Summer Training

Comox Kit List – 2019


Summer Camps:

During the summer the air cadet program offers summer camps to cadets. Transportation, housing, food and training is provided by the Department of National Defense (DND) at no charge. There are a number of different camps ranging in duration from two to six weeks for which cadets can apply if qualified.  Successful graduates of a senior course can apply for employment at select summer camps.

There are plenty of choices so cadets should discuss their possibilities with an officer to help ensure a successful career path. Summer camps include basic, junior leaders, junior instructors, aircrew survival, air studies, band, physical and recreational training and lifeguard. The senior camps include introduction to aviation, senior leaders, survival instructor, athletic instructor, gliding or powered flight scholarship courses, air traffic control, international exchange and technical training including electronics, photography or airframe maintenance.

Summer camp choices must be submitted early in the year so cadets should review their options early.


Cadet Summer Course Training (CTC) Information

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Summer Camp – Scholarship Information

Scholarships: The two most prestigious courses in air cadets are the gliding and powered flight scholarship courses. To ensure they have the best opportunity to attend these courses, cadets who are planning to learn to fly through air cadets should discuss the options and requirements with their officers while they are at an early age. …

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Summer Camp Allotment

We have not received our billet allocations as yet for this summer so we don’t know the number of spots we may have, at which camps the cadets might go to or which intake dates we might be assigned until all the changes have been made and sent to us. As soon as those changes are …

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Summer Camp Application

Application Form

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Summer Camp Selections and Spares

Cadets aged 12 – 15 must have either 1 piece of government issued photo identification (Passport, BC ID) OR 2 pieces of government issued non-photo identification (Birth Certificate, Care Card). Cadets aged 16 and over MUST have1 piece of government issued photo identification (Passport, BC ID, BC Drivers Licence) and their provincial medical card in their possession …

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