Quote from CPO Blaine Bradley, NSCC

Quote from CPO Blaine Bradley, NSCC

We asked our cadets what being a sea cadet means to them. here are some of their responses.

Being a Sea Cadet cannot be described in one comment, but is described by the way each cadet holds him or herself. Sea Cadets is way of life that only a certain few decide to join. We hold our heads high with honor and respect, hoping to one day do something amazing.
— PO3 Ryan Talbot, NSCC
In a word, this program to me is my future.
— PO3 Shawn Deaton
I think the Sea Cadets is about opportunity - opportunity to learn, to grow, to be successful.
— PO3 Magnus Collins, NSCC
It means responsibility, loyalty, commitment, and work.
— SA Tanner Kerby, NSCC
It means: Motivation, determination, honor, courage and commitment.
— CPO Melissa Snyder, NSCC
Joining the NSCC has let me experience all types of jobs in the military, and is helping me choose a career path, enlisted or as a commissioned officer.
— SN Thomas Munoz, NSCC
It means showing that you’re committed to something, willing to show leadership and team work at that same time. Being disciplined and wearing you’re uniform with pride.
— SA Nathan Walters, NSCC
I have an older brother and sister away at college and miss them and their support. Being part of Sea Cadets means that I’m never alone.
— PO2 Jarrod Whitman, NLCC
Being a Sea Cadet means an opportunity to expand my horizons with exciting new adventures.
— SR Jonathan Schaffer, NSCC