Have you noticed people in uniform?
Well you're not under attack or in any trouble.
Royal Military College Duntroon cadets are completing one of their final assessments before they graduate in June and enter the Australian Army as lieutenants.
Senior instructor Major Chris Nelson is responsible for the effective synchronisation of training and explained that the cadets would be protecting the town in a simulation.
"As part of their assessment, they are judged on their ability to command a platoon," Major Nelson said.
"They have to follow a standard of procedures which allows them to do skills and tasks to achieve a mission.
"From a military context, they are acting as though the town has been overtaken by someone."
The military college, based in Canberra, like to mix the assessments up by doing it at different locations across the state, like Cooma, which is where the next assessment for the next class will be. .
Major Nelson was grateful towards the public for welcoming them with open arms.
"We're super glad to be here," he said.
"I'd like to thank the Goulburn community for accommodating us."
As part of Youth Week, the military college will be holding a display at PCYC before those taking part in Goulburn's Great Race will have to complete a task involving the college.
The cadets will also be involved with ANZAC Day commemorations, but to what extent will be determined by the Goulburn Soldiers Club.
The cadets leave town on May 4.
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