Chelsey, who has been with the Dewsbury Army Cadet Force Detachment since the age of 13, revealed her talent as a marksman soon after joining the cadets.
What does ACF stand for?
ACF stands for Army Cadet Force (UK military)
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- Anticoagulant Factor
- Apalachicola–Chattahoochee–Flint River Basin Compact
- Appeal of Conscience Foundation (New York, NY)
- Apple Communications Framework
- Application Compatibility Factory (Microsoft)
- Application Configuration File
- Arcata Community Forest (municipal trail; Arcata, CA)
- Area Confinement Facility
- Area Control Facility
- Army Club Fund
- Army College Fund (recruiting/retention education incentive)
- Arts Center Foundation (various locations)
- Arts County Fair (University of British Columbia)
- Arts Crafts Festivals
- Ashford Christian Fellowship (Ashford, England, UK)
- Asian Christian Fellowship
- Asian Cricket Foundation
- Asociación Cristiana Femenina (Christian Womens' Association, Guatemala)
- Aspen Community Foundation (Aspen, CO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE ARMY Cadet Force in Stokesley is being praised after helping to raise nearly PS2,000 for the 2012 Poppy Appeal.
The Army Cadet Force is open to both boys and girls aged 12 years or above.
Kaylee, of Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, was with the 2nd Battalion The Highlanders Army Cadet Force when the tragedy happened on Loch Carnan, Benbecula, South Uist, in August 2007.
Thomas Dix, from Eckington, Worcestershire, will compete in the Champion Cadet competition at the Army Cadet Force headquarters in Surrey next month.
Army Cadet Force Major Richard Breeze said: "Roger has worked tirelessly, often in his own time and without remuneration.
Shannon was put forward for the award after her instructors at theClwyd and Gwynedd Army Cadet force heard about the incident.
More than 40 units, with cadets aged between 12 and 18, from groups including the Sea Cadets Corps, Army Cadet Force and the Air Training Corps, were given certificates at the ceremony at the University of Northumbria in Newcastle.