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DISCORD……..

Good afternoon all,
The staff are happy to announce the release of the squadron discord server!
For those who have never used discord, it is a free app meant for communications with both text and voice channels. You will need an account to use it, but it is a simple thing to set up.
This server will be used for communication between cadets and officers, releasing different announcements and challenges and flight and level communications. This will be a secondary method of communication alongside facebook and our website, and hopefully create an easier path for communication within the squadron.
This is an official server, so ranks and last names will be used, and cadets will be expected to behave in the discord server the same way they would with any other cadet interaction.
If you have any questions or concerns about the server, feel free to reach out to OCdt Pitre at michelle.pitre@gc.cadets.ca
https://discord.gg/zYaehPN

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Cool Sites..

The Hangar Flight Museum (Calgary)   These guys have some great Ground School Video Lessons on their FB Page.

The Museum of Flight (Seattle) Can’t visit – No Problem…

For Her Country is a compelling podcast series that aims to inspire and educate listeners by profiling inspirational women leaders in the Canadian military. Each episode dives into their stories and provides perspective on life within the military from base training to deployments and the painful failures and stunning achievements that followed. The podcast is in honour of Captain Nichola Goddard, a young Artillery Officer who deployed to Afghanistan in 2006 and became the first Canadian woman soldier to die in a combat role at only 26 years old. Capt Goddard was an exceptional leader and a trailblazer, and the podcast guests model these qualities.

For Her Country

 

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SPEAKER SERIES

Join us at 1700h MST/1900h EST on Wednesday, June 3 for the next edition of our speaker series. This week, we’ve got two guests who work in aviation logistics and industry! 
 
James Wong has experience working in technical operations, flight operations, airport operations, cargo operations, and business services. James’ career has taken him to maintenance organizations, airlines, and private aviation. He is currently currently the Director, Sales and Commercial for Canada for Menzies Aviation. Passionate about aviation leadership, James aligns the success of businesses with the interests of individuals ensuring mutual benefits to career development and company advancement.
 
Sam Clément-Coulson is a graduate student at Concordia University aiming to combine the result-oriented reality of aviation training with proven research methods to improve aircrew performance and evaluation. Sam has worked on aviation research with governments, pilot organizations and airlines from around the world. His research interests lie in the intersection of human factors, flight training, expertise and cognitive science. He currently flies with the cadet gliding program and works part-time as a pilot and safety manager for an air ambulance operator. 
 
 
Password: 774411

 

 
This speaker series is a joint effort between 781 ‘Calgary’ RCACS and 818 ‘Toronto Falcon’ RCACS. We are hosting teleconferences with professionals from a variety of fields. We’ve got presenters from Vancouver Island to Nova Scotia, civilians and members of the Canadian Armed Forces, and will explore the aviation industry, life in the military, as well as other fields! Tune in to Zoom every Wednesday at 1700h MST/1900h EST and learn from our special guests!
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