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DELAWARE COUNTY AIR FORCE
JUNIOR ROTC
11th ANNUAL INVITATIONAL DRILL MEET
FEBRUARY 15, 2014
Dedicated to the Memory of Chief Master Sergeant (Ret)
Richard Halsell, OH-012 ASI, 2000-2008
Rutherford B. Hayes High School
289 Euclid Ave
Delaware, OH 43015
Phone: (740) 833-1010 ext. 4201
Fax: (740) 833-1099
Email: [email protected]
A. MEMORANDUM FOR ALL INVITED AIR FORCE JROTC UNITS
FROM:
C/Lt. Col. Stark, Squadron Commander
C/Capt. Friend, Drill Team Commander
C/Capt. Davis, Assistant Drill Team Commander
SUBJECT:
Delaware County Air Force Junior ROTC Invitational Drill Meet
1.
The OH-012th AFJROTC Squadron at Rutherford B. Hayes High School. Delaware, Ohio, will
hold its Invitational Drill Meet on 15 February 2014.
2.
The following information contains all rules and regulations for the meet. If you have any
questions, please feel free to contact us at (740) 833-1010, ext. 4201.
3.
Please return the registration form (Attachment 8) or some facsimile thereof with needed
information to OH-012 AFJROTC no later than 24 Jan 2014.
I. GENERAL INFORMATION
(a)
Drill will be performed IAW AFMAN 36-2203 (Unarmed, Inspection & Unarmed
Knockout), AFI 36-2903 (Inspection) & AFM 3-21.5 (Color Guard, Armed & Armed
Knockout). Stylized movements in IDR competition are subject to penalty points. Stylized
movements are defined as the performance of an IDR maneuver that does not conform to the
above stated Regulations or Manuals
(b)
Events offered are listed on the attached registration form (Attachment 8). The $55.00
registration fee can be mailed with registration form or paid upon check-in at Rutherford B.
Hayes High School. Please make checks payable to Delaware County Junior ROTC.
(c)
Commander’s Call for Unit Drill Team Commanders and Advisors will be at 0730 in the
main gym.
(d)
(e)
There will be a $1.00 charge per cadet for knockout competition
All JROTC cadets must conform to current uniform directives IAW AFI 36-2903. Major
dress and appearance violations will result in disqualification from competition.
(f)
Everyone must attend Opening & Closing Ceremonies.
(g)
Quiz Bowl and Inspection are combined events and are given one set of trophies.
II. ELIGIBILITY/ARMS/UNIFORMS, etc.
(a)
Each regulation team must consist of at least six members, plus a commander for a total of
seven cadets. Inspection/Academic teams must have nine members plus a commander, for a
total of ten cadets.
(b)
Each member of an armed regulation team must be armed with a replica military style
weapon equipped with cushion recoil (“butt”) pad. Commanders must be armed with a sword,
saber, sidearm or replica style military weapon equipped with cushion recoil (“butt”) pad. The
rifle must weigh at least 8 pounds.
(c)
Each unit may enter only one team in each category.
(d)
All regulation drill teams will compete in service dress uniforms.
(e)
All participants in First Year drill routines must be cadets in their first year of JROTC or first
year on drill team. Please maintain the integrity of these events. See/contact a Delaware County
AFJROTC representative for possible exceptions.
III. EXHIBITION DRILL EVENTS
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Team exhibition events must be a minimum of five minutes and a maximum of eight
minutes long. Time starts when the first team member enters the drill floor and stops when the
last member exits the drill floor.
Each exhibition team will consist of at least six members plus a commander.
Each Armed Exhibition team member must be armed with a sword, saber, sidearm, or a
replica military style weapon equipped with cushion recoil (“butt”) pad, and it must weigh at
least 8 pounds.
Each unit may enter only one team in each team exhibition category.
IV. COLOR GUARD
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Units may enter one Advanced Color Guard, one First Year Color Guard team and one
Female Color Guard. Female Color Guard team members may either be first year or advanced
members. Please maintain the integrity of these events. Uniform latitude will be given providing
good military appearance is preserved (accessories, skirts, slacks, etc.).
Each team must consist of four members.
Each team will consist of two guards carrying replica military weapons weighing at least 8
pounds, and two flag bearers.
The commander will carry the American flag.
(e)
Color Guard will be conducted IAW Army Field Manual 3-21.5 and will march at quick
time. Slow time will incur 20 penalty points.
