Welcome to 1292 Army Cadet Corps Web Site


Please be advised that due to ongoing construction in the main parking lot,

 the drop off/pick up of cadets will have to be done in the loop in front of the

 General Waters Building or at the main gate. The lane has limited room for

turning so in order to avoid traffic jams we suggest cadets be dropped off at

 the gate and walk in. We will update this page and Facebook as soon 

as we have access to the parking area again.


Next Parade Night is 19 October

REGULAR TRAINING NIGHT - Green Star and Gold Star


time: 1815 - 2115 hrs.

Cadets in all Star Levels will be in their training activities.

Come prepared. Bring a water bottle to keep hydrated with.



Red, Silver Stars & Master Cadets who are running CFA - PT Gear

(shorts/sweats, t-shirt and runners)

Green, Gold Stars & Master Cadets who are teaching - FTUs

Returning cadets are still reminded to complete the annual validation forms and for some cadets new Detailed

Health Questionnaires. They need to be returned ASAP.

With Remembrance Day approaching, we are reminding all cadets to should check their C1 uniform and boots

to make sure they still fit properly.

If not, bring in what needs to be changed and visit the Supply Officer for an exchange.

For those cadets without FTU training boots, we have received a number of new boots and they are now available

to the cadets. Visit the Supply Officer to get a pair this coming Thursday.

If a cadet is unable to attend a parade night they are reminded to contact the Orderly Room

(403- 410-2320 Ext 3926 or 1292army@cadets.gc.ca) to let us know.





Biathlon Team Practice

Master Cadets Lesson Prep
Flag Party practice
Fundraising committee

Time: 1815 hrs to 2100 hrs
Location: General Sir Arthur Currie Building

Dress: PT Gear (shorts/sweats, T-shirt, Sweatshirt, running shoes)

This Monday will be the selection night for this year's Biathlon Team. All cadets

are encouraged to come and give it a try. CV Lemco will be onsite to provide

 info on the team, the training schedule, pending competitions and complete

some training.

Come prepared to work up a sweat!!! Bring a water bottle.


          1292 RCACC Training Schedule

                      (Sept to Dec 2017)

The following link will take you to the Corps Training Schedule:

           Training Schedule for Sept to Dec 2017- revised 15 Sept 17



1292 RCACC Challenge Coins are here

The above coin is 1292's new challenge coin. These coins are one of a kind, and are individually numbered. They are now available for sale at $25 each, you will be given the lowest possible number on a first come basis. Contact Lt Zane Williams at 1292armycadets@gmail.com to arrange your purchase of this coin.


1292 RCACC Clothing Sales

Clothing is available to be ordered through the Support Society.

Intermittently through the year Members of the Support Society will be collecting forms and payments on Parades on Thursday and during Canteen breaks.

Questions can be directed to the Support Society at 1292rcacc.parents@gmail.com


Events & Achievements

1292 Army Cadets takes away three top awards

 1292 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corp sent 45 cadets to camps this past summer. Three of them brought home awards from Vernon Cadet Training Centre.

Top In Course, Basic Expedition Course: C/MCpl Griffin Heckford

Top In Platoon, Basic Expedition Course: C/MCpl Eric Poupart         

Top In Platoon, Basic Marksmanship Course: C/MCpl Rowan Lopez

 Winning these awards was no easy task as the Basic Expedition Course at Vernon had over 50 cadets participating in it. This course is the first step in the expedition program, cadets learn the basics of expedition, and participate in hiking, biking, and canoeing. Both C/MCpl Poupart and C/MCpl Heckford showed lots of enthusiasm and energy. Their ‘hard skills’ were strong, and improved greatly over the course of the summer. Both were always willing to lend a hand to their peers and help where necessary. Their displays of everyday leadership stood out amongst their peers.

 C/MCpl Rowan Lopez attended the Basic Marksmanship Course at Vernon CTC and placed Top in his Platoon. He was enthusiastic, showed strong skills and was always willing to help his peers. The Basic Marksmanship course provides cadets with an opportunity to build on their marksmanship skills and is the first step to these cadets being selected to go to some of the top Marksmanship competitions in the country.

 Attending a cadet training centre is a wonderful opportunity for all cadets as it helps them grow as individuals and team members. Cadets from across western Canada come to participate in the various courses offered at Vernon Cadet Training Centre. It is both a challenging and rewarding experience with lots of competition.

 All three cadets are members of 1292 Lord Strathcons’s Horse (Royal Canadian) Army cadet corps located in Calgary, Alberta. These passionate cadets have shown constant dedication and unwavering motivation as they take advantage of all the cadet program has to offer. They set a high standard for all others to follow, and as they progress through the cadet program there is no doubt they will continue to excel and lead 1292 Army Cadet Corps into the future.

            -C/WO A. Sitolay, 1292 RCACC


Oct 13-15 - Gold Star Expedition Weekend
Oct 21 & 22 - Senior Cadet and Adult Staff PD session
Nov 5 - Biathlon Stage II Competition

Army Cadet Motto:
Acer Acerpori: “As the maple, so the sapling”