From Seaman Recruit to Chief Petty Officer, these are the things you must know to be a seaworthy Cadet.
Physical Readiness Test (PRT) Standards
Be Ready! Be Strong! No Cadet can call themselves Ship Shape until they have learned their potential. Each Cadet must pass the PRT (yearly) before being authorized to attend Trainings (LO, RT or Advanced Trainings) and to be Advanced in Rate. See PRT Exercise Chart for minimums required and requirements for awards.
PRT Exercise Chart
11 General Orders of a Sentry
Quizlet Flashcards and Tests to help you learn the 11 General Orders of a Sentry
Navy Terminology & Trivia
Every profession has its own jargon and the Navy is no exception. For the Navy, it's bulkhead, deck and overhead and not wall, floor, and ceiling. Some nautical terminology has found its way into every day use, and you will find the origins of this and Navy terminology below.
Sea Cadet Oath
I promise to serve God, honor our flag,
abide by the Naval Sea Cadet Corps Regulations,
and to carry out the orders of the officers appointed over me,
and so conduct myself as to be a credit to myself, my unit,
the Naval Sea Cadet Corps, the Navy, the Coast Guard, and my country.
and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me.
to defend freedom and democracy around the world.
Important Dates in Maritime History
Any cadet desiring to advancement to PO1 or CPO must read and provide a one page report of no more than 500 words on their understanding of the book and how it can improve our unit. You can borrow a copy from the CO or purchase your own on Amazon.