U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps and U.S. Navy League Cadet Corps
You may find yourself asking, “What is Sea Cadets?” Many people will have the same thought when first hearing about the Cadets. In fact, some people label the Sea Cadets as the “Navy’s Best Kept Secret.” This is exactly correct.
The United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps (USNSCC) is for American youth ages 13-18
that have a desire to learn about the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine. Sea Cadets are authorized by the Secretary of the Navy to wear Navy uniforms appropriately marked with the Sea Cadet Corps insignia. The objectives of the Sea Cadet program are to introduce youth to naval life, to develop in them a sense of pride, patriotism, courage, and self-reliance, and to maintain an environment free of drugs and gangs.
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps provides youths:
·Development of mental & moral abilities.
·Development of structure & principles of patriotism
·Instills a sense of duty
·Develops basic seamanship
·Self respect & respect for others
Membership in the Sea Cadets allows teenagers to sample military life with no obligation to join any branch of the armed forces. A cadet who successfully completes the Sea Cadet program, may enlist in the Army, Navy, Coast Guard or Marine Corps, prior NSCC training may permit entry at an advanced pay grade depending on the service.
The Naval Sea Cadet Corps affords equal opportunity for participation to all young Americans regardless of race, religion, or gender.
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Look at this!
Cadets should be able to
'read' this without trouble.
Taken from the wall prior to
Marine's live shooting drill.
The Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC), and the Stars and Stripes Division complies with the ADA law with no exception. Here is the policy.
A medical examination similar to a high school sports physical is required for all cadet applicants to the Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) or Navy League Cadet Corps (NLCC). No one will be denied admission to the NSCC/NLCC due to a medical disability. Where a medical condition precludes full, unlimited participation, a Request for Accommodation (NSCADM 015) may be presented by the parent or guardian for review so the cadet may participate in NSCC activities to the maximum extent possible.
To all the cadets I have known.
I care about each and every one
of you. I will miss you, but I know
you're with the best.
My best wishes,