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LCDR EDITH O'BRION, NSCC
COMMANDING OFFICER


INST MICHAEL WOLF, NSCC
EXECUTIVE OFFICER

PO2 JACOB NOWALSKY, NSCC
LEADING PETTY OFFICER


Welcome to the Atlantic City Division of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps. We service the Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and southern Ocean Counties. The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a non-profit youth program for Americans ages 11 through 17. Atlantic City Division was commissioned in 1995. Our mission is to educate, motivate and empower the future leaders of America.



Thank you to everyone who attended one of our Memorial Day events. We had great weather and everyone did well. Don't forget to plan for the Wildwood VFW parade in June.

We wish fair winds and following seas to our graduates ths year: Seaman Alexandra Harrison will be going to the Naval Academy and Seaman Ayolola Oguntuase will be attending Jefferson University.

This coming drill will be the last chance for preparations for summer training. If you are attending a training and need extra uniforms, or if your uniforms no longer fit, this is your last chance. We will also conduct seabag inspections. You must bring EVERYTHING you will need for your training. Bring a copy of your training's seabag list, and everything you should have. This includes bedding, personal hygiene items and underwear. As CO, I am required to verify that you have a complete seabag list before training, and I won't verify it unless I see that you have it all. Don't miss out on your training because you didn't bring a complete seabag to drill. Remember that if you have not yet turned in your peacoat or your parka, you must do so in June. You will receive no other uniforms until those are returned.

Check out our Facebook page ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, USNSCC. We have a new logo and new cover photo. Unit updates, information, photos, and videos will be posted here.

LCDR Edith O'Brion, NSCC
Commanding Officer