Change of command for Langley cadets

 

The public is invited to take in a special ceremony at the Langley Regional Airport on Thursday, Oct. 16.

The Commanding Officer Major Sean Kelly of 746 Lightning Hawk Royal Canadian Air Cadets has announced a Change of Command Ceremony for the 746 Squadron. 

The ceremony is being held at the 746 Lightning Hawk training facility, Langley airport Hangar 5, 5301 216th Street.

Seating will be started at 6:45 p.m. for a march on of 7 p.m.

The command of 746 Squadron will be assigned from Maj. Sean Kelly to Capt. Matt Dykeman. This event will include a full ceremonial parade and an official signing ceremony. There is expected to be more than 100 cadets on parade.

The 746 Lightning Hawk Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron is based at the Langley Airport and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. 

It has more than 100 cadets, eight officers, and an active sponsoring committee. 

For more information on 746 Lightning Hawk, visit the website at www.746lightninghawk.com.

The Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a federally-sponsored national program for young Canadians ages 12 to 18. The purpose is to develop in youth the attributes of leadership, engaged and active citizenship, and physical fitness. This is done within an environment that stimulates an interest in the activities of the Canadian Armed Forces. 

The air cadet program operates within a partnership agreement between the Department of National Defense (DND) and The Air Cadet League of Canada (ACL), a civilian volunteer organization. 

There are more than 450 squadrons across Canada with roughly 23,000 air cadets enrolled in the program. 

For more on the program, visit www.aircadetleague.com and the national Cadet program at www.cadets.ca.

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