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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  Notes  
 
All Hands;

It's that time to finalize and get your summer trainings in order. It's a requirement that each Cadet goes on at least one training. If there are no trainings available for your rank, let the XO know. If there isn't anything he can waive the requirement. Other than that....it's an agreement from you we take seriously.

The Parade in Derby is Monday... look sharp in your whites or if none, your blues, they are technically the official dress uniform and are always acceptable. After that we start winding down. We still have a few events that we need attendance with but it's winding down.

Remember...As with anyone who wears a military uniform, you are always a Sea Cadet, you represent the entire program every moment of every day. If you remember that every day and carry yourself that way, I promise you will always succeed and be respected. As a Cadet you have been taught to Lead not Follow.

Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.

I'm not sure who might get the reference but it's powerful and exhorts how we expect, no how we know you can be.

See you on Monday...and to all who may see this, thank a Veteran everyday, they have earned it.

CO

 

 
     
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