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Maryland SSBN 738 Division Unit

The Maryland (SSBN 738) Division meets, or "drills," as a unit bi-monthly throughout the year. The unit is structured along military lines and is headed by a Commanding Officer. The Commanding Officer is aided by an Executive Officer and an assortment of adult leaders. Maryland (SSBN 738) Division drills at various American Legion Posts in Queen Anne's County, MD.

Our main purpose is to foster team work, leadership, camaraderie, respect, and an understanding of the military command structure among cadets while having fun!

Classwork and training during drills introduces cadets to naval life through instruction in basic seamanship, military drill and leadership. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) is also added to the training curriculum when possible.

 

NSCC - Our Sea Cadet program builds leaders

The NSCC is the senior program of the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps. It was developed for older cadets, ages 13 through 17. The mission of the NSCC is to expose cadets to the full rigors of a military training program. NSCC prepares its cadets for whatever path they may take after high school.

When you join as a League Cadet or Sea Cadet, you will meet with your local unit. Depending on when you join, during either summer vacation or winter vacation, you will have your first opportunity to attend a league orientation or recruit training. After successful completion of your orientation or recruit training, you can progress to more advanced trainings at multiple locations throughout the country!

 

NLCC - Laying the foundation of future leaders

NLCC is a fantastic opportunity for youths to make friends, try something new, and prepare themselves to eventually enter U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps.

The NLCC is the junior program of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps. It was developed for younger cadets, ages 10 through 13. The mission of the NLCC is to train cadets about the seagoing military services, community service, citizenship, and an understanding of discipline and teamwork so that they are prepared for membership in the NSCC.