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  • Tell the mess cadet in charge of the hall your unit number and he'll show you to the right table. Cited from Stand by for Mars!, by Carey Rockwell
  • The plot features female police cadets in training to join the Hollywood vice squad.
  • He was enlisted as a cadet in his father's regiment, where he worked on land survey.
  • To test the progress of the cadets in their studies, there are held semi-annual public examinations. Cited from Elements of Military Art and Science, by Henry Wager Halleck
  • Also for that day, all cadets in Korea take part in the parade.
  • Basic course cadets in their first and second years serve in roles equivalent to those filled by junior enlisted soldiers.
  • His thoughts were of the three cadets in his unit, who were, first and foremost, his responsibility. Cited from Sabotage in Space, by Carey Rockwell
  • Cadets in their third year serve in roles equivalent to those held by noncommissioned officers and junior officers.
  • This helps cadets in many areas, from leadership to public speaking.
  • "Oh, do you think that's true?" asked one of the cadets in fright. Cited from The Rover Boys at Colby Hall, by Arthur M. Winfield
  • While in high school, he participated in the Australian Army Cadets in a horse-drawn field artillery unit.
  • She developed an interest in shooting when she was a NCC Cadet in her college.
  • He entered the military academy as a naval cadet in 1956 and studied there for one year.
  • Each squadron consists of five divisions with approximately 40 cadets in each division.
  • The school has a central mess which caters food to all cadets in one sitting.
  • Every cadet in the room was astonished, and all leaped to their feet. Cited from The Rover Boys in Camp, by Arthur M. Winfield
  • For most of its history, the college numbered on average around 200 cadets in any given year.
  • He initially trained as a cadet in the Royal Navy, later joining the Foreign Office.
  • Sir Anthony started his career as a Cadet in the Royal Navy.
  • But in the government of the country he had less real share than the youngest writer or cadet in the Company's service. Cited from Critical and Historical Essays, by Macaulay V1
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