ROYAL MARINES VOLUNTEER CADET CORPS
The Royal Marines Volunteer Cadet Corps (RMVCC) is a youth organisation associated with the Royal Marines, dating back to 14 Feb 1901. There are currently three units, known as 'Divisions', located at Portsmouth, Plymouth and Lympstone (Exeter).
Our Motto is ‘Be Worthy’, something we expect all of our cadets to live up to. This website provides information on the Plymouth Division RMVCC, but also gives information covering the RMVCC organisation as a whole.
The aim of the RMVCC is to provide opportunities for young persons to develop into responsible, dependable and useful members of society; to promote self-discipline and comradeship, and to teach the basic principles of leadership in preparation for adult life whether it be in the armed forces or not.