Palm Beach to Iwo Jima Division Name Change & New Crest Aug 2018
As you are aware, our Sea Cadet unit has changed its name to the Iwo Jima (LHD 7) Division in honor of the USS Iwo Jima LHD 7, homeport Mayport Naval Station.
2018 Sea Cadet Presentation
Leadership from both the Palm Beach Sea Cadet and the American Veteran Sea Cadet units gave an inspiring presentation to the Navy League members. The presentation was given during a membership luncheon at Chesterfield Hotel on February 8th. Please view their slide show here:
Our New Sea Cadet Chief Petty Officer Cadet CPO Alina Montenegro
Palm Beach Naval Sea Cadet Alina Montenegro completed the rigorous
requirements for advancement to Cadet Chief Petty Officer and was
“frocked” into her new position by serving Chief Petty Officers at NOSC
West Palm Beach.
AmVets Sea Cadets – Change of Command at NOSC-WPB – June 30, 2015
NOSC Headquarters was the place to be on TUesday, June 30 as over 75 Sea Cadets, family members, dignitaries and guests gathered to witnesss the Change of Command ceremonies for our council-sponsored AmVets Division of the Naval Sea Cadets Corps.
Youth Recognition Dinner – Bear Lakes Country Club
Top performers from the four council-sponsored Sea Service youth groups were recognized at an elegant dinner and awards ceremony on April 11th at Bear Lakes Country Club.
Change of Command Sea Cadets – Palm Beach Division
Palm Beach Division of Sea Cadets held a Change of Command ceremony at Berean Christian School on Dec 20th.
Sea Cadets Awards & Inspection – January 24, 2014
The Palm Beach Division of Sea Cadets held their annual awards luncheon and inspection at Berean Academy on Saturday, 24 January. The cadets were all prepared for inspection and many received their 2013 training and service awards.
Petty Officer Leadership Academy For Sea Cadets – January 4, 2014
Palm Beach Council’s Deirdre Krause organized and executed a week-long Advanced Training course for 28 senior U.S. Naval Sea Cadets over the holidays.
Naval Sea Cadet Corps – Palm Beach Division
Since 1958 the Naval Sea Cadet Corps have been supported by the Navy League of the United States and has been committed to providing American youth with a drug and alcohol free environment to foster their leadership abilities, broaden their horizons through hands-on training and guide them to becoming mature young adults.
Sub Veterans participate with Palm Beach Sea Cadet Corps
(This article was submitted by sub vets of South Florida to their national journal)
Palm Beach Council President Ken Lee and one of this Submarine Veteran shipmate were guests of the Palm Beach Sea Cadets Corps at their weekend drill on Sunday, 23 January. Captain Ken Lee (Ret) and Master Chief Petty Officer George Hoyt (Ret) provided an overview of our U.S. Submarine Force and of life aboard a modern nuclear submarine.