The Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) Recruit Training (RT) or commonly referred to as "Boot Camp" is the cadet's introduction to military routine and discipline and is the first step toward advancing in the Sea Cadet Program. Cadets spend nine days or two weeks learning basic Navy subjects, elementary seamanship, basic damage control, and quarter's maintenance.
Recruit Training is mandatory for all Naval Sea Cadets; however, it is optional for Naval League Cadets. NSCC cadets must complete E-1 and E-2 Polaris coursework in order to attend recruit training.
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The Basic Military Requirements Practice Qualification Exam
Please review the below items which are required to know for recruit training.
Every cadet should know their USNCC ID number for Recruit Training