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59 Vancouver Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron (RCACS) Standing Orders (SSO) are produced to provide clear guidelines to officers, instructors, and cadets of the squadron in proper procedures, behavior, organization and operation of the squadron.
59 Vancouver RCACS Standing Orders are issued by the Squadron Commanding Officer under the authority of QR & Os article 4.21 and CATO 11-36 Annex S.
1. Composition of 59 Vancouver RCACS Standing Orders shall consist of nine sections as follows:
- unit harassment and abuse prevention
- conduct and discipline
- internet policies
- cadet mess committee
59 Vancouver RCACS Standing Orders apply only to members of the squadron and those attached from units during training or other duties in all activities or events unless orders of a higher command or the orders of a command at a different location supersede these orders.
1. These standing orders will be made available on the squadron website.
1. Each member of 59 Vancouver RCACS Standing Orders (Officers and Cadets) is responsible
for knowledge and compliance of the Standing Orders.
1. Amendments to 59 Vancouver RCACS Standing Orders shall be
issued at the direction of the Commanding Officer. Suggestions for
amendments shall be submitted, in writing, to the Officer of Primary
Importance (OPI) through appropriate channels.
2. Each department has specific administrative duties that are essential for
the operation of that department. Each Department Head shall prepare,
and regularly update, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that fully
describe the administrative and operational aspects of their department.
Such SOPs are to be considered part of these Standing Orders and at the
direction of the OPI, maybe included into the Sqn SOs.
109 EFFECTIVE DATE
59 Vancouver RCACS Standing Orders or any amendment to them shall be
effective upon receipt, unless specifically stated otherwise in the order or
Cadets should learn respect for having honour and character. A cadet must posses
such qualities as loyalty, honesty, obedience, perseverance and respect of the
rights of others. These desirable qualities will be a product earned though
Association and training. A strong effort put forth by each cadet in squadron
activities and training, will have a profound effect in molding an excellent cadet