Additional Information

About Us

Since 1958, the Naval Sea Cadet Corps has been a federally chartered and Navy-sponsored youth training program for young people ages 10-17 who train with the US Navy, US Coast Guard, and other military organizations.


We invite you to learn more about this youth program at www.seacadets.org.


Drill

Most units meet (drill) one weekend per month, 6 to 8 hours per day; others may choose to meet every Saturday. In order to comply with Sea Cadet regulations, units must drill a minimum amount of hours each month. Col Lewis L Millett Division drills typically one weekend per month with additional drills based on the calendar of events.

Weekend drills are sometimes held off base for camping, rock climbing, weapons safety training, parades, a trip to a Navy ship, community service, and more.


Facebook

If you wish to view more pictures of our unit activities, please visit our Facebook page.


Flickr

Here are some albums of our unit's recent activities.

16 DECEMBER 2017 - Riverside National Cemetery Wreaths Across America

Text Messaging Service

This service allows us to message all subscribers. Subscription is mandatory for all COL Lewis L Millett Division and Training Ship Ford Cadets and Officers.

To subscribe, Text "@seacade" to 81010, or tap device icon for autofill.

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For further information or if you have questions, please contact our Commanding Officer Pete Wright at CO@millettdivision.org