Can you join Sea Cadets at 17?

Can you join Sea Cadets at 17?

How do I join? You can join Junior Sea Cadets at 10, Sea Cadets at 12. Find your local unit.

Can you quit Sea Cadets?

For 12 to 17 year olds, young people can join as a Sea Cadet and work their way up through the training programme. When cadets turn 18, they can either leave the Corps or they can stay and train as staff.

What do marine cadets do?

They take part in all the waterborne activities, as well as branching off into adventure training and military skills too. Royal Marines Cadets specialise in activities such as orienteering, fieldraft, and weapon handling.

How many Sea Cadets are there?

9,131 cadets

United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps
Country United States of America
Size 396 units and 12,002 members (2,871 officers and 9,131 cadets)
Garrison/HQ Arlington County, Virginia, U.S.
Motto(s) “Chart your course”

What is a Sea Cadet?

Sea Cadets are young Americans who always choose adventure, seek challenges, and step outside of their comfort zones. Sponsored by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard, cadets train on military installations in a variety of fields proving that Greatness Has No Age.

How many Sea Cadets join the Navy?

A recent poll showed that 65% of cadets were interested in joining the military. According to the U.S. Navy, more than 500 former Sea Cadets join the United States Navy in a typical year 10% to 12% of graduating Sea Cadets will enter each incoming U.S. Naval Academy Class. Who Can Join?

Where is the US Navy Sea Cadet Corps located?

USNSCC Headquarters, 2300 Wilson Blvd, Suite 200, Arlington, VA 22201-5435, [email protected]. Copyright © 2005 Naval Sea Cadet Corps, TM & ® 36 USC 154106.

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