Sea Cadets -- Test Your Limits
Cadets have fun and make friends at summer training
Looking for the NSCC Summer Training site? Click here.
Are you ready for challenge, adventure, and friendship?
Sea Cadets has it all!
Last day to join for this semester is Saturday, 4 October, 10AM, Richardson Middle School in Lake City, FL. Please read this site, particularly the New Cadets page. Print out the paperwork, fill it out, and bring it with you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 352-359-6889 if you have questions. We will reopen membership in January.
Accept the CHALLENGE of Sea Cadets and build your future!
New Cadets Welcome!
From entering senior year down to ten years old, YOU can participate! Do you have what it takes to meet the challenge?
Liberty Division is North Central Florida's Sea Cadets unit!
Please read the New Cadets page for more information about the program. To join, please call LT Robinson at 352-359-6889.
Steps to join -- (1)Please download, print, and fill out the application forms located on our New Cadets page. This includes getting a "sports physical" from your doctor. (2) Call LT Robinson to schedule an interview.
All donations to Liberty Division are tax-deductible! Please see our Supporters page for more information.
Interested in being an adult leader? See this page for more information.
Looking for the summer training site? Click here.
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, for Americans ages 13 to 17, and the Navy League Cadet Corps, for youth ages 10 to 13, give young people the chance to experience life in a hands-on, real-world environment. They meet challenges and succeed!
Sea Cadets move up through the ranks and take on responsibilities of leading others and performing important staff duties.
Overcoming challenges, solving problems, and working with others build the cadet's confidence and self-esteem.
Cadets learn to be responsible for everything about their Sea Cadets experience, from uniforms to assignments to timeliness. Unit officers partner with the cadets' parents and the cadets to help them improve at home and at school.
Cadets are encouraged to be positive and supportive of each other so that the entire team can grow. We work, play, win, lose, and serve together as a team. Our unit embodies the belief that we should be role models to all other cadets and young people. We do extensive community service.
- Physical Fitness
Cadets improve fitness levels through team exercising at meetings and individual exercising at home.
- FUN and Adventure!
Experiences in Sea Cadets are varied and fun! Live your dream with us.
The Naval Sea Cadets is unparalleled by any other youth program. Read our website to see what Sea Cadets can do for you. Accept the challenge. Join us.
Liberty Division, NSCC, meets in Lake City, Florida. We serve all North Central Florida counties. Our units are part of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, a Congressionally-chartered youth program that has been in existence since 1958.
Looking for a Sea Cadets unit in another area? See the national locator.
Our unit needs your support to help youth reach their potential. Please visit our support page to see how you can help.