Cadets Compete for a Canadian Adventure
On Thursday 6th April seventy-six cadets formed up at Cwrt-y-Gollen Training Camp, the Headquarters of Gwent and Powys ACF, to take part in Exercise Maple Leaf, the selection event for the Canadian Exchange 2017.
High Flying Future for Hartlepool Air Cadets
Air cadets are looking forward to a bigger and better future with the opening of their new home.
College Students experience Military Life
Students from Kirkley Hall Military Academy and Tyne Met College recently took part in a three day exercise in the grounds of Kirkley Hall.
Hartlepool Veteran's Service is Recognised
A Hartlepool Veteran's service over many years has been celebrated by the Royal British Legion and Cleveland Army Cadet Force.
Durham Army Cadet Recognised for First Aid Action
Seventeen year old Cadet Colour Sergeant Lewis Knight from B Company Durham Army Cadet Force was presented the 4th Infantry Brigade Commander's Coin for actions taken last year saving a fellow sixth form students life.
STEM Success for Durham Army Cadets
On Friday 24th March 2017, fourteen teams from all corners of the UK from three services formed up at Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College to take part in the 2017 Cadet STEM Leadership Challenge. Cadets from B Company represented Durham ACF.
Air Cadets Return to the Skies over Topcliffe
On Saturday 4th March 2017 the first Durham/Northumberland Wing Air Cadets returned to the skies in a Grob Vigilant glider at RAF Topcliffe since the pause 3 years ago.
First Exercise for Bedlingtonshire CCF Cadets
On the 18th March 2017, 18 pioneering pupils braved the wild Northumbrian weather to embark on their first exercise as BCHS Combined Cadet Force(CCF) cadets.
QE College CCF Cadets Continue to Achieve!
Member of the CCF at Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College in Darlington attended an awards ceremony to celebrate their recent achievements.
Tyneside Duo Reach New Heights!
Two North Tyneside volunteers are set to join the Royal Air Force. James Nealings, 22, is set to become a RAF pilot whilst David Anderson, 27, is on course to become an aerospace battle manager (ABM.)