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There are many reasons to join the Australian Army Cadets (AAC). Apart from getting involved in all kinds of adventures, you'll also make many new friends. The Army Cadets is an opportunity to discover new challenges and have some unbelievable fun in a military setting.
As a cadet, you'll learn to be confident, self sufficient and willing to 'have a go'. You'll also learn to lead others and work as a member of a team. You'll be able to do things for yourself and help your friends learn too. Cadet life is physical but not risky — you don't have to be a superwoman or superman. Qualified and experienced cadet officers will instruct you as safety is a top priority.
Australian Defence Force Cadets and cadet staff are drawn from a diverse range of unique backgrounds and experiences. All are committed to providing a positive and safe youth development experience, respecting the value and dignity of all people, and recognising the particular rights and needs of young people.
ADF Cadets aim to be inclusive of all young people, including those with disabilities, health conditions and allergies. All reasonable steps will be taken to include any person whose individual circumstances may necessitate special consideration in cadet unit activities, provided such steps do not jeopardise the safety or cadet experience of others.
Boys and girls aged 13 years old are eligible to enrol in the AAC. Once enrolled, they may remain as a cadet until the end of the year in which they attain 18 years of age.
306 ACU (Monash) was formed on 1 June 1992 at the Whiton Street Depot.
306 ACU's (Monash) Army foster unit is Melbourne University Regiment (MUR).
Parade TimesTuesday 7.00pm - 9.30pm
MUR Monash COY,
1 Whiton Street, Mount Waverley,
1 Whiton Street, Mount Waverley ,