Hong Kong Adventure Corps

The Hong Kong Adventure Corps is a voluntary uniformed group subsidised by the Hong Kong government and the Hong Kong Jockey Club. Created in 1995 with ties to the British Army's Army Cadet Force and Combined Cadet Force. Patrons of the HKAC are Anson Chan and Tsang Yam Pui.

Read more about Hong Kong Adventure Corps:  History, Training, Qualifications, Customs and Courtesies, Uniform, Organisation, Ranks, Equipment, Fleet, Awards, Exchange Trips

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