TWENTY cadets from the Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force will participate in the Grenada Cadet Corps' Annual Training Camp in St. Andrews, Grenada.
Ask anyone who has ever held the rank of Corporal in the TTCF, and they will say that being a Corporal is not the most exciting rank to hold, but it ranks among the most rewarding
300 Members of the Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force participated in its Annual Church Parade at the Trinity Cathedral in Port of Spain. The occasion was an opportunity for the Cadet Force and its stakeholders to commemorate its 108th Anniversary. The Church Parade was held on Sunday 4th March 2018, at the Holy Trinity Cathedral, … Continue reading Cadet Force Receives Blessings for its 108th Year of Service
In a simple ceremony held yesterday, the Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force opened the offices for its new Headquarters at London Street in Port of Spain. The offices will house the Commandant, Deputy Commandant and other selected Headquarters officers. The offices, housed at the Office of Law Enforcement Policy (OLEP) Building marks a new beginning … Continue reading Cadet Force Gets New Headquarters
Yesterday marked the Second Anniversary of the passing from this life of Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Blackett, Commandant Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force (1988 to 1992). Lieutenant Colonel Blackett was responsible for the introduction of Cadetting in Tobago. During the 1950’s he prevailed upon the authorities to the extent that on November 20th 1958 the first … Continue reading Second Anniversary of Lt. Col. Blackett’s Passing
The day T&T qualified for the World Cup was even more special to members of the Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force as many of us were on duty at the Stadium for every game played locally leading up to that day. During the campaign, we saw cadets as young as 13 years old perform heroically. … Continue reading Cadets Helped the Soca Warriors Qualify for World Cup 2006
15th November marked the 105th Anniversary/Birthday of Captain Anthony Clemendor (1912 - 1998) Captain Clemendor was a truly legendary figure in the Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force who held the position of Regimental Sergeant-Major/Permanent Staff Instructor in the Ministries of Home Affairs and National Security (Cadet Force Divsion) from 1957 to 1972. Prior to this … Continue reading 105th Anniversary/Birthday of Captain Anthony Clemendor (1912 – 1998)
Today is the International Day of the Girl. We thought long and hard about designing something showing how the Cadet Force empowers girls, but then we realised that empowering girls is our daily mantra. We teach our girls to consider themselves no less than the boys. Every day, they prove to us that they are … Continue reading TTCF Celebrates the #GirlCadet on International Day of the Girl Child
'Lean' is a home made promethazine/codeine based drug which your child can make from cough syrup which you should be aware of.
By Commandant’s order, all Naval or Aviation School Units have been realigned from their existing battalions and have been assigned to the newly constituted 8th Battalion comprised of Naval and Aviation Units. This brings to an end, the mixed Battalion structure, through which these units formed Battalions along with Infantry Units. In keeping with the … Continue reading Naval and Aviation Units Form New 8th Battalion