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A group of questions that relate to Marine Corps JROTC.

What is the ability to influence, lead, or guide others so as to accomplish a mission on the manner desired. Leadership
list three three aspects of leadership. Purpose, Direction, and Motivation
What is Direction? Giving others the knowledge to complete a task
_____is giving others the will to do what they are capable of doing. Motivation
What are Ethics? a set of standards or value system by which human actions are determined to be right or wrong good or evil.
____ are defined as conforming to an established set of codes or accepted notions of right or wrong. Morals
Define Honor (in respect to Marines) The quality that guides Marines to exemplify ethical and moral behavior.
List 4 examples of honorable behavior. Never lie, cheat or steal. Respect human dignity. Respect and concern for each other. Accountability for your actions.
The three Marine Corps core values are: Honor, Courage, Commitment
Define Courage. (only the mental side of it) a mental quality that recognizes fear of danger or criticism, but enables the leader to proceed in the face of it.
What is the acronym used to remember the 14 leadership traits? JJ DID TIE BUCKLE
Define justice. being fair and consistent
Define Judgement the ability to think clearly and calmly in order to make good decisions
Define Dependability being relied upon to perform your duties properly.
____ is taking action in the absence of any clearly defined orders. Initiative
____ is the ability to make good decisions without delay Decisivness
____ is dealing with others without causing offense Tact
Define integrity To be honest and truthful in your actions and words
Define Enthusiasm The sincere interest and exuberance in the performance of your duties.
Define Bearing Your appearance and the way you conduct and cary yourself.
____ means you avoid making yourself comfortable at the expense of others unselfishness
____ is the mental or physical quality that allows you to face your fear and overcome it. courage
____ is acquiring information and understanding people. Knowledge
Define loyalty. Devotion to country, corps, and to your superiors, peers, and subordinates.
Define Endurance The mental and physical stamina that is measured by your ability to withstand pain, fatigue, stress, and hardship.
When did congress pass a resolution that the flag of the 13 United States be thirteen stripes alternating red and white with 13 stars? June 14 1777
The____ _ ____ was first used in public schools to celebrate Columbus day. Pledge of Allegiance
On what date did adopt the pledge in an act? June 22, 1942
The term "under God" was added to the pledge in what year? 1954
In what month and year did the british attack Baltimore, Maryland? September 1813
The british sailed up the ____ ____to attack Baltimore. Chesapeake bay
_______ defended the baltimore harbor. Fort McHenry
Who was a washington lawyer involved in the british attack on the baltimore harbor? Francis Scott Key
Francis Scott Key wrote the poem_______ in remembrance of the british attack on the baltimore harbor. "the defense of Fort McHenry"
Congress confirmed that "the defense of Fort McHenry" be called the national anthem on what year? 1931
How many verses are there in the Star spangled banner? 4 verses
"the defense of Fort McHenry" is also called what? The Star Spangled Banner
What is the 5th line of the Star Spangled banner? And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
What did the colony of Pennsylvania purchase for $300.00? The Liberty Bell
Where did the liberty bell gets its name? When it was used as a symbol for the abolition of slavery.
What is a government under which voters elect their representatives. Representative Democracy
The _____ was inspired by Thomas Jefferson and drafted by James Madison. The bill of rights
What is one of the rights granted by the first amendment? Freedom of speech
What is one of the rights granted by the second amendment? The right to bear arms
What is one of the rights granted by the third amendment? quartering of soldiers
What is one of the rights granted by the fourth amendment? search and seizure
What is one of the rights granted by the fifth amendment? criminal proceedings and due process
What is one of the rights granted by the sixth amendment? the right to trial by jury
What is one of the rights granted by the seventh amendment? the right to a civil trial
What is one of the rights granted by the eight amendment? punishment of crimes
What is the purpose of the MCJROTC program? To instill a value of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment.
List the five MCJROTC subject areas. Leadership, Citizenship, Personal growth and responsibility, Career exploration and public service, and General military subjects
Who is the secretary of the navy? (2-15-2012) The Honorable Mr. Raymond E. Maybus, Jr.
Who is the director of MVJROTC? Dr. William E. McHenry
One benefit of completing MCJROTC. Promotion potential in the military.
One benefit of completing MCJROTC. Advanced placement in ROTC
One benefit of completing MCJROTC. Potential for early application to MC Platoon Leaders Class.
What is used within MCJROTC to classify Cadets Rank
Cadets in the MCJROTC ar promoted based on_____, _____, and _____. Ability, Experience, and Potential
What do awards do? They publicly recognize meritorious service and outstanding achievement that distinguishes an individual or unit from others.
Describe the rank insignia of a cadet Captain. Three silver wafers
Describe the rank of a cadet gunnery sergeant. Three stripes up, two stripes down, and a lamp of learning in the center.
Who wares Three stripes up, four stripes down, and a lamp of learning in the center? Cadet Sergeant Major
Who wares two silver diamonds? Cadet Lieutenant Colonel
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