Saturday, May 7 was a busy day for 552 Key City Air Cadets.
The wild weather of the day did not dampen the spirits of cadets taking part in a field training exercise (FTX) day at the Cranbrook District Rod & Gun Club focused on aircrew survival.
Under the supervision of the staff, the senior cadets taught the various “survival” lessons to the younger cadets. These lessons will be put into practice in an upcoming Aircrew Survival Scenario Day.
The cadets also had the opportunity to fire the Daisy Air Rifle on the outdoor range with Captain Palmer, Range Safety Officer.