Video Recap: Navy League Sea Cadets participate in December 7 events to honor veterans

The US Naval Sea Cadet Corps, comprised of the RD Stethem and USS Missouri Battalions, participated in various events on Pearl Harbor Day from escorting Pearl Harbor survivors, tolling the Bells for those who lost their lives that fateful day, to to marching in the parade in Waikiki the evening of December 7.

We are so proud of The Sea Cadets and all the work they did in celebration and support of this very special day. Please watch this great video recap of the festivities on December 7 produced by Alicia Gavin, Director of Communications,  United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps.

About the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps: The Navy League cadet programs are for young people ages 10 through 18. Cadets perform a variety of types of community service, and learn the virtues of good citizenship and strong moral principles. Cadets are not influenced to join the armed services but will enter the adult world having been taught the fundamentals of citizenship and the value of being responsible and productive members of their community.