal occasions. Female
                         replace blue shirt and tie.   cadets may be authorised to
                                                       wear a dress in lieu.

Field Dress              Weather appropriate dress     Field Training Exercises. Day
                         for field exercises. Cadets   hikes.
                         may use military pattern
                         field dress. CADPAD not
                         permitted.
Civilian Dress           Appropriate indoor civilian   Cadets without uniforms or
                         dress with optional jacket.   when authorized.
                         No jeans permitted.
Outdoor Dress            Weather appropriate dress     Tours and other activities
                         for outdoor activity (not     (ie: gliding).
                         including field exercises).

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Illustrated References – Dress Standard

                           Hair – Male Cadets

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Hair – Female Cadets
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Hair – Female Cadets, Braids

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Knotting of Tie

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Right breast Pocket

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Wearing of the Poppy

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Left Sleeve

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