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U.S. NAVAL SEA CADET CORPS

COMMANDING OFFICER TRAINING CONTINGENT

CARIBBEAN REGION TRAINING COMMAND

USCG AIR STATION BORINQUEN

1 Sept 2012


From: Commanding Officer Training Contingent

To: Distribution List

Subject: LETTER OF INSTRUCTION (LOI) FOR THE CONDUCT OF SCUBA DIVE SCHOOL CLASS PR-001 ABOARD USCG AIR STATION BORINQUEN

Ref: (a) USNSCC Regulations (series)

(b) USNSCC Administration Manual (series)

(c) USNSCC Advancement and Training Manual (series)

(d) USNSCC Escort Officers Handbook (series)
Encl: (1) Welcome Letter Cover Sheet

(2) Welcome Letter

(3) Sea Bag List

1. SITUATION.

Cadets and Officers have expressed the need to incorporate new advanced training opportunities to the Caribbean Region as well ,as to provide winter training opportunities, so that cadets can advance in rank at the normal interval and not have to wait an additional time period. It has been presented previously that there is an overwhelming interest in conducting a SCUBA Certification training.




2. MISSION.
a.) General. To provide basic indoctrination to Cadets in the fundamentals of safely utilizing the Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, better known as (SCUBA) equipment. Cadets will complete the PADI Open Water Diver certification and be awarded there diving license by certified PADI diving instructors. This program is designed to provide the basic knowledge required for diving. This program certifies divers to use basic open circuit diving equipment to 60 fsw (21msw). Cadets will learn fundamentals of scuba diving, including dive equipment and techniques.
Subject: LETTER OF INSTRUCTION (LOI) FOR THE CONDUCT OF SCUBA DIVE SCHOOL CLASS PR-01 ABOARD USCG AIR STATION BORINQUEN

b.) Commanders Intent. It is my intent to provide the best quality of training at the most economical and practical method available. In accordance with the following:

• To provide training in a specific subject(s) for those Cadets attending training.
• To provide professional training to NSCC Officers and NSCC Cadets so as to allow them the opportunity to utilize their abilities in a supervised military environment.
• To promote the highest level of training that is consistent with NLCC/NSCC National Goals with an atmosphere of respect, support, and esprit de corps.
b.) End State. To have successfully certified 16 NSCC personnel with the Open Water SCUBA Certification and provided them with an Advanced Training opportunity that will allow them to advance in rank and experience.

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3. EXECUTION.


a. Concept of Operations. Our training site will be at USCG Air Station Borinquen, Aguadilla, PR. This is an active duty U.S. Coast Guard base with all the facilities and amenities for quality training. We will be using our classroom facilities on base. Regular bathroom and shower facilities are available. No laundry facilities. We will be using the CECADER facilities for Billeting. Safety is our #1 priority. The success of this evolution depends on the safety of all personnel. This will be accomplished by the following methods:
b. Tasks.
REPORTING PROCEDURES: You should report on Saturday 29 December 2012 at 0900 for SCUBA Dive School Advanced Training, at CECADER in front of the USCG Air Station Borinquen, housing area main gate.
The reporting Uniform will be Camuflage Utility Uniform .
Unauthorized earrings, necklaces and other jewelry other than watches and identification tags should be left at home. Upon arrival, Participant Selectees are expected to have the following items in their possession:

  • Service Record

  • Copy of orders

  • Current ID card – According to NSCC regulations, ALL NSCC personnel MUST have a current ID card to participate in ANY activity.

  • All required items on Sea bag List.

INDIVIDUALS SHOULD CARRY THEIR OWN SERVICE JACKETS.

Subject: LETTER OF INSTRUCTION (LOI) FOR THE CONDUCT OF SCUBA DIVE SCHOOL CLASS PR-01 ABOARD USCG AIR STATION BORINQUEN
c. Coordinating Instructions.
Arrival without one or more of the above listed required items may result in an IMMEDIATE RETURN TRIP HOME AT THE EXPENSE OF THE PARTICIPANT SELECTEE’S FAMILY OR HOME UNIT. Everyone should ensure they have all of the required equipment three times. The first is at home, prior to leaving for the training. The second is at the vehicle, before departing for the training. The third at the gate before the person dropping you off leaves you at the training.
Once checked in, all Students will be expected to make a short phone call home, informing their family they have arrived safely. Because of the limited number of telephones and the number of Participant Selectees attending the training, the phone calls will be limited to 5 minutes. ALL PARTICIPANT SELECTEES WILL CALL HOME unless parents have dropped them off for the training. Participants bringing cell phones to training will be able to call home using their cell phone. Participants needing to use the pay phones in the muster area or the PHIBOPS AO will have to use a calling card, or call collect. NO CALLS WILL BE MADE ON THE TELEPHONE LOCATED ON THE QUARTERDECK. After the call, Students will be required to surrender the cell phone without the battery until they have earned liberty. At that time, the cell phone will be returned to the Student.
The shakedown inspection will look for any items that appear on the “Do Not Bring” list. Any contraband will be collected, tagged and returned at the end of the training evolution. We will supply you with any weapon that we intend you to use. Bringing knives, lighters, weapons of any kind, or fireworks may result in a return trip home at the expense of the Participant Selectee’s family or home unit.

On Training Day One, Students will have the SCUBA Dive School Physical Fitness Assessment administered. All Students must be able to pass the minimums as well as be a 3rd Class Swimmer. Participants will be tested on these requirements on the first full day of training. Those failing to meet the minimum requirements will be returned home at the expense of the participant’s family or home unit. There will be no negotiation or discussion on this point. This is for the safety of the cadet. SCUBA training requires you to be in peek physical conditioning, NO EXCUSES.


Check-out Procedures
Participants should make arrangements to depart on 5 January 2013, no later than 1200 hours, if at all possible. Participants departing by POV may be picked up any time after 1100 hours.

Subject: LETTER OF INSTRUCTION (LOI) FOR THE CONDUCT OF SCUBA DIVE SCHOOL CLASS PR-01 ABOARD USCG AIR STATION BORINQUEN




CADET PREPARATION: All cadets need to understand that this is a physically strenuous TRAINING evolution. They are participating to learn about Diving Operations. Each individual must prepare both physically and mentally to complete this training. To prepare, each person should:
• Do physical training. Push-ups, sit-ups, and running are a good way to start. Physical training is included in the cadet-training curriculum.
• Pack their own seabag. This will help in knowing what has been brought to training. Each cadet will be 100% responsible for their own belongings.


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