HUDDERSFIELD Sea Cadets have passed their annual inspection.
The cadets, based at Kings Mill Lane in Huddersfield, are affiliated to the Royal Navy.
This means the way the unit works is thoroughly inspected once a year by a Royal Navy commander who checks on everything from smartness through to standards on training.
The inspection was carried out by eastern area officer, Commander Dai Kent.
He was also given a demonstration by the cadets on the skills they have learned, including signalling by morse, flags and lights.
Lt Commander Reginald Horner, who is chairman of the unit's management committee, said: "It was an extremely satisfactory inspection."
The Huddersfield unit is called Training Ship Highburton after a former minesweeper.
Many minesweepers were named after villages ending in ton. There was also an HMS Flockton.
TS Highburton is affiliated to the Royal Navy's biggest ship, HMS Ocean, which transports helicopters and 800 marines.
Youngsters from the unit will join the assault ship for two days in July when it sails from Sunderland to Devonport in Devon.