cadet

All Noun
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  • Some are former cadets, and many have former regular or reserve force service.
  • Cadet officers are required to serve at least one term in a leadership position.
  • After the two first years at these schools, officer-cadets receive the title of lieutenant.
  • Instead they are officially called fourth class, third class, second class, and first class cadets.
  • Young people can remain as cadets for up to two years.
  • A cadet edition is a cut down version of a book which is more simply written.
  • Some are former cadets, many have former regular or reserve force service.
  • He served two years as a Cadet and then went to sea.
  • All cadets must be crime-free, drug-free, and doing well in school.
  • There seemed to be no end to the power in the cadet's hands. Cited from Treachery in Outer Space, by Carey Rockwell and Louis Glanzman
  • Cadet Force officers may serve to any age after receiving a commission.
  • There are seven national courses in the air cadet summer training program.
  • The day-to-day corps activities, however, are run primarily by the cadets.
  • Part of the training that the cadets receive is naval and military in nature.
  • She also worked as a police cadet while in college.
  • He attended flying school in Canada, where he became the best pilot cadet of his group.
  • This is usually a cadet's first real test of their training in actual combat conditions.
  • This is usually a cadet's first real test of their training in actual combat conditions.
  • Cadets are encouraged to take part in as much as possible and to try new things.
  • These people are the heart of the operations of a Sea Cadet unit.
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Synonyms of cadet

Meaning of cadet

  • noun A military trainee (as at a military academy)