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Thank you for your interest in the Sea Cadets. The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a
Through Sea Cadet leadership, cadets learn skills in basic seamanship and its naval adaptations, while also learning the value of patriotism, courage, self-reliance, teamwork, and accountability.
Membership in the Sea Cadets allows teenagers to sample military life with no obligation to join any branch of the armed forces. Should cadets decide to enlist in the Navy or Coast Guard, their training may allow them entry at an advanced pay grade. Many Sea Cadets receive scholarships and appointments to military academies. But membership in the NSCC does not imply any guarantees to these scholarships or selection to a service academy.
In Green Bay the cadets of the VADM James H. Flatley Division meet at the Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC). We meet during the months of September through June, usually on Saturday and Sunday of the first weekend of each month. (Click on the 'Calender' button at left). Our purpose is to prepare the cadets for advanced trainings available to the cadets during the summer months of June, July, and August. Ther is a number of training activities, each of which are generally two consecutive weeks in length. Examples of trainings are:
|New Recruit Training||Basic / Advance Airman Training|
|Aviation Ground School||Navy Band School|
|Seamanship Aboard Ship||Seal Training|
|International Exchange||Honor Guard|
|Master at Arms||Amphibious Operations|
|Marine Engineering||Judge Advocate General|
|Submarine Seminar||Explosive Ordanance Disposal|
|Seabee Training||Special Warfare Boats|
|Petty Officer Leadership Academy|
Along with preparing the cadets for summer trainings we arrange local activities such as wall climbing, ship yard and boat tours, bowling, Cobia (Manitowac WW2 submarine) sleep over, and laser
We are a self funded organization; as such we need to charge a nomial entrance fee. This fee includes national fees and the outfitting the cadets with uniforms for the cadets entire career in the Sea Cadets. Each subsequent year the cadet pays a greatly reduced amount. The fees for the above trainings are generally $110. The training fee includes lodging, food, and all materials required for two weeks.
The staff is composed of volunteers; as such the active participation by the parents is necessary for the unit to operate. More parental envolvement results in stronger program for the cadets.
Should you have further questions, please contact us by clicking the 'Contact Us' button at left.