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

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Cadet Denny said: "I know being part of cadets is going to help in the future.
The cadets thrashed it out in an all-day challenge competing in five games, conceding no goals and winning every game.
The RAF Air Cadets is a military youth organisation which is directly sponsored by the Royal Air Force.
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.
Talking about his experience at the camp in MenteE-, which he participated in three times, a senior foreign cadet commented, "The military training we get in real terrain conditions not only strengthens us physically, but also increases our self-confidence.
The four cadets will travel to Oman to commence their studies on September 22.
The 17 year old, who is a member of the Rossett army cadets, will use the site to keep friends and family back home updated about the goings on of the cadets during their stay in the South East of England.
Renaissance, which owns an offshore support marine vessel fleet through its Topaz Marine subsidiary, is currently providing berths for the cadets to complete their sea time training and is on the way to providing a fully-fledged cadet programme.
Five cadet bands and eight marching platoons will parade down the Mall for an inspection by the Prince of Wales.
The cadets were ordered to furl and reef the sails which is standard operational procedure for the night and unfortunately the cadet fell while aloft.
1) Intellectual: To supplement the University's traditional education with subjects of value to the student in civil or military pursuits; to teach each cadet to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; and to motivate cadets to become leaders throughout their lives, beginning with their university experience.