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LT Tim Baird - Web
707 224-7712
Napa, California

Life Saving Training
Thursday, July 26

PCR-12           LCDR Steve Nash     
PCR-12           LCDR Dave Dackins  ASRD
PCR12-1         LCDR Leonard Long Jr.
PCR-12-2       LCDR Marti Lantz     
PCR-12-3       LCDR Mark Lewis      
PCR-12-4       LCDR Marcia Powell  
PCR-12-5       LCDR Jack Powell    
PCR-12-6       LCDR Eric Thiessen 
PCR-12-7       LCDR Robert Bledsaw  
PCR-12          LCDR Diana Powell  Recruiting Officer  
PCR-12 Web LT Tim Baird            






LCDR Barbara McCullough passed away Monday evening the 9th of February.  There will be a Memorial Service next Thursday, l9 February at the Centenary Methodist Church , corner Riber and McHenry Ave. in Modesto, CA at 1:30 p.m., refreshments to follow.  Barbara held many positions in the Sea Cadet Corps, from Instructor to Unit CO and Regional Director.  TS Crows Landing was First in the Nation two years of the three when she was in command.  She wrote the NLCC Training Manual and also the first POLA Training Manual.  She participated in many, many Training Duties and earned many Ribbons and was Awarded the Chairman's Medal.  I hope many Sea Cadet Officers will be able to attend the Service.  Uniforms are optional.



LCDR Steve Nash








Winter 2014 Honor Guard Training is 12/26 to 1/1 at Two Rock Coast Guard Station.





                    1. AVAILABILITY


                    10 billets (5M/5F) remain available for the subject training. Registration will close out 14 DEC 2014.




                    2. COURSE DESCRIPTION


                    USCG master training specialists and honor guard personnel will provide expert, hands-on, performance-based instruction in key aspects of honor guard operations, including:


                    *Planning, leadership, and public contact skills


                    *Basic and ceremonial drill commands and movements


                    *Honors and ceremonies afloat and ashore




                    3. BENEFITS TO UNIT/STUDENT


                    Participants will learn how to:


                    *Plan for and design a ceremonial performance


                    *Train other honor guard members


                    *Perform basic and advanced manual of arms/colors/guidon


                    *Execute colors ceremonies afloat and ashore


                    *Conduct flag ceremonies and presentations


                    *Perform ceremonial quarterdeck, honor cordon, docent, and escort duties




                    4. STANDARDS


                    Student performance will be assessed against standards set forth in USMC Drill and Ceremonies Manual (MCO P5600.20), as adapted for NSCC use.




                    5. PREREQUISITES


                    Cadets must be E-3 or above, and age 15 or above. Requires recommendation to attend from Commanding Officer. Send copy of NSCTNG001, copy of ID, and M/O or certified check payable to "NSCC" to COTC at address above.




                    6. TRAVEL NOTES


                    The training site is 1-2 hours from the nearest major airports (SFO/OAK). Public ground transportation from the airport to Petaluma is available by the Airporter service to the North Bay area. We can provide courtesy transportation from the Petaluma Airporter stop to the base.  




Tenitive 2015 start date for Recruit Training at Camp Parks is 28 JUN 2015 and end on 11 JUL 2015.  





Please keep 24 JAN 2015  open for Officer’s Call in Monterey.  We have specialized training there that will be required of all to complete so attending will be a way to complete it.

LCDR Steve Nash





The Navy League Foundation awards scholarships to high school seniors who will attend college in the fall. Scholarships are awarded for four years and provide an award of $2,500 per year. 


**All graduating Sea Cadets who plan to attend college in the fall are eligible to apply for this scholarship.**


To apply, cadets should complete the online application process, which can be initiated here: 


Questions regarding the scholarship and application process should be directed to


Best regards,





Navy League of the United States

Press Release




2015-2016 Navy League Scholarships are now open


Spread the Word!

Image removed by sender.The Navy League Scholarship Foundation is now accepting applications from high school seniors.  The application will close on March 1, 2015. 

Children and grandchildren of current or former members of the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines as well as members of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps are encouraged to apply. 

The Navy League Foundation offers four-year scholarships, each worth $10,000.


Click here to apply.



Stacy McFarland

Staff Vice President

Development and Programs




Need the units to log into Magellan and update the cadets and adults records to include correspondence courses, training etc. The records are not updated and it is causing problems along the COC to make promotions. Some are taking weeks and should only take a couple days but because Magellan is not current with training and  Courses the promotions keep getting kicked back.

LCDR Steve Nash












Training with the USCG

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Sun 3/1 star Deadline for receipit of Navy League Scholarship Application TBA
Tue 3/31 star Annual Inspections END TBA
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