cadet

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  • During the academic year, all cadets take formal classes in military theory, operations and leadership.
  • After passing out of the college, cadets served aboard a special training vessel for one year.
  • All of these courses are three weeks long, and are available to cadets who are level two or above.
  • A cadet branch is a line of descent from another line than the senior-most.
  • In total, the cadets could be quite into the culture and real world before their graduation.
  • Each summer, cadets participate in training programs according to their class.
  • Cadets are required to take physical education courses in each of their four years at the Academy.
  • Cadets also have the opportunity to visit various sections of the station and meet the people who work there.
  • The corps takes cadets on a field day each term to take part in activities that are specific to their section.
  • He worked as a merchant sea cadet and spent some time abroad.
  • After the first year, cadets have more options for summer military training.
  • Officer Cadets were part of the team that converted the old guard house into a proper museum.
  • As a result, most of a cadet's first two years are spent in core classes.
  • As a result, most of a cadet's first two years are spent in core classes.
  • Therefore he invited the officer cadets to choose a new name.
  • Over eight thousand cadets completed training there during World War II.
  • The squad also enlists college students and has an active high school cadet program.
  • Cadets must attend at least one Advanced Training each year in order to advance in rank.
  • A cadet may not be promoted to the same acting rank twice.
  • In addition, cadets perform a variety of military duties at the academy.
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Synonyms of cadet

Meaning of cadet

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