Tuesday, 19 July 2011 (39 photos)

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Summer biathlon training (VACSTC/Capt Debbie Middleton)

 

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 Challenge course (VACSTC/Capt Debbie Middleton)

 

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Air rifle range  (VACSTC/Capt Debbie Middleton)

 

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 Teamwork (VACSTC/Capt Debbie Middleton)

 

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The head table at lunch  (VACSTC/Capt Debbie Middleton)

 

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 Orienteering (VACSTC/Capt Debbie Middleton)

 

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Today's weather: Max Temp.  19c  Min Temp.  12c sunny and cool


This day in Canadian Military History...

19 July 1629

Three English privateers, operating under a letter of marque awarded to Gervas Kirke, anchor off Quebec. The town's garrison of 16 soldiers, under the command of Samuel de Champlain, are caught by surprise and forced to surrender.



19 July 1775

An attempt is made to organize an English militia at Quebec. Despite the threat of American invasion, only 70 men turn out to defend the capital.

 

Army Cadet Corps formed on this date

19 July 1915
#420 St. Gregoire Cadet Battalion, D Coy, E Coy