(f)
Female Color Guard members must compete using different apparatus than they did if they
were also on a First Year or Advanced team, i.e. a competitor who carried a flag in one event
must carry a rifle in the other event, and the carrier of a rifle in one event must carry a flag in the
other.
V. INSPECTION TEAM INFORMATION:
(a)
Team Commander will be asked three questions and all other team members will be asked
one question by the judge which is inspecting them. Questions will be asked from any of the
following: Chain of Command, rank, uniform and uniform items, and current event information.
See Atchs 6B & 7 Study Guides. (Study reference materials courtesy of PA-791 and OH-041).
(b)
1620 Service Dress is required. Each team must maintain uniformity (including the
commander). Corfram shoes and shoe taps are not authorized.
(c)
Teams will be evaluated on the proper execution in preparing and completion of team
inspection.
(d)
Quiz Bowl and Inspection are combined events and given one set of trophies.
VI. IDR KNOCKOUT
(a)
Authority for the Unarmed Knockout’s will be AFM 36-2203, Armed Knockout will be IAW
AFM 3-21.5.
(b)
There will be separate first year and advanced unarmed knockouts. New this year will be an
Armed Open Knockout. Both first and advanced members may enter this event. Only Rifles
that are authorized above may be used in this event. (See Sec. II. for details) Inspection Arms
must be able to be performed by the rifle.
(c)
A unit may enter the knockout event with as many cadets as it desires or as sees fit. There
will be a charge of $1.00 per each cadet who wishes to enter knockout.
(d)
Decisions made by the competition judges are final. Do not question the judge on why a
competitors was knocked out. Competitors will be given a legitimate reason for their
elimination. Trick commands will not be given; however, improper commands may be given.
Elimination of the last ten finalists will require the majority decision of all judges.
(e)
Judges have the authority to eliminate competitors for obvious dress and appearance
discrepancies, but the knockout will NOT be preceded by inspections of competitors.
(f)
Cadets who are first years may participate in all three knockouts; first year, advanced and
armed knockouts. Cadets who are advanced members may only participate in advanced knockout
and the armed knockout.
VII. ACADEMIC QUIZ BOWL
(a)
(b)
Each team must consist of ten (10) cadets. The examination will consist of fifty (50)
multiple-choice questions to be answered on standard Scantron forms. Please ensure all erasures
are thorough if applicable. See Attachment 6 Study Guide. (Study reference material courtesy
of PA-791 and OH-041).
Each team will be given 10 minutes to complete the examination.
VIII. JUDGES AND SCORING
(a)
Judges will be assigned for each class of competition and informed on their job and knockout
standards.
(b)
Each team event will receive meet points for determination of over-all winner. Point scoring
will be 50, 40, 30, 20, and 10, with 50 for first place. No meet points will be given for teams
placing below fifth place.
IX.
(c)
Exhibitions and knockout will not count toward overall points. Exhibition trophies will be
awarded for 1st through 3rd place and knockout medals will be awarded for 1st through 10th place.
(d)
In the event of a tie for over-all winner, the team with the highest total IDR scores will
prevail.
(e)
In the event of a tie in any event, the team with the highest score in the Unarmed IDR event
will prevail.
(f)
Boundary violations will result in 5 points deducted for each infraction.
(g)
All teams are required to verbally report in.
(h)
Scores given by the judges are final. Absolutely no appeals will be considered.
LOGISTICS:
(a) Please inspect your rooms before your team enters and report any unusual conditions to the
command post.
(b) Food will be provided from the start of the drill meet until the start of the knockout session.
Food/drinks must be consumed in the cafeteria, as they are not permitted in the rooms. Revenues will be
used for administrative costs, so please do not bring in food from outside sources.
(c) Room Usage and Security:
1. Please leave the room as you found it upon arrival. Classroom items and items belonging to the
school, i.e. office supplies, TV/VCR, computer, and etc. are not to be touched. An exception
would be the chalk/dry erase markers and board to be used for information purposes only. Clean
off any markings you made on these board before departing.
2. Room security is necessary at all times. Room guards will be provided by the host unit, and can
be consulted for any needs, which they will pass on to the responsible event managers. Room
guards will watch for obvious, suspicious activities, but they cannot possibly recognize each
member of a team by sight and identify a member of another team entering a room. Please make
sure that a chaperone or authorized individual is in your room at all times to the maximum
extent possible to ensure room security. To the maximum extent possible, secure valuable
personal property out of sight in closed or locked bags or containers. Extremely high value
items such as cash, credit cards, etc., should be given to a chaperone or authorized person or
carried on the cadet’s person. Common sense protection of personal property must prevail.
