What is the United states cadet corps
The United States Cadet Corps (USCC) is a military style youth program for young people ages 9 to 18 who are interested in developing their skills in leadership, honor, discipline, and life skills
What do cadets learn?
Cadets study a broad range of subjects. Out program is designed to help cadets become better citizens and responsible young adults. The program also includes the study of military history, basic military protocols from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines, providing cadets with an advantage in case they decide to join the armed forces at a later date.
Who instruct the cadets ?
Cadets are instructed by active duty, reserve and retired military personnel, senior cadets and dedicated adult volunteers (21 years of age or older) who make up the United States Cadet Corps Officer Corps.
What do cadets wear ?
Cadets are authorized by the Secretary of Defense to wear military enlisted uniform appropriately marked with the United States Cadet Corps patches and insignias.
What are the Membership Requirements ?
All applicants must be United States citizens or legal residents, have good moral character, no drug free and gang free, physically capable of participating in military oriented training, a full time student with at least "C" (2.0) Grade Point Average. Additionally, they must be committed to attending drills and other activities whenever necessary.