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Chain of Command

Question Answer
Commander in ChiefThe Honorable Donald J. Trump
Vice PresidentThe Honorable Mike Pence
Secretary of StateThe Honorable Rex W. Tillerson
Secretary of DefenseThe Honorable James Mattis
Secretary of the ArmyThe Honorable Robert M. Speer
Chairman Joint Chief of StaffGeneral Joseph Dunford
Army Chief of StaffGeneral Mark A. Milley
Sergeant Major of the ArmySMA Daniel A. Dailey
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Chain of Command

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U.S. Army TRADOC CommanderGeneral David G. Perkins
U.S. Army TRADOC Command Sergeant MajorCSM David S. Davenport Sr.
U.S. Army Accessions CommanderGeneral Benjamin C. Freakley (Dont memorize)
U.S. Army Accession Command Sergeant MajorCSM Israel Talamantez (Dont Memorize)
U.S. Army Cadet Command CommanderMajor General Christopher P. Hughes
U.S. Cadet Command Sergeant MajorCSM Kenneth J. Kraus Jr.
U.S. Army JROTC CommanderCOL Bagley (not updated)
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Chain of Command

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8th Brigade CommanderCOL Jon Tussing
8th Brigade Sergeant MajorCSM Timothy P. Marble
Director of Military ScienceLTC David T. Guzman (not updated)
Morse High School PrincipalDr. Cynthia Larkin
Senior Army InstructorSGM Harold E. Williams (Never forget)
LTC Eric E. Hungerford
Army Instructor1SG Theodore Jenkins (D:)
CSM Chris Johnson
Army InstructorSFC Steven L. Jackson (DDDDDD:)
CSM Scott Reed
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General Orders

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First General OrderI will GUARD everything within the limits of my post and QUIT my post only when properly relieved
Second General OrderI will OBEY my special orders and PERFORM all of my duties in a military manner
Third General OrderI will REPORT all violations of my special orders, emergencies, and anything not covered in my instructions to the commander of the relief
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13 Original Colonies

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1Virginia
2Massachusetts
3Maryland
4Connecticut
5Rhode Island
6Delaware
7North Carolina
8South Carolina
9New Hampshire
10New Jersey
11New York
12Pennsylvania
13Georgia
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Other Branches Chain of Command

Question Answer
Chief of Naval OperationsAdmiral John M. Richardson
Master Chief Petty Officer of the NavyMaster Chief Petty Officer Steven S. Giordano
Secretary of the NavyThe Honorable Richard V. Spencer
Chief of Staff of Air ForceGeneral David L. Goldfein
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air ForceChief Master Sergeant Kaleth O. Wright.
Secretary of the Air ForceHonorable Heather Wilson
Commandant of the Marine CorpsGeneral Robert B. Neller
Sergeant Major of the Marine CorpsSergeant Major Ronald L. Green
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Regulation of the Uniform

Question Answer
NailsClean, cut, and not passing the finger tips
Shirt Creases2
Pant Creases4
Total Creases6
Buttons8
Holes32
PantsMust be touching the top of the shoe with a break in the pants
Beret1 inch above the left eyebrow
Name Tag1/8 of an inch UNDER the seam of the RIGHT pocket CENTERED from LEFT TO RIGHT ABOVE the button
CummerbundRIGHT over LEFT CENTERED at the SMALL of the back
Ascot/ScarfCreased 3 times from the CENTER and WRAPPED around the neck
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Enlisted Ranks

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PrivateE-2
Private First ClassE-3
CorporalE-4
SergeantE-5
Staff SergeantE-6
Sergeant First ClassE-7
Master SergeantE-8
First SergeantE-8
Sergeant MajorE-9
Command Sergeant MajorE-9
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Officer Ranks

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Second LieutenantO-1
First LieutenantO-2
CaptainO-3
MajorO-4
Lieutenant ColonelO-5
ColonelO-6
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The U.S. Flag

Question Answer
RedHardiness and Valor
WhiteHope, Purity and Innocence
BlueLoyalty, vigilance, perseverance and justice
Thirteen StripesRepresents the 13 original colonies
Blue PartRepresents the Union
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The purpose of Flags

Question Answer
What is the purpose of your flag (US)To represent the United States of America
What is the purpose of your flag (Organizational)To represent Morse High School
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3 Types of Flags

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Storm FlagSmallest Flag measuring 5ft by 9 and 1/2 ft; used on rainy days
Post FlagMedium sized flag measuring 10ft by 19ft; for normal use
GarrisonLargest Flag measuring 20ft by 38 ft; Used on holidays and other special occasions
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Army Values

