Army Cadet Magazines and Publications

Our publications

  • ARMY CADET DIGITAL MAGAZINE OCTOBER 2020

    1 October 2020

    In this issue we talk to Aldo Kane who reveals how he's smashed through barriers and faced his fears - it's inspiring stuff. Two other adventures - National Ambassadors Sally Orange and Jordan Wylie - also feature in this month's magazine: Sally tells us about their extraordinary Guinness World Records attempts, as well as how you can get involved!

  • Army Cadet Digital Magazine August 2020

    3 August 2020

    We meet Captain Louis Rudd and find out about the challenges he faced on his 920 mile solo trek across Antarctica-and some of the coping strategies which helped him through it. We also take a look at key survival skills and how to master them...

  • Army Cadet Digital Magazine June 2020

    23 June 2020

    This month we talk to ex-professional snowboarder Marcus Chapman, Cadet Ambassador and adventurer Sally Orange and SMI Mark Jones. They pass on tips for maintaining your mental health, reveal how to treat heat injury in an emergency and Mark tells us all about his favourite bit of kit.

  • Army Cadet Digital Magazine May 2020

    26 May 2020

    Welcome to this second digital edition of the Army Cadet Magazine. Like the first issue, it's an exciting mix of inspiring personal accounts, fun activities, top tips and news from across the organisation.

  • Army Cadet Digital Magazine April 2020

    24 April 2020

    Welcome to the first digital edition of Army Cadet Magazine, something we have been planning to do for a while, but which is now even more important as a way of reaching you, our cadets and adult volunteers, during the Coronavirus.

  • Adult recruitment leaflet 2017

    5 September 2018

    Our most recent leaflet for adults thinking of volunteering with the Army Cadets. Variants are available for Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales (Welsh language)

  • Cadet recruitment leaflet 2017

    5 September 2018

    Our most recent recruitment leaflet for young people thinking of joining the Army Cadets. Variants are available for Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales (Welsh language)