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Weather East Moriches Coast Guard Station

NEXT DRILL IS 19, 20, 21 SEP 14

September's drill will be an overnight seamanship training evolution: Operation FOB 2014 Hamptons NY. preferred arrival time early evening hours of Friday, 19 Sep 14;

WHERE: USCG Station Shinnecock, 100 Foster Avenue Hampton Bays, NY 11946.

EXECUTION: Elements of 034TED and 034GWD will embark on an overnight training evolution with the U.S. Coast Guard at the Shinnecock station. Training will take place all day Saturday and Sunday until approximately 1400 – 1500. Those who arrive on Friday night make sure you eat dinner before you arrive or bring something with you.

Meals will be provided by the USCG and the only cost for this training weekend is the reimbursement to the USCG for food. Personal snacks are authorized, candy and soda are not.

Cadets will be bivouacking (pitching tents) and sleeping outdoors. We generally have cadets who have tents to share so if you do not have a tent don’t worry. Sleeping bags are required; if you do not have a sleeping bag you will have to bring a blanket and pillow.

Pay Your Annual Enrollment Online

You may now pay your annual enrollment using a credit card or PayPal through the TRD ship's store. A $3.00 processing fee applies. If you wish to use this new feature, go to the TRD ship's store on this website and click on the annual enrollment category and follow the instructions. You may still pay by check at the unit or through the mail.


Note, staff volunteers are needed to help support our unit. “Many hands make light work.” If you are able, we need assistance in the following areas: assistant supply, training/academics, female escort, and carpooling. To let us know you want to help click on the blue button at the top of this page that says "I want to help".

The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps of East Moriches Welcomes You!

The U. S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps offers young Americans ages 10-17 a wealth of opportunities. Cadets learn leadership, management, organization and discipline while developing honor, courage, and commitment. The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps helps fulfill that goal by providing critical mentorship, training, and leadership opportunities to young people enabling them to reach their fullest potential. But if you were to ask our cadets why they joined they would simply tell you that it's fun! We are now accepting applications for positions as Navy League Cadets (ages 11 thru 13) Naval Sea Cadets (ages 13 thru 17) and adult leaders to fill various positions (no military background required). Join us on Saturday, 11 Jan 14 to get more information, please sign in above to attend this event.

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