Master Warrant Officer David Winter meets with the members of the 902 Summerland Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron on Saturday for the squadron’s 22nd Annual Ceremonial Review. The review was held at the Summerland Arena. Several members of the squadron received commendations and promotions.

Summerland Air Cadets receive awards and promotions

On June 9, the 902 Summerland Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron held its 22nd Annual Ceremonial Review.

  • Jun. 13, 2012 9:00 a.m.

On June 9, the 902 Summerland Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron held its 22nd Annual Ceremonial Review.

The reviewing officer, Master Warrant Officer David Winter, presented the Lord Strathcona Medal to Warrant Officer 2nd Class Patricia Henniger.  The Lord Strathcona Medal is the highest award that can be bestowed upon a cadet in recognition of exemplary performance in physical and military training.

Awards and promotions were presented following the annual review.

Best first year cadet: Air Cadet Quentin Wilke.

Best second year cadet: Corporal Katrina Van Herwaarden.

Best third year cadet: Flight Corporal Lewis Hugh-Jones.

Best fourth year cadet: Sergeant Dana McLellan.

Top junior cadet: Air Cadet Paula Dunbar.

Top senior cadet: Flight Sergeant Bryce Johnston.

Best dressed cadet: Warrant Officer 2nd Class Patricia Henniger.

Best attendance: Air Cadet Bradley Jones, Flight Corporal Alexander Van Herwaarden, Warrant Officer 2nd Class Patricia Henniger.

Most improved cadet: Flight Corporal Alexander Van Herwaarden.

Citizenship award: Flight Sergeant Simon Bambey.

Leadership award: Flight Sergeant Bryce Johnston.

Cadet of the year: Warrant Officer 2nd Class Patricia Henniger.

Promotions: to Warrant Officer 1st Class Patricia Henniger; to Flight Sergeant  Dana McLellan; to Sergeant Lewis Hugh-Jones and Alexander Van Herwaarden; to Flight Corporal Katrina Van Herwaarden; to Leading Air Cadet Josiah Baran, Paula Dunbar, Gage Green, Bradley Jones and Quentin Wilke.


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