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Virtual Q&A with SAS Who Dare Wins Mark Billingham MBE

All cadets are invited to tune in to the latest of the Cadet HQ's virtual Leadership Series - a Q&A with SAS Who Dares Wins Mark "Billy"Billingham MBE. This is a cadet wide initiative and so the Zoom call is open to all cadet units across the UK. Many of the Sutton CCF officer team will be tuning in so it would be great to have as many of our contingent involved. Full details over the session are below, including opportunities to feed in questions in advance.


I will send now the Zoom login details to your school email accounts. If you haven't received the by the end of this week then email suttongrammarccf@gmail.com or check with a friend.


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The Inspiring Leadership Series is aimed at bringing inspiring leaders from all walks of life to Cadets across the UK. Sessions are delivered virtually via the Zoom application and are open to Cadets and CFAV’s from both the ACF and CCF(A). The link to be able to join this session is below.


In the second session in the series, Major Peacock (Assistant National Training Advisor – Cadets) will be joined virtually by Mark Billingham MBE on Monday 8th February at 1900 hours. Mark is a former Special Forces Soldier, Writer & star of Channel 4’s SAS Who Dares Wins. You can read more about him by visiting this link www.markbillybillingham.com

Cadets can submit questions to Mark in advance if they wish, questions should be submitted via a CFAV. CFAV’s should email (leadership@armymail.mod.uk) or message via twitter (@ACFLeadership) questions along with the Cadets Name and County, Battalion, Sector or School. Questions will be read out during the session and the cadet with what Mark choses as the best question will receive a copy of his book, “The Hard Way”.

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