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Good day all,

Drill this month will be virtual.  We will be talking about training, how to use Polaris for your coursework requirements, and discuss emergency preparedness.  Uniform o the day will be NWU’s.  If you have not turned in PRT scores yet, please get them done and turned in, otherwise, you will be marked with an administrative fail and will have only one more chance to pass PRT before being dropped.  Check your unit email for paperwork that you need to complete and turn in as well.  You should also check your email for the Zoom meeting invitation to this month’s drill.  Also, check your ID cards to see if they are close to expiring.  If they are close, please take care of the re-enrollment.

See you at Drill.

LTJG Jay E. Myers  

Attention to Orders!

September 2020 Drill PODDownload the POD!


Communication Requirements

If you’re not able to attend drill, contact your Chain of Command: LPO and Division Officer.  Copy your Commanding Officer on all emails:  CO@phoenixdivision.org.

If you have questions about training or coursework, email the training officers at TRAINING@phoenixdivision.org.


Do not let your enrollment expire.  Re-enrollment into the program is $125.00 and can be paid via cash, credit card, check or money order made payable to “USNSCC.” Unsure of your enrollment status?  Check your ID for the expiration date or contact admin staff. If you are planning on attending any training through the USNSCC, you must have a current and valid ID through the last date of the training. It is your responsibility to verify you have what you need for training. If your ID is not current, you may be denied training until your enrollment and ID is current.

If your ID card is lost or damaged, you may request a replacement.  The cost to replace your ID card is $10.00.  See your Chain of Command with questions.  Payment should be given directly to admin staff, and be sure to collect a receipt upon for payment.

Attention All Hands!!!

Please go to the Homeport Portal and look for the training you would be interested in attending. Review the training lists for all the different trainings throughout the United States, Please be sure to read the NSCC Information Letter (FIRST) at the top of the training portal page or the hyperlink in this announcement for important guidance on all trainings. Please get your Training Authority (Request) NSCTNG001– Cadet completed and submitted to the Commanding Officer with the applicable registration fees in the form of a “Money Order” or “Cashier’s Check” made out to “USNSCC”, unless otherwise directed per NSCC Information Letter. Please bring orders requests and registration fees to drill this weekend, hesitation may cause you to miss out on advanced training opportunities!



Planning and preparing, it is important to start schedule your time wisely to maintain a good balance of schoolwork and Sea Cadet coursework. Working on it on a regular basis will allow you to take it in smaller pieces over time to get it all done without a lot of grief. Set a personal goal to be able to turn in at least 2 (or more) assignments every drill. This will help put you on the fast track to promote quickly through the program. If there are any issues with coursework that has been submitted be sure to let ADMIN know, but be sure to let you LPO/Division Officer know FIRST!

Can’t find your coursework CD??? Easy – Just go to Sea Cadet Coursework Link for Sea Cadets and NLCC Cadet Coursework Link for Navy League cadets start onPart I of the NLCC Syllabus.

Blank Answer Sheets: http://homeport.seacadets.org/download/attachments/1343728/nsctng028.pdf

Do you have your PQS done yet? All cadets should be able to complete Level 1 introduction to PQS within the first three drills after joining. Level 2 PQS is for all cadets to prepare them for recruit training and should be completed before RT if possible and not longer than their first year in the program. If you don’t have them completed, plan on getting them caught up ASAP.