"Ex Cadet CSM Chloe Webber, formally of Bridlington detachment, A Company Humberside & South Yorkshire ACF has achieved her goal of passing her phase 2 Army training and becoming a Lance Corporal in the Royal Military Police. Chloe was a shy young girl when she first joined the ACF. Over the years she came out of her shell, made loads of friends and stepped up to the mantle of NCO when it was her time. Chloe attended many camps and courses throughout her Cadet Force experience, including: an Annual Camp in Germany, the national Cadet Leadership Course in Wales & the First National STEM course in Sennybridge. Chloe is a natural leader with a warm personality that always inspired everyone around her. Chloe was key person within the county’s senior cadet leadership team that always took it upon herself to guide, mentor and develop as many of the JNCO’s and cadets that she could.
Chloe is also a keen sportswoman. Not only representing the County in Athletics but also playing rugby with Driffield Ladies RUFC and representing Yorkshire.
When asked the question of ‘How did the ACF help you towards your goals?’ Chloe said:
“Cadets really gave me an insight to overcome the challenges I would face during my training for the army and it also helped me gain the confidence I needed to achieve my promotion to Lance corporal. I had a fantastic time in the ACF and couldn’t recommend joining it enough! Being a part of Bridlington detachment, the first thing we learn is ‘Once family, always family’, This is something that all the adults and cadets believe and uphold above all else ‘We look after our own’. I cannot thank any of them enough for everything I have learnt and experienced during my time in the ACF!”
We are all very proud of Chloe and what she has achieved over the years and now as she goes onto her Army career, we cannot wait to see what fantastic things she will no doubt go onto."
SSI Zara Thorpe
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