Army Cadet Corps

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  • In his tenth year he was placed in the 2nd Moscow Army Cadet Corps. Cited from Musical Portraits, by Paul Rosenfeld
  • The HKAC cadets are often visited by fellow army cadet corps from other countries and they in turn visit corps in other countries from time to time.
  • It is the home of the 2834 Army Cadet Corps, as well.
  • The United States Army Cadet Corps take this uniform seriously and expect any prospective commissioned officer to as well.
  • Army Cadet Corps are usually affiliated to a Reserve or Regular Force army regiment and wear the accoutrements of their affiliated unit.
  • The TAS Cadet Unit is part of the Australian Army Cadet Corps, and has been operating at the school for over 100 years.
  • The program is governed by the state and federal arms of the Australian Army Cadet Corps and is supported by the A SQD Tenth Light Horse.
  • The United States Army Cadet Corps, Inc., is not a governmental agency and is not an official entity of the United States Army.
  • The U.S. Army Cadet Corps purchased the property in September 2008 and has turned it into its national headquarters, as well as a National Cadet Training Center.
  • The RWR has an army cadet corps of the same name, Royal Winnipeg Rifles Cadet Corps, formed in 1947.
  • The national branch ensures with the help of the provincial and local branches the funding of transportation, accommodations and training not funded by DND, for 450 Canadian army cadet corps.
  • As an Army Cadet corps the 2537 Battlefords Army Cadets are expected to participate in fundraising for activities for any additional requirements that are not provided by Program Funding.
  • Previously, a Special General Order issued on December 21, 1903 had allowed qualified male school teachers be appointed as a Second Lieutenant, and to be permitted to hold the rank as long as they remained an instructor and the Army Cadet Corps remained efficient.
  • In July 2013, after stating just one month before that the buildings at the heart of the investigation were safe, the Army Cadet Corps plans to tear down the Rankin Building on its Millersburg campus that a fire inspector shut down in late June.
  • Between its founding and the present, it underwent numerous name changes, and settled on its current name in 2007 when the Naval, Marine Corps, and Army Battalions of the American Cadet Alliance (ACA) merged to become the United States Army Cadet Corps.
  • Each Officers' Corps applicant must complete a series of prerequisites and a thorough screening process prior to receiving a commission or appointment as an officer or NCO in the U.S. Army Cadet Corps (USAC).
  • Born April 1, 1871 in his family estate Olekszyszki (near Lida), in 1890 he graduated from the Russian Army Cadet Corps in Polotsk, then entered the Officer's School of Cavalry, becoming in 1892 a professional officer of the Russian Army.
  • In June 2013, a fire inspector from the Paris Fire Department ordered U.S. Army Cadet Corps to evacuate about 70 teen-age cadets and some adult staffers from two buildings at the corps' Millersburg campus in Bourbon County after finding wiring problems and other issues.
  • In 2001, the Australian Army Cadet Corps was renamed the Australian Army Cadets as part of major reforms brought about with the Topley review and during 2004, the title of Regional Cadet Unit (RCU) was dropped in favour of Army Cadet Unit (ACU).