Royal Canadian Air Cadets/Medals

Royal Canadian Air Cadets/Medals

= Medals =

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+ Medals of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets (Continued)! align="center" width="325" | Air Force Association Medal (Air Cadets) !!width="325" | Army Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada Cadet Medal of Merit !!width="325" | Royal Canadian Air Cadet Long Service Medal
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The Air Force Association Medal (Air Cadets) recognizes one air cadet in each province who achieves outstanding excellence at the Senior Leaders Course (SLC). [cite web |url = http://74.125.45.104/search?q=cache:ZiaaXdWNGYMJ:www.604moose.ca/About/events-f.htm |title = Cadets - Air Cadet Receives Air Force Association Medal |accessmonthday = September 13 |accessyear = 2008]
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The Army, Navy, and Air Force Veterans in Canada Cadet Medal of Merit recognizes the top cadet at on the AirTraffic Control, Technical Training (all three disciplines), Athletic Instructor, Survival Instructor, Music (Levels 3/4/5) and Pipes & Drums (Levels 3/4/5) Air Cadet Courses. [cite web |url = http://www.aircadetleague.on.ca/bulletins/bulletin%202003%2006%20summer.pdf |title = Air Cadet League - Army, Navy, and Air Force Veterans in Canada Cadet Medal of Merit |accessmonthday = July 20 |accessyear = 2008]
valign="top" | The Royal Canadian Air Cadet Long Service Medal recognizes cadets who have completed four continuous years of service with the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. [cite web |url = http://www.aircadetleague.com/News/press_release_110605_e.html |title = Air Cadet League - Air Cadet Service Medal |accessmonthday = July 20 |accessyear = 2008]

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