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Patron: HM The Queen
The Princess Royal , accompanied by her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, was the guest of honour at BRNC ’s final passing-out-parade of the year. As the rain eased off, and with the Royal Marines band playing festive tunes, the Princess Royal was invited to inspect the cadets and take the salute during the march past. The parade signified the end of 30 weeks intensive training for the 67 Officer Cadets who can now enjoy Christmas with their families before embarking on the next stage of their Royal Navy careers
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Princess Royal attends naval cadets’ passing out parade
When the Air Cadets of 1846 (Southall) Squadron suggested that they introduce Bhangra dance to their squadron activities they couldn’t have guessed that it would lead to a series of major engagements.
Air Cadets prove to be a hit with Bhangra
After training more than a staggering 1,000 young cadets to fly solo, one of the Air Cadets’ longest-serving members played a key role in the organisation’s historic 70th anniversary celebrations last week.
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Air Cadet of 69 years helps organisation celebrate its 70th birthday