ON LINE REGISTRATION
We are proud to introduce a new Online Registration Tool to make the registration process easier to join cadets!
The tool will gather their contact information as well as the unit they are interested in joining and forward it to the
corps/squadrons’ generic mailbox. Corps and squadrons will then be able to contact the parent/guardian to answer any questions and arrange for the completion of the registration process.
173 Squadron parades every Wednesday night at Trenton High School, 14 - 4th Avenue, Trenton, Ontario.
Timings are 18:00 - 21:00 hrs.
173 Royal Tiger Squadron Air cadets Flag Party Drill
Welcome to the website of 173 Tigers, Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron. This website is intended to communicate pertinent information to cadets, parents, staff, SSC members, and the public regarding activities of the squadron. Any comments or suggestions regarding this website can be submitted to the webmaster through the “contact us” section.
Disclaimer: This website and it’s contents belong to the civilian squadron sponsoring committee (SSC) of 173 Royal Tiger RCACS. This website is not intended to be, nor do they represent in any way, official comments, statistics, or opinions of the Department of National Defence (DND), Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), or the Air Cadet League of Canada.
Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a dynamic and interactive youth program sponsored by the Air Cadet League of Canada, Department of National Defence (Canadian Armed Forces).
Air Cadets participate in a variety of fun and challenging activities. There is something for everyone – no matter what their personal interests may be.
The majority of cadet training takes place at the local squadron during the regular school year with a percentage of cadets selected for summer training courses at various cadet summer training centres located across Canada. Central to the air cadet program are the gliding and flying scholarships offered to those who qualify. One in five private pilots in Canada is an ex-air cadet and 67% of commercial and airline pilots began as air cadets. There are 456 squadrons located across the country with an approximate enrolment of 23,000 Air Cadets.
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