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Semester 1 Final LET1 Study Guide

  1. (2 pt) Commander in Chief- Donald Trump
  2. (2pt) The Secretary of Defense- The Honorable James Mattis
  3. (2pt) The Secretary of the Army- Ryan McCarthy
  4. Chief of Staff of the Army- General Mark Milley
  5. Commander of TRADOC- General David Perkins
  6. Commander of Cadet Command- General Christopher Huhges
  7. 3rd Brigade Commander- Col. Kenneth McRae
  8. Principal of Central High School- Mr. Mike Talley
  9. Cadet Battalion Commander (BC)- C/LTC Tyler Eberle and C/LTC Jason Riggins
  10. Battalion XO- C/Maj Cameron Kor and C/CPT Nicole Engle
  11. Senior Army Instructor- Major Michael Conley
  12. Army Instructor- 1SG Ronald Lovato

For your Class:

  1. Company Commanders-

Red:

White:

  1. Platoon Leader-
  2. Platoon Sargent-
  3. General Information-
  4. The Mission of JROTC is:

Motivate young people to become better citizens

  1. JROTC stands for- Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps
  2. LET stands for - Leadership Education Training

 

 

 

  1. Army Values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage.
  2. What is the mission of Army JROTC?

Motivate young people to become better citizens.

  1. What JROTC skills do you look forward to learning?

I want to learn all the skills that this class can offer me throughout the year.

  1. Give an overview of one unit in the JROTC course.

Unit 1: Citizenship in Action

This unit helps develop new skills you can use in school and throughout your

life. It engages you in the practice of basic citizenship customs and traditions,

and in the exploration of opportunities for non-military and military national

service. This introductory unit gives you a greater appreciation of American

symbols, customs and traditions, and the history and purpose of Army JROTC.

An introduction to the Department of Defense and other services presents the

differences and similarities of each service and their unique roles in the defense

of the nation. It also provides opportunities to learn about major, non-military

service organizations.

Unit 2: Leadership Theory and Application

This unit teaches you about leadership—how to BE a leader, what you need to

KNOW when you are influencing others, and what you DO when you are leading.

You will learn about character and values, leadership theories and principles,

and human behavior. You will have the opportunity to take the leadership

lessons learned in the classroom to the drill field. Most important, this unit will

help you build your relationships in your community service projects and your

daily participation in school, work, and community.

Unit 3: Foundations for Success

Unit 3 is designed to provide young cadets with hands-on experiential learning

activities that will build self-awareness, essential life skills, and the ability to set

and achieve goals. Content areas include communication, diversity, study skills,

conflict resolution, decision-making, and service learning. These lessons expose

cadets to complex content, such as the structure and function of the human

brain, personality, and learning theory in a simple, easy to understand manner,

with ample opportunity for application and practice. This unit focuses on the

life skills necessary to build better citizens for tomorrow.

Unit 4: Wellness, Fitness, and First Aid

Unit 4 provides training for getting started on total fitness, split second emergencies,

handling common emergencies, and lifesaving measures. There is also

training on substance abuse awareness, intervention, and prevention. By teaching

the value of physical exercise and conditioning, personal hygiene, and proper

diet through the Cadet Challenge program, you’ll feel good about yourself —

both physically and mentally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Define the term “Candor.”

Candor” means impartiality, fairness, frankness, and openness.

 

  1. Describe how the Army JROTC program promotes personal success and citizenship.

Promote your graduation from High School and develop a solid foundation for career development.

 

  1. Describe Army JROTC Program:

It is designed to provide young cadets with hands-on experiential learning activities that will build self-awareness, essential life skills, and the ability to set and achieve goals. Content areas include communication, diversity, study skills, conflict resolution, decision- making, and service learning. These lessons expose cadets to complex content, such as the structure and function of the human brain, personality, and learning theory in a simple, easy to understand manner, with ample opportunity for application and practice. This unit focuses on the lie skills necessary to build better citizens for tomorrow.

  1. Describe activities you’ll participate in as a Cadet.

1. Course Title: JROTC 1

2. Course Description: JROTC is a citizenship course that uses a military framework to build and

teach teamwork and leadership.

3. Course Objectives: The objectives of this class are to build a basic understanding of the

organization and how it functions. We then tie that into basic citizenship principles. These are

supported by classes that are designed to help the student improve their skills, and abilities.

