SEA CADETS ARE GOING PLACES

THE NUMBERS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. From service academies to enlisted service, our cadets go on to become leaders in their communities. 

Sea Cadet CPO Paul Treacy was administered the Oath of Enlistment during the Army–Navy Game on December 12, 2015. The oath was given in front of approximately 81,000 spectators. As the oath was administered, the entire stadium stood silently at attention. Once completed, the spectators gave a thunderous round of applause in appreciation for those who just volunteered to serve our nation. Treacy's goal is to receive training in in the field of Information Technology. As a direct result of his involvement with Sea Cadets, SR Treacy will be promoted to Seaman (SN/E3) after successfully completion of Recruit Training.

I’m often asked, ‘What has the USNSCC done for you in your life?’ This is a complicated question. Not because it has done nothing, but because it has done everything.
— Aldin Wright, Former Sea Cadet
We are so proud of all of our graduating seniors! In 2015, former PO2 Elisabeth Wayne received a ceremonial check from the Navy for NROTC at her high school's senior awards event.

We are so proud of all of our graduating seniors! In 2015, former PO2 Elisabeth Wayne received a ceremonial check from the Navy for NROTC at her high school's senior awards event.