Cadets returns 5 Sept 2018! Interested in joining? Read more info here!

For returning cadets: Dress is tour dress. Any changes, such as updated health card, let OCdt Gelbard know. There is a BBQ for everyone!

Cadet training coincides with the school year.

RECRUIT SESSIONS! 25 AUGUST 2018. Two one hour sessions (approx). First at 1000h, second at 1300h. Meet some cadets, staff, and get an overview on what 822 Squadron has to offer! Regular and optional training is discussed, along with summer camp opportunities (no charge to cadets!), and create a life long experience that will stay with your child forever! There is also a BBQ!

If you’re not of age to join by Sept, don’t fret! We accept new recruits throughout the training year (Sept – June!). We meet for regular training Wed evenings, 6:30-9:30pm, outside of holidays.

Interested in a future aviation career, or to grow your knowledge base in an air element? Air Cadets offers several fields of study from Aerodromes, Navigation, Citizenship, Principles of Flight, Power and Glider Flying Scholarships, to paid summer camps and more!

The best part for parents is that Air Cadets is FREE TO JOIN!

Air Cadets offers youth aged 12-18 the opportunity to learn, to serve, and to advance themselves at their own pace. Summer courses are also available in various fields of study. They are held on Canadian Forces Air Force Bases throughout Ontario, and offer a fantastic experience to not only learn new things, but to meet other people with similar interests. Cadets attending summer courses also get remunerated for their time!

At 822 Squadron we offer several optional programs. Our regular training is every Wednesday evening throughout the school year (except holidays) from 6:30 – 9:30pm.

Cadets who are older and wish to join, there is a Fast Track program that will bring them up to speed so they can stay among cadets their own age. Each year in cadets is represented by a level. First year cadets is level 1, second year is level 2, and so on. Level five is the highest achievable level. In level three, cadets get more involved with drill, aviation studies, leadership and instructional techniques. This is also a great way to accumulate community service hours for High School Credit.

Optional Activities include:
Band – Pipes & Drums (Provincial Competition available)
Flag Party
Honour Guard
Range (Provincial Competition available)
Effective Speaking/Debate Team (Provincial Competition available)
Drill Team (Provincial Competition available)
Aerospace – only facility in Canada that offers such a program!

If your son/daughter is interested in becoming an 822 Air Cadet, or if you have any questions please contact Lieutenant Brian Wilson via our contact page, or better yet, come visit us on any Wednesday night (except holidays!) between 6:30-9:30 pm starting 6th SEPT 2017! To join, we do require a copy of a valid health card and birth certificate which we can copy on site.

The worst thing I hear graduated Air Cadets say is that they didn’t join soon enough!

Cadets offers military based training in drill, dress, and deportment. Cadets is supervised by seasoned Canadian Forces Reserve Officers and volunteers. Many of our volunteers specialize in areas of aviation and aerospace studies.

We’re located at the Cadet Youth Development Centre, at the Waterloo International Airport off of Fountain St N, Breslau, ON. Upon entering the Airport, we are located in the second building to the left.

“To Learn – To Serve – To Advance”

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