Our Mission “…through organization and cooperation with the Department of the Navy, to encourage and aid American youth to develop, train them in seagoing skills, and to teach them patriotism, courage, self-reliance and kindred virtues.” - NSCC Charter – 36 USC 1541

folder Additional Forms & Regulations

  • Community Service Hours Tracking
  • Color/Honor Guard Tracking
  • Forrestal Squadron / Training Ship Ranger Attendance Policy

Documents

pdf Attendance and Report Out Procedures

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Attendance-ReportOutProcedures-2015.pdf

The Attendance and Report Out Procedures is an official document of Forrestal Squadron and Training Ship Ranger. Its contents reflect current orders of the Commanding Officer regarding Squadron procedures. All personnel are responsible for reading, understanding and follow the information contained herein.

All Cadets are expected to be at every drill. Efficient operation of the unit and development of cadets require a full cadre present. Cadets are expected to attend a minimum of 75% of scheduled drills. Cadets failing to do so may, at the option of the commanding officer, be dis-enrolled from the NSCC.

pdf Community Service Tracking Form v1

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Community_Service_Tracking_Form_v1.pdf

Use this form to track your Community Service Hours.

NSCC/NLCC Community Service Ribbon.  Will be awarded to those NSCC Officers, Midshipmen, Instructors and NSCC/NLCC Cadets that distinguish themselves by accumulating 30 hours or more community service work.

This award is for true community service work, i.e. serving meals for the homeless, community clean up, work at Veteran’s Homes, charity work, etc.

Attendance at parades or public events is not the purpose of this ribbon.

pdf Honor/Color Guard Tracking Form

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Honor-Color_Guard_Tracking_Form_v1.pdf

Use this form to track your Honor and Color Guard events.

default Parents Handbook

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2015 NSCC/NLCC PARENT'S HANDBOOK

This handbook is provided as a guide for parents during their child’s involvement with the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) or the Navy League Cadet Corps (NLCC). Most parents who choose to read this booklet do so because their son or daughter has joined, or is interested in joining, either the NSCC or the NLCC.

Content includes:

  • Welcome Aboard
  • Our Navy Heritage
  • Drills
  • Proper Appearance
  • Chain of Command
  • Adult Volunteer Opportunities
  • Supplementary Material
  • Glossary of Nautical Terms