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Welcome to the official website of the Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Association for Wales

 

RFCA for Wales has a duty to deliver first class support services directly to the Royal Naval Reserve, Royal Marines Reserve, Army Reserve, Royal Auxiliary Air Force and their cadets.

 

RFCA for Wales provides a link to the local community to raise awareness of the rewards of part-time soldiering to Reservists and employers.

 

RFCA for Wales also engage with young people to educate them of the practical and academic skills they can gain by joining a Cadet organisation. There are also fulfilling roles for Adult Volunteers who guide the development of the next generation.
 

VOLUNTEER AS AN ADULT INSTRUCTOR:
 

 

Click below to volunteer as an Adult Instructor with:

 

Sea Cadet Corps.
Army Cadet Force.
Air Training Corps.

 

By becoming an Adult Instructor (AI), you will become a vital and valued part of the Cadet organisation. Your guidance will help shape the future for Cadets and ensure they positively contribute to society, whether in service of civilian life. Being an AI is a fulfilling role that enables Cadets to learn new skills and overcome their feats.

 

As an AI, you can play your part in the community and benefit your own civilian career. These are opportunities to advance your own personal development because you will test your team leadership skills and gain experience. AI's are able to gain vocational qualifications up to master's degree level in various management and training courses.

 

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As part of Armed Forces Day celebrations across Wales and the United Kingdom, members of the public are being invited on-board a Royal Naval warship.

 

 

HMS Cambria, the only Royal Naval Reserve unit in Wales, exercised its right to parade through the town on Barry on Saturday.

 

It was awarded the Freedom of the Vale of Glamorgan in 2012 and it’s the highest civic honour that can be granted to the Royal Navy.

 

An Elizabeth Cross presentation has taken place to pay tribute to the memory of a soldier who was killed 58 years ago.