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1 Understanding Your Role in the Cadet Corps FL-20082
CORPS PHILOSOPHY EARLY IS ON TIME, ON TIME IS LATE AND LATE IS UNACCEPTABLE

2 Quick Links C/ Airman C/ Airman First Class C/ Senior Airman
C/ Staff Sergeant C/ Technical Sergeant C/ Master Sergeant C/ Senior Master Sergeant C/ Chief Master Sergeant C/ Officer Note: This PowerPoint offers interactive hyperlinks to target individual help points. Please click the hyperlinks to get the full effect of this PowerPoint.

3 Cadet Airman Nine weeks as a cadet Airman Basic.
An 80% in Aerospace Science and Leadership. Zero detentions in AFJROTC 2 hours of AFJROTC community service/extra-curricular activities time on record for the year. 100% on rank identification sample test. Perform facing movements properly. Pledge, understand and write the Cadet Honor Code, Mission, & Core Values.

4 Cadet Airman First Class
Nine weeks as a cadet Airman. An 80% in Aerospace & Leadership. Zero detentions in AFJROTC 4 hours of AFJROTC community service/extra-curricular activities time on record for the year. Identify rank insignias. Know the chain of command Know how to report properly. Maintain at least a GPA of 2.0 in all courses.

5 Cadet Senior Airman Nine weeks as a Cadet Airman First Class.
Zero detentions in AFJROTC An 80% in Aerospace Science & Leadership. 6 hours of AFJROTC community service/extra-curricular activities time on record for the year. Give proper facing and marching commands to another cadet. Demonstrate appropriate reporting procedures. Maintain at least a GPA of 2.0 in all courses.

6 Cadet Staff Sergeant One semester as a Cadet Senior Airman.
An 85% in Aerospace Science & Leadership. Zero detentions in school. 8 hours of AFJROTC community service/extra-curricular activities time on record for the year. Drill a flight properly with notes (sample of 30 commands of drill) Maintain at least a GPA of 2.5 in all courses.

7 Cadet Technical Sergeant
One semester as a cadet Staff Sergeant. An 86% in Aerospace Science & Leadership. 10 hours of AFJROTC community service/extra-curricular activities time on record for the year. Perform open ranks inspection of a flight. Maintain at least a GPA of 2.5 in all courses.

8 Top Three On the basis of Merit
Recommendation by either the Cadet Group Commander, CCC, ASI, or SASI. Review by the Cadet Evaluation/Promotion Board. Maintaining an 85% average in AFJROTC and a overall 3.0 GPA. Zero detentions in school. Demonstrate the ability to lead a group in the 30 commands of drill with no notes

9 Cadet Officer On the Basis of Merit
Recommendation by either the Group Corps Commander, SEA, ASI, or SASI. Review by the Cadet Evaluation/Promotion Board. Maintaining an 80% average in AFJROTC with a 3.0 overall GPA. Maintain at least a GPA of 3.0 Demonstrate the ability to lead a group in the 30 Commands

10 AFJROTC Community Service Hours
Includes all volunteer, fundraiser, and club participation in relation to SCHS AFJROTC Help? Get off the couch and get involved!

11 I will not lie, cheat, or steal nor will I tolerate those who do.
Cadet Honor Code I will not lie, cheat, or steal nor will I tolerate those who do.

12 AFJROTC Mission To develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.

13 Integrity First Service Before Self Excellence in All We Do
Air Force Core Values Integrity First Service Before Self Excellence in All We Do

14 Building better citizens for America
AFJROTC Motto Building better citizens for America

15 Ranks While there is a huge difference between cadet and active duty ranks, the ranks are in the same order and the enlisted ranks look almost identical. But the key to telling them apart is the center insignia: Active Duty Rank Cadet Rank Star Torch Continue to the next page…

16 Cadet Ranks Officer Ranks Enlisted Ranks No insignia
Cadet Second Lieutenant C/2Lt One little Stripe Cadet First C/1Lt Two little Cadet Captain C/Capt Three little Cadet Major C/Maj One Fat Stripe Cadet Lieutenant Colonel C/LtCol One Fat, one little Cadet Colonel C/Col One fat, two little Enlisted Ranks Cadet Airman Basic C/AB C/Amn First Class C/A1C Cadet Senior Airman C/SrA Cadet Staff Sergeant C/SSgt Cadet Technical C/TSgt Cadet Master C/MSgt Master Sergeant C/SMSgt Cadet Chief C/CMSgt No insignia Continue to the next page…

