#9907
Gypsy Wanderer Husky
Gypsy Wanderer Husky
Survivalist
exprepper

Well as a watch dog, watching over my terrorist(age 16, 135 lbs, 5’3.). Hmm lets see. Like every other pig headed, mouthy, insaborant little creature we call our teens. I know mine has faced me nose to nose, she has ADD and PTSD to boot as well she can be violent. A Terror she is, a terrorist no. We can have our own little shtf fan moments at home with her. But when its said and done. Give her a hour to cool down, and she crumbles then is back.

But I will say in a shtf world she is a asset to our group, but beware if she doesn’t like you.

She is a Sergeant in the RCAC.

Green Star
PO 101—Participate in Citizenship Activities: Cadets are introduced to Canadian history, traditions and symbols. Cadets are also introduced to Canada’s political system, along with a high-education of the Canadian Forces.
PO 102 – Perform Community Service: Cadets are introduced to the concept of volunteerism and importance of community involvement.
PO 103 – Participate as a Member of a Team: Cadets are introduced to the concept of teamwork and are introduced to the roles of a follower.
PO 104 – Develop a Personal Activity Plan: Cadets are introduced to the importance of physical activity, physical fitness and physical health.
PO 105 – Participate in Recreational Sports: Cadets participate in a variety of recreational sports, such as running, biking, hiking, marches and swimming activities.
PO 106 – Fire the Cadet Air Rifle Marksmanship
PO 107 – Serve in an Army Cadet Corps: Cadets are introduced to the history and traditions of the Cadet Corps. Cadets are introduced to Green Star and Year 1 training opportunities. Cadets are taught the basic rules with regards to being a cadet.
PO 108 – Participate in an Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR) Parade: Cadets are introduced and taught ceremonial drill, in preparation for public parades.
PO 109 – Participate in Fieldcraft
PO 120 – Demonstrate Knowledge of the Organization and Traditions of the Canadian Forces:
PO 121 – Participate as a Member of a Group During a Weekend Bivouac Exercise:
PO 122 – Identify Location Using a Map:
PO 123 – Participating in a Day Hike:

Red Star
PO 201 – Identify the Role of an Environmentally Conscious Canadian Citizen:
PO 202 – Perform Community Services:
PO 203 – Demonstrate Leadership Attributes Within a Peer Setting:
PO 204 – Update Personal Activity Plan:
PO 205 – Participate in Recreational Sports:
PO 206 – Fire the Cadet Air Cadet Rifle During Recreational marksmanship:
PO 207 – Serve in an Army Cadet Corps:
PO 208 – Execute Drill as a Member of a Squad:
PO 211 – Participate in Competitive Summer Biathlon Activities:
PO 220 – Recognize Canadian Forces Peace Support Operations:
PO 221 – Perform the Duties of a Section Member During a Weekend Bivouac Exercise:
PO 222 – Navigate Along a Route Using a Map and Compass:
PO 223 – Hike along a Route as Part of an Overnight Exercise:
PO 224 – Identify Immediate Actions to Take when Lost:

Silver Star
PO 301 – Recognize the Purpose of Service Groups within Canada:
PO 302 – Perform Community Service:
PO 303 – Perform the Role of a Team Leader:
PO 304 – Update Personal Activity Plan:
PO 305 – Participate in Recreational Sports:
PO 306 – Fire the Cadet Air Rifle During Recreational Marksmanship:
PO 307 – Serve in an Army Cadet Corps:
PO 308 – Direct a Squad Prior to A Parade:
PO 309 – Instruct a Lesson:
PO 311 – Participate in a Recreational Summer Biathlon Activity:
PO 320 – Recognize the Valour of Members of the Canadian Army:
PO 321 – Perform the Duties of a Team Leader On A Weekend Bivouac Exercise:
PO 322 – Plot Location on a Topographical Map Using A Global Positioning System Receiver:
PO 324 – Survive When Lost:
PO 325 – Identify the Competencies of an Outdoor Leader:
PO 326 – Perform Expedition Skills:

Gold Star
PO 401 – Recognize How the Legal System Affects Youth:
PO 402 – Perform Community Service:
PO 403 – Act as a Team Leader:
PO 404 – Update personal Activity Plan:
PO 405 – Participate in Recreational Sports:
PO 406 – Fire the Cadet Air Rifle During Recreational Marksmanship:
PO 407 – Serve in an Army Cadet Corps:
PO 408 – Command a Platoon on Parade:
PO 409 – Instruct a Lesson:
PO 420 – Identify the Structure of the Canadian Army:
PO 422 – Follow a Multi-Leg Route Using a Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver:
PO 424 – Employ Natural Resources in a Survival:
PO 425 – Develop an Expedition Plan:
Section 1 – Establish Expedition parameters:
Section 2 – Plan an Expedition Route:
Section 3 – Develop an Expedition Equipment List:
Section 4 – Develop an Expedition Ration Plan:
Section 5 – Discuss Actions Taken when a Person is Lost:
Section 6 – Analyze Problems Using an Expedition Case Study:
PO 426 – Perform Expedition Skills:

She has appiled this year to become staff at the RCAC Camp in Gagetown.
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After looking at this…..god help us if she was a terrorist!

Prepare for the unknown by studying how others in the past have coped with the unforeseeable and the unpredictable.
George S. Patton