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U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps

 

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Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, California

 

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VISITORS

 

If you are between 11 and 17 years old, and are interested in adventure, why not join us? Cadets receive training aboard Navy and Coast Guard ships and schools and wear Navy uniforms marked with Sea Cadet Corps insignia. Click on the "Tour" and "FAQ" buttons to see videos and learn more about what cadets learn and do. Then click on "News" to learn about current and past events and "Ship’s Log" to read reports from cadets about their activities.

 

We invite you to be our guest at one of our drills to get a taste of the Sea Cadets. Our drills are held at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado on the second weekend of every month, from 0730 Saturday morning until 1600 (4 pm) Sunday afternoon. One of your parents will need to talk to the officers when you arrive. Click on the "Contact Us" button to request more information about the Sea Cadets program, directions to our drill site, or the drill schedule. YOU MUST CONTACT US NO LATER THAN THE WEDNESDAY BEFORE THE DRILL YOU WISH TO ATTEND so we can arrange clearance for you with base security.

 

CURRENT CADETS

 

Be sure to check the "What's New" page for the latest updates to this site. Also visit the "Ship's Log" for information on how you can submit stories about your involvement in the Sea Cadet program and tell others about our drills and activities.

 

MISSION

 

Our mission is to instill character in each cadet with teamwork, leadership, discipline, and self reliance. In particular, teamwork is the key element to our success as a unit and as individuals. We train each and every cadet, preparing them for their future role as our nation’s leaders, civilian and military.

 

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TRAINING

 

Coronado Battalion is fortunate to be positioned on Naval Base Coronado (NBC). The unit receives classroom and hands-on-training from active duty members of the U.S. Navy, the Seabees, and US Marines, making it educational and adventurous. When not training with members of active duty service or reserve units, the unit participates in other activities and events, such as their annual flagship competition and community service, combining fun and hard work to bring out the best in each and every cadet.

 

SPONSORS

 

We are co-sponsored by Amphibious Construction Battalion One (ACB1), located here at the Naval Amphibious Base (NAB) and the Amphibious ship, the BonHomme Richard (LHD-6).

 

The Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a non-profit organization. Coronado Battalion's financial sponsor is the Coronado Council of the Navy League of the United States. We also try raising money on our own through raffle tickets, car washes, and candy sales to purchase supplies, uniform, equipment, and other necessary items and also to defray some of the cost of training for cadets.

 

Please check out our "Sponsor" page to see how you can help support the unit.  Thank you.

 

CORONADO BATTALION AND TS BORA BORA RECEIVE NATIONAL RECOGNITION

  • For the second time, Training Ship Bora Bora is the proud 2012 recipient of the Morgan L. Fitch Jr. Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding NLCC unit in the nation.
  • Training Ship Bora Bora is the proud 2006 recipient of the Morgan L. Fitch Jr. Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding NLCC unit in the nation.
  • Coronado Battalion/TS Bora Bora was the 2006 runner up (#2) for the George S. Halas Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding combined NSCC/NLCC unit in the nation.
  • Coronado Battalion and TS Bora Bora were both awarded the Certificate of Honor from National Headquarters for their outstanding performance on the 2006 Annual Inspection.
  • Coronado Battalion's website was chosen as the USNSCC Site of the Month for May 2005
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