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General Training
The General Training Course provides cadets who have recently joined the Cadet Program an introductory summer training experience where they will participate in a variety of activities from each specialty, to include Drill and Ceremonial, Music, Marksmanship, and Expedition. Cadets applying for this course should have successfully completed Green Star.

Basic Drill and Ceremonial (Army)
The Basic Drill and Ceremonial (Army) Course provides cadets an opportunity to build on drill learned at the corps, participate in advanced drill and ceremonial activities, and to develop leadership skills and knowledge; while performing the role of a team leader. Activities include commanding a squad on parade, drill with arms, flag drill, and marksmanship training. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age, and have successfully completed Red Star.

Drill and Ceremonial Instructor (Army)
The Drill and Ceremonial Instructor (Army) Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge to become a Drill and Ceremonial Instructor. Activities include advanced drill, instructional techniques and leadership. Cadets applying for this course should be 14–15 years of age, and have successfully completed Silver Star.

Basic Expedition
The Basic Expedition course provides cadets with the fundamentals of expedition training, building upon what has been taught in Red Star of the Corps program. Activities include navigation, a five-day expedition and adventure training. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age, and have successfully completed Red Star.

Expedition Instructor
The Expedition Instructor course provides cadets with the knowledge and skills to perform the duties of a specialist with the skills and subject matter knowledge required to be an instructor and team leader for Expedition activities within the Army cadet program. Activities include first aid, navigation, an 18-day expedition, adventure training, leadership and instructional technique. Cadets applying for this course should be 14–15 years of age, have achieved a minimum of the Bronze Level of the Cadet Fitness Assessment Incentive Level, and have successfully completed Silver Star.

Basic Marksman
The Basic Marksman Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop marksmanship skills and subject matter knowledge. Activities include team-building, marksmanship and adventure training. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age, and have successfully completed Red Star.
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