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

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That fact alone makes ROTC an excellent source of commissioning junior leaders because in their daily lives as cadets they must develop and use those skills in order to succeed.
Mr Brown said: "I have been hugely impressed by the work of our cadet forces, the Combined Cadet Force, the Sea Cadets Corps, the Army Cadet Force and the Air Training Corps.
In July, Oxford's cadets enjoyed a special treat by the IDC of Newport, R.
On October 7, 1975, President Gerald Ford signed the Military Procurement Bill into law, officially permitting women to enter the service academies as cadets and midshipmen.
Meanwhile, Americans United continues to receive more complaints from former and current Air Force cadets regarding the mixing of church and state at the Academy and at Air Force bases.
As it stands currently, there is no requirement for cadets to take a course in ethics or morality of war.
Like all good writers, Hank's done his research on Cub Cadets.
In one of the largest dining facilities in the Air Force, 4,125 cadets hungrily down their ham and croissant sandwiches, affectionately known as "fatty bags" for their extra caloric value.
Two cadets are also recognized as Outstanding Graduates.
Vallador, who hails from Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental, and others in the Top 10, including two female cadets, were presented by PNP Director General Ronald dela Rosa to the media in Camp Crame.