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Key Personages - Admiral of The Royal Canadian Sea Cadets
... The first Admiral of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets was George VI, King of Canada, assuming the role in 1942, when the Navy League Sea Cadets became ... Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, as a member of the Canadian Royal Family, was appointed Admiral of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets in 1953 His Royal Highness ...
CSTC HMCS Acadia
... Cadet Summer Training Centre HMCS Acadia is a Royal Canadian Sea Cadets summer training centre in Cornwallis Park, Nova Scotia ... In November 1945, HMCS Acadia was decommissioned from Royal Canadian Navy service and the vessel returned to civilian operations with the Canadian Hydrographic Service ... of HMCS Acadia were revived in 1956 by the RCN when a new Royal Canadian Sea Cadets summer training centre was established at the naval base HMCS Protector on Cape Breton Island ...
Royal Canadian Sea Cadets - Training and Ranks - Rank
... Ranks of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets—Junior Cadets Ordinary Seaman—Cadet-matelot de 3e classe Able Seaman—Cadet-matelot de 2e classe Leading Seaman—Cadet-matelot de 1re classe Rank of OS (Mat ... Ranks of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets—Petty Officers Master Seaman—Cadet-matelot-chef Petty Officer Second Class—Cadet-maître de 2e classe (Nouveau Programme des ... Ranks of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets—Chief Petty Officers Chief Petty Officer Second Class—Cadet-premier maître de 2e classe Chief Petty Officer First Class—Cadet-premier maître de ...
5th Medium Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery
... The 5th Medium Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, was one of six Canadian medium regiments that saw service in Britain and continental Europe in the ... Sloterdijk (or Sloterdyk) in Glasgow along with elements of the 5th Canadian Armoured Division, HQ 1st AGRA, 2nd Medium RCA, and 11th Field Regiment RCA ... ship continued into the North Atlantic causing a great deal of sea sickness ...

Famous quotes containing the words sea, royal and/or canadian:

    SWEENEY:
    Nothing to eat but the fruit as it grows.
    Nothing to see but the palmtrees one way
    And the sea the other way,
    Nothing to hear but the sound of the surf.
    Nothing at all but three things
    DORIS: What things?
    SWEENEY: Birth, and copulation, and death.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    When other helpers fail and comforts flee, when the senses decay and the mind moves in a narrower and narrower circle, when the grasshopper is a burden and the postman brings no letters, and even the Royal Family is no longer quite what it was, an obituary column stands fast.
    Sylvia Townsend Warner (1893–1978)

    We’re definite in Nova Scotia—’bout things like ships ... and fish, the best in the world.
    John Rhodes Sturdy, Canadian screenwriter. Richard Rossen. Joyce Cartwright (Ella Raines)