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

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The Brigade of the Guards Silver Medal for Best Gentleman Cadet in Drill was awarded to Academy Cadet Adjutant Karthigayan S of Gurez Coy.
The ceremony was witnessed by high-ranking military and civil officials, diplomats, foreign dignitaries and a large number of guests of graduating cadets.
On the occasion, National Songs, Folk songs and Tableaus were presented by the cadets of the College.
AIR cadets from 163 (Coventry Phoenix) Squadron are celebrating after retaining their title as the Best All Round Squadron in Warwickshire and Birmingham Wing.
The air and army cadets had become so successful that in 1942 the sea cadet corps was formed and cadets were able to make the most of their location on the Lake District's largest lake.
He further said that commissioning of Saudi cadets at the PAF Academy is a shining example of shared vision and cooperation between PAF and RSAF and is a step towards strengthening the friendship and good will between our great nations and armed forces.
uk A TEENAGER from Kirkheaton has been honoured by Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant for his outstanding service in Mirfield Air Cadets.
THEY'VE helped generations of young Cardiffians get a taste of the sea life - and now Cardiff Sea Cadets are celebrating their milestone centenary.
NORTON cadets have been honoured with new cap badges in a prestigious ceremony.
d f h h k ARMY cadets from the Wrexham area took part in cermonies in Thiepval, France to commemmorate the centenary of the start of the Battle of the Somme.