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SA - STUDY SET

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What is the uniform worn in class?
The Navy Service
The device worn on the wearer's left side of the garrison cap is called?
The Fouled Anchor
The JROTC patch features the insignia of?
The ACE (Anchor, Constitution, and Eagle)
For males, the nametag is to be placed centered _____ above the wearer's ______ breast pocket.
1/4 inch, right
On the male uniform, the ribbons are to be worn centered ____ above the wearer's________ breast pocket.
1/4 inch , left
The center of both the rank and JROTC bar insignia should be______ from the collar's point.
1 and 7/8ths of an inch
Service stars are worn_____ above the top row of ribbons.
1/4-inch
The fouled anchor is worn_____ back from the crease and_____ from the bottom edge of the garrison cap.
2 inches/ 1 1/2 inches
An Irish Pennant (IP)is...?
A Loose Thread
The Relaxed-Fit Jacket is to be worn with the zipper...?
3/4 to all the way
Covers may be worn...?
When outdoors or when in formation
The top of the ribbons/nametag on the female uniform is to be aligned to:
The bottom edge of the top button
On the male belt, the belt is worn with the belt tip facing the wearer's left or right?
Left
On the Female belt, the belt tip is worn facing the wearer's left or right?
Right
What is the regulation for watches/bracelets in uniform?
One watch/bracelet per wrist
How many rings may a cadet wear in uniform?
1 per hand
When 2 or more service stars are worn, they are placed _______ apart.
1/4 inch
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NJROTC - Cadet Commanding Officer
C/LCDR Sam Buckman
NJROTC - Cadet Executive Officer
C/LT E.J. Assurian
NJROTC - Cadet Operations Officer
C/PO1 Julie Heckert
NJROTC - Cadet Administrative Officer
C/PO2 India Pack
NJROTC - Cadet Supply Officer
C/CPO Ethan Riegel
NJROTC - Cadet Training Officer
C/CPO Matthew Dirndorfer
1st Order to the Sentry
TAKE CHARGE OF THIS POST AND ALL GOVERNMENT PROPERTY IN VIEW .
2nd Order to the Sentry
WALK MY POST IN A MILITARY MANNER, KEEPING ALWAYS ON THE ALERT, AND OBSERVING EVERYTHING THAT TAKES PLACE WITHIN SIGHT OR HEARING .
3rd Order to the Sentry
REPORT ALL VIOLATIONS OF ORDERS I AM INSTRUCTED TO ENFORCE.
4th Order to the Sentry
REPEAT ALL CALLS FROM POSTS MORE DISTANT FROM THE GUARDHOUSE OR THE QUARTER-DECK THAN MY OWN .
5th Order to the Sentry
QUIT MY POST ONLY WHEN PROPERLY RELIEVED .