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Customs, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect Ref: Ch 1, Lessons 3 + 4 Leadership Education I Textbook.

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1 Customs, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect Ref: Ch 1, Lessons Leadership Education I Textbook

2 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 3, Chapter 1, Customs and Courtesies for Air Force Junior ROTC 2 What taboos are part of military traditions? Leaning or flopping against a senior’s desk Inappropriate conduct while in uniform "Bootlicking," or courting favor with a superior

3 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 3, Chapter 1, Customs and Courtesies for Air Force Junior ROTC 3 What taboos are part of military traditions? (cont’d) Calling a commander “Old Man” or “Old Lady” in the commander’s presence Engaging in gossip Engaging in vulgar conduct and using vulgar language

4 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 3, Chapter 1, Customs and Courtesies for Air Force Junior ROTC 4 What is the difference between dining-in and dining-out? Dining-in—a formal dinner for members of the military only Dining-out—a formal dinner to which non- military guests are invited

5 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 5 What are the characteristics of attitude? Attitude—a state of mind behind most individual’s actions; can be positive or negative Attitude is catching. Attitude & Effort – 2 things only you can control.

6 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 6 What is the role of attitude in the Air Force? Positive attitude is especially important for leaders. Those under you will reflect your attitude.

7 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 7 What is the role of discipline in the Air Force? Military discipline is a mental attitude and state of training. – Discipline renders innate obedience and proper conduct under all conditions. The basic function of the military is to protect the country. – Success requires highly disciplined members.

8 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 8 What is the role of discipline in the Air Force? (cont’d) Drill training was once necessary as preparation for musket warfare. Close order drill is still useful in the military. – Teaches the basic principles of discipline, leadership, and teamwork

9 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 9 What is the role of discipline in the AFJROTC? How AFJROTC requirements provide basic military training – Teach cadets to act in UNISON – all together at the same time – Teach cadets to respond instantly to words or commands – Give cadets a feeling of belonging and esprit de corps – Instill self-discipline in cadets

10 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 10 What is the role of integrity? Basic principles of integrity and conduct are guided by a sense of right and wrong. Integrity means taking responsibility for your actions. This sense must be strong. – Behavior and motives must be above suspicion.

11 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 11 What is the role of integrity? (cont’d) The military requires integrity. All members must be able to trust that others have done their own jobs. Integrity is doing what’s right always even when no one is watching. In order to be a leader, you MUST have INTEGRITY.

12 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 12 What is the role of integrity? (cont’d) Integrity—a firm adherence to a code of moral or artistic values – Integrity is honesty. – Integrity is already in your set of values. Reinforced by parents, guardians, and teachers

13 Introduction to Air Force Junior ROTC Lesson 4, Chapter 1, Attitude, Discipline, and Respect 13 What is the role of integrity? (cont’d) Integrity and self-discipline are cornerstones of the Air Force. Integrity starts with the individual. – It starts with you right now.


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