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Army April 12, 2012
A RISING generation of soldiers brain-
stormed and footslogged their way through
the 2012 Chief of Army Cadet Team
Challenge at Enoggera and Canungra in
Queensland over two days in March.
With the pride of their units and their states
and territories on the line, 70 cadets from all
over Australia converged on Gallipoli and
Kokoda Barracks to compete for the coveted
The Army Cadet's national RSM, Cadet
WO1 Joel Bray, said the event was hotly con-
tested between units.
"The CA's Challenge is the most prestigious
award we can win as cadets," he said.
The cadets had their endurance, initiative,
decision making, teamwork and field skills test-
ed over a continuous 36-hour period during the
In teams of 10, the cadets worked their way
through the navigation, communication, first
aid, search-and-rescue, drill, engineering, marks-
manship, night-patrolling and problem-solving
activities, finishing up on the obstacle course at
The main honours this year went to the team
representing south Queensland, while the NSW
team took out the RSM-A Trophy for the Drill
RSM-A WO Dave Ashley represented CA
Lt-Gen David Morrison at the awards presenta-
"I felt proud today, not just as a soldier, but
as an Australian," he said.
"The Australian Army Cadets are clearly not
just an asset to the ADF, but also a wonderful
asset to our society.
"The qualities we all expect or aspire to in
our country's youth are very evident here."
Cadets take the challenge
South Queensland wins on home turf in CA's Cadet Team Challenge at Enoggera and Canungra
Tough competition: Cadets move to their night location during the
CA's Cadet Team Challenge at Canungra. Inset top, the victorious south
Queensland team celebrate after the awards presentation. Inset bottom,
cadets make their way through the Canungra obstacle course during the
Photos by Sgt John Waddell
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