What is the "Air Cadets"?
The Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a national organization for Canadian youth between the ages of 12 and 19. This is a result of a partnership between the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces and the Air Cadet League of Canada.
To become members of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets, interested youth must join a local Squadron. There are over 440 Air Cadet Squadrons across Canada.
The local Squadron meets for regular training weekly through the school year. Optional training, including sports, marksmanship and other activities are available as well.
In July and August many Summer Training Courses are available to cadets. These provide valuable training at no cost. Cadets actually get PAID for attending!
What is 201 Squadron?
201 Squadron parades from 6:30pm - 9:00pm on Wednesday evenings from September until June at the
Dorchester optimist Youth Centre at 1653 Richmond Street Dorchester, Ontario Canada.
Dorchester is town of over 9,000 and is the residential and commercial core of the municipality of Thames Centre, located in
Southwestern Ontario. It is a few kilometres directly east from the city of London.
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