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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, inspecting the Royal Guard of Sea Cadets at the Knightsbridge TAVR Drill Hall - The little drummer boy talks to the Duke (Photo by NCJ Archive/Mirrorpix/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)

The legacy of a lifetime

When HRH the Duke of Edinburgh passed away in April, sea cadets around the country paid tribute to him. We take a look at how he helped to steer Sea Cadets and hear from some of those who met him

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Get offshore!

Going offshore is one of the most exciting things cadets do. With a new series of taster days you can have adventures on three Sea Cadets vessels as they visit ports around the UK

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Part of the family

Three cadets share their personal stories about how being part of Sea Cadets has helped them find a sense of belonging

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Launched for life

Our groundbreaking survey My LegaSea shows the benefits of Sea Cadets: it gives young people a head start and helps them to be the best version of themselves

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Introducing your 2021 First Sea Lord’s Cadets

Becoming a First Sea Lord’s Cadet is a huge achievement and the cadets that represent the First Sea Lord are a credit to their unit and to Sea Cadets

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High flyer

From setting world records to presenting to the NHS and the United Nations about the impact of Covid-19 on young people, royal marines cadet Monty has already done quite a lot. He talked to us about what he hopes to do next

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Tackle Everest like a true RMC

While you may not be jetting off to tackle the world’s tallest mountain for real, WO2 Paul (Gilly) Gillespie-Antal RM explains why this virtual climb can help cadets develop fitness, endurance and that all-important commando mindset

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A different Trafalgar Day

The Trafalgar Day parade – one of Sea Cadets’ biggest annual events – looked a little different this year. Instead of 400 young people, just three cadets gathered on Trafalgar Square for a socially distanced commemoration, while other cadets took part virtually.