HMCS Acadia : Navy Cadets, 1958.
HMCS Acadia is a cadet summer training centre operated by the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets that has used the unit name
Acadia from 1956–present. It is currently located at Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. -- Wikipedia.
ON INSPECTION -- Vice-Ad. Walter Hose, R.C.N. (retired), carried out an inspection of a Royal Canadian Sea Cadet
Corps that was named after him. Vice-Ad. Hose, left, is shown inspecting the Admiral Hose Corps of Riverside
High School. He is talking with David Calcott, son of J.R. Calcott of Eastlawn Blvd., as Lt. Samuel Krewench,
commanding officer and a teacher at the high school, looks on.
TROPHY WINNERS -- Riverside High School Sea Cadets won the Lord Strathcona Trophy for general proficiency
for high school sea cadets for the third consecutive year. The presentation of the shield was made by
Rear Admiral Walter N. Hose, R.C.N., (Ret.), left, to Lieutenant Sam Krewench, commanding officer of the
HMCS Acadia sea cadets on the foc'sle of HMCS Quebec.
Top (straddling guns), L-R: Ed Cunningham, UNKNOWN,
3rd Row, L-R: Clive Tompkins,
2nd Row, L-R: Larry Relf,
Front Row, L-R: Dave Calcott,
Thanks to Rick Faulkner for these items.
Can you provide missing names, details or corrections?
Please email Charlie Dobie.
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