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  Officer Cadet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Officer Cadets may sometimes hold a staff or even line appointment within a unit, such as second-in-command of a platoon within a company-sized or larger unit; this is usually done for training purposes, but may also be done to fill holes in an establishment due to manpower shortages within the officer cadre.
Officer Cadets in the CF are subordinate officers, and billet and mess with other officers, but do not carry the Queen's commission and are not required to be saluted.
Officer Cadets are nominally in the chain of command and have, in certain battles, been the surviving officer in a unit and thus in command.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Officer_Cadet   (1978 words)

  
 "Golden Lion" Cadet Battalion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The cadet battalion is under the direct supervision of the Professor of Military Science (PMS) and his representative, the commandant of cadets.
Cadet activities include; planning and conducting leadership labs, writing and revising portions of the cadet handbook, cadet athletic activities, social events, and field training exercises.
The commandant is the link between the Military Science Department and the cadet organization and advises the PMS on issues relative to the functioning of the cadet battalion.
www.uapb.edu /academics/rotc/cadet_battalion.html   (702 words)

  
 NZ Cadet Forces - Becoming an officer
Cadet Force officers who complete the proscribed promotion courses and distance learning packages are now able to qualify for an NZQA approved certificate in First Line management.
It is essential that Officer candidates have demonstrated their suitability to supervise cadets in a fair and equitable manner.
Applicants for Cadet Forces Officer commissions are to attend unit routine parade activities for a period of at least 20 parades before completing an application form for a probationary commission.
www.cadetforces.mil.nz /officers/index.html   (231 words)

  
 U.H. ROTC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Cadet Command's fundamental purpose is to commission the future officer leadership of the United States Army to lead the world's best soldiers.
Training must be challenging, dynamic, interesting, interactive-discussion based, progressive and sequential in nature in order to produce officers with a warrior spirit who are professional, action-oriented in thought and deed, have a broad base of general knowledge, and are confident and competent in executing duties and responsibilities.
Each cadet is expected to develop technical competence in his/her assigned duty position, and to be familiar with all the duty positions both two levels higher and two levels lower.
www.uh.edu /rotc/CadetHandbook/Chapters/chapter1.htm   (2906 words)

  
 Cadet Officer's Guide - CadetStuffWiki
Where the Cadet NCO is a doer, implementing plans and training cadets, the Cadet Officer is the one making the plans, organizing and developing activities and training goals.
Whereas in the Cadet First Sergeant's Guide the relationship between the First Sergeant and Cadet Officer was discussed, this will be that same discussion but looking at it in the opposite way.
That cadet is certainly not going to make the effort to stay disciplined for a leader or organization that doesn't care about him or her.
wiki.cadetstuff.org /index.php?title=Cadet_Officer's_Guide   (4048 words)

  
 U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps - Adult Leadership
NSCC officers are dedicated volunteers who instruct cadets, operate units and escort cadets when participating in events away from their home unit.
Officers may either be civilians or military (active, reserve or retired) who are knowledgeable of youth and interested in their training.
NSCC officers are authorized to wear Navy officer uniforms (modified by the NSCC insignia).
www.seacadets.org /public/officer   (190 words)

  
 STAR WARS: Imperial Insignia: Officer Examples
Officer cadets have no rank cylinders because they are in training and are not assigned to any post.
The cold assualt stormtrooper officer seen with General Veers at the Battle of Hoth appears to be a captain because his badge is equivalent to a naval lieutenant.
Perhaps a naval officer was in command of this walker because the Endor deflector shield garrison was a Navy or joint-forces facility.
www.theforce.net /swtc/insignia/badges.html   (5269 words)

  
 Cadet Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Cadets who have not completed field training are not authorized to wear corframs.
When a cadet officer, officer (or higher ranking officer than the one present) enters or leaves a room, the first person to see him/her will call the room to attention.
When a senior ranking officer enters a room used as an office, workshop, or recreation area, those at work or play are not required to come to attention unless addressed by the officer.
www.afrotc.tcu.edu /cadet/cadet_guide.html   (4485 words)

  
 Cadet/Police Officer - The UT System Police
Law enforcement officer or jailer experience is defined as time spent as a full-time payed employee performing police or jailer duties in a position that requires a license as a Texas Peace Officer, Jailer or the equivilent in another state.
Correctional Officer experience is defined as time spent as a full-time paid correctional officer with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, or the equivilent in another state.
Cadets receive 24 weeks of intensive training in a variety of subjects which includes but is not limited to: applicable state laws, criminal investigations, use of force, search and seizure, physical training, emergency vehicle operation and firearms training.
www.utsouthwestern.edu /utsw/cda/dept127875/files/194067.html   (1156 words)

