How old do you have to be to join the navy cadets?

How old do you have to be to join the navy cadets?

The Navy League Cadet program welcomes boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 12 for fun, naval themed activities.

What comes before sea cadets?

In keeping with Commonwealth custom, the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets stand first in the order of precedence, before the Army Cadets and Air Cadets. This is in keeping with the Royal Navy’s status as the Senior Service, a tradition common to most Commonwealth navies. Boys and girls aged 12 to 18 may join the RCSCC.

How old do you have to be to join the Australian Navy Cadets?

12 years and 6 months old
To be a Navy Cadet, you need to: be a resident of Australia. be at least 12 years and 6 months old and under 19 years.

Who are the cadets of the Australian Navy?

ADF Cadets consists of the Australian Navy Cadets, the Australian Army Cadets and the Australian Air Force Cadets. Each Cadet Force has a different focus based on the traditions and activities of its parent Service. The Australian Navy Cadets wears the uniform of the Royal Australian Navy and focuses on maritime activities.

How old do you have to be to be a cadet in the ADF?

Australian Defence Force Cadets (ADF Cadets) is a youth development program run by the ADF in conjunction with the community for young people aged from 12 ½ to 19 years inclusive.* The Cadets have approximately 25,000 cadets in 461 Cadet Units in every State and Territory in Australia.

Where are Cadet units located in the ADF?

Cadet Units are run by Officers or Instructors of Cadets who are volunteers. Units are located in schools, communities and on ADF facilities. With cooperation and support from the local community, ADF Cadets provides young people an opportunity to participate in adventurous activities that encourage teamwork, leadership and self-respect.

How many Navy League Cadets are there in Canada?

GET THE DETAILS. The Navy League Cadet program is funded and operated by the Navy League of Canada —a civilian organization that aims to help young Canadians learn life skills including citizenship, leadership and teamwork. There are more than 3,500 Navy League Cadets active in 102 communities across Canada.