Since its inception in 1962, the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps cadets and uniformed Officers/Instructors have had the honor of wearing properly modified U.S Navy uniforms.
You must wear them with pride and dignity at all times!
What you do in uniform and how you wear them directly reflects on the
Navy and US Naval Sea Cadet Corps, and Thomas R. Norris Battalion.
These uniforms are the property of Thomas R. Norris Battalion, and are on loan to you. You do not own them. When you leave the program, you need to return them.
You see Cadets and Officers from other units, photos on the internet, there is only on true guide on how to wear the uniform, and where the flashes, name tapes/tags, and other insignia go. Were is that?
NSCC Uniform Manual
Although you should always go to the Uniform
Regulations to see how to wear or properly mark you uniforms, here are a
few quick illustrations as a quick-check on your uniform markings.
NWUs with NSCC Flashes and tapes:
All NWU covers need to have a cap flash on them:
Dress whites for Sea Cadets have specific flashes and placement:
And for League Cadets (normally on short sleeve shirts):