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1. Who is the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces? The Honorable President Donald J. Trump.
2. Who is the Secretary of Defense? The Honorable Patrick M. Shanahan.
3. Who is the Secretary of the Army? The Honorable Eric Fanning
4. What is the Mission statement of JROTC? To motivate young people to become better citizens.
5. When did ROTC become recognized and how? In 1916 with the National Defense Act
6. Define Leadership? Is the ability to influence others to accomplish a mission in the matter desired by providing Purpose, Direction, and Motivation.
7. Identify the Army 7 leadership values LDR SHIP? Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage.
8. What are the first 10 Amendments to the U.S Constitution known as? The Bill of Rights
9. Which amendment of the U.S Constitution grants the freedoms of “Speech”, “Religion”, and “Assembly”? 1st Amendment
10. What are the two primary political parties? Republican and Democratic
11. What do the stripes on the U.S. flag represent? The 13 Colonies
12. What is the national anthem of the United States? "The Star Spangled Banner"
13. How is the U.S. flag displayed on Memorial Day? Half-staff until noon and then raises to full staff.
14. What day is known as Flag Day? June 14th
15. How should you dispose of an U.S. flag that is no longer fit for display? The U.S. flag should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning in private.
16. What is the number of the manual you use for drill and ceremonies? TC3-21.5
17. What is interval? The lateral space between the shoulders of members on the same line.
18. What are the two prescribed formations for a squad/element? Line and column
19. What are the two parts of an oral drill command? Preparatory command and command of execution
20. What are supplementary commands? Oral orders given by a subordinate leader that reinforces and compliments a Commander’s orders.
21. What type of rifle are you holding Cadet? 1903 Springfield
22. What is the serial number of your weapon? It depends on the rifle
23. What are the major parts of your weapon? Stock, Action, Barrel, Trigger, Rear and Front Sights
24. What is the best safety mechanism on the rifle? A well trained Cadet that practices muzzle awareness and keeps his or her finger off the trigger until they are cleared to fire.
Created by: sarah.benedict