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SCHEDULE
Tentative Upcoming Schedule: The following activities/evolutions are tentatively scheduled (subject to change/adjustment).

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Command

Lieutenant Junior Grade Steven C. Furtado, (CB):
Steven Furtado
Lieutenant Fernando Patron, (MSC), USN, Executi:
Fernando Patron
Petty Officer 2nd Class Chris Mendez, USCG, Tra:
Chris Mendez
Instructor:
Brian Fox
Midshipman Alexander Tobbiassen, USNSCC, Divisi:
Alexander Tobbiassen
Web Master:
Joanna Bowman
Mrs. Susan Furtado, Administrative/Fundraising:
Susan Furtado

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If you are between the ages of 11 and 17, and are interested in
An Adventure of a Life Time, why not join us?

Cadets meet every other Saturday, generally starting at 9:00 AM and ending at 3:00 PM. Prior to each meeting (drill) a Plan of the Day (POD) is published, both by email and on this web site. This POD lays out the itinerary for the up coming drill, including which uniform is required, any special instructions, awards and announcements. Cadets can advance in rank by completing training courses, attending camp, and spending the required time at each level. With each advancement comes more authority and responsibility. After completing camp cadets become eligible for advanced summer trainings, which are in specialized fields of interest. Maybe your goal is to attend one of the four service academies (West Point, U.S. Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Academy), join the military right out of high school, attend college or naval ROTC, or just try it out for a while, we can help you reach your goals!

The United Sates Naval Sea Cadet Corps offers YOU the chance to find out if you have "what it takes" to be a part of today's military. Our cadets find themselves training along-side real navy personnel such as submariners, pilots, surface warfare officers, doctors and corpsmen, JAG officers, and even the Navy SEALs. And the best part? You can even attend these trainings while still in school.

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WHAT IS A SEA CADET?

We have two distinct programs, Navy League Cadets, age 11 to 13 and Naval Sea Cadets, age 13 to 17. Cadets receive training aboard Navy and Coast Guard ships and stations and wear Navy uniforms marked with Sea Cadet Corps insignia.

Our Mission:
The mission of the NETC Division is to build a sense of pride, patriotism, self-reliance, discipline, confidence, and other qualities which mold good strong character and citizenship; to instill an appreciation of military history, customs, and traditions; and to develop our Corps Values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment in every cadet.

TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Teamwork and leadership opportunities
  2. Drug-free
  3. alcohol-free
  4. International exchange program
  5. Sporting events and physical training
  6. Ceremonial events and parades
  7. Regional and national competitions
  8. Training on U.S. military stations and ships
  9. Experience numerous career fields
  10. Unit meetings every other weekend

Enrollment Medical and ADA Compliance
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.

Adult applicants must be in good health commensurate with their age group and be free from any ailment or condition that would prevent them from satisfactorily performing their primary duty of supervising youth. NOTE: Adults not physically qualified to perform all duties may still participate with a waiver from NHQ considering the parameters of their expected contribution to the NSCC program.



PARENT MEETING 27 JULY 2013 ALL NEED TO ATTEND! 12:00

CHOW IS BAG LUNCH THIS DRILL-ALL CADETS ARE TO BRING IN THEIR OWN CHOW.
Trainings are now posted on COMPASS. Please let me know asap if you want to attend training.
 
 


 


ALL HANDS

PARENT MEETING 27 July 2013 12:00 all need to attend as changes are taking place in the program.


CADETS/LEAGUE CADETS ELLIGIBLE TO TAKE PROMOTION EXAMS

  • SN Jonathan Fleet-PO3
  • SN Dubois-Novo-PO3
  • LC2 Benjamin Biello-LC3


    COMMANDER’S CORNER:

  • All members are requested to bring a notebook and writing implement to each drill along with their current coursework (Syllabus, BMR, notes, etc.).
  • All Cadets will be required to purchase chow each drill. (Outside food is not allowed into the base Galley). The cost will be $5.00. If this is a concern for anyone, please let me know.
  • Recruit…Recruit…Recruit. We continue to look for new Cadets.
  • Please note that we are now on Facebook. Facebook will be used for official use only. Personal pictures (not approved by me) are not to be posted. Official messages can be posted. Group name: NETC. If interested in being in the group send me friend request. You may request removal at any time. As always, remember our Core Values in all aspects of your lives.
  • If any of our Cadets accomplish a significant goal on the “civilian” side of life, please let me know. I will list it under the “Bravo/Zulu” category.
  • Remember to dress for the weather-long walk to chow.
  • Any Cadet who earns “B” or higher in all major subjects is eligible to receive the Academic Achievement medal. Submit a copy of their Report Card for inclusion in the Service Jacket.

    PARENTS:

  • Going forward with the possibility of bad weather on a drill day parents are encouraged to use good sense in terms of driving to drill. If there is a question in the am, call me directly.
  • Winter Training Schedule has been posted on COMPASS. Please let me know asap if you would like to attend.
  • National Fundraiser Money/Tickets due today. Let’s get out there and sell. Funds are getting low and we need equipment, etc
  • Please be mindful of assigned parking places at the drill site. A number of spaces are assigned to Reserve Center personnel who may have duty on the weekend.
  • Please provide family vehicle information. I need to provide information to Base security to gain access to the Base.
  • All Cadets will be required to purchase chow each drill. (Outside food is not allowed into the base Galley). The cost will be $5.00. If this is a concern for anyone, please let me know.

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    BRAVO/ZULU

    Congratulations!: The following unit members have been recognized for personal/unit accomplishments.

  • NETC Newport Division for receiving a 3.4 for our annual inspection. This score puts NETC in the second highest level of National scores.


    PRESS RELEASE





    Navy League's Military Appreciation Night

    Color Guard detail: PO3 Quevedo, SN Fox, SN Dubios-Novo, and SA Crooks. Escort Officer: Instructor Fox


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