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    Alpha Company parade every Wednesday night of the school term from 6:00pm until 8:30pm.

    Alpha Company parades at the Cadet Depot on Fern Street in Browns Plains. We are located in Acacia Park.

    There are two recruit intakes a year. These are held the first week of Terms 1 & 3. As a recruit you must be committed to attend the In-barracks Course and the Field Phase Course before you can advance to be a cadet.

    If you are between 11 and 18 years old, you are welcome to come and try out at cadets for a night. Just come to one of our Parade Nights and talk to the staff and cadets and we will give you all the information you need to know on how to join or send us an email via the contact form below.

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      For my son, Patrick, Stepping out of his comfort zone was more frightening than thinking outside his box. Trying to find at least something for him to do that he would enjoy, stick to and certainly gain more confidence with in himself was always a battle. I never thought for a split second that he would be entering a new phase in his life so soon. Patrick started with LCCC in February this year and It has been 8 months now, and I can honestly say, the things I thought he could never do he did. The power to stay strong and persevere. Its not the work LCCC has done that I commend – because the word ‘work’ is really about being paid for a 9-5 job. It’s their passion their unconditional support, encouragement and their drive to see the successful recruits turn to cadets.

      When he marched on Anzac day this year, my heart nearly burst because it was just full of pride. The unit including all staff wear their hearts purely on their sleeves. I always wondered when his spark would ignite and LCCC has given him that opportunity to shine because he knows they have never given up on him and to him, that really does means a lot. He has the utmost respect for all staff, officers and CO, as he cannot stop talking about them. The camps, coming home on a Wednesday night if something exciting happened. Thank you LCCC as you are playing a huge part in making wonderful memories for him to share later in life and that was my whole point of focus as well as bringing him out of his comfort zone. I cannot thank you enough. I salute to you all.



      Via email dated the 14th October 2018

      Thank you very much for your show of faith and camaraderie in inviting the QCB cadets along to the Junior Leaders In-Barracks Program this weekend.

      Despite the fact that one of our members had to withdraw at the last minute, the two of us who were able to attend enjoyed coming along. It was great to meet and work with the cadets, experience your fantastic facilities first hand, and have the opportunity to expand our knowledge and skills. The weekend was very highly organised and your genuine hospitality most appreciated.

      We picked up some excellent pointers to help us in our next phase of leadership and mentoring within the QCB. Our thanks to the teaching staff who showed us, by example, the importance of compassion and understanding towards your target audience. We particularly enjoyed the Delivering Drill Commands with LT Aaron Chase-Currier on Saturday afternoon.

      Bushman Papa (Peter) would also especially like to thank CAPT Anthea Chase-Currier for researching and supplying the gluten-free products for him, and all the very obliging kitchen staff, who went to so much trouble to make sure he was well-fed and his catering needs met.

      We hope that you felt that our attendance was a worthwhile endeavour for the group. We are certainly looking forward to sharing more activities with the LCCC and catching up again with the friends we have made there.

      Yours sincerely,

      Bushman Tony Carter & Bushman Peter Carter

      Qld Cadet Bushmen
      Via email sent 2016 ref: QCB-160809-1233

      Flashback to 2011. I actually miss doing cadets and all the amazing people I met. We did so much for the community and for the fallen and serving troops. I’m so proud of the Logan City Community Cadet Unit and all they do. There was always a fun side and a serious side to it. I am proud of the fact that I could be a part of a great experience that I wouldn’t trade for anything in the world. Through cadets I met some good friends that I know I can always trust and rely on.

      Corporal Ashley McCorkindale

      Via Facebook post, taken with permission

      Logan City Community Cadets Inc.

      We are a community based Not For Profit cadet unit for boys and girls aged between 11 and 17 years. The unit has an ethos of SERVE LEARN REMEMBER and is based on a military structure, values and disciplines.
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