Army Cadet Force

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  • There is an Army Cadet Force and a community band.
  • Chatteris also has a Scout club, an Army Cadet force and a youth football team.
  • Now the Scottish Yeomanry's name is only continued by the Army Cadet Force.
  • Stone enrolled in the Army Cadet Force as a fourteen-year-old where he received basic training in firearm use.
  • Today it is used by the Hayling Island Army Cadet Force for there meetings.
  • When Bailey was 12 years old, his mother sent him to join the Army Cadet Force in White City.
  • There is also a platoon of the Army Cadet Force and an Air Training Corps squadron in residence.
  • It is often used by the Air Training Corps and the Army Cadet Force, but is also a regular training area for the British Army.
  • The school also hosts the Horley detachment of the Army Cadet Force.
  • The Academy opened its Army Cadet Force, in spring 2011 in its own purpose built facilities, one of the very few in a state school in the country.
  • These cadet corps were mainly in Secondary and Public Schools, until 1942 when the Army Cadet Force came into being.
  • In 1914 all independent Cadet units were taken under control by the War Office and the name Army Cadet Force was born.
  • The older part is known by students as The Old House and is also used by the local youth club and serves as the local Army Cadet Force detachment.
  • After serving in the First World War, he later took charge of the Army Cadet Force in Northern Ireland, and also ran the family estate agency firm.
  • Three units still maintain their militia designation in the British Army, two in the Army Reserve and one in the Army Cadet Force.
  • In January 1971 he was awarded the MBE for his work as County Sports officer for the Army Cadet Force.
  • The ideal candidates were sought in the USC, reserve forces, university Officers' Training Corps and Army Cadet Force.
  • The rank of warrant officer does not exist in the Army Cadet Force and Combined Cadet Force (Army).
  • Edwards joined the Army Cadet Force, a youth organisation with connections to the British Army, aged 13.
  • In 1859, Hill created the Southwark detachment of the Army Cadet Force, its first independent unit, which gave training along military lines for local boys.
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