Normal in-camp hygiene should be adequately covered under normal military G1 Discipline: showered/shaved, reasonable length hair, clean and pressed uniform.
If your cadets are actually going somewhere overseas (including high-risk AT) then use your Formation HQ Medical Branch for medical force protection advice as necessary. They will quiz you on your med plan and risk assessment and adjust it accordingly in order to ensure it is 'water-tight'
I've personally been involved in cadets going to Eastern Europe and OTC going on exped to Mongolia, in these cases you would get a similar level of support as a deploying unit.
Knowing your track record, you are very low down on my babysitting list !!! I don't think that a new career in cadet trg is the route for you - their parents may get a bit miffed at your trg methods (and you are under the thumb at last!!)Hopefully see you in the sun very soon (not the newspaper)
Ferk me is this what it has come too - arguing over MATT numbers &*^%$&. Who gives a toss (not sure which MATT that is!!?). Much better would be coming up with a MATT that should be, but isnt - what gleaming subject is missing? I gonna start a thread..................................