  
 Cadet Handbook
The CO is the primary liaison between the senior cadets and the cadre.
The S5 is also the public affairs officer for the battalion, and, as such, is responsible for advertising ROTC events (open houses, info booth, fun runs, scholarship incentives, recruiting events), updating the cadet’s bulletin board, inviting dignitaries to training events, and editing and distributing the cadet newsletter.
The course objectives are to improve cadets’ understanding of the evolution of war, the evolution of professionalism in the American military, and the place of the American military in society.
www.duke.edu /web/rotc/cadets/chb.html   (7942 words)

  
 AMERICAN CADET ALLIANCE
The Marine Cadet Brigade of the American Cadet Alliance is for those few young men and women who have what it takes to meet the challenge of being called "Marine Cadet." Thousands of former Marine Cadets have gone on to serve in the United States Marine Corps and other branches of the Armed Forces.
The Army Cadet Brigade of the American Cadet Alliance is for those young men and women who are motivated to learn the values and traditions of the United States Army.
All officers and NCOs may be either civilian or military personnel (active duty, reserve, retired or veterans) who, after meeting certain requirements, may be appointed as an Officer Candidate by ACA National Headquarters.
www.militarycadets.org /recruiting.htm   (1790 words)

  
 Maritime London | about us | aims   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Engineer officers operate and maintain the ship's machinery, supervising the running and maintenance of a vast array of complex equipment including the main engine, boilers, pumps, fuel systems, electrical generating and distribution equipment, refrigeration and air conditioning plant, cranes ….
The cadet will be issued with a portfolio detailing and recording the tasks which they are required to complete, both in college and at sea, throughout their cadetship.
In March they will commence phase two of their training; the first sea-going phase where they will start to put into practice and become competent in those aspects of their career which they learned about, in theory, at college; together with many others which can only be learned at sea.
www.maritimelondon.com /officer/engineer.shtml   (436 words)

  
 Det 045 Online >> Reporting In
When an officer wants to see a cadet, the cadet is required to report to the officer.
If the officer is in his/her office, the cadet should knock twice on the door and enter only when told to do so by the officer.
After the conversation comes to an end, the cadet should say “will that be all Sir/Ma’am?” After receiving an affirmative reply, the cadet should stand, salute again, and state “Good morning/afternoon/evening Sir/Ma’am.” After the officer returns your salute, execute the minimum amount of facing movements and leave the office.
www2.sjsu.edu /depts/AFROTC/cadet/reporting.html   (179 words)

  
 Cadet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Canada, the term "cadet" refers to either an officer in training, with the official rank names as Officer Cadet for the Air Force and Army and Naval Cadet for the Navy.
In Norway, "cadet" is a pupil of the "Krigsskolen", of the schools of either the Army, the Navy, or to the Air Force educating commanding officers.
In the UK the cadet forces are the Sea Cadets, Army Cadet Force, the Air Training Corps (all of which are stand alone youth organisations) and the school-based Combined Cadet Force.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cadet   (1174 words)

  
 Australian Army Officer Cadet School  Portsea
The origins of OCS lay in the need for a substantial increase in the output of officers in the early 1950s to support commitments in Japan and Korea and to provide junior officers to train the new national servicemen during their three months full-time duty.
There is comment, too, on selection boards and recruitment, on cadet organisation and rank structure, on bastardisation and the travails of married cadets in the early years.
Though cadets were told in the early years that they could not hope to go beyond the rank of major, reality turned out rather different.
www.diggerhistory.info /pages-recruits/portsea.htm   (1198 words)

  
 New Jersey Wing Cadet Program
The Cadet advisory Council (CAC) is composed of a primary and assistant cadet representative from each New Jersey Wing Squadron.
The CAC also has three main purposes which are to provide an organization where cadets gain leadership experience at higher organizational levels, to aid commanders in monitoring and implementing the Cadet Program, and to make recommendations for improving and running the Cadet Program.
National Cadet Special Activities (NCSA) offer cadets outstanding opportunities to spend a week or more exploring aerospace careers, developing leadership skills, and furthering their love of aviation.
www.njwg.cap.gov /cadets   (675 words)

  
 Cadet Officer Promoted
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Haley Blevins was presented her certificate of completion for the Ira Eaker Award and Cadet First Lieutenant Diane Mattingly was promoted to the grade of cadet Captain and presented with the Amelia Earhart Award completion certificate.
She is the former cadet commander of her unit and presently the Vice Chair of the MDWG Cadet Advisory Council.
Cadets in CAP participate in a structured program through group and individual activities that include aerospace education, physical training, leadership, and moral and ethical values.
somd.com /news/headlines/2005/2976.shtml   (507 words)

  
 State of Arizona Department of Public Safety-Human Resources Officer Information
Cadet/Lateral Officer patrol the roadways of the state providing protection to the public through diligent enforcement of all traffic laws and other statutes.
Upon graduation from the academy, the Cadet Officer is promoted to Officer and attends the DPS Advanced Basic Training, which includes training on Department policies, practices and standards.
An Officer is a fully certified law enforcement officer who, under supervision, patrols highways, enforces laws and ordinances, investigates collisions, and performs related duties.
www.dps.state.az.us /hr/employment/Officer.asp   (1779 words)

