MACF

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AcronymDefinition
MACFMerseyside Army Cadet Force (Liverpool, UK)
MACFManufacturers Association of Central Florida
MACFMultiple Association Control Function
MACFMinnesota Association of Consulting Foresters
MACFMichigan Antique & Collectible Festival
MACFMandatory Access Control Framework
MACFMultiple Association Control Facility
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NOTICEBOARD MERSEYSIDE Army Cadet Force has announced the appointment of Colonel Stephen Boardman, MBE, DL, as their new Commandant.
These include The King's Regiment, Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs, National Museums Liverpool, Merseyside Army Cadet Force, Cancer Research UK, Cream and Bradbury Fields.
The march, led by the band of the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, was made up of serving military personnel, along with veterans, the merchant navy, cadets from the Merseyside Army Cadet Force and the Merseyside Wing Air Training Corps.
Major Tony Kirkpatrick, of Merseyside Army Cadet Force, said: "Joey would put his heart and soul into everything he did.
THE Merseyside Army Cadet Force now has the Freedom of Liverpool after being awarded the city's highest honour.
Two cadet organisations are also based at the centre: B (RLC) Troop of Merseyside Army Cadet Force and 1908 (Bootle) Squadron, Merseyside Wing, Air Training Corps.
LIVERPOOL NEARLY 400 members of the Merseyside Army Cadet Force attended a 12 day training camp, held at Wathgill, North Yorkshire.
Stephen Finnigan, who runs the Norris Green detachment of Merseyside Army Cadet Force, received one of only four awards for exceptional service.
The brothers, who are the only children of Tracy, 42, a school catering assistant, and David, 40, a self-employed carpet fitter, chose a military career after hearing tales of their second cousin, David Whitley, a former soldier in The King's Regiment, and as a result of their five years in Merseyside Army Cadet Force.
Merseyside Army Cadet Force Commandant Colonel Richard Goodwin presented Lewis Hayes with his award
Malley became an instr uctor with the Merseyside Army Cadet Force in May 2001 after easily passing the vetting procedure because of his distinguished Army career and prison officer service.
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