3. As your team leaves the building, please make sure that the room you have occupied for the
duration of the meet is cleaned to the highest standards, as if you were never in the building.
Leave all classroom items untouched and just as they were when you first entered the room. Any
missing or destroyed items will be noted and that team may be contacted and possibly fined for
the cost of the items.
4. No shoe polish is to be used anywhere in the building. If you must polish shoes please step
outside the building.
5. No body sprays, colognes, perfumes etc. are to be sprayed inside the building, please.
(d)
Cadet Behavior
1. Military image must be maintained. If any act unbecoming of a cadet/drill team member is
reported and substantiated, the unit could be penalized 50 points from the final score of their best
event. This includes not maintaining an orderly atmosphere in the hallways and in the cafeteria.
2. Event totals will be re-evaluated for trophies. If that change causes the team to lose a trophy, the
trophy will be recalled and re-awarded. Failure to maintain proper decorum may result in
disqualification and forfeiture of awards
3. Squadron and/or Drill Team Commanders are responsible at all times for the conduct of their
personnel, and knowledge of their competition times and drill meet rules. The time to clarify any
uncertainty is at the Commander’s Call.
4. Standard customs and courtesies will be practiced during the drill meet – respect will be afforded
to the colors, officers, enlisted, and all cadets and civilians. Common sense courtesy must
prevail. Render proper courtesy and make way when a team is marching down a hall. In
extremely congested, high-traffic areas, it is not necessary to halt every time an officer passes but
a courteous greeting of the day should be rendered. Loud, uncontrolled, disrespectful cadets,
staff, or visitors will not be tolerated. Violations could result in dismissal from the meet at the
discretion of meet officials.
5. Tobacco products, alcohol, or illegal drugs in any form will not be tolerated in any school
building, school property, or school transportation vehicle at any time or under any condition.
Any youth in violation of these prohibitions may be reported to our local law enforcement
agency.
XI. AWARDS
(a)
Grand Champion: The grand champion is the team with the highest total meet points.
(b)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Individual/Team Awards:
1st year Knockout
Advanced Knockout
Armed Knockout
Inspection/Academic Quiz Bowl
First Year IDR w/o weapons
First Year IDR w/weapons
First Year Color Guard
Female Color Guard
Advanced IDR w/o weapons
Advanced IDR w/weapons
Advanced Color Guard
Unarmed Exhibition
Armed Exhibition
Delaware Drill Meet Champions
1st - 10th medals
1st - 10th medals
1st - 10th medals
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
1st - 3rd trophy
XII. COMMUNICATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
(a)
A communications network will be maintained by the registration table, and drill meet office
(room 601). If you have an emergency or need assistance/information, make contact with the
SASI, ASI, and registration table or drill meet office. Cadet Event managers will be on the move
throughout the building throughout the day, identified by their black and yellow walkie-talkies.
They can refer you to the proper persons for your questions.
XIII. MISCELLANEOUS:
(a)
(b)
Photographers: No photographers will be allowed on the drill floor. All photography/video
recording is to be done in the designated spectator areas. Please no flash photography during
any of the routines.
Camcorders are allowed in the provided seating areas in each of the drill performance areas.
Event location and timetable.
Event:
Registration
Commander’s Call
Opening Ceremonies
Practice Areas
Inspection
First Year/Adv. Unarmed IDR
First Year/Adv. Armed IDR
Color Guards
Lunch Break
Armed Exhibition
Unarmed Exhibition
Knockout
Awards Ceremonies
Location:
Parking Lot Doors
Main Gym
Main Gym
Rear Parking Lot
Band Room (35X25)
Main Gym (94X50)
Aux. Gym (84X50)
Main Gym (50X47)
Cafeteria
Aux. Gym (84X50)
Main Gym (94X50)
Main Gym
Main Gym
Time:
0700-0725
0730-0745
0800-0830
As needed
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
As needed
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
ATTACHMENT 1
ADVANCED UNARMED IDR
Commanders will give necessary commands to position their team centered in front of the head
judge in proper alignment.
