NLCC Training, Other (LX-AZ-1901)
6/21/2019 12:00:00 AM  -  6/28/2019 12:00:00 AM
COTC/POC: John Bacon    |    (928) 581-8063    |    co.088yeg@seacadets.org
Mailing Address: 8682 E. 24th Place  Yuma, AZ 85365-9062 USA

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Event Details
Training Category: NLCC Training
Training Subject: NLCC Training, Other
COTC: John Bacon
POC: John Bacon
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Training Location: Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Yuma, AZ
Registration Period: 3/27/2019 9:00:00 AM - 5/21/2019 12:00:00 AM
Training Dates: 6/21/2019 12:00:00 AM - 6/28/2019 12:00:00 AM
Cadet Cost: 230
Adult Cost: 0.0000
Max Male Cadets: 2
Max Female Cadets: 1
Req Male Staff Cadets: 0
Req Female Staff Cadets: 0
Max Male Adults: 0
Max Female Adults: 0
Req Male Escorts: 2
Req Female Escorts: 1
Event Description: PADI Basic Open Water Scuba
Event Notes: This is an 8-day 7-night training for PADI certified basic open water Scuba dive. The training will be held at Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma, Arizona. The cadets will arrive on June 21st to MCAS Yuma, building 1178 where they will check in, get their barracks and eat dinner at the Mess Hall. June 22nd through June 25th cadets will get up have breakfast, and depart for Arizona Western College where they will have an interactive class from 0800-1200. From 1200-1300 will be Chow and change over to swim gear. Running from 1300-1600 will be full gear pool instruction with time given at the end of each day for cadets to practice with the dive gear and hone their new skills. Cadets will then be shuttled back to MCAS for evening chow, homework, showers and free time in the evening. On June 26th, the cadets will disembark from MCAS at 0500 and travel to Mission Point, Mission Bay, CA, where they will have 2 separate instructional dives on the 26th. On the 27th after breakfast, the cadets will return to Mission Point for their final certification dives. On the evening of the 27th, the cadets will return to MCAS Yuma and stay in the barracks. On the 28th cadets will pack up and return to building 1178 for certification, photos and to receive their service jackets. We will have a small graduation ceremony on the main parade field of MCAS at 1130, followed by dismissal. Cadets will have dinner on the 21st, breakfast lunch and dinner the 22-27, and will have breakfast on the morning of the 28th. Cadets will also be given health snacks through-out the day. Training hours are 0530-1830, followed by free time to take showers and do their homework. Please note that the cadets will need to do their course work and turn their work in daily to the Training Officer. This course requires coursework, tests, and practical application to complete and become certified. Once the cadet has registered and paid the deposit, every cadet will need to send us their sizes so we can obtain the wet suits, gloves and all additional gear to fit your cadet. Yuma has an average daily temperature during the summer months of 115 so please be prepared.
Lodging Notes: While aboard MCAS, Cadets will be staying in the barracks. Three cadets to a room each with their own rack and wall locker. There are approximately five rooms to a quad. The quad will share a single head with multiple showers. Males and Females will be on separate decks and an adult Staff member of the same sex will be in the squad leader room of the quad with their own head separate from the cadets. While on MCAS, cadets will be in their rooms by 2100 each night and lights out by 2200, except the evening of the 25th cadets will be in their rooms by 2015, as we will need to be up by 0400 on the 26th. The night of the 26th, cadets and staff will be staying aboard Naval Air Station North Island, on the beach at the Navy Lodge, where there will be four cadets of the same sex per room. The evening of the 27th, the cadets will return to MCAS Yuma and stay in the barracks once again.
Travel Notes: Yuma is located on the south-west corner of Arizona. It is approximately 3.5 hours from both San Diego, California and Phoenix, Arizona. Yuma is home to Yuma International Airport that receives travelers directly from Phoenix AZ, Los Angeles CA, and Dallas, TX. The Air Station shares the runway with the Airport therefore cadet pick up and drop off at the airport will not be a problem. Cadets flying into Yuma International Airport will need to secure flights that arrive on June 21st. If Cadets are flying in, we need to be aware ahead of their flight number and time of their flight arrival so transportation can be accommodated. Return flights should be scheduled leaving Yuma International Airport no earlier than 1300, and no later than 1500 on 28Jun19.

Min Cadet Rank: ABC/LC3
Min Cadet Age: 11
Min Leadership Academy: NLCC Orientation, Basic
Min Swim Qualification : Third Class Swimmer
Physical Readiness Test (PRT): Must have passing PRT in last 6 months
Medical History Form : Must have a current Medical History Form signed within 30 days of Event Start Date
Req. Correspondence Courses : NLCC Apprentice Cadet (NLCC Syllabus - Part One)
NLCC Able Cadet (NLCC Syllabus - Part Two)

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