Naval Sea Cadets Accepting New Recuits
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps – Lincoln Squadron has openings for a limited number of you young people ages 11-17 to join the crew of Lincoln Squadron. Interviews will be held at Camp Ashland (National Guard Base, 220 County Road A, Ashland, NE 68803) April 16, 17 beginning 6am to 9pm on Saturday and 6am to 3pm on Sunday. Appointments are necessary.
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is comprised of everyday young people who have an interest in seamanship, the military or other seagoing careers. Cadet applicants must be crime-free, drug-free, physically fit and approved by their school.
Lincoln Squadron Cadets, representing counties all over Nebraska, train at the National Guard Base one weekend each month, Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00am until 4:00pm each day. If cadets would prefer not to travel to base on Saturday morning, they are welcome to arrive on Friday evenings by 9:00pm. The program is managed by volunteers dedicated to instilling the core values of Pride, Service and Patriotism.
ENROLL NOW and you may be eligible to attend summer trainings all across the United States this summer.
Sea Cadets wear the traditional Navy uniform and can participate in a multitude of advanced training programs, including: at-sea training with the Navy and Coast Guard, submarine orientation, SEAL training, search and rescue, and international exchanges.
Adult volunteers, with or without military experience, are needed to allow the Sea Cadet program to grow. Those with seamanship, engineering, administrative and fund-raising skills are especially needed. Interested adults are encouraged to visit February 19th and 20th.
Occurs daily: [starting Apr 16, 2011 ending Apr 17, 2011]