Exeter sea cadets


The Marine Cadet Section was formed in 1955 at the request of the Commandant GeneralRoyal Marines. Although it is an integral part of the Sea Cadet Corps, it looks to the Corps of Royal Marines for its styles and standards of dress, drill and training.

"If you've got the bottle tell it to the Marines!"

And pretty soon you could be following in the footsteps of the elite Royal Marines Commandos- the cream of Britain's fighting forces.

Learn the combat skills of camouflage and concealment, reach a rendezvous with a map and compass or just the stars to guide you and get to grips with the firepower of some of the latest weapons.

Yes, you can test your talents against one of the toughest challenges in the book and develop new skills to give you a head start in life. Alpha Company have Royal Marine Cadet Detachments all around the South West, South Wales and Midlands area And to really impress your mates, there's a bonus in   store, for when you change out of your combat kit, for  parades and ceremonial occasions you'll wear the  famous "Blues" - best uniform of the Royal Marines.

 As you'd expect, the Royal Marines Cadet Detachments are highly disciplined so that each member of a "Section" can depend one hundred percent on their mates. You'll learn self-discipline and teamwork.     And because you're part of a Sea Cadet Unit there are all the water-borne activities too. The Royal Marines Cadets are currently open to boys and girls from the age 13 and promotion prospects are good. So when you make Cadet Sergeant, you'll be leading your own troops on training exercises and challenges.

So why not move on from Action Man make believe of computer games, become a Royal Marines Cadet

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