The approved smaller sized ACF training award badges to be worn on the new Personal Clothing System Combat Uniform blanking plates as per the Army Dress Regulations Part 8, Section 3. The ACF training award badges are awarded to cadets that complete a multitude of activities. Basic Award Badge Awarded to cadets that complete a multitude of activities including an introduction to basic weapon handling, the country code and map reading. The One Star Badge Awarded to cadets upon completing a range of challenges including weapon handling skills for both the .22 rifle and the cadet GP (general purpose) rifle, basic first aid and an introduction to ordinance survey map reading and expedition equipment. The Two Star Badge Awarded to cadets upon achieving a high standard of turnout and bearing, have the ability to relate a map to ground and vice versa, on gaining a first aid qualification and who have undertaken an expedition of at least 15 miles including one overnight stay. The Three Star badge Awarded to cadets who are able to command a squad and undertake advanced map reading including night navigation, a 25 mile expedition should be completed including two overnight stays. The light support weapon is introduced at this level and cadets should also take part in community activity. The Four Star badge Awarded to cadets upon qualifying as an adult first aider, they must also lead a community project and take part in a shooting competition with any .22 rifle, GP rifle or the full bore target rifle. Cadets are also required to attend the senior cadet instructor course.
- Size 37mm by 37mm
- The training badge comes in blue embroidery for basic to level 2 and red for level 3 to level 4, with khaki backing
- Sold in packs of 10
Legacy Code: CKS12665