Naval Sea Cadets participate in the 2012 Memorial Day events
at the Peoria RiverFront.
U.S. Naval Sea Cadets prepare for their last drill of 2012 in Peoria
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[November 29, 2012]
For the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps, it has been a year filled with
assignments, parades, search and rescue, scuba training, and summer
trainings, to mention a few of the things that can be accomplished
within a year. The final drill activity is scheduled for Dec. 8 and
Is 2013 the right year for your child to join the U.S. Naval Sea
The Naval Sea Cadet Corps is for American youth ages
13-17 who want to learn about the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard
and Merchant Marine.
The Navy League Cadet Corps is for boys and girls at least 11 but
not yet 14 years old who are interested in the sea and ships and our
nationís seagoing services. The Navy League program is designed to
introduce young people to maritime and military life and to prepare
them for later entrance into the Naval Sea Cadet Corps. Local units
will often participate in community events such as parades and
fairs. They may also tour Navy and Coast Guard ships and shore
stations, and participate in community service such as working in
veterans hospitals and organizing clothing and food drives.
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On Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Dec. 9 from noon to 4
p.m., officers of the Pimiteoui Division at the Naval Support Center
in Peoria will be available to answer new recruit questions. Visit
more information and use the "Contact Us" at
USNSCCPimiteouiDivision@mediacombb.net to request an appointment
to be a guest of the Naval Support Center, 7117 Plank Road, Peoria.
[Text from file received from the
Pimiteoui Division, U.S. Naval Sea Cadets