Sergeant Tyler Jeffs – Banbury Jordan Detachment – Oxfordshire Battalion
Tyler became a Cadet as a number of his friends had enrolled and thought it was something new to get involved with.
Tyler has enjoyed the challenges of overcoming many obstacles including Fieldscraft, Physical training and has progressed to become a senior cadet within his company.
He feels that it has made him far more rounded as a person and developed skills that he never thought he has, all while making life long friends.
Tyler has found it inspiring to be able to support the younger cadets in learning new skills and developing themselves as people, which has helped him develop his own leadership and teamwork skills.
Cadet Megan Robins–Bourton – Bicester Detachment – Oxfordshire Battalion
Megan Robins-Bourton has wanted to work with the Army since she was little and was encouraged to joined by her Dads friends who helps with the Cadets.
Joining the Cadets has helped boost Megans confidence and with meeting lots of news friends, she feels that it has helped make it easier to socialise with people.
Megan has overcome a lot of fears since enrolling with Cadets and really enjoys activities that she didn’t think she would. She said: “It is really good fun and I definitely recommend joining up.”
Corporal Aleaha Stuart – Donnington Bridge – Oxfordshire Battalion
After seeing of the experiences that were available with the Cadets, Aleaha signed up to become a Cadet at Donnington Bridge.
With hard work and practice, Aleaha has overcome the skills she wasn’t so good at and believes it has made her more confident, self reliable and focused.
Aleaha believes that it has changed her for the better and best part of being a Cadet is all the friends she has made.