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What is the complete name of our JROTC Battalion?
The Joplin High School Army JROTC Eagle Battalion
What Does the JROTC Stand For?
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
What is the mission of JROTC?
To motivate young people to be better citizens.
Where does the Word "Corps" Come from, and what does it mean in military terms?
The French word meaning "body," and in military terms it refers to a grouping of a military unit.
What is the definition of leadership?
Leadership is the art of influencing someone to complete the mission in a desired manner by providing purpose, motivation and direction.
Which act of Congress created the JROTC program?
The National Defense Act of 1916.
In which year were females admitted to the JROTC Program?
On what date did the War Department establish the Joplin High School JROTC program?
November 28, 1919
Who wrote the JROTC Cadet Creed?
Sergeant Major Calvin Foster.
Recite the 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.
May God grant me the strength to always live by this creed.
What is the birthdate of the United States Army?
14, June 1775
Battalion Commander - Abigail Lewis
Battalion Executive Officer - Dionte Franklin
Battalion Command Sergeant Major - David Hiemberg
S-1 Adjutant - Aidan Potter - Chaligoj
S-2 Safety/Security - Bryson Roach
S-3 Operations - Nathan Culbertson
S-4 Logistics/Supply - Allysen Cantero
S-5 Publicity - Morgan Reed
S-6 Special Projects - Zach Downs
Q: What is the rank of a cadet with _______________? (part 2)
3 Lozenges/diamonds Cadet Colonel (C/COL)
2 Lozenges/diamonds Cadet Lieutenant Colonel (C/LTC)
1 Lozenge/diamond Cadet Major (C/MAJ)
3 Disks Cadet Captain (C/CPT)
2 Disks Cadet First Lieutenant (C/1LT)
1 Disk Cadet Second Lieutenant (C/2LT)
What is the rank of a cadet with _______________?(part 1)
3 Chevrons/3 Rockers/Star with wreath Cadet Command Sergeant Major (C/CSM)
3 Chevrons/3 Rockers/ Star Cadet Sergeant Major (C/SGM)
3 Chevrons/ 3 Rockers/ Lozenge Cadet First Sergeant (C/1SG)
3 Chevrons/ 3 Rockers Cadet Master Sergeant (C/MSG)
3 Chevrons/ 2 Rockers Cadet Sergeant First Class (C/SFC)
3 Chevrons/ 1 Rocker Cadet Staff Sergeant (C/SSG)
3 Chevrons Cadet Sergeant (C/SGT)
2 Chevrons Cadet Corporal (C/CPL)
1 Chevron/ 1 Rocker Cadet Private First Class (C/PFC)
1 Chevron Cadet Private (C/PVT)
No insignia Cadet
Who were the primary antagonists during WWII (whom did the US and its allies fight?)
Germany, Japan, and Italy
What happened on 7 December 1941 in Hawaii?
The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor
Who was the Commander of the Revolutionary Army?
General George Washington
What happened in New York City and Washington DC on 11 September 2001?
Terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
What war was fought in the 1960's and 1970's?
The Vietnam War
Which country did the US attack initially on the war on Terrorism?
What are the five principle rights established by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution?
Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Press, Freedom of Religion, the right to petition the government, and the right to assemble peacefully
What is the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution?
"We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."
What is the Bill of Rights?
The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution
What are the three flags used by the Armed Forces, from smallest to largest
Storm flag (5 ft by 9 ½ ft), Post flag (10 ft by 19ft), Garrison flag (20 ft by 38ft)
Recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States of America.
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
Who wrote the words to the National Anthem of United States and what is its title?
Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner." ** He wrote it while he was a captive (British Man of War)
When did the Continental Congress establish the stars and stripes as the flag of the U.S?
14 June 1777
Who may designate the flag to be flown at half-staff?
The President of the United States of America
How many red and white stripes does the U.S. flag have?
13 stripes total; 7 red stripes and 6 white stripes
When may the U. S. Flag be flown upside down?
