We will remember them.
The annual Battle of Britain Day is celebrated on September 15.
The day is dedicated to the large-scale aerial battle that took place from July 10 until October 31, 1940. The clash was said to be the first major military campaign fought entirely by air forces.
Britain's Royal Air Force defended the United Kingdom from attacks by Nazi Germany's Luftwaffe. British allies from many nations including Canada, Australia, Poland and New Zealand also took part.
In honour of the momentous event, September 15 has become an annual day to commemorate the Battle of Britain in the UK.
*Participation is critical for all cadets.*
Dress: C-1 (ceremonial dress) with tunic. Black and Whites for recruits, with appropriate dark coloured jacket. Please dress accordingly to weather.
Location: Form up at Branch 10 Todmorden, 1083 Pape Ave., Toronto, M4K 3W7
The parade starts Legion 10 branch, after they will march (5-8 minutes) to Westminster Presbyterian Church, 154 Floyd Ave., Toronto, M4K 2B7 where the service takes place.
At completion cadets will assist in distributing flyers for the Heroes of Suicide service.
Parents are encouraged to stay and watch the parade.
Transportation: Transpiration is not provided, cadets are to arrive by own means.
Meals: Cadets return to Branch for refreshments provided by the Ladies Auxiliary
(A vegetarian option will be provided. Any any Cadets with a food allergy will bring their own lunch.).
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