The Royal Canadian Horse Artillery visited their Big Eddy School home base and brought along a 105mm Howitzer

Big gun in the Big Eddy

The Revelstoke Rocky Mountain Rangers cadets got a special surprise at their Tuesday night training on April 17.

The Revelstoke Rocky Mountain Rangers cadets got a special surprise at their Tuesday night training on April 17.

The Royal Canadian Horse Artillery visited their Big Eddy School home base and brought along a 105mm Howitzer, which is used for training and avalanche control in the Rogers Pass Area.

The cadets got a chance to pose with the gun and watch a demonstration.

Pictured above from left: Capt Miken Rienks, Bombardier Shastan Bequmont-Smith, CWO Rachel Rienks, CPL Davey Duthie, CPL Darren Gallicano, CPL Alex Tilden, CPL Trevor Gallicano, MCPL Xena Tilden, SGT Tyler Coley, LCPL Shawn Lee, CPL Jesse Reid, SGT Corey Rein, Bombardier Nathan Betz.

Pictured below from left in the artillery truck: CWO Rachel Rienks, MCPL Xena Tilden, CPL Jesse Reid, LCPL Shawn Lee, CPL Trevor Gallicano, CPL Alex Tilden, SGT Tyler Coley, Cpl Darren Gallicano, CPL Davey Duthie

 

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