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Capt. Brad McRobert, commanding officer of 2422 Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s) Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, left, presents cadet warrant officer Caleb McIntyre with a certificate appointing him as master cadet. The appointment is the highest in the army cadet program and is the culmination of more than five years of training and performance. McIntyre is the corps’ pipe major and senior cadet in charge of instruction. - Photo contributed
Capt. Brad McRobert, commanding officer of 2422 Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s) Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, left, presents cadet warrant officer Caleb McIntyre with a certificate appointing him as master cadet. The appointment is the highest in the army cadet program and is the culmination of more than five years of training and performance. McIntyre is the corps’ pipe major and senior cadet in charge of instruction.
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