South West Region

Thames Valley Cadets Graduate from Junior Leaders

CWO Lauren Rynsburger and CWO Dom Perry-Brewer have completed the Junior Leaders Course which is arguably the most arduous and most challenging course offered across any of the cadet forces. Over a 7-month period, students are trained in conducting reconnaissance patrols, offensive fighting patrols, civilian handling, fighting in built up areas and other military skills.

CWO Dom Perry-Brewer is proud of his achievement “Junior Leaders has been the highlight of my cadet career so far, with every challenge being worth it and making graduation that more valuable. I would highly recommend it to any cadet who wants to push themselves both physically and mentally, and those who ultimately want to become a better leader”.

To apply, candidates must be aged 17 or over, possess a good level of fitness, have a WHT on the L98A2 rifle and be ranked Cpl or above. Speak to your Squadron Commanders for more information.

To all those applying in 2018 and beyond, just go for it and good luck!

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