League Cadets are ages 10-13 years old. The older group are officially known as Sea Cadets. These are boys or girls ages 13-17 years old. 

The purpose of our program is to expose children to a new level of responsibility and skills that they would not otherwise have the opportunity to experience. 

​If you ask any of our cadets, we're not just friends, we're family.

Warrior Division Officers​​

LTJG Tony Casteel
​Commanding Officer
Tony Casteel was born and raised in Douglasville, Georgia. After traveling all over the United States he returned to his hometown in 2010. Tony is a former US Navy Sea Cadet who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our division. He has been actively involved with Warrior Division since 2012 and joined the staff as Executive Officer in 2015. His specialties are project management and
keeping cadets motivated to do their best. When not planning, preparing, or interacting with cadets he
enjoys camping, hiking, and visiting historical military locations.
Chief Osborn 
Chief Training Officer
Joe Osborn was born and raised in Grand Junction, Colorado. At the age of 18 he joined the Navy and was sent to Recruit Training Command in San Diego, California. Upon graduating, he reported to NATTC in Millington, Tennessee for specialized training. He then got his first fleet command at VA-95 in Whidbey Island, Washington. His Naval career spanned over 30 years. He served on 4 aircraft carriers, most notably the USS Enterprise, as an Aviation Boatswains Mate Chief Petty Officer. He has had 4 shore commands. He has served in Libya, the Persian Gulf, Somalia and a many more. He now volunteers with the US Naval Sea Cadets, helping the youth of today become the leaders of tomorrow.

What We Do​​

We assist young men and women in developing a sense of pride and positive patriotism. We push them to discover and develop  their own self-reliance, courage, teamwork, and self-confidence. We strive to inspire our cadets to be the best they can be in their, character, morals, and every other aspect of their lives. We encourage cadets to explore and develop a greater interest and skill in seamanship and aviation. We aim to teach an appreciation for Naval traditions, history, and if a cadet were to choose to join the military, their role in our national defense. As well as, the necessary skills and advanced placement for those wishing to start a career in the Navy, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Army, or Merchant Marines.

Who We Are

 The United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps is the only federally-sponsored nationwide youth association within the Department of Defense. It is a  federally chartered 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, sponsored by the Navy League of the United States and supported by the Department of the Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard. The Coast Guard went on to designate the Sea Cadets as their primary youth program. It also offers preliminary training for the US Navy, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Merchant Marine, and provides direct entrance assistance to all the service academies and for Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) candidates.

​Warrior Division is part of the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps. We are sponsored by the Atlanta Metro Navy League Council. Located in Douglasville, Georgia we welcome and support all cadets ages 10-17 to join us. The Navy League Cadet Corps are for youth ages 10,11,12 while those 13-17 are part of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps.

We see diversity as our strength, and this has ensured that we've been an operational unit for more than 12 years. Our team has a great wealth of experience and know that, despite the complexity of the training process, there should be no miscommunication between the unit, the cadet or the parent.  We aim to be clear and easy to understand.

Official support of the USNSCC by the Navy is promulgated in OPNAVINST 5760.5C.
Commander, Naval Recruiting Command is responsible for coordinating the U.S. Navy’s support of the NSCC.
Official support of the USNSCC is outlined in the USCG Public Affairs Manual COMDTINST M5728.2A.