Gautois Junior Rangers

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Published on November 01, 2012

Cpl Devin Simms is seen here making leg splints from local sticks to help a victim until he can receive proper medical attention.

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Sgt. Earl Lawrence teching survival skills with Sgt. Brandon McDonald.

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Sgt. EArl Lawrence teaching survival skills to the Junior Rangers.

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Sgt. Earl Lawrence and Cpl. Ron Simms addressing the RAngers.

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The Rangers lerning how to make arm slings.

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Transporting a victim to medical help on a stretcher made from local materils.

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Getting ready for the overnight camp.

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Making sure the campsite is clear of discarded glass.

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Taking the campling equipment to Third Pond.

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Getting a trent ready frot he overnight venture.

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Rangers Dawn Andrews, Morgan Simms, Rachel Hunt and Mallory Hunt taking in the exercie.

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Sgt. Mallory Hunt helping at the training session at Victoria Academy.

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Sgt. Earl Lawrence putting on a mask to simulate a head wound while Ranger leaders MCpl Derek Drover and 2IC Ron Simms look on.

The 12 members of the Canadian Junior Rangers in Gaultois were actively involved in a hands-on wilderness remote first aid training session on September 22. The exercise focused on teaching the Rangers survival skills in the wilderness by using the local materials around them to make arm/leg splints and stretchers.

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