US Naval Sea Cadet Corps
Barque Eagle Division
1 Linsley Drive
Plainville CT 06062

CO - LCDR Brian Naylor
XO - LTJG Stephen Smith

  Commanding Officer's Log  

Welcome Aboard;

Visiting us may possibly be the best decision you will make as a young adult. The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) dates back to 1958 when the Navy League of the United States wanted to "create a favorable image of the Navy on the part of the American youth". Since that time the program has grown to over 380 units and approximately 9,000 young men and women ages 11-17.

The Barque Eagle Division has been working with local youth since January of 1973, and we continue to grow. Our goal is to give our youth a chance to; experience the Navy and Coast Guard way of life, develop strong moral principles, good citizenship and confidence.

We have many resources to review on this website. If you think our program sounds like something you would like to experience, our membership link is for you. It could be life changing.

LCDR. Brian C. Naylor, NSCC (MSgt USAF retired)
Commanding Officer
Barque Eagle Division



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Katy and Dante Roccasecca
Hartford Council


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All Hands;

After having a great past weekend, the fun is over for one drill. It's inspection time! Whatever uniform you are wearing for the inspection, please be sure it looks sharp, as in cleaned, pressed with all of your proper uniform pieces. As for those wearing the dress blues, a clean WHITE t-shirt which does not have a beat up collar. :) We need to get past the personnel inspection which will be around 1030 on the 2nd. After that we can relax and get back nto the normal swing of things.

The Staff apprciates the efforts everyone goes through and remember it's not just the Cadets, the Staff has to be inspected too, we're right in the thick of it also.

More to come via email... see you @ 0815 on 02FEB19.






  Special Projects  




Currently our Division is watching the track of the NOAA Drifter our Cadets took part in building. Drifting buoys are a primary tool used by the oceanographic community to measure ocean surface circulation at unprecedented resolution. A drifter is composed of a surface float, which includes a transmitter to relay data via satellite, and a thermometer that reads temperature a few centimeters below the air-sea interface.

For more information about the drifter program click here.

Click here to see the track of the drifter build by our Barque Eagle Cadets.