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Chain of Command
Commander in Chief The Honorable Barack H. Obama
Vice President The Honorable Joseph R. Biden
Secretary of State The Honorable John Kerry
Secretary of Defense The Honorable Ashton Carter
Secretary of the Army The Honorable John M. McHugh
Chairman Joint Chief of Staff General Martin M. Dempsey
Army Chief of Staff General Raymond T. Odierno
Sergeant Major of the Army SGM Raymond F. Chandler III
Chain of Command
U.S. Army TRADOC Commander General David G. Perkins
U.S. Army TRADOC Command Sergeant Major CSM Daniel A. Dailey
U.S. Army Cadet Command Commander Major General Peggy C. Combs
U.S. Army Cadet Command Command Sergeant Major CSM Gabriel Arnold
U.S. Army JROTC Commander COL Hubert E. Bagley
Chain of Command
8th Brigade Commander COL John A. Kelly
8th Brigade Sergeant Major CSM Richard L. Leirdahl
Director of Military Science LTC David T. Guzman
Morse High School Principal Mr. Harry Shelton
Senior Army Instructor SGM Harold E. Williams
Army Instructor 1SG Roy Olson
Army Instructor SFC Steven L. Jackson
First General Order I will GUARD everything within the limits of my post and QUIT my post only when properly relieved.
Second General Order I will OBEY my special orders and PERFORM all of my duties in a military manner.
Third General Order I will REPORT all violations of my special orders, emergencies, and anything not covered in my instructions to the commander of the relief.
Nomenclature of the Rifle The 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 Weapon 43 inches
Barrel Length 24 inches
Weight 8.69 pounds
Magazine Capacity 5 rounds
Maximum Effective Range 656 yards
Maximum Range 1200 yards
Weapon Service Length 1903-1957
Manufacturer Springfield Armory or Daisy
Serial Number (Your rifle number here)
Action Bolt Action
Rate of Fire 15 rounds per minute
Muzzle Velocity 2800 feet per second
Front Sight Fixed blade
Rear Sight Adjustable leaf with aperture notched battle sight
Feed System 5 round stripper clip or internal box magazine
Other Branches Chain of Command
Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Michael D. Stevens
Secretary of the Navy The Honorable Ray Mabus
Chief of Staff of the Air Force General Mark A. Welsh III
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Chief Master Sergeant James A. Cody
Secretary of the Air Force The Honorable Deborah Lee James
Commandant of the Marine Corps General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr.
Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Sergeant Major Micheal P. Barrett
Regulation of the Uniform
Nails Clean, cut, and not passing the finger tips.
Shirt Creases 2
Pant Creases 4
Total Creases 6
Pants Must be touching the top of the shoe with a break in the pants.
Beret 1 inch above the left eyebrow.
Name Tag 1/8 of an inch UNDER the seam of the RIGHT pocket CENTERED from LEFT to RIGHT ABOVE the button.
Belt Adjusted accordingly to waist size with the keepers on the right side.
Ascot/Scarf Creased 3 times from the CENTER and WRAPPED around the neck.
E-3 Private First Class
E-6 Staff Sergeant
E-7 Sergeant First Class
E-8 Master Sergeant
E-8 First Sergeant
E-9 Sergeant Major
E-9 Command Sergeant Major
O-1 Second Lieutenant
O-2 First Lieutenant
O-5 Lieutenant Colonel
S Selfless Service
P Personal Courage
1 Be technically and tactically proficient.
2 Know yourself and seek self improvement.
3 Know your subordinates and look out for their welfare.
4 Keep your subordinates informed.
5 Set the example.
6 Ensure that the assigned task is understood, supervised, and accomplished.
7 Train your unit as a team.
8 Make sound and timely decisions.
9 Develop a sense of responsibility in your subordinates.
10 Employ your unit in accordance with its capabilities.
11 Seek responsibility for your actions.
Branches of the Military
Army Birthday June 14,1775
Army Color Green
Marine Birthday November 10, 1775
Marine Colors Scarlet and Gold
Navy Birthday October 16, 1775
Navy Colors Blue and Gold
Air Force Birthday September 18, 1947
Air Force Colors Ultramarine Blue and Air Force Yellow
First Line I am an Army Junior ROTC Cadet.
Second Line I will always conduct myself to bring credit to my family, country, school, and the Corps of Cadets.
Third Line I am loyal and patriotic.
Fourth Line I am the future of the United States of America.
Fifth Line I do not lie, cheat, or steal and will always be accountable for my actions and deeds.
Sixth Line I will always practice good citizenship and patriotism.
Seventh Line I will work hard to improve my mind and strengthen my body.
Eigth Line I will seek the mantle of leadership and stand prepared to uphold the Constitution and the American way of life.
Ninth Line May God grant me the strength to always live by this creed.
Where was the first ROTC unit established? Norwich University.
Who is the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces? The President; the Honorable Barack H. Obama.
When walking with a person senior in rank to you, who walks on the Honor Side [right]? The senior person walks on the 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 and innocence, Red is for hardiness and valor, and Blue is for vigilance, perseverance, and justice.
What is the blue area on the flag, where the stars are located, called? The Union.
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