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The Royal Canadian Army Cadets (RCAC; French: Cadets royaux de l’Armée canadienne) is a national Canadian youth program sponsored by the Canadian Armed Forces and the civilian Army Cadet League of Canada. Under the authority of the National Defence Act, the program is administered by the Canadian Armed Forces and funded through the Department of National Defence. Additionally, the civilian partner of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets, the Army Cadet League of Canada, also ensures financial, accommodations and transportation support for RCAC programs and services at a community level.

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  • Les Cadets royaux de l'Armée canadienne, souvent appelés les Cadets de l'Armée, sont un programme pour les jeunes de douze à dix-huit ans inclusivement parrainé conjointement par la Ligue des cadets de l'armée et par le ministère de la Défense nationale du Canada, et financé par ce dernier. Son objectif est d'encourager ses membres à devenir des citoyens actifs et responsables au sein de leur communauté, de développer chez eux les qualités de civisme et de leadership, de promouvoir la forme physique et de stimuler leur intérêt pour les activités maritimes, terrestres et aériennes des Forces canadiennes. Les Cadets royaux de l'Armée canadienne sont aussi représenté par l'acronyme RCAC (en anglais) Royal Canadian Army Cadets ou CRAC (en français). (fr)
  • The Royal Canadian Army Cadets (RCAC; French: Cadets royaux de l’Armée canadienne) is a national Canadian youth program sponsored by the Canadian Armed Forces and the civilian Army Cadet League of Canada. Under the authority of the National Defence Act, the program is administered by the Canadian Armed Forces and funded through the Department of National Defence. Additionally, the civilian partner of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets, the Army Cadet League of Canada, also ensures financial, accommodations and transportation support for RCAC programs and services at a community level. Many Royal Canadian Army Cadet corps receive logistical assistance and administrative support from their affiliated Regular Force or Reserve Force unit. While cadets may wear the badges and accoutrements of their affiliated unit, cadets are not members of the Canadian Armed Forces. With roots in the early drill associations authorized in 1861, Royal Canadian Army Cadets is Canada's oldest youth program. As of 2016, there are approximately 18,920 army cadets in about 429 corps which are spread across the country. Together with the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets and Royal Canadian Air Cadets, it forms the largest federally funded youth program which is known as the Canadian Cadet Organization. Members of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets are encouraged to become active and responsible members of their communities. The Royal Canadian Army Cadets are the rough equivalent to the Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps in the United States, the Army Cadet Force in the United Kingdom and the Australian Army Cadets in Australia. (en)
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  • 424 Corps (19,000+ Army Cadets)
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  • Acer Acerpori (As the Maple, so the Sapling)
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  • Help Develop Good Citizens, Develop Physical Fitness, And Sustain An Interest In The Canadian Forces
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  • Badge of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets (en)
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  • Canadian Cadet Organizations Department Of National Defence (en)
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  • Vacant (en)
  • Brigadier-General Jamie Speiser-Blanchet (en)
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  • Colonel-in-Chief (en)
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  • --07-25
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  • Headquarters (en)
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  • "Quick March" (en)
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  • Acer Acerpori (en)
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  • Help Develop Good Citizens, Develop Physical Fitness, And Sustain An Interest In The Canadian Forces (en)
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  • Quasi-Military youth organization (en)
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  • Royal Canadian Army Cadets (en)
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  • Les Cadets royaux de l'Armée canadienne, souvent appelés les Cadets de l'Armée, sont un programme pour les jeunes de douze à dix-huit ans inclusivement parrainé conjointement par la Ligue des cadets de l'armée et par le ministère de la Défense nationale du Canada, et financé par ce dernier. Son objectif est d'encourager ses membres à devenir des citoyens actifs et responsables au sein de leur communauté, de développer chez eux les qualités de civisme et de leadership, de promouvoir la forme physique et de stimuler leur intérêt pour les activités maritimes, terrestres et aériennes des Forces canadiennes. Les Cadets royaux de l'Armée canadienne sont aussi représenté par l'acronyme RCAC (en anglais) Royal Canadian Army Cadets ou CRAC (en français). (fr)
  • The Royal Canadian Army Cadets (RCAC; French: Cadets royaux de l’Armée canadienne) is a national Canadian youth program sponsored by the Canadian Armed Forces and the civilian Army Cadet League of Canada. Under the authority of the National Defence Act, the program is administered by the Canadian Armed Forces and funded through the Department of National Defence. Additionally, the civilian partner of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets, the Army Cadet League of Canada, also ensures financial, accommodations and transportation support for RCAC programs and services at a community level. (en)
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  • Royal Canadian Army Cadets (en)
  • Cadets royaux de l'Armée canadienne (fr)
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