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1st General Order
I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post only when properly relieved
2nd General Order
I will obey my special orders and preform all my duties in a military manner
3rd General Order
I will report violations of my special orders, emergencies, and anything not covered in my instructions to the commander of relief
What is the mission of JROTC?
To motivate young people to be better citizens
What is the key to success in JROTC?
The key to success in JROTC is teamwork
What does LET stand for?
Leadership, Education, and Training
What does JCLC stand for?
Junior Cadet Leadership Challenge
What are the winning colors?
Brown, Green, Red, Blue
Who created JROTC and under what act?
Captain Alden Partridge, The National Defense Act of 1916
What is the name of the army song?
The army goes rolling along
What is the army motto?
This we'll defend
When is the Army's birthday?
June 14, 1775
Who is the vice president?
Kamala Harris
What are the three branches of government?
Executive, Legislative, Judicial
Name the three components of the U.S Army
Active Army, Reserves, and Civilian Work Force
What major Command does JROTC fall under?
US Army Cadet Command
How many Brigades is Cadet Command comprised of?
What Brigade do you belong to?
When did the Continental Congress in Philadelphia create the first Stars and Stripes flag?
June 14th 1777
Who wrote our National Anthem?
Francis Scott Key
When did Francis Scott Key write our National Anthem?
The War of 1812
What is the name of the National March?
The Stars and Stripes Forever
Who wrote our National March?
John Philip Souza
Who made our first flag?
Betsy Ross
When was D-Day?
June 6th, 1944
When was the Pearl Harbor Attack?
December 7th, 1941
How many Supreme Court judges are there?
How many people in the House of Representatives?
What is the definition of Leadership?
The ability to influence others to accomplish a mission in the manner desired by, providing direction, purpose, and motivation.
What is the definition of a subordinate?
A person of lower rank
What are the rank titles of noncommissioned officers?
What are the rank titles of commissioned officers?
2LT, 1LT, CPT, MAJ, LTC, COL, BG, MG, LTG, GEN, GEN of the Army
What positions make up the battalion staff?
S-1 Adjutant-Personnel Actions S-2 Information/Security S-3 Operations S-4 Logistics S-5 Special Projects
What are the three parts of the Pyramid of Authority?
Chain of Command: Guarantees all members are on the same team Span of Control: The immediate subordinate's one leader can effectively control Unity of Command: Only one commander
What is a private's first line supervisor?
Squad Leader
What are the 7 Army Values?
Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless-Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage
What are the 3 leadership styles?
Directing, Participating, Delegating
What is the definition of first aid?
The immediate care given to an injured or ill individual to keep him or her alive to stop further damage until help arrives
What are the three types of bleeding?
Arterial, Venous, Capillary
What is a tourniquet?
A device for stopping the flow of blood through a vein or artery, typically by compressing a limb with a cord or tight bandage
What are the three types of heat injuries?
Heat cramps, Heat exhaustion, Heatstroke
Name some types of burns
1st degree burns, 2nd degree burns, 3rd degree burns
What are the 4 lifesaving steps?
Clear the airway, stop the bleeding, treat for shock, and bandage the wound
What is the Heimlich maneuver used for?
To clear a blocked airway
What is mouth to mouth used for?
To restore breathing
What do the letters CPR stand for and what is it used for?
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation; to restore the heart beat and breathing to a patient
What does the acronym RICE represent?
Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
In CPR, approximately how many compressions per minute?
In CPR, what is the ration for compressions/rescue breathing?
30 compressions, 2 rescue breaths
In CPR, how far should you compress the chest area?
2 inches
What are the types and sizes of the flags?
Garrison: 20'x38' Post: 10'x19' Storm: 5'x9 1/2'
How should you raise and lower the Flag?
Raise it briskly and lower it ceremonially
How do you raise the flag to half-staff?
Raise it briskly to its peak and then lower it ceremonially to half-staff
What do the colors of the flag represent?
White: Hope, purity, and innocence Red: Hardiness and valor Blue: reverence to God, loyalty, vigilance, perseverance, and justice
Why would a flag be flown upside down?
A sign of distress
What is a gig line?
When the shirt is in line with the belt buckle and the zipper seam of the pants
How do you wear the cord on your uniform? What does it represent?
You wear it on your left shoulder depending on what cord it is. It represents what team you are on
What angle should your feet be at the position of attention?
45 degree angle
What are the different items worm on your ASU
Beret, name plate, ribbons/awards
What is meant by the FITT factors?
Frequency, intensity, time, and type
What 3 exercises are on the Army physical fitness test?
Push ups, sit ups, and the 2-mile run
What are 3 phases of fitness conditioning?
Preparatory, conditioning, and maintenance
What are the events in Cadet Challenge?
Curl ups, pull ups, v-sit reach, shuttle run, and 1-mile run/walk
What is the definition of a map?
A portion of the Earth's surface as seen from above and drawn to scale
What are the 5 colors of a map and what do they represent?
Red: Man-made objects (ie: roads) Black: Man-made objects (ie: buildings) Blue: Wet lands/water Brown: Elevation Green: Vegetation
What is the general rule for reading a map?
You read it right and up
How many degrees on a compass/protractor?
What are the three North's of map reading?
True North, Magnetic North, and Grid North
On a topographical map where do you go to understand a symbol?
How close do the following grid coordinates get you to a location?
4 digits: 1000m 6 digits: 100m 8 digits:10m 10 digits: 1m
On a topographical map what do we use to measure distance?
The bar scale
What is a GM angle?
The difference between grid and magnetic azimuths
Name the five major terrain features as discussed in class
Hill, Ridge, Depression, Valley, Saddle
What is a grid zone designator?
It is two letters that precede the grid coordinates and tells you which portion of the map to look at
If you find a marking on your map and you do not know what it is where should you look?
What is the size of a grid square?
1000m X 1000m
What is an azimuth
A direction