- Cadets must complete their practical requirements (Coursework) in order to advance in the Navy League Cadet Corps.
- Click on the questions link for the course you are currently enrolled in.
- Print the questions so you have them in front of you.
- Click on the title of the course you are currently enrolled in to open course.
- Read each section and answer the questions related to that section that you printed out. It will match the questions in the course you have open.
- Circle your answers on question page you printed out.
- When you are finished with a lesson or multiple lessons, you can submit them online using the “Polaris” link with your ID Login to Quarterdeck link below .
- Keep your question sheets with your answers to study for the exam that will be administered at your unit drill.
- If you have questions, contact the Training Officer(TO) – LCDR I. Ermoshkin via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not submit next coursework until you have passed the current coursework written exam at drill.
|PART I – NLCC Apprentice Cadet||PART II NLCC Able Cadets|
|PART I: NLCC APPRENTICE CADET |
OBJECTIVE: ORIENTATION & INTEGRATION INTO UNIT
NSCC/NLCC Organization and Chain of Command
Health and Personal Hygiene
NSCC Officer Ranks and NLCC Cadet Rates
Basic Military Drill (without arms)
Basic Marching and Drill
Questions to answer for Apprentice Cadet
OBJECTIVE: INTRODUCTION TO THE NAVY
Navy Traditions and Heroes – The Beginning Navy Traditions and Heroes – Revolution through Tripolitan Wars
Self-Discipline and the Corps Watchstanding / Quarterdeck Procedure
Ship Construction and Nomenclature
Navy and Coast Guard Ships
Navy and Coast Guard Aircraft
Marlinespike Seamanship – Knots
Swimming Safety Rules
Questions to answer for Able Cadet
|PART III: NLCC PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS|
OBJECTIVE: DEVELOPING PERSONAL & MILITARY LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Navy Traditions and Heroes – War of 1812 to the Civil WarNavy Traditions and Heroes – The Civil WarCore ValuesDeveloping Petty Officer Leadership SkillsCommand Presence – Marching and Drill InstructionMarlinspike Seamanship – SplicesFirst Aid – Breathing, Bleeding and ShockFirst Aid – Fractures and SplintsService to the UnitQuestions to answer for Petty Officer 3rd Class
|PART IV: NLCC PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS|
OBJECTIVE: OBJECTIVE: PRACTICING LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Navy Traditions and Heroes – The Spanish American WarNavy Traditions and Heroes – World War INavy Traditions and Heroes – World War IIPetty Officer Military and Administrative DutiesNavy and Coast Guard Small CraftDecks and CompartmentsLookout Reports – Relative BearingsAids to Navigation, Rules of the RoadFirst Aid – Burns, Heat Stroke, Heat Exhaustion and Electrical ShockQuestions to answer for Petty Officer 2nd Class
|PART V: NLCC PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS|
OBJECTIVE: PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
Navy Traditions and Heroes – 1950 to 1990Navy Traditions and Heroes – Astronauts and the Space ProgramAdvanced Leadership – The 10 Commandments of LeadershipCompasses and BearingsCommunity ServiceNautical Charts and PilotingMorse Code/Phonetic AlphabetSignal Flags, Pennants and SemaphoreFirst Aid – Swimmer RescueNavy Career Opportunities, Setting GoalsQuestions to answer for Petty Officer 1st Class
|Basic Military Requirements (BMR)|
NAVEDTRA 14325 Complete Manual
BMR Assignment 1BMR Assignment 2BMR Assignment 3BMR Assignment 4BMR Assignment 5BMR Assignment 6BMR Assignment 7BMR Assignment 8BMR Assignment 9BMR Assignment 10BMR Assignment 11BMR Assignment 12BMR Assignment 13BMR Assignment 14BMR Assignment 15Answer SheetBMR for NLCC PO1 who wish to be considered for SLPO