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

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Cadet 1CL Paolo Balla Briones from Baguio City is ranked 8th and No.
Quickly after that, Sonier adorned the CF uniform to become a CIC (cadet instructor cadre) officer and continued to dedicate 21 years to the cadet program, until she retired in 2005.
The Infantry Directorate Silver Medal for Best Gentleman Cadet in Service Subjects was awarded to Company Quarter Master Seargent Sanjay Yadav of Kalidhar Coy.
This year, 163 Squadron took 32 cadets to the training day and they returned to Coventry victorious in the drill competition, the banner drill competition, the rifle shooting competition, the open age aircraft recognition competition and the aircraft modelling competition.
The opening parade was held 104 years to the day that the first Dame Allan's cadet corps became one of the first cadet corps in the North East.
I feel I've made so much progress throughout my time in the Air Cadets.
As part of the celebrations, an event was held at Ty Llewellyn TA Centre on Morgan Street in Cardiff and featured a parade and inspection by the captain of the Sea Cadets Corps.
Young cadets based in Norton's Army Reserve Centre were presented with the same badges as 243 Provost Company of the Royal Military Police who have shared the same facility as them for years.
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.
NORTHUMBRIA Police Cadets represented the force at the National Police Memorial Day Service in Edinburgh.
FEMALE cadets from 2348 Maghull Squadron have recently won first place in a regional five-a-side football competition.
A cadet from the squadron is shortly to travel to RAF Ascension Island.