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May 11th, 2015
May 11th, 2015

CCGA Member wins the Coxswain Challenge @ IRB Training

The Canadian Coast Guard provides SAR training for their summer SAR crews who operate RHIBs at various locations.  Each year, a competition is held at the end of the training.

This year, a CCGA member who is also a university student won the competition.

Congratulations.

Alexander Limoges-Friend (Centre), crew member of Thunder Spirit with trophy.
Alexander Limoges-Friend (Centre), crew member of Thunder Spirit with trophy.
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