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CADET. A younger brother, one trained up for the army or navy.

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He was one of only 12 out of 8,500 cadets aged between 10 and 18 in the region to be chosen for the award.
Every year, tens of thousands of cadets participate in numerous commemorative events across Canada and around the world, including November 11 Remembrance Day services.
This year Volunteer cadets Katie Reynolds and Zain Bashir joined nine other cadets to attend the service in Edinburgh.
Sunday saw the cadets help out on the Tyne Bridge, and they were called to assist event stewards after an athlete required first aid.
Redcar Sea Cadets has two sections; Junior Sea Cadets for children aged 10 to 12 and Sea Cadets for those aged 12 to 18.
Lieutenant General Hidayat Ur Rehman appreciated the turn out of the Cadets, PT display, Taekwondo, Gymnastic and Drill of the young cadets.
Later, Corps Commander Lieutenant Hidayat Ur Rehman distributed prizes among the best cadets of the college.
e cadets have completed six months of training, included drill, turnout, military knowledge, [euro]rst aid, map and compass, PT, [euro]eldcraft and skill at arms.
They played against fellow Cadets in the Wales and North West region.
The Squadron, which is based behind Sutton Rugby Club in Walmley, will be giving presentations on the Air Cadets and there will also be demonstrations given by the cadets.
John's filed by 11 former cadets and their families against the boarding school in which students contend the school's quasi-military cadet program encourages physical and mental abuse.