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J Sea Cadets 36 NAVY NEWS, MAY 2002


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Oar-some experience


Pacific last year, visit- ed HMS Raleigh to talk to South West Area Sea Cadets about his experiences.


CORPORAL Dominic Mee, one of two Royal Marines who rowed across


the North


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'Come to the cookhouse door, boys'


THIS evocative photo of Stoke-on-Trent Sea Cadets rushing to collect their rations at their summer camp at Heswall on the River Dee in 1938 was sent to us by J. A. Morgan - still living at Trentham, Stoke. If you can spot him, he says he is the one wearing spectacles .. . Does anyone else out there have any old pics of Sea Cadet activities? If so, we'd like to see them.


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