If you are between 19-35 the Kent Army Cadets Needs You!

PUBLISHED: 11:43 13 September 2011 | UPDATED: 19:58 20 February 2013

Come and Live the Adventure as part of this exciting youth movement and get paid up to 28 days a year!

Aged 18 or over?


Want to shape the future of young people?


Want to help them achieve things they never thought possible?


Want to find out about being an adult volunteer in the Army Cadet Force?




The Army Cadet Force is a youth organisation which aims to inspire young people to become good citizens and achieve personal success in life, along with a spirit of service.



There are 40 detachments throughout Kent, with over 1200 cadets, 190 officers and adult leaders.



Kent ACF needs adult leaders aged between 19-35, (with or without previous military or cadet experience) who are paid for up to 28 days a year.



For further information contact:


Major Brian Hilton, CEO, Kent Army Cadet Force (KACF)


Telephone:01622 750328


'like' us on Facebook, Kent Army Cadet Force (KACF)


or visit:kentarmycadets.com

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