4. Course Outline: The 1st quarter is primarily giving the students the basics of JROTC and how it

functions with emphasis on responsibility. Study skills are also emphasized. The 2nd quarter

covers basic knowledge and skills of citizenship. The 3rd and 4th quarters branch out and

provides supplemental classes on first aid, geography, health and fitness.

 

  1. Explain the mission and benefits of the Army JROTC program

The mission of JROTC is to motivate young people to be better citizens, better citizens for tomorrow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. State the Army JROTC Cadet Creed

I am an army junior ROTC Cadet

I will always conduct myself to bring credit to my family, country, school, and the corps of cadets

I am loyal and patriotic

I am the future of the United States of America

I do not lie, cheat, or steal and will always be accountable for my actions and deeds

I will always practice good citizenship and patriotism

I will work hard to improve my mind and strengthen my body

I will seek the mantle of leadership and stand prepared to uphold the constitution and the American way of life

 

  1. Describe the core curriculum of the Army JROTC

This lesson introduces you to the U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC), its mission, and Leadership Education and Training (LET) curriculum for this first level of your instruction. Completing the material in this course requires discipline and hard work, but the reward is well worth your effort. Through Army JROTC Program- welcome to the team! You among a special group of high school students headed for success. Your participation as a student or cadet in this program shows your willingness to make the most of your high school education. Whatever your reason for taking this course, every member of Army JROTC is special and brings a different cultural dimension to the program. We are proud that you elected to be a part of a unique team- a team of winners!

 

  1. Where is the Honor Unit insignia worn?

¼ of an inch and centered above the top of the right pocket. (For female cadets the insignia is worn ¼ of an inch above the nameplate.)

 

  1. How are ribbons positioned on the Class A uniform?

Ribbons are centered on the left side 1/8 of an inch above the left pocket (centered above the horizontal line for female cadets.)

 

  1. Describe a rank?

Cadet describes a certain rank asked by the inspector

 

  1. What size/ color earrings can female cadets wear?

Small, silver, gold, white spherical earrings not to exceed ¼ of an inch in diameter.

 

 

  1. How is the nameplate worn on your uniform?

Center the nameplate on the right pocket between the top of the pocket and the top of the button for males. For females the nameplate is placed 1 to 2 inches above the top button centered horizontally on the right side of the coat.

 

  1. What lesson covers the wear of the uniform?

U1C1L5 Your personal appearance and uniform

  1. How are shoulder board ranks worn?

Enlisted cadets place the pointed end toward the collar and the flat end toward the edge of the shoulder

 

  1. Describe an award/ ribbon?

Cadet describes the reason for earning the award or ribbon.

  1. What are the colors of our flag and what does each on represent?

Red- Hardiness and Valor

White- Hope, Purity, and Innocence

Blue- Reverence to God, loyalty, Vigilance, Perseverance, and Justice

  1. Define Leadership?

The process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization.

 

 

a. Brown: Your Builder Power Words

Always leading people

Power

Results

Responsible

Duty

Tradition

b. Blue: Your Relater Power Words

 

Always liking to be with people

Hugs are special when I choose

Friendly

Giving

I see everything

Romantic

 

c. Red Your Adventurer Power Words

Test the limits

Excitement

Fast machines

Fun

Doing

Action

d. Green: Your Planner Power Words

 

Changing and improving

Analyzing

Being my best

Dreaming

Caring

Inner life

ThinkingInventing

  1. What is the lesson covers moving up in Army JROTC - RANK AND Structure?

U1C1L3

  1. What is the lesson competency for U1C1L8?

Customs and Courtesies

  1. What is the name of lesson U3C1L3

Personal Growth Plan

 

  1. Describe how the Army JROTC program promotes personal success and citizenship

Army JROTC program promotes personal success and citizenship

  1. What is the name of lesson U2C2L2?

Roles of the Leader and Followers in Drill

  1. What are the seven steps to problem solving?
  1. Identify the problem
  2. Gather information
  3. Develop course of action
  4. Analyze and compare course of action
  5. Make a decision, select the best course of action
  6. Make a plan
  7. Implement the plan

 

  1. What is the name of U1C1L4?

The Signs of Success

  1. What is the name of charter 5?

Foundations for Success

  1. What year did JROTC begin at Central?

1995

 

Need min Correct: _70%_Max Wrong: 15 questions out of a 100/ each question 2 points


Contact: ronald.lovato@k12.sd.us