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The Army Cadet Force (ACF), generally shortened to Army Cadets, is a national youth organisation sponsored by the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence and the British Army. Along with the Sea Cadet Corps and the Air Training Corps, the ACF make up the Community Cadet Forces. It is a separate organisation from the Combined Cadet Force which provides similar training within principally independent schools. As of 1 April 2022, there are 33,300 cadets, and 8,100 Cadet Force Adult Volunteers (CFAVs).

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  • The Army Cadet Force (ACF), generally shortened to Army Cadets, is a national youth organisation sponsored by the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence and the British Army. Along with the Sea Cadet Corps and the Air Training Corps, the ACF make up the Community Cadet Forces. It is a separate organisation from the Combined Cadet Force which provides similar training within principally independent schools. Although sponsored by the Ministry of Defence, the ACF is not part of the British Army, and as such cadets are not subject to military 'call up'. Some cadets do, however, go on to enlist in the armed forces later in life, and many of the organisation's leaders have been cadets or have a military background. The Army Cadet Force Association (ACFA) is a registered charity that acts in an advisory role to the Ministry of Defence and other Government bodies on matters connected with the ACF. The Army Cadets is also a member of The National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS), as an organisation with a voluntary and community youth focus. As of 1 April 2022, there are 33,300 cadets, and 8,100 Cadet Force Adult Volunteers (CFAVs). (en)
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  • 34,080 cadets (as of 1 April 2021)
  • 9,020 Cadet Force Adult Volunteers
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  • To Inspire to Achieve
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  • Army Cadets badge (en)
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  • Patron (en)
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  • Command Sergeant Major (en)
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  • Colonel in Chief (en)
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  • National Honorary Colonel (en)
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  • National Ambassador (en)
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  • Major General David Eastman MBE (en)
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  • Headquarters (en)
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  • To Inspire to Achieve (en)
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  • Volunteer Youth Organisation British Army (en)
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  • Army Cadet Force (en)
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  • The Army Cadet Force (ACF), generally shortened to Army Cadets, is a national youth organisation sponsored by the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence and the British Army. Along with the Sea Cadet Corps and the Air Training Corps, the ACF make up the Community Cadet Forces. It is a separate organisation from the Combined Cadet Force which provides similar training within principally independent schools. As of 1 April 2022, there are 33,300 cadets, and 8,100 Cadet Force Adult Volunteers (CFAVs). (en)
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  • Army Cadet Force (en)
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  • Army Cadet Force (ACF) (en)
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