Inspection for pupils on parade
DISCIPLINED cadets at Dean Close School in Cheltenham puffed out their chests and stood tall at their biennial inspection this week.
More than 150 members of the school's Combined Cadet Force, including trainee members of the Army, Navy and RAF, turned out for the parade before taking part in a series of military-themed challenges.
With an assault course, rescue exercises, initiative tests and shooting practice, the event was designed to test participants' physical capability.
Honorary visitor Air Vice Marshal Ray Lock CBE was on hand to run his eagle eye over the young troops.
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Brian Lloyd, the school Regimental Sergeant Major, said: "The inspection went very well. The cadets split in to ten teams and were judged across a range of different events which were all designed to test them in different ways.
"Our inspecting officer was suitably impressed with what he saw."