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#2276 Cadet Corps

Name -       Fort St. John Cadet Corps

Location   Fort St-John, BC

Formed    September 3, 1946    Disbanded  Active    

Commanding Officers/Chief Instructors- 

 CI Finlay Delzell (1946-47) Biography

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CI Gwellyn Jones (1948-49)  Biography

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 Capt Frank M. Davies ED CD (1948-66) Biography

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Capt C. Gordon Adlard CD (1966-71) Biography

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Capt B.J. Eyre (1971-76) Biography

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Capt Jan deVuyst (1976-81) Biography

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 Capt Alex Bolin (1981-87) Biography

 Capt Terry Kopan (1987-88) Biography

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Maj Alex Bolin CD (1988-89) Biography

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Capt Curtis Rattray (1989-92) Biography

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OCdt Gordon Hawkridge (1992-93) Biography

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Lt Chad Cushway (1993-96) Biography

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2Lt David Elliot 1996-97 Biography

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 Capt Dan Davies (1997-2003) Biography

Capt David Ross, CD (2003-05) Biography

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Capt Gregg Nicoll (2005-) Biography

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Senior Cadets

 

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Corps Flag

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Corps Home

North Peace Secondary School Gym (1960s)

 

 

flocked shoulder flash ca.1946

 

 Royal Canadian Army Cadet shoulder patch at the top of our sleeves with the helicopter squadron patch further down. 

worn from 1972 thru 1976

worn on the opposite arm and/or on non-parade uniform berets

ca.1977

with 450 Squadron split into two smaller squadrons, 450 in Petawawa, 447 was the new squadron in Edmonton, hence a change to badge in 1979

 

History -   

This Corps was formed 3 September 1946 as Fort St. John School Cadet Corps. Effective 12 Apr 49 affiliation with No. 19 Coy, RCASC (Alaska Highway Maintenance) was authorized. Effective 1 February 1967 it was reaffiliated with 154 Coy RCASC (M). Message CDS 1268 dated 25 Aug 1972 advises that 450 (T) Helicopter Squadron Detachment accepted affiliation. In 1979 we were advised that 450 (T) Hel Sqn Det had been renamed 447 Helicopter Squadron Detachment. Message D Cdts 077 dated 21 Jan 1985 changed affiliation to The Rocky Mountain Rangers. Eff 31 May 1996 sponsor changed to Royal Cdn Legion Br 102 (D Cdts Adm 458).

possible flocked shoulder flash

 

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