One of five organizational units that comprise the regiment, or the entire Corps of Cadets. Often used interchangeably to refer to the unit of cadets and the barracks in which they are housed.
See also company.
Only capitalize “cadets” when used as a title (Cadets Sanderson and Salazar) or as part of the phrase “Corps of Cadets,” not as a common noun (The cadets leave for winter furlough after their last exam.).
Upper-class cadets of high academic and military standing selected to train freshman cadet recruits. Collective noun, singular in usage but plural in function.
The cadre is responsible for training and motivating the incoming class.
Period of training and indoctrination that introduces cadet recruits to the Fourth-Class System.
Formerly referred to as “Hell Week.”