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Cadets at a Remembrance Day

Lest we forget

Meet a unit in Merseyside that plays a big role in its community by taking part in local Remembrance Day events

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

Immediate - Sea Cadets - Kajetan. Shot by Claire Wood on 28th May 21.

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