Sandhurst salute as Royston officer Charlie graduates
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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.
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“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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