Dealey Divsion's Annual Inspection will be held on 11 March 2024 at the Stamford Yacht Club. See below section on how to prepare.
How to Prepare
Cadets will be prepared to a Dress Blue uniform inspection. See our uniform webpage for any questions. Cadets will also be responsible to knowledge questions such as the 11 General Orders of a Sentry, Oath and Core Values.
Parents should check quarterdeck to ensure that all medical forms have been properly filled out and that profile information such as phone numbers, addresses, email addresses and emergency contact is up to date. Most of this information is verified on Quarterdeck. Physical Copies of the Medical Exam are required in the paper service record.
See below for requirements. Additionally the following is required:
NSCADM 001 (PAGES 3 AND 4 ONLY) - REPORT OF MEDICAL HISTORY
Report of Medical History (Page 3 and 4). The Report of Medical History is to be completed by a parent or guardian, and shall be used to disclose all medical conditions, mental health conditions, hospitalizations or institutionalizations, allergies, and immunizations.
Report of Medical Examination (Page 5 and 6). Prior to enrollment, and no less frequently than once per annual enrollment period, all cadet applicants must receive a physical examination (sports-type) and report the results to their Unit CO. This examination is to be conducted by a physician, physician’s assistant, or nurse practitioner. The Report of Medical Examination form will be used to record the results of this exam. A form from the provider’s office cannot be substituted for the Report of Medical Examination form because other forms may not record all of the information required, and the Report of Medical Examination form contains all required medical information in a format familiar to any first-responding USNSCC personnel. The evaluating clinician should note any reason why the applicant may not fully meet the enrollment criteria.
The Report of Medical Examination with a medical provider’s endorsement must be updated:
NSCADM 001 PAGES (7 AND 8 ONLY) - REPORT OF MEDICAL HISTORY SUPPLEMENTAL
Medical History Supplemental (Pages 7 and 8). Prior to enrollment, cadet applicants who may require regular administration of any prescription or non- prescription medication during unit drills must submit a completed Medical History Supplemental. This form includes information about the medications, their dosing, instructions for administration, side effects, contraindications, and consequences of missing a dose. For over-the-counter medications, the form need only be signed by a parent or legal guardian and the unit Commanding Officer. For prescription medications, the form must also be signed by the prescribing medical provider. Cadets who do not require medications shall submit the Medical History Supplemental form signed by a parent or guardian upon enrollment, with “N/A” written across the front.
The Medical History Supplemental must be updated: