KidsPost and the Nature Conservancy Sponsor Conservation Essay Contest
League Cadet Muralidhar won first place in the Washington Posts essay contest sponsored by The Nature Conservancy.
The contest required answers to the question "What have you done to keep our water clean?" The nearly 200 entries received from Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia ares includes creative and committed suggestions ... (Full Story & Photos)
47 Navy Sea Cadets and Naval League Cadets from the H. E. Mooberry Division went to the the “Joint Services 9/11 A Day of Remembrance” event that was organized for military members to help restore the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
Instructor Rachel Kibbe; Cadet Camden Coleman, September 15
The U.S Navy Sea Cadet Corp (USNSCC) H.E. Mooberry Division volunteered Saturday, September 14, at the Congressional Cemetery. Forty-seven Sea Cadets and Naval League Cadets joined better than 300 other volunteers in the “Joint Services 9/11 A Day of Remembrance” event that was organized for military members to help restore the Congressional Cemetery.
Welcome to the Official Website for the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps Henry E. Mooberry Division. The Sea Cadets is a youth development program, established by Congress at the request of the U.S. Navy. The Mooberry Division is the flagship unit of the Sea Cadets, founded in 1962. So 2012 marks the 50th Anniversary of the unit as well as the Corps itself!
Picture this: It's spring break and you're headed to Florida. In a few hours, you will be fully immersed in a stress-free zone fully equipped with sand between your toes, good food, and plenty of time to tan by the pool. The seagulls will be looming over you, all while squawking their annoying calls, but that's the biggest of your troubles because, ... (Full Story & Photos)
By U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps Henry E. Mooberry Division Public Affairs
WASHINGTON – The members of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) Henry E. Mooberry Division Honor Guard were recently recognized aboard USS Barry (DD 933) as the area's best non-active duty Honor Guard.
Judges in the City of Hyattsville, Md. declared the Sea Cadet unit's Honor Guard better than all band, school, civic organization ... (Full Story & Photos)
Cadets Anthonly Stephens, Kristine Plata, Rodney Thomas and Sean Thomas, left to right, members of the award winning Color Set of the unit’s Honor Guard enjoy a free moment before the start of the Hyattsville, Md. 124th Anniversary Parade. (USNSCC Photo/Released)
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