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Throughout 2020 it’s been humbling to see the amazing strength and resilience our Cadet Forces have displayed throughout the pandemic.

From virtual training to charity fundraising, to saluting our heroes, to supporting their community. Even though our Cadets’ activities have had to adapt, what it means to be a Cadet will never change. Find out what some of them have been getting up to!

Being BAME in the ACF

In the current context of the swell of support for racial equality, we wanted to highlight some of the amazing support networks within the Cadet community.

Breaking Records!

Army Cadets set two new Guinness World Records™ to mark World Mental Health Day.

London Wing at Westminster

London Wing Cadets mark 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

Colour Coding Cockpits

Cadet Corporal Sam Aleksander of 229 (Farnham) Squadron has taken top spot in the BAE Systems Tempest Cockpit Design Competition.

13 Company, South West London ACF sector

In March we went into lockdown and ‘13 Coy At Home’ was unleashed, a company operation that allowed the Coy as a whole to function, share news and information and support the new virtual way of training.

London Area Sea Cadets

It’s been quite a year! As Sea Cadets in London ended a successful 2019 and made plans for an even more activity-filled 2020, little did any of them know what was in store and what challenges lay ahead.