KNOWLEDGE SHEET 2017-2018
Senior Army Instructor/Army Instructors
SAI: Lieutenant Colonel Lahood
AI: Command Sergeant Major Cabrera
AI: Sergeant Major Polanco
AI: First Sergeant Simmons
AI: Master Sergeant Badia
AI: Sergeant First Class Madison
AI: Sergeant First Class Dash
The battalion S-1 is the administrative assistant to the Battalion Commander. The adjutant is also responsible for other administrative duties assigned by the Battalion Commander, Executive Officer or Instructor Staff.
(i.e.: manning board, updating cadet records, company and staff)
The battalion S-2 assists the battalion commander and the instruction staff in matters pertaining to unit security and enforces the provision of security requirements for the cadet battalion.
(i.e.: security for all drill competitions and car wash)
The battalion S-3 assists the battalion commander in preparation, execution, and all training activities within the cadet battalion. Additionally, they keep the battalion commander informed of Patriot Battalion training activities.
(i.e.: maintaining training schedules for the battalion and keeping records of all the enlisted cadets’ training records(Inputting cadets' training records in JUMS)
The battalion S-4 is responsible for the maintenance, security, record keeping, issue and turn in of all U.S. government property (except ordinance). The S-4 coordinates securing of property with the S-2 security.
(i.e.: uniform distribution, ASU distribution, keeping supply room organized)
The battalion S-5 is the contact between the corps and the representatives of the student bodies, faculty, and local news media.
(i.e.: battalion sentinels, picture taking in all events)
The battalion S-6 maintains the function of the battalion’s computers, printers, and all other electronic equipment. In addition, they improve all technological devices; update the patriot battalion website regularly with the daily announcement and events occurring that month.
(i.e.: resolve automation issues immediately)
S-7 Special Projects:
The battalion S-7 plans, coordinates, and maintains records on special projects as outlined by the cadet battalion commander, battalion executive officer, and instructor staff.
(i.e.: winter banquet, military ball, and other special projects)
Army Chain of Command:
Commander In Chief: Honorable Donald John Trump
Secretary of Defense: Honorable James Mattis
Secretary of the Army: Honorable Robert M. Speer
Chairman of Joint Chief of Staff: General Dunford
Chief of Staff of the Army: General Mark A. Milley
Sergeant Major of the Army: Sergeant Major of the Army Daniel A. Dailey
Commander of TRADOC: General David Perkins
Command Sergeant Major of TRADOC: Command Sergeant Major David S. Davenport Sr.
Commanding General of Cadet Command: Major General Christopher P. Hughes
Command Sergeant Major of Cadet Command: Command Sergeant Major Kenneth J. Kraus Jr.
Director of Army JROTC: Colonel Thomas Bell
Commander of 2nd Brigade: Colonel Matthew D. Rauscher
Command Sergeant Major of 2nd Brigade: Command Sergeant Major Audie D. Matheus
What does JROTC stand for?
JROTC stands for Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps.
What does LET stand for?
LET stands for Leadership, Education, & Training.
What does JCLC stand for?
JCLC stands for JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge.
What does SAI stand for?
SAI stands for Senior Army Instructor.
What does AI stand for?
AI stands for Army Instructor.
What is the mission of JROTC?
The mission of JROTC is to motivate young people to become better citizens.
What is the key to success in JROTC?
The key to success in JROTC is teamwork.
What is the only level of distinction that JROTC units can earn?
The only level of distinction that JROTC units can earn is the honor unit with distinction.
What is the definition of leadership?
The ability to influence subordinates in order to accomplish a mission.
What are the three leadership styles? Explain each.
Delegating: Giving decision-making authority to subordinates.
Directing: Instructing subordinates.
Participating: Involving subordinates in the decision making process.
What are the seven-army values?
S- Selfless Service
P- Personal Courage
Teamwork is the cooperative effort of a group of people working together to achieve a common goal.
Drill & Ceremony
What are the 2 parts of a command?
The Preparatory command & the Command of Execution.
What foot do you call the command rear march?
On which foot do you give the command halt?
What is the normal cadence/rate of quick time?
120 steps per minute.
What is the rate of “double time”?
180 steps per minute.
How many inches are in a normal step in marching?
How do you read a military map?
Right & Up
What are the 5 basic colors on a military map and what do they represent?
Brown- Contour lines/Elevation & relief
Black- Manmade objects
Red- Highly populated areas & major roads
Name the 5 major terrain features on a military map?
Hill, Saddle, Valley, Ridge, & Depression
What are the 3 types of north on a military map?
True, Grid, & Magnetic
First Aid & Health
Define First Aid.
First Aid is the immediate care given to an injured or ill victim before professional medical help arrives.
What are the 2 types of fractures?
Open (Compound) & Closed (Simple)
What are the 4 life saving steps?
1. Check for consciousness
2. Check for breathing and heartbeat
3. Check for bleeding
4. Check for shock
What are the 3 branches of government and what do they do?
Legislative: Makes the law.
Judicial: Interprets the law.
Executive: Enforces and carries out the law.
American History & Citizenship
Who wrote the star spangled banner?
Francis Scott Key
What do the colors on the United States flag represent?
Red- Valor and Hardiness
Blue- Justice, Vigilance, and Perseverance
White- Purity and Innocence
What do the 13 stripes on the United States flag represent?
The original 13 colonies.
What are the 3 types of American flags and which is the largest?
Post, Storm, & Garrison. Garrison is the largest.
Military Customs & Courtesies
Name the 6 basic staff positions found in most large military organizations.
S-3: Operations & Training
S-5: Public Information
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.
Oh, say can you see,
By the dawn's early light,
What so proudly we hailed,
At the twilight's last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars,
Through the perilous fight,
O'er the ramparts we watched,
Were so gallantly streaming.
And the rocket's red glare,
The bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night,
That our flag was still there.
Oh say does that star spangled banner yet wave,
For the land of the free, and the home of the brave.