Currently, Seawolf Division is a group of highly
motivated cadets that conduct monthly weekend drills at the Naval Support Activity, Panama City and in Bonifay.
All new Cadets must attend two weeks of military training upon acceptance
into the program. Additionally, they are allowed to train onboard U.S. Naval Ships and shore-based Activities, as well as
attend consolidated versions of many of the Navy Class 'A' and Class 'C' Schools.These excellent courses,
taught by active duty & retired service members, demand a high level of excellence from the cadets, who range in age from
eleven to eighteen years.
There are far too many
advantages of becoming a Naval Sea Cadet to list here. To name a few, it is a definitive stepping stone for admission
to The U.S. Naval Academy, other Service Academies and acceptance into the Recruit Officer Training Corps.
For Cadets who put forth the effort to advance in the prescribed path
within the Sea Cadet Corps and choose to enlist in the US Navy, they will advance in pay grade earlier than their
counterparts upon completion of Basic Training.
life skills such as navigation, knot tying, self defense and appreciation of heritage are integrated throughout all aspects
of training. These contribute to our overall goal of providing the leaders of tomorrow with the tools to meet that future,
full speed ahead.
Regardless of their eventual decisions,
the skills and maturity developed in the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps provide a foundation of excellence that will enable them
to face those tough choices with a clear understanding of our Core Values of Honor, Courage and Commitment.