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Army October 29, 2009
IT COULD have been any gathering of
12- to 18-year-olds at the Murray Bridge
training area recently, as 400 kids spent a
week doing what kids love to do -- kicking
up dirt, swinging on bars and ... er, firing
weapons. These were Australian Army
Cadets, from across South Australia and
up to Broken Hill, and they were serious
about working on their field craft, survival,
leadership and teamwork skills. Gnr
Michael Gilles, 16 AD Regt, helped Cdt
Alex Broadbent with his leopard crawl
(above), while Gnr Scott Clarke, 16 AD
Regt, assisted Cdt Cpl Carmel Johnson
on the firing range (left), and cadets took
on the obstacle course (right).
Photos by LCpl Glenn Power
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