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Chain of Command Cadet Rank Customs and Courtesies C/LTC Steele C/MAJ Holmes
Cadet Chain of Command The Cadet chain of command exists to: 1) familiarize Cadets with the Army’s standard organizational structure; 2) provide Cadets with hands-on leadership training and development; 3) enable effective communications and share information among cadre and all Cadets; 4) resolve Cadet problems at the lowest possible level whenever possible. The Cadet chain of command does not replace the cadre, but does assist cadre members in sharing information and solving problems. Make it work for you by following it when you have a question or need assistance.
BN Cdr C/LTC Steele BN CSM C/CSM Honeycutt BN XO C/MAJ Holmes S1: C/CPT Hardin S2: C/CPT Graff S4: C/CPT Gooding AS4: C/CPT Moody 1 st Plt Ldr C/2LT Yancey 2 nd Sqd Ldr C/SSG Stunkard 2 nd Sqd Ldr (T) C/SSG Trouy 1 st Sqd Ldr C/SSG Felty 1 st Sqd Ldr C/SSG Tillery 2 nd Plt Ldr C/2LT McCann, Jacob Co 1SG C/1SG Roberts McNeal King McDonaldHickmanEsterline ETSU ROTC Cadet Chain of Command Fall 2009 Notes: - Additional non-contracted CDTs will be assigned to teams once classes start - UVA-Wise Cadets will be assigned to Det 1 – details TBD Young, DHall, AustinBarrett 1 st Plt Sgt C/SFC White 2 nd Plt Sgt C/SFC Tucker, T A Tm Ldr MSIII–C/SGT Morris B Tm Ldr MSIII–C/SGT Crook A Tm Ldr MSII – C/SGT Leonard B Tm Ldr MSIII–C/SGT Meade A Tm Ldr MSII – C/SGT Foster B Tm Ldr MSII – C/SGT Rosselot A Tm Ldr MSII – C/SGT (T)McCann, Jo B Tm Ldr MSIII-C/SGT Parrott updated 12 Aug 09 Blue italics = national scholarship recipients, not yet contracted (as of 11 Aug) Co XO C/1LT Berg Co Cdr C/CPT Groom Note: will adjust team members as req’d during term, based on add/drop, other factors S3: C/MAJ Bates S3 SGM: C/SGM Frye AS3: C/CPT Ditmer S5: C/CPT Kilgore AS5: C/CPT Howell Nurse Adv: C/CPT Hall S6: C/CPT Lawson Hurst Liaison officers (LNOs): King College: C/CPT Krenik Mars Hill: C/CPT Young
Customs & Courtesies FM 7-21.13 and AR 600-25. What is military courtesy? What is the purpose of displaying courtesy? What are some examples of when you are not required to salute? Who salutes in a group of Cadets when not in formation?
Customs & Courtesies Cadre: LTC Jeffress MAJ Campbell CPT Biscamp MSG Greanya SFC Walker Staff: Mrs. Angela Haire Mrs. Debbie Donaldson Mr. Tom Turner Cadets