To signal an emergency of distress
What does Red, White, and Blue stand for on the US Flag?
White signifies purity and innocence,
Red, hardiness & valor, and
Blue, signifies vigilance, perseverance & justice
At what age is a U.S. Citizen first allowed to vote?
18 years old
What are the two primary political parties?
The Republican party and the Democrat party
What is the Heimlich Maneuver used for?
to clear blocked airways
What is First Aid?
The assistance someone provides to an injured person until trained medical personnel arrive.
What is mouth-to-mouth resuscitation used for?
to restore breathing
What instrument would you use to determine a magnetic azimuth in a field environment?
What are the four life-saving steps?
A: Open the Airway
B: Stop any major Bleeding
C: Control and treat for shock
D: Dress and bandage any wounds
What is the definition of a map?
Scale drawing of a portion of the Earth's surface as seen from above.
What are the six colors used on a military map and what do they mean?
Black- man- made objects
Blue - Water
Green - vegetation
Red- major man- made objects
White- no vegetation ** Sometimes it's obvious that white stands for places of no vegetation, they will ask for the five colors used on a military map. When this happens, leave out white.
What instrument is used to determine grid azimuth on a map?
What are the five major terrain features?
Hilltop, Ridgeline, Saddle, Valley, Depression
What color socks are worn with the class A or B uniform?
What type of shirt is worn under the Army Class A Jacket?
Class B long sleeve shirt or short sleeve shirt.
The black necktie/neck tab is optional when wearing what type of uniform?
Class B uniform with short sleeves.
What color t-shirt is worn with the class A or B uniform?
What uniform is worn during ceremonies and social functions?
The Class A or B uniform.
What uniform is worn at summer camps and for participation on special teams?
What insignia do cadet officers wear on the Beret?
What insignia do enlisted NCO cadets wear on the Beret?
What color t-shirt is worn with the ACU uniform?
How is the grade (or ROTC) insignia worn on the Beret?
Centered in the middle of flash or beret
How many ribbons are required to complete a full row
Can a male cadet wear an earring in uniform?
What size earrings can female cadets wear?
Small spherical earrings not to exceed 1/4 inch in diameter.
What does ACU stand for?
Army Combat Uniform.
How should the nameplate be worn on your uniform?
Male: Center the nameplate on the right pocket between the top of pocket and the top of the button for males.
Female: Aligned and centered from the top of the 2nd button from the collar.
Which foot can you give the command of halt on?
Marching Commands - position in which command is called
Fall In - stationary
Dress Right Dress - Stationary
Ready Front - Stationary
Parade Rest - Stationary
At ease - Stationary
Rest - Stationary
(Group) Attention - Stationary
Present Arms - Stationary
Order Arms - Stationary
Left Face - Stationary
Right Face - Stationary
Cover - Stationary
Recover - Stationary
Forward March - Stationary, then step off with left foot
Column Right March - Given on right foot
Column Left March - Given on left foot
Rear March - Given on right foot
Right Flank March - Given on right foot
Left Flank March - Given on left foot
Counter Column March - Given on left foot
Mark Time March - Either foot (Group)
Halt - Either Foot
Fall Out - Stationary
File from the Right/Left March - Stationary
File From The Right/Left Column Right/Left March - Stationary
Column # to the Right/Left March - Stationary
What position are you allowed to speak at while in formation?
In drill, what are the five Stationary positions?
Parade rest, stand at ease, at ease, rest, and Attention
When marching, at a quick time, what is the normal arm swing distance?
9 inches to the front and 6 inches to the rear
What are the two parts of a drill command and what does each do?
The preparatory command, which tells you for what has to be done, and the command of execution, which tells you when to perform the action.
What is the length of a marching step forward?
Which command is used to cancel a preparatory Command?
"As you were." ** This command can only cancel a preparatory command, never a command of execution.
Drill commands are given in what position?
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