1. Present Arms (report in)
2. Order Arms
3. Open Ranks March
4. Ready Front
5. Close Ranks March
6. Parade Rest
7. Team Attention
8. Left Face
9. About Face
10. Right Face
11. About Face
12. Left Step March
13. Team Halt
14. Right Face
15. Count Off
16. Close March
17. Extend March
18. Left Face
19. Right Step March
20. Team Halt
21. Right Face
22. Forward March
23. Half Step March
24. Forward March
25. Column Right March
26. Forward March
27. Column Right March
28. Forward March
29. Right Flank March
30. Left Flank March
31. Column Left March
32. Forward March
33. Close March
34. Forward March
35. Extend March
36. Forward March
37. Column Left March
38. Forward March
39. Team Halt
40. Column Half Left March
41. Change Step March
42. Column Half Right March
43. Change Step March
44. Team Halt
45. Column of Files/Two’s From The Right
46. Forward March
47. Column Right March
48. Forward March
49. Right Flank March
50. Left Flank March
51. Column Right March
52. Forward March
53. Team Halt
54. Double Time March
55. Quick Time March
56. Mark Time March
57. Team Halt
58. Column of Twos/Three’s (4’s) Reform
59. To The Rear March
60. To The Rear March
61. Column Right March
62. Forward March
63. Column Right March
64. Forward March
65. Column Left March
66. Forward March
67. Column Left March
68. Forward March
69. Eyes Right (considered as report out)
70. Ready Front
ATTACHMENT 2
FIRST YEAR UNARMED IDR
Commanders will give necessary commands to position their team centered in front of the head
judge in proper alignment.
1. Present Arms (report in)
2. Order Arms
3. Parade Rest
4. Team Attention
5. Left Step March
6. Team Halt
7. Forward March
8. Team Halt
9. Right Step March
10. Team Halt
11. Open Ranks March
12. Ready Front
13. Close Ranks March
14. Eyes Right
15. Ready Front
16. Right Face
17.Close March
18. Extend March
19. Left Face
20. Dress Right Dress
21. Ready Front
22. Right Face
23. Forward March
24. Change Step March
25. Count Cadence Count
26.Column Right March
27. Forward March
28. To The Rear March
29. Left Flank March
30. Right Flank March
31. To The Rear March
32. Close March
33. Forward March
34. Extend March
35. Forward march
36. Column Right March
37. Forward March
38. Right Flank March
39. Team Halt
40. Forward March
41. Left Flank March
42. Column Right March
43. Forward March
44. Right Flank March
45. Left Flank March
46. To The Rear March
47. To The Rear March
48. Half Step March
49. Forward March
50. Column Right March
51. Forward March
52. Team Halt
53. Left Face
54. Present Arms (report out)
ATTACHMENT 3
ADVANCED ARMED IDR
Commanders will give necessary commands to position their team centered in front of the head
judge in proper alignment.
** Inspection arms must be given before entering and after leaving the drill floor**
1. Present Arms (Report In)
2. Order Arms
3. Inspection Arms
4. Ready Port Arms
5. Order Arms
6. Right Shoulder Arms
7. Left Shoulder Arms
8. Port Arms
9. Order Arms
10. Right Face
11. Left Face
12. About Face
13. About Face
14. Stand at Ease
15. Team Attention
16. Left Step March
17. Team Halt
18. Count Off
19. Close Interval March
20. Normal Interval March
21. Right Step March
22. Team Halt
23. Backwards March
24. Team Halt
25. Right Shoulder Arms
26. Forward March
27. Right Flank March
28. Close March
29. Forward March
30. Extend March
31. Forward March
32. Team Halt
33. Forward March
34. Column Right March
35. Forward March
36. Column Right March
37. Forward March
38. Right Flank March
39. Left Flank March
40. Team Halt
41. Forward March
42. Port Arms
43. Left Shoulder Arms
44. Port Arms
45. Right Shoulder Arms
46. Column Left March
47. Forward March
48. Column Left March
49. Forward March
50. Team Halt
51. Column Of Files From The Right
52. Forward March
53. Column Half Left March
54. Change Step March
55. Column Half Left March
56. Change Step March
57. Team Halt
58. Column of Twos/Three’s (4’s) Reform
59. Forward March
60. Rear March
61. Rear March
62. Mark-Time March
63. Forward March
64. Team Halt
65. Forward March
66. Column Left March
67. Forward March
68. Eyes Right
(Considered as Reporting out)
69. Ready Front
(Move your team off the floor-not graded)
ATTACHMENT 3(A)
FIRST YEAR ARMED IDR
Commanders will give necessary commands to position their team centered in front of the head
judge in proper alignment.
