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March Break Trip

Each year 50 cadets are selected to attend the squadron march break trip. Selection is based on multiple criteria including: attendance, participation, and fundraising efforts.

2018 – Washington, DC

Our cadets visited the National Mall, Smithsonian, Arlington National Cemetery, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, and the National Air and Space Museum at Dulles International Airport.

2017 – Norfolk, VA

Our cadets visited Naval Station Norfolk in Norfolk, VA, where they participated in US Navy training on damage control aboard the USS Buttercup. This US Navy base is the largest naval complex in the world. They also visited the NASA Langley Visitor Centre at the Virginia Air and Space Center and the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

2016 – New York, NY

Our cadets visited the Big Apple. Highlights included the 9/11 memorial museum, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space museum, haggling in China Town, and views from the Top of the Rock and the Empire State Building.

2015 – Chicago, IL

Our cadets visited the Windy City. Highlights included Millennium Park, Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planeterium, and a visit to the top of the Willis (Sears) Tower – the 2nd tallest building in North America.

2014 – Washington, DC & Annapolis, MD

Our cadets visited the Smithsonian, the Pentagon, Arlington National Cemetery, the US Naval Academy, and much more.

2013 – Boston, MA

Our cadets visited the USS Constitution, the world’s oldest commissioned naval vessel that is still in use, as well visiting Harvard University and the location of the Salem Witch Trials.

2012 – Norfolk, VA

Our cadets visited Naval Station Norfolk in Norfolk, VA. This US Navy base is the largest naval complex in the world. They also visited Marine Corps Base Quantico and the National Museum of the Marine Corps.