Air Cadet League of Canada

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Responsible Officer

OCdt Mélissa Mathieu


Improvement and putting into practice the knowledge of all individual and squad (flight) drill movements executed by the Air Cadets.

Preparation and practice of a choreography (a compulsory sequence with words of command and a silent choreographed sequence) towards the end year drill competition.


Drill is an important part of cadet training. Drill promotes discipline, alertness, precision, pride, steadiness, and the cohesion necessary for success within a group.

From a leadership perspective, drill is an excellent vehicle to help enhance some personal attributes. A senior cadet’s assertiveness, confidence in his/her abilities while speaking in front of a group, and supervisory skills while correcting personnel on their dress and personal drill all benefit from drill instruction.


Training dates and times can be found in the Squadron Event Calendar.


To be confirmed.


Any cadet, from any level, may try out for the Drill Team.

In addition, candidates must:

  • Be present each week.
  • Give 100% all the time.
  • Possess a correct and positive attitude towards the members of the team.
  • Constantly demonstrate improvement in the execution of their drill.