17 Active Duty Ranks Officer Ranks * * * * ** ** ** ** Enlisted Ranks
Gold Gold 2LT – Second Lieutenant silver 1LT – First Lieutenant Capt - Captain Maj - Major * silver ** ** Brig Gen- Brigadier General Maj Gen– Major General Lt Col – Lieutenant Colonel Col - Colonel ** ** Lt Gen– Lieutenant General Gen - General *Remember: Silver is Senior **Remember: Be My Little General Enlisted Ranks No insignia AB – Airman Basic Amn – Airman A1C – Airman First Class SrA – Senior Airman SSgt – Staff Sergeant TSgt – Tech Sergeant MSgt – Master Sergeant SMSgt – Senior CMSgt – Chief Master Sergeant CMSAF – Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force

18 Chain of Command Definition: The chain of command from top to bottom
Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces: The Honorable Barack Obama Secretary of Defense: The Honorable Charles Hagel Secretary of the Air Force: The Honorable Deborah L. James Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Army General Martin E. Dempsey Air Force Chief of Staff General Mark A. Welsh III Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force: CMSAF James A. Cody Air Education Training Command (AETC) Commander: General Edward A. Rice Jr. Air University (AU) Commander: Lt. Gen David S. Fadok  Holm Center Commander: Brigadier General Robert D. Thomas AFJROTC/Director: Colonel Cameron L. Gilbert SASI: Colonel Richard Kniseley  Corps Commander (CC): C/ Lt. Col. Britany Flanagan Squadron ___ Commander:________________________ Flight ___ Commander:________________________ Element ___ Leader:________________________ Definition: The chain of command from top to bottom REMEMBER TITLES! This chart is for SCHS Corps Chain of Command taken from <http://www.afoats.af.mil/>

19 Reporting In Knock once and Wait to be acknowledged
When acknowledged enter room and take most direct route to highest officer or officer in charge, squaring the corners. Salute and say: Sir/Ma’am, (Name and Rank) reporting Add ‘as ordered’ if you were called Sir/Ma’am, (name and rank) reporting as ordered. Continue to the next page for Reporting Out…

20 Reporting Out When Dismissed- Salute
Take the most direct route out, squaring the corners. Return to C/A1C Return to C/SrA

21 Drill Tips Absolutes! Parade Rest *must* be followed by Attention
Present Arms *must* be followed by Order Arms At Ease *must* be followed by Attention Dress Right Dress and Open Ranks *Must* be followed by Ready Front During Dress Right Dress, *always* have element leaders to the extreme right. *Never* talk during the positions of Attention, Parade Rest, or At Ease

22 Drill Commanding Tips Project your voice
Go over what you are going to do before hand in your head Know your stuff And finally…. RELAX! Everyone makes mistakes- just learn from them and we won’t have a problem. If you’re too afraid of messing up, you probably will. Command Voice Tips

23 Command Voice Characteristics
Loudness: The volume used in giving commands Projection: The ability of your voice to reach whatever distance is desired without undue strain Distinctness: Clear enunciation Inflection: The change in pitch of the voice Snap: The extra voice quality that demands immediate response - expresses confidence and control

24 30 Step Drill Routine See here for commanding Tips Fall in
Open Ranks March Ready Front Close Ranks March Present Arms Order Arms Parade Rest Attention Left Face About Face Forward March Right Flank (R foot) Left Flank (L foot) Column Right (R foot) Forward March (L foot) 16. To the Rear (R foot) 17.To the rear (R foot) 18. Column Right (R foot) 19. Forward March (L foot) 20.Eyes Right (R foot) 21. Ready Front (L foot) 22. Column Right (R foot) 23. Forward March (L foot) 24. Change Step March (R ft) 25. Column Right (R foot) 26. Forward march (L foot) 27. Flight Halt (L foot) 28. Left Face 29. Right step March 30. Flight Halt (feet together)


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