Question Answer
LLoyalty
DDuty
RRespect
SSelfless Service
HHonor
IIntegrity
PPersonal Courage
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Leadership Principles

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1Be technically and tactically proficient
2Know yourself and seek self improvement
3Know your subordinates and look out for their welfare
4Keep your subordinates informed
5Set the example
6insure that the assigend task is understood, supervised and accomplished
7Train your unit as a team
8Make sound and timely decisions
9Develop a sense of responsibility in your subordinates
10Employ your unit in accordance with its capabilites
11Seek responsibility for your actions
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Branches of the Military

Question Answer
Army BirthdayJune 14,1775
Army ColorGreen
Marine BirthdayNovember 10, 1775
Marine ColorsScarlet and Gold
Navy BirthdayOctober 16, 1775
Navy ColorsBlue and Gold
Air Force BirthdaySeptember 18, 1947
Air Force ColorsUltramarine Blue and Air Force Yellow
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Cadet Creed

Question Answer
First LineI am an Army Junior ROTC Cadet
Second LineI will always conduct myself to bring credit to my family, country, school and the Corps of Cadets
Third LineI am loyal and patriotic
Fourth LineI am the future of the United States of America
Fifth LineI do not lie, cheat or steal and will always be accountable for my actions and deeds
Sixth LineI will always practice good citizenship and patriotism
Seventh LineI will work hard to improve my mind and strengthen my body
Eigth LineI will seek the mantle of leadership and stand prepared to uphold the Constitution and the American way of life
Ninth LineMay God grant me the strength to always live by this creed
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Questions

Question Answer
Where was the first ROTC unit established?Norwich University
Who is the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces?The President
When walking with a person senior in rank to you, who walks on the Honor Side [right]?The senior person walks ont he Honor SIde
What is Cadence?A uniform rhythm in which a drill movement is executed, or the number of steps or counts per minute at which the movement is executed
What is quick time?The cadence of 120 counts or steps per minute.
What is double time?The cadence of 180 counts or steps per minute
What is drill?Drill consists of certain movements by which a unit of individuals are moved in an orderly, uniform manner from one formation to another from one place to another
What are two rules for giving command in drill?Always in the position of attention and if marching, always in step
What do the colors of the United States Flag stand for?White is for purity, red is for hardiness and valor, and blue is for vigilance, perseverance and justice
What is the blue are on the flag, where the stars are located, called?The Union
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Questions specific to Varsity Team

Question Answer
Spell your left guard's last name in phonetic alphabetLima India Papa Alpha (LIPA)
Spell your right guard's last name in phonetic alphabetGolf India Mike Echo November Oscar (GIMENO)
Spell your commander's last name in phonetic alphabetAlpha November Golf Echo Lima Echo Sierra (ANGELES)
Spell your organizational flag's last name in phonetic alphabetPapa Uniform November Oscar (PUNO)
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Questions specific to JV Team

Question Answer
Spell your left guard's last name in phonetic alphabetAlpha Tango India Echo November Zulu Alpha (ATIENZA)
Spell your right guard's last name in phonetic alphabet
Spell your commander's last name in phonetic alphabet
Spell your organizational flag's last name in phonetic alphabetPapa Oscar Uniform Alpha November Golf Sierra Alpha Victor Alpha November Hotel (POUANGSAVANH)
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Rifle Information

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Nomenclature of the RifleThe U.S. rifle caliber .30 M1903 is a lightweight, manually operated, bolt action, magazine fed, breach loading, shoulder weapon. Length: 43 inches, Weight: 8.69 pounds, Magazine capacity: 5 rounds, Front sight: fixed blade, Rear sight: adjustable leaf with aperture notched battle sight, made in 1903 by Springfield, issued in 1914 during WWI.
Length Of the Weapon43 inches
Barrel Length24 inches
Weight8.69 pounds
Magazine Capacity5 rounds
Maximum Effective Range656 yards
Maximum Range1200 yards
Designed1903
Issued1914
Weapon Service Length1903-1957
ManufacturerSpringfield Armory or Daisy
Serial Number(Your rifle number here)
ActionBolt Action
Rate of Fire15 rounds per minute
Muzzle Velocity2800 feet per second
Front SightFixed blade
Rear SightAdjustable leaf with aperture notched battle sight
Feed System5 round stripper clip or internal box magazine
Cartridge.30-06
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Phonetic Alphabet

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AAlpha
BBravo
CCharlie
DDelta
EEcho
FFoxtrot
GGolf
HHotel
IIndia
JJuliet
KKilo
LLima
MMike
NNovember
OOscar
PPapa
QQuebec
RRomeo
SSierra
TTango
UUniform
VVictor
WWhiskey
XX-Ray
YYankee
ZZulu
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