  
 Cadet Position Descriptions per 20-1 and CAPP 14   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Assists the cadet commander and deputy commander in administering cadet squadron activities.
When higher headquarters publications do not sufficiently prescribe operational restrictions applicable to local conditions, the operations officer limits aircraft operation and pilot participation in flights to insure that a high degree of flight safety is maintained.
The cadet communications officer should be familiar primarily with CAP directives listed in this manual for the senior member communication officer.
home.earthlink.net /~ddcarver/cadetpositions.htm   (2783 words)

  
 146 ATC
Commissioned in 1983 and commanding officer of the Squadron from 1988 to 1994, he became re-involved with the Squadron as a civilian instructor when his son and daughter joined as cadets, and was re-commissioned in 2000.
Flying Officer Alford took a Commission in 1996 to assist her husband, Flt Lt Ray Alford, in the running of the squadron, enabling him to play a major part in the founding of the celebrated and nationally recognised Junior Leaders course.
Commissioned as an RAFVR(T) officer in 2002 and a keen competitor and sportsman, Roger is currently the Squadron shooting, flying, gliding and sports officer.
www.theaircadets.org /146staff.html   (1700 words)

  
 Officer Cadet Scholarship
The Maritime London Officer Scholarship is a unique opportunity for 16 to 23 year olds to receive a fully paid for three year training course as an officer in the merchant navy.
As a deck officer you will be part of a team responsible for loading and navigating commercial vessels.
As an engineering officer you will be responsible for running hugely sophisticated engines and mechanical systems capable of powering the world’s largest moveable objects across oceans.
www.maritimelondoncadet.com   (296 words)

  
 510 LIONS ROYAL CANADIAN AIR CADET SQUADRON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
It is estimated that more than 4000 cadets have passed through the ranks over the past 47 years.
Many cadets have received advanced training in leadership, athletic leadership, technical trades, survival, musicianship, and several other courses made available to deserving cadets through the years.
Since cadets have been invited to attend in the Nova Scotia International Tattoo in Halifax, NS, cadets from this squadron have taken an active role as both performers and instructors.
members.tripod.com /~bmurf/510lions.html   (608 words)

  
 TXWG CAC Board Members   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
During the past six years he has served his local squadron in numerous positions including First Sergeant, Flight Commander, ES Officer, Executive officer, CAC representative and is currently serving as Cadet Commander of Delta Composite Squadron.
Cadet Vaughan is an OTS and CCSC graduate and instructed SNCOA during the Spring '06 CTEP.
Cadet Vaughan has been presented both the NCO and Officer Citation and Medal Awards from the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
www.texascadet.org /CAC/officers   (273 words)

  
 Officer Cadet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Lon Nolan was kicked out of the North American Union's 'The Springs', an elite military officer training facility, on false charges of possessing contraband.
He found a new home on Dirigent, a planet whose entire population was devoted to the support and maintenance of their mercenary corps.
Lon is only a cadet, and must survive actual combat before obtaining his first command.
www.xmission.com /~tyranist/scifi/reviews/OfficerCadet.html   (347 words)

  
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Navy Lt. Robert Kuffel, of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, Monterey Division and NPS student said, one of the highlights of this Officer's Call, after being welcomed aboard by the superintendent, was a report which provided information on the numbers of Sea Cadets who joined the military in 2003.
Kuffel said 139 Sea Cadets were members of the freshman class of the Naval Academy this past summer.
During his welcome address to the leaders of the Sea Cadet Corps, he spoke of the awesome advantage given by the benefit of being in the rank and file of the Sea Cadet organization.
www.nps.edu /PAO/Newsletters/Seacadet.htm   (532 words)

  
 Cadets Canada | Pacific Region Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Cadet musicians from Royal Canadian Sea, Army and Air Cadet Squadrons will improve their music skills at a series of two-day band clinics held throughout the province through to the end of the year.
Officer Cadet Dane Nicholson, Administration Officer with 2381 British Columbia Regiment (Irish Fusiliers of Canada) Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps (RCACC), Richmond, was presented with the Massey Memorial “Sword of Honour” at the graduation parade of the Basic Officer Qualification Course at Regional Cadet Instruction School (Pacific) Saturday (Sep 30).
The Scholarships are awarded annually to two members of the Canadian Forces Cadet Instructor Cadre who are pursuing their first post secondary degree or diploma.
www.cadets.net /pac/intro_e.asp   (314 words)

  
 Western Region Cadet Command
In addition to proving their leadership ability, cadets and officer candidates must meet established standards in physical fitness, weapons training, communication, combat patrols and demonstrate their proficiency in many other military skills.
Cadets and officer candidates must excel at WARRIOR FORGE to be considered competitive for a commission as an Army officer.
The cadet battalions adopt the honors, lineage and heraldry of their respective active regiments.
www.usaac.army.mil /accw/TNG_camp.htm   (499 words)

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