Sandhurst salute as Royston officer Charlie graduates

PUBLISHED: 08:32 24 April 2016

Charlie Kenzie from Royston passed out from Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. PICTURE: Johnny Fenn.

Charlie Kenzie from Royston passed out from Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. PICTURE: Johnny Fenn.

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A Royston man is celebrating after passing out at the army’s world renowned Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

Charlie Kenzie, left, joined hundreds of officer cadets in a prestigious graduation ceremony.

He said: “Being part of an elite group of people that have graduated as British Army officers from Sandhurst makes me extremely proud.

“It’s one of the biggest challenges I have ever undertaken, but also one of the most rewarding.

“The training and support I have received has been excellent and I cannot wait to start putting it into practice, and be given the chance to make my contribution on operations, adventure training, and missions overseas.

“I would recommend an officer career to anyone looking for an exciting job away from the mundane nine-to-five.”

When an officer has passed out they are in charge of a platoon of 30 soldiers, managing their skills, workloads and welfare.


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