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Synonyms for cadet

a military trainee (as at a military academy)

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Grace Academy Platoon, part of B Company, Warwickshire Army Cadet Force, is one of the [euro]rst school detach Force, is one of the [euro]rst school detachments opened as part of the school's ments opened as part of the school's expansion programme.
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.
com/news/story/st-johns-lawsuit-for-Wednesday--March-13--2012) reported at the time that the younger cadet had allegedly threatened the cadet leader when he was ordered to fall into formation.
This also helps the foreign cadet considerably in learning Turkish.
The course at the International Maritime College of Oman (IMCO) includes 12 months of sea time, which the cadets will spend on vessels from Nakilat's 54-strong gas-carrying fleet.
As a cadet Company Sergeant Major, Bishop Heber school pupil Robert is the highest ranking cadet on the camp and will be keeping a watchful eye over 300 other youngsters this year.
The captain is required to sign the training record book to confirm that the cadet is carrying out specified tasks and duties on board.
The royal review in Central London and the Buckingham Palace garden party are the centrepiece of the cadet movement's 150th anniversary year and echo the centenary celebrations in July 1960 when the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh reviewed the cadet forces in the palace's gardens.
At this particular juncture all we can say is that the captain took the Royalist out of the harbour at the end of the Sea Cadet Festival at Gunwharf Quays and took it to Stokes Bay, not very far away, for anchorage," he said.
As each professor, coach, boss, unit and family lay the requirements on the cadet they experience the multiple demands they will face when entering into the Army.
The new group, containing 12 cadet pilots from countries around the world including Hungary, Canada and the United Kingdom, follows Etihad's highly successful Emirati cadet pilot programme.
Mr Brown said he was "hugely impressed" by the work of the cadets and said he wanted to see cadet forces developed "across a whole range of schools".
Grenier and cadet staff and instructors broke the news to excited students, and the surprise announcement was also made at the group's annual year-end awards banquet hosted by the Auburn Lodge of Elks.