Re: SEA EXPLORER ADVANCED LEADERSHIP TRAINING 97 -Reply
Eric Kozowski (email@example.com)
Wed, 12 Feb 1997 15:09:47 -0800 (PST)
>I am a Quartermaster Sea Scout ('66) and a current squadron
>commodore, so I fully appreciate and encourage advanced leadership
>training for Sea Scouts. I am however also a combat veteran SEAL with
>27 years service active and reserve. Would it be possible to come up
>with another name for this training? This one is unfortunate, derivative,
>and borders on deceptive advertising. I know this is all very innocent but
>it really has caused confusion among my Sea Scouts.
I'd just like to add that when I first heard about the program a year or so
ago, I was confused, too. Reading the flier cleared up the confusion.
>Sea Scouting is worthwhile in its own right and doesn't have to mimic
>any other program. Why not name it after CDR Keane or give it an
>inspiration acronym? .
That is probably not a bad idea. It would keep everyone from getting the
wrong initial impression of the Sea Explorer Adv. Leadership Training
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