American Cadet Alliance




 
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September 4th, 2006  
XxAdriesseNHARNG892xX
 
 

Topic: American Cadet Alliance


I am just wondering if anyone in this forum is in the American Cadet Alliance other than myself. We have 3 brigades: Army, Marine and Naval. am in the Army Brigade. If not has anyone heard of this program? If anyone wants more info pm me!
September 5th, 2006  
DTop
 
 
Or, you can go to http://www.militarycadets.org/ for additional information.
September 8th, 2006  
Team Infidel
 
 
Interesting. I have never heard of it..
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September 8th, 2006  
AFSteliga
 
 
Can't say that I've ever heard of something like that before...
September 16th, 2006  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
They are relatively new on the National Scene, but have been active in the NJ area for like, ever!
September 21st, 2006  
XxAdriesseNHARNG892xX
 
 
First Off: There Headquarters Is In Seagirt, Nj And That Is Where They First Started A Unit In 1909. Then From There They Tried And Attempted To Form Units...and They Still Are Attempting...we Are And Have Been Over The News Lately..because We Have Had Alot Of Events! Plus More People Should Like Know About The Aca! Because We Are Cool!! Hooah!
September 23rd, 2006  
C/2nd Lt Robot
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by XxAdriesseNHARNG892xX
Plus More People Should Like Know About The Aca! Because We Are Cool!! Hooah!
Well, that sums it up perfectly! SIGN ME UP!
September 23rd, 2006  
XxAdriesseNHARNG892xX
 
 
Ok...for those who are pming me to know more about the ACA, I figured I would post info on the forum
The American Cadet Alliance has 3 brigades: Army, Marine Corps and Naval
You dont just get the title Cadet. You earn it.
You start off as a recruit and then earn the title cadet.
If you have never done another JROTC program then you would go through Recruit Training, however most of us on this forum are Cadets or are in JROTC, so these cadets would go through RCCI (Recongnized cadet corps indoctrination) which is alot like basic training or boot camp but you only do 1 week and then take a GMST (test that is like the ASVAB testing your knowledge and earn the title cadet) and then after the test you traing with Advanced Platoon in Advanced training where you do alot of cool things like FTX's and qualify. It is alot of fun and you can meet new friends that last a lifetime. I know I have. I started out as an ITC (indivuial training company with no hometown unit) I went through RT and earned the title cadet. ITC's are only if you dont have a unit in your hometown that you can drill with one weekned a month. if you do then you will train with them 1ce a month as well as attend RT, AT or RCCI. If you are over 18, the ACA has a program as well called O.C.S to become an officer in the American Cadet Alliance. If you want to know more info you can do one of the following:
1) google search American Cadet Alliance
2) go to adventurebeginshere.org

This program is very fast paced and up to speed. We learn all 3 brigade general orders, ranks (officer and enlisted ans well as WO) and we learned the songs as well as terminolgy.
Anyone else interested PM me for more info
HOO-AH!
-C/PFC Driesse USACC-
-3PLT Alpha Company-
April 21st, 2008  
AJChenMPH
 
 
Bump, wish I had found this awhile ago.

Some updates: headquarters has moved from Sea Girt, NJ, to Dayton, PA. Naval and Marine brigades have been dropped in favor of the Army brigade. Legislation is pending to make ACA the official cadet organization of the US Army. We are getting tremendous support from the US Army, particularly the Army Reserve and the Office of the Chief of the Army Reserve -- basically, the 108th Training Command and the 98th Training Division have signed on to support us.

New recruiting video is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Nlqjo2Pncg

I'm the regional coordinator/commander for the NY/NJ area, feel free to PM me if you have any questions or would like to join one of the four units under my purview (Fort Hamilton, NY; Fort Dix, NJ; 53rd Troop Command Armory in Valhalla, NY; or Rochester, NY).
April 21st, 2008  
c/Commander
 
 
I'm up in Rochester but already in the service and not interested in Army

I'm sure the three units (USN/USMC, USA, USAF) up here would be happy to help you out as cadre, though, if you wanted.
 


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