How much do Army Cadets get paid UK?
The typical The British Army Officer Cadet salary is £14 per hour. Officer Cadet salaries at The British Army can range from £9 – £22 per hour.
Do Army Cadets go camping?
Each year, ACF cadets are invited to join an Annual Camp and go away with other cadets in their ACF County for up to two weeks during the school holidays. For most cadets, Annual Camp is the highlight of their year with the ACF.
Is Army Cadets worth joining?
Becoming an Army Cadet has heaps of benefits. The most obvious being that you get to take part in loads of exciting and challenging activities such as fieldcraft, adventure training, first aid, music, sports and shooting, to name but a few.
Do Army Cadets use real guns?
As a cadet you will learn to shoot accurately using a range of cadet rifles but you will not be allowed to shoot any rifle until you have demonstrated a full understanding of the use of the rifle and the vital safety procedures.
What age can my son join Army Cadets?
The Army Cadets can offer a lot of exciting opportunities to young people from 12 and 17 years old, but we know that parents and carers will have questions about the Army cadets, what it does and the kind of activities our cadets take part in.
What is the age limit for Army Cadets?
Can you join the Army Cadets at 14?
For fun, friendship, action and adventure, join the Army Cadet Force If you’re over 12 (and in year eight at school) and under 18, you can join the Army Cadets.
Do you salute a cadet?
When on campus and in uniform, cadets will salute all cadet officers and cadre officers of all services. It is appropriate to accompany the salute with a word of greeting, for example, “Good morning, sir.”
Can you shoot guns in cadets?
Whatever level you are as a cadet, you’ll have the opportunity to try your hand at military skills and drills including shooting. Marksmanship goes a long way back in the history of Air Cadets and is one of our most popular activities.