Discussion in 'London, ON' started by The_Last_Warrior, Aug 14, 2002.
Thanks Cranie (who suggested the name)
London Squadron is kind of cool, but there's a problem with it.
A Squadron consists of 12 members. Maybe that wouldn't bother you guys, but it would bother me.
LOL that reminds me of something, actually AT_60. (sorry to OT) When I was in highschool we formed a girls accapella (I have no clue how to spell that) group and since there were 12 of us we named ourselves the Twelve Tones. This was especially cool since there are 12 tones in an octave (for all you music buffs out there I'm talking about 12 different notes, not 12 actual tones). Anyway, we were the 12 tones. The next year we dropped to 8. 'Nuff said, but we kept the name anyway.
When I was an Air Cadet, our squadron had 93 members.
I was in air cadets too (I think I told you that before). Got me hooked on flying and I even took lessons.
Got all my solo time in and my cross country trip in...and ran out of cash.
I didn't know you were a Cadet, YJN. How long were you in for? What rank? What squadron?
I was F/Sgt when I quit in May 2002. 243 Ogopogo.
Ya yoou knew, we taked about it before, you were still out west. I think it was almost a year ago. That's how I knew you were a cadet.
I don't remember much, other then I hated it. The riflery and flying were cool but that was it.
I was in it for maybe 6 months max, to be honest I even think it was only a month.
What rank? Lowest, can't get far in such a short time.
What squadron? No idea. It was here in St. Catharines.