​CADET LIFE

Drill

As a part of training, cadets of the squadron will generally meet monthly for drill exercises which may consist of physical training, classroom training, off-site activities, and various community service opportunities. Upcoming drill information will be located on this page of the website under Plan of the Month.

Cadets will typically spend the weekend from 0800 to 1600, Saturday and Sunday.

The monthly Plan of the Month (POM) announcement will be posted at lease two weeks prior to drill and will include all scheduling, gear requirements, and various changes from drill to drill.  It is the cadet's responsibility to read and adhere to the Plan of the Month each drill. 

WEARING THE UNIFORM

 

Uniforms are issued as soon as possible after paid membership.  Under no circumstances will an incomplete or improper uniform be allowed to be worn during drill.  Cadets with improper uniforms will either be sent home or put into PT gear.  Additionally, improper or incomplete uniforms shall not be worn in public or at the Utah Military Academy.  

EARNING AWARDS

 

Many ribbons can be earned while in the Sea Cadet Corps.  Some examples are:

  • Academic Achievement

  • Community Service

  • Physical Fitness

  • Marksman

  • Drug Reduction

  • Staff Cadet

  • Color Guard

Syllabus Links for League Cadet Advancement:

VISIT A DRILL

13-14 FEB Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)
 
6-7 MAR - Radio Comms
Land Navigation
Combat Ops Center
 
10-11 APR - Intro to EOD
Patrolling/Camping Basics
Field Ops Practice
14-16 MAY - Field Training  (FTX) Overnight
 
5-6 JUN- Basic Sailing and Service Project Overnight
 
26 JUN - 3 JUL- Regional Training (Recruit and Advanced Trainings)
No unit drill
 
7-8 AUG - Damage Control: Flooding and Fire
11-12 SEP Weapons Training 
Small Unit Ops
2-3 OCT McAuliffe Space Center Field Trip
Intro to Naval Intelligence
6-7 NOV Recoginizing National Service 
11 DEC - Wreaths Across America Ceremony
CADET ADVANCEMENT

 

In order to advance, cadets must attend Recruit Training (RT), which must be completed within the cadet's first year.  In order to attend RT, cadets must complete the Basic Military Requirements (BMR) course.  This is done on their own or with the help of an adult.  The BMR is designed for adult learning, so assistance from a parent or older cadet is recommended.

Swim Quals

Summer, 2018, Swim Qualifications at Roy Aquatic Center

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