Australian Army Cadets vie for Adventure Training Award

About 140 Australian Army Cadets from around Australia are currently competing for the Adventure Training Award badge, considered to be one of the toughest awards a cadet can achieve.

To earn the badge, selected cadets participate in a week of vigorous activities at Majura Training Range, near Canberra.

This year’s activity runs from 8-15 April.

Throughout the week the cadets will trek around 100km across the ranges, using their navigation skills at every opportunity.

They will also be tested in various ‘initiative incidents’ and undergo a range of complex tasks.

The training provides opportunities for cadets to work in a team environment and to develop individual skills including leadership, initiative and problem-solving in a safe, challenging and rewarding environment.

Australian Army Cadets is a leading national youth development organisation, with the character and values of the Australian Army, and is founded on a strong community partnership, fostering and supporting an ongoing interest in the Australian Army.

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