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Staff and student cadets took part in Armed Forces Weekend on Plymouth Hoe, visited by more than 50,000 people on 25 and 26 June.

 

 The annual event is very popular and this year there were air displays over Plymouth Sound and more than 100 stalls where families met service dedicated service people, veterans and volunteers, explored all terrain vehicles, and watched scuba divers in action.

Mr Roulston, who is teaching Languages at the College as part of the Troops To Teachers initiative, was manning the Royal Navy stand for part of the weekend and said he was "very impressed" with the conduct and appearance of the College's cadets who took part.

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Troops To Teachers helps people leaving the armed forces train to become teachers when they leave the forces.

"It was great to see them looking so smart," said Mr Roulston, who was in the Royal Navy for 25 years.

"They are our armed forces of the future - they were immaculately turned out and a credit to the cadets and to the College."

Mr Roulston said he has "very much enjoyed" the first year of his two-year teacher training programme at the College.

"It is everything I hope it would be," he said.

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