U.S. NAVAL SEA CADET CORPS
HUDSON VALLEY SQUADRON, NSCC
23 FEB 2019 – Plan of the Day
LTJG Arnold Tooma, NSCC
Commanding Officer, Hudson Valley Squadron and Training Ship WIRE
ENS George Albertson, NSCC
Executive Officer, Hudson Valley Squadron
Uniform of the Day
Officers: Dress Blues
Instructors: Alternative Sea Cadet Uniform/Proper Civilian Attire
Sea Cadets: Dress Blues
League Cadets: Salt & Peppers
451 A Little Britain Road
Newburgh, New York
(DO NOT send mail to this address)
All hands are responsible for reading and understanding the plan of the day, which contains both official and unofficial matter. All personnel are responsible for having knowledge of its contents and for obeying any orders contained herein. All orders will be considered as issued by the Commanding Officer.
0745 Staff/Cadet Command Report (Officers, CPOs, LPO, ALPO, CGC & MAA)
0815 Cadets Arrive and Report
0830 Pre-unit Inspection Review
1120 Officers and Instructors take positions
1130 CPO leads unit into position and the cadets march into drill hall
1140 Hudson Valley Squadron and Training Ship Wire Report
1145 Welcome from Operations Officer
1150 Welcome Official Party – and inspection team
1155 National Anthem and Post Colors
1210 Begin Inspection – Lead by Regional Director, LCDR Joseph Metchick
1230 CO Comments
1240 Regional Director Comments
1250 Guest Speaker
1300 Official Party Depart
1310 Cadets Depart
1315 Congratulations Hudson Valley Squadron and Training Ship Wire Cadets – Parents and cadets meet in dill hall.
1330 Lunch – Complements of the Hudson Valley Squadron Parents Auxiliary
1500 Secure from Drill
The term muster means the process or event of accounting for members in a military unit. This practice of inspections led to the coining of the English idiom pass muster, meaning being sufficient. When a unit is created, it is “mustered in” and when it is disbanded, it is “mustered out”.
All cadets attending NSCC Recruit Training (RT) must complete their BMR prior to attending Recruiter Training.
Cadets that complete their entire BMR prior to RT will be promoted to E-2 upon successful completion and graduation of RT.
Seaman & Airman Manuals:
Cadets that elect to complete the Seaman Manual will be a Seaman. Cadets that elect to complete the Airman Manual will be an Airman.
All cadets are to have their NSCC ID Cards with them at all times.
Each cadet is responsible for notifying their chain of command if they are unable to attend a drill. Authorized absences will be given for school, work or family conflicts. By not notifying your chain of command you will receive an unauthorized absence.
All hands are to bring a bag lunch with beverage, PT gear, towel, military courses, water bottle, pen and notebook to drill. Cadets not having these items may be required to buy them at their own expense.
Cadets are reminded that talking, skylarking (horseplay), hazing or other disturbances will not be tolerated. Any cadet found violating this policy will be given Extra Military Instruction (EMI) or sent home depending on the frequency and/or severity of the disturbance.
Any cadet who is taking prescription drugs must check in with the medical officer. Your medication will be locked up in a secure area. Cadets will not be allowed to give themselves any type of medication. There must be clear information on your medication container:
1) Clear instructions and in original container
2) Correct label with cadet’s name on it.
3) Exact dosage and times when to be administered
LTJG Arnold Tooma, NSCC
Hudson Valley Squadron