Labor Day Weekend, Sept.1st-4th, The USNSCC George Washington spent four days at the USCG TRANCEN in Cape May, NJ The United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May, N.J., is the Nation’s only Coast Guard Recruit Training Center. Our four-day weekend started with a caravan of cars, trucks and vans leaving our home base, SUNY […]
USCGAUX Flotilla 05-04 teamed up with the Yonkers Amateur Radio Club (YARC) and participated in the Communication Training Field day event. Members had the opportunity to set up equipment, learn about communications and train on correct radio usage. Special Thanks to YARC Communications Officer Gil Lugo for coordinating.
The George Washington & Iwo Jima Division got together during Fleet Week at the Intrepid museum; toured the USS Wasp (LHD-1), a United States Navy multipurpose amphibious assault ship, and the lead ship of her class; and participated in the GWD recruitment booth.
Two New York City Sea Cadet units served Color Guard for 2023 Fleet Week opening ceremony at the New York Yacht Club in NYC where the Honorable Carlos Del Toro, Secretary of the Navy attended. May 24, 2023 — The George Washington Division. together with the Empire State Division. participated in the Color Guard Service
The Sea Cadets will be front and center at the parade opening guarding the 2022 Grand Marshall Former Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard, and ex-Sea Cadet Vincent M. Patton III.George Washington Division and Iwo Jima Division’s League Cadets hold the New York Council Navy League of the US during the Veterans Day Parade
In partnership with the EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) and the Young Eagles, The George Washington Division “test drove” near fifteen single-engine planes to get a taste of what is like to be a pilot. Upon completion, they registered with the Young Eagles and gained access to the material to learn how to fly. As a
Earlier this year, the USNSCC shook hands on a solid partnership with the State University of New York Maritime College. SUNY Maritime not only lends its facilities to the local George Washington Division for monthly drills but is also the setting for national advanced training. The Seamanship Advanced Training was led by highly skilled university-level
Co-drill with Sea Cadet units George Washington Division, from NYC and Iwo Jima from Newburgh. Kick off Fleet Week May 25 at 0700 An opening ceremony hosted by USO on Wednesday May 25, allowed the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps and the George Washington Division to rub shoulders with Navy’s créme de la créme.
On April 24, 2022, LCDR Edmund Donovan officially retired from the United Naval Sea Cadets Corps. Back in 2004, LCDR Donovan and LCDR Burkett founded the George Washington Division. Shortly after, the unit was moved to the Salesian Catholic High School were it grew in numbers and LCDR Donovan became the Commanding Officer. During his
NYC Sea Cadet unit, George Washington Division is now drilling in the SUNY Maritime campus On March 12, cadets from George Washington Division, one of 387 Sea Cadet units in America, drilled at Maritime College located beneath the Throgs Neck Bridge. Sea Cadets’ Executive Director, Rear Adm. Andrew Lennon, joined the cadets in a 60-pushup
Emergency Medical Service Advance Training, held at the RI Navy base in December of 2021
LCDR Franco Pacheco, CO George Washington Division, passed away on 07 Dec 2021.
Aviation Drill Part I – West Point 2nd Aviation Detachment at Stewart International Airport – October 16, 2021 CW3 Kenneth Rudo and SFC Mark Proffitt gave the tour and enlightened cadets on the workings of aviation and the military as a whole. Cadets had the opportunity to learn about combat planes, helicopters, and go inside
Chief Petty Officer Cruz, Juan from the George Washington Division (left), and Chief Petty Officer Roman (right) from the Kyle Carpenter Division attended their Chief Ceremony Promotion. Copiague, NY, October 03, 2021.
September 19, 2021 Drill at the Adventure Park, LI. Cadets tested upper body strength, balance, and lower extremities elasticity by completing the “black diamond”, “Blue” and “Green” trails.