Cadet Training Unit

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  • Back in Australia the following February he was posted to an officer cadet training unit, being commissioned lieutenant in November 1944.
  • Offered the opportunity of a commission he went to 166th Officer Cadet Training Unit in mid-1940.
  • He was commissioned as a second lieutenant on 16 August 1941, having attended an Officer Cadet Training Unit.
  • He attended the Officers Cadet Training Unit in Scottish seaside town of Dunbar, and was commissioned as an infantry officer.
  • On 20 August 1944, Derrick was posted to an officer cadet training unit in Victoria.
  • Following time in the 152nd Officer Cadet Training Unit, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant on 28 December 1940.
  • During World War II it was used as an Officer Cadet Training Unit; the military identification plate nailed to one of the pillars of the front entrance is still present.
  • In 1939, she enlisted in the ATS Officer Cadet training unit, but soon left to work for the Ministry of Economic Warfare in London.
  • After the departure of the Thor missiles in 1963, the RAF's Officer Cadet Training Unit was based on the station.
  • He graduated from military college in 1943, then spent some time in an Officer Cadet Training Unit before serving on a Norwegian Motor Torpedo Boat (MTB).
  • This training was normally under-taken at an Officer Cadet Training Unit (O.C.T.U.) which was attached to that arm of the service in which the cadet would eventually serve e.g. R.A., R.E., Infantry etc.
  • In order to be awarded a Volunteer Reserve commission they have to complete an intensive course run by the Officer and Aircrew Cadet Training Unit at RAFC Cranwell.
  • Although he could have taken an immediate commission, Baker and a friend who had joined up at the same time determined to serve at least six months in the ranks before accepting a posting to an Officer Cadet Training Unit in Catterick Garrison in March 1940.
  • After training at the reputedly tough Officer Cadet Training Unit at Dunbar, he was commissioned in the Cameron Highlanders in 1941.
  • The increase in services was due to Bolton's at Froghall being an important munitions site and Alton Towers becoming 121 Officer Cadet Training Unit, Royal Artillery.
  • During the war, he joined the Royal Artillery as a gunner before being selected for a commission and going to the Royal Armoured Corps (RAC) Officer Cadet Training Unit (OCTU) at Sandhurst.
  • At present, most RAF officer cadets complete a 34-week course within the College's Officer and Aircrew Cadet Training Unit (OACTU), commanded since 2010 by Group Captain Peter Jones, before they are commissioned.
  • After a short time as Chief Instructor at 161 Infantry Officer Cadet Training Unit at Sandhurst, he returned to his regiment on 8 May 1940 where he was appointed Commanding Officer of the 3rd Battalion with the rank of acting lieutenant-colonel.
  • In 1947 the Mons Officer Cadet Training Unit (Aldershot) was re-organised as an OCTU for short service and national service officer cadets of the technical arms i.e. officer cadets of the Royal Artillery and Royal Armoured Corps.
  • On 21 February 1974, six years after she qualified as aircrew and at the age of 26, Howard was commissioned as a Flying Officer from the Officer Cadet Training Unit at RAF Henlow.

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