Are you a young adult (12-18) looking for something to do on Monday nights?
Are you looking for a fun, social and entertaining atmosphere?
If you are, then come check out Air Cadets! The friends you make through this program will be with you for life!
Do you thrive on excitement, taking risks, and pushing the envelope?
If you do, then earning your pilots licence for a glider plane could be just the thrill for you. For a real thrill of a lifetime nothing compares to a flight in an aircraft that sweeps you through the wide-open skies at 3,000 to 5,000 feet – and, gulp, all without an engine. Except for the soothing swish of the outside air, there’s little sound as you gasp at the incredible 180-degree panoramic view. All the while your aircraft continues to sail quite smoothly on just a current of air.
Look no further than #34 Roland J. Groome Regina Air Cadets!
These 3 cadets spent the last 2 days out competing at Biathlon provincials! They ran, they skied, they fired .22 caliber rifles, and they did it all very well!
We are so proud of these cadets! They will be awarded their silver biathlon pins at our next CO's parade.
Special thank you to CI Caldwell for coaching this group all weekend while Lt McGill-Yates earned his Biathlon RSO qualification!
There are no biathlon nationals this year, so that is a wrap for this biathlon season! Any cadets interested in competing in biathlon are encouraged to try out in the fall.
A few photos from our last cadet night of 2023 to remind you that tonight is our first parade night of 2024!
Our 2023 mess dinner was a success! A night full of good food and laughter.
We hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable holiday and can't wait to start training again!
Please arrive tonight wearing FTU (green uniform, dark blue t-shirt, combat boots and beret or wedge). Don't forget your winter jacket!
Reminder: for those who have tickets, our mess dinner is TOMORROW!
Please see the photo for what to wear. Cadets who do not have a white dress shirt and/or black bow tie should wear their blue shirt and tie.
Note: no head dress and no name tags!
We can't wait to see you there!
Do you have a poppy yet?
We are in Winter dress this week! Refer to the photo to see what that means.
For cadets who do not have a blue uniform, please wear your FTU.
Your poppy should be pinned to cover the button on your left breast pocket (in FTU, the poppy is pinned to the top of your rank slip on).
Cadets with medals should wear those instead of ribbons this week.
See you Monday!