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Army Cadets

The Australian Army Cadets (AAC) is a community-based youth development organisation focused on the Australian Army customs, traditions and values.  Youth who are 13 years of age anytime in the year are eligible to enrol in the AAC.  Once enrolled, they may remain as a cadet until the end of the year in which they attain 18 years of age.  A cadet in the AAC is not a member of the Australian Defence Force.  As a cadet: you will learn leadership, team building and survival skills that will set you up for life.  You will learn to be confident, self sufficient and willing to 'have a go'.  You will be able to do things for yourself and help your friends learn too.  It's your opportunity to discover new challenges and have some unbelievable fun.  Cadet life is physical but not risky - and you won't have to be a superwoman or superman.  Qualified and experienced cadet officers will instruct you.  Safety is always a top priority.  Australian Army Cadets has strong links to the Australian Army, but cadets are not part of the Army and there is absolutely no expectation for you to join the military or go to war.  308 ACU meets every Thursday night during the school term from 7.00 - 9.30pm at the RAAF Base.

Organisation / Program

Start Date


Type of Task

  • Education
  • Special Interest Group or Club
  • Tutoring and Mentoring
  • Young People (14 – 25 years)

Good For

  • Young People (14 – 25 years)


Evening - Weekend


  • Street: RAAF Base
  • City: East Sale


  • Telephone: 5146 6557
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Other Positions by this Organisation

308 Army Cadet Unit – Sale
  • Education
  • Special Interest Group or Club
  • Tutoring and Mentoring
  • Young People (14 – 25 years)

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