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Cadet Corps Law (2003)

The Cadet Corps is established by the Cayman Islands Cadet Corps Law 2003 with the following functions (Section 5):

 

  • To provide a formal, well-regulated and highly disciplined organisation operating within all sectors of the school and youth communities in the Islands;
  • To attract as cadets, significant numbers of young people between the ages of eleven and nineteen;
  • To instil in cadets, spiritual, moral, national and humane values of honesty, justice, discipline and social responsibility;
  • To maximise in cadets, self-respect, self-confidence, self-reliance, self-discipline and loyalty;
  • To encourage in cadets, powers of leadership and the ability to work as team members;
  • To provide for cadets progressive training of a challenging and exciting nature in order to foster alertness, physical and mental endurance, and camaraderie;
  • To provide for cadets, military-style discipline, skills, achievements and values; and
  • To establish the highest possible standards in all areas of operation of the Cadet Corps.