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Some School Based Units closed down while some struggled on.By the end of World War II, Regimental Detachments had been re-raised.In 1975, the AAC was disbanded by the Whitlam Labor government and was re-raised by the Fraser Liberal government on 1 October 1976. As a result of the Beazley Defence review white paper in 1984, full military support was withdrawn from school based cadet units, now classed as Limited Support Units (LSU).Military support for LSUs was limited solely to the discretionary loan of equipment for Annual camps.
The programme has more than 19,000 Army Cadets between the ages of 12½ and 19 based in 237 units around Australia.
In 1869, the Newington College Cadet Corps was formally incorporated by the Governor of New South Wales (Somerset Lowry-Corry, 4th Earl Belmore) and that unit is now believed to be the second oldest continually running corps in Australia, after The King's School Cadet Corps.
With the establishment of many cadet units and corps at numerous boys schools throughout the Commonwealth, His Majesty King Edward VII established the Commonwealth Cadet Corps in Australia on 16 July 1906.
The Duke of Edinburgh presented his banner as a gift to the Corps on at Victoria Barracks, Sydney.
At this time, there were 46,000 cadets in Australia.
More than 2000 cadets representing the units of 41 state schools, 11 independent or private schools and one catholic school were inspected by the Governor.