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JROTC Interview Let 3

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In the army values what does the 'L' represent and what does it mean. L stands for Loyalty which means bear true faith and allegiance to the US constitution,the army, your unit, and other soldiers.
in the army values what does the 'D' represent and what does it mean. d stands for duty which means to fufill your obligation
in the army values what does the 'R' represent and what does it mean. r stands for respect which means to treat people as they should be treated.
in the army value what does the 'S' represent and what does it mean. r represents selfless service which means to put welfare of the ation. the army, and your subordinates before your own.
in the army value what does the 'H' represent and what does it mean. h stands for honor hich means to live up all the army values.
in the army value what does the 'I' represent and what does it mean. i stands for intergrity which means to do whats right legally, and morally
in the army value what does the 'P' represent and what does it mean. p mstands for personal courage which mean to face fear, danger, or adversity (physically or moral)
what is the proper way to adress an officer. Male:Sir, Female:Ma'm
how are noncommisioned officers adress. CSM: command sargent major,1SG: first sergeant,CPL: corporal others sergeant
when enlisted soldier is talking to an oficer, waht position should he/se be at? position of attention, or parade rest.
when companying a senior, what side should you walk on? Left.
when do you salure indoors when reporting.
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