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December 8th, 2004  
cadet richards
 

Topic: does any one no if there is .....


does ne one no if there is ne international cadet exchanges goin to happen from the uk to canada or ne where else who talks english thanks
December 8th, 2004  
Gorfour20
 

Topic: Re: does any one no if there is .....


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Originally Posted by cadet richards
does ne one no if there is ne international cadet exchanges goin to happen from the uk to canada or ne where else who talks english thanks
Is that english?

IACE (International Air Cadet Exchange) holds exchanges to UK and Canada.
December 8th, 2004  
AFSteliga
 
 
There is an exchange program offered as a summer course. However, the selection is usually very tight and from my experience, it's mainly Senior Cadets that are selected. However, junior cadets are still eligible (I think), but don't quote me.

If you're interested about an going on an exchange, talk to your Officers, they should be able to provide you with some information.

There are other exchanges during the year for some Cadet units, but most of the time, those are co-ordinated with both units. Funding for the trip is sometimes a major issue for some units as well.
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December 8th, 2004  
Sea_Cadet
 
If you are a sea cadet, you can go to the most places around the world. But you need to be Petty-officer 3rd class in order to go.
December 8th, 2004  
C/2nd Lt Robot
 
 
For CAP you have to be 17 and a C/Capt in order to go. You can to almost any place, provided they have a CAP squadron near by.
December 9th, 2004  
pimp_squeak
 
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Petty-officer 3rd class
Petty Officer 3rd class? new to me. Anyway, Sea cadets are hard pressed to get exchanges here in the north. The only cadet exchange program(tyhat I know of) is with air cadets for 6 weeks. You can go just about anywhere in the world.
December 9th, 2004  
cadet richards
 
thanks guys im an air cadet my CO (comanding officer) told me about 1 to the usa but u av to be 16 and at least sgt or higher so im out of that compitition but im interested in one to turkey but worried because its near iraq and near terrorists
December 9th, 2004  
Gorfour20
 
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Originally Posted by nulli secundus
For CAP you have to be 17 and a C/Capt in order to go. You can to almost any place, provided they have a CAP squadron near by.
There doesn't have to be a squadron near by. On CAPs side you usually don't go to a CAP meeting outside the US. So there is no pre-requisite of a CAP squadron.

CAP is the only US organization that hosts IACE. So, either join CAP and become a Earhart cadet (C/Capt) and be 17 to go or not.
December 9th, 2004  
cadet richards
 
wat the hell is a CAP sqn? cos we dont have a CAP here in the uk im cdt richards 354 dover sqn kent wing thats it wot does CAP stand for?
December 9th, 2004  
Trevor
 
CAP is the Civil Air Patrol (American air cadets) IACE holds a UK-Canada exchange summer cousrse every year. As NCdt. Steliga said, it's mainly senior cadets. In the RCACS (Royal Canadian Air Cadets), you must be proficiency level 5 or higher to be eligeble. O, by the way, are you ATC or CCF?