WO Aaron Murphy Wins The Lord Strathcona Medal

Last night I had the extreme pleasure of attending my younger brother‘s Annual Ceremonial Review. Yes that’s right I said pleasure. In the past I avoided this event like the plague. However I enjoyed last night’s ceremony very much.

The highlight of the evening was during the awards presentation when Aaron was awarded The Lord Strathcona Medal. It was great to see him get something that I know he has worked very hard for. It was also nice to hear the loud “YES!!!” resound from my parents when his name was announced.

Aaron is a Warrant Officer for the 2415 Gonzaga Army Cadets and hopes to continue his advanced training this summer by completing the Parachutist Course. Most recently, he attended a special training camp called exercise “Sub-Zero” in Wentworth, Nova Scotia. He was one of the 16 Cadets chosen to attend from Atlantic Canada.

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2 Responses to WO Aaron Murphy Wins The Lord Strathcona Medal

  1. katelyn murphy says:

    great job murphy nice job on para it must have been a great adventure i hope you go far in the future

  2. Doyle J says:

    Great Job Murphy. You did a great job in 2415 Gonzaga army cadet and it a shame you could no longer attend.I bet you miss being called sir :P so heres a reminder .. ” YES SIR!” :P your remembered for the great things you did. I dont think you’ll ever be forgoten. 2415 ROX !!! lol I hope your having fun without us :P. (ps. i still havnt returned my uniform :P )

    -Doyle, J