** Inspection arms must be given before entering and after leaving the drill floor**
1. Present Arms (Report In)
2. Order Arms
3. Inspection Arms
4. Ready Port Arms
5. Order Arms
6. Right Shoulder Arms
7. Left Shoulder Arms
8. Port Arms
9. Order Arms
10. Right Face
11. Left Face
12. About Face
13. About Face
14. Stand at Ease
15. Team Attention
16. Left Step March
17. Team Halt
18. Dress Right Dress
19. Ready Front
20. Right Step March
21. Team Halt
22. Right Face
23. Right Shoulder Arms
24. Forward March
25. Close March
26. Forward March
27. Extend March
28. Forward March
29. Team Halt
30. Forward March
31. Column Right March
32. Forward March
33. Column Right March
34. Forward March
35. Right Flank March
36. Left Flank March
37. Team Halt
38. Forward March
39. Port Arms
40. Left Shoulder Arms
41. Port Arms
42. Right Shoulder Arms
43. Column Left March
44. Forward March
45. Column Left March
46. Forward March
47. Team Halt
48. Column Of Files From The Right
49. Forward March
50. Column Half Left March
51. Change Step March
52. Column Half Left March
53. Change Step March
54. Team Halt
55. Column of Twos/Three’s (4’s) Reform
56. Forward March
57. Rear March
58. Rear March
59. Mark-Time March
60. Forward March
61. Team Halt
62. Forward March
63. Column Left March
64. Forward March
65. Eyes Right
(Considered as Reporting out)
66. Ready Front
(Move your team off the floor-not graded)
ATTACHMENT 4
COLOR GUARD (ADVANCED, FEMALE, AND FIRST YEAR)
Inspection arms must be given before entering and exiting the drill floor
* Commanders must supplement commands as needed (Uncase)*
1. Inspection Arms
2. Color Guard Attention
3. Close Interval Dress Right Dress
4. Ready Front
5. Carry Colors
6. Forward March
7. Right Wheel March
8. Forward March
9. Color Guard Halt
10. Uncase Colors*
11. Order Colors
12. Parade Rest
13. Attention
14. Carry Colors
15. Forward March
16. Color Guard Halt
17. Present Colors (Report In)
18. Carry Colors
19. Colors Reverse March
20. Forward March
21. Right About March
22. Forward March
23. Left Wheel March
24. Forward March
25. Colors Reverse March
26. Forward March
27. Left Wheel March
28. Forward March
29. Left Wheel March
30. Forward March
31. Eyes Right (Considered as reporting out)(Scoring continues until after step 40 )
32. Ready Front
33. Left Wheel March
34. Forward March
35. Left Wheel March
36. Forward March
37. Color Guard Halt
38. Order Colors
39. Inspection Arms
40. Color Guard Dismissed
(Exit Drill Floor)
ATTACHMENT 5
DRILL FLOOR DIMENSIONS
FLOOR 1: MAIN GYM
(94 FT X 50 FT)
FLOOR 2: AUXILIARY GYM
(84 FT X 50 FT)
COLOR GUARD FLOOR:
(MAIN GYM)
(50 FT X 47 FT)
INSPECTION FLOOR:
(BAND ROOM) (35 FT X 25 FT)
ATTACHMENT 6
Study Guide for the Academic Quiz Bowl Challenge / Delaware Drill Competition 2013
--“Duty, Honor, Country” is the motto of West Point.
--The slogan of the Air Force is “Above All”
--The Slogan of the Marine Corps is “Semper Fidelis”
--There are 6 white stripes on the American flag.
--There are 7 red stripes on the American flag.
--The nickname of D-Day was Operation Overlord.
--The total cost of the Manhattan Project was $2 billion.
-- The United States Air Force was established in 1947.
--West Point was established in 1802
--The Naval Academy was founded in 1845.
--Fidel Castro took control of Cuba in 1959.
--Korea was divided at the 38th parallel.
--The Cold War lasted from 1945-1989.
--The USAF Academy was established in 1954
--No other objects can be placed on top of a flag when it is placed on a casket
--The Pentagon is divided into 5 parts; the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and the Department
of Defense.
--The Air National Guard is headquartered in Washington, DC.
--Reveille signifies the start of the official duty day.
--The Air Combat Command acts as the primary provider of combat air forces.
--Dr. Robert H. Goddard has been called “the father of modern rocketry”
--General Eisenhower was from the class of 1915 at West Point.
--The USAF Academy is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
--Upon graduation from a military academy, you are awarded a bachelor degree and commissioned as
a second lieutenant.
--The Naval Academy is the resting place for the Revolutionary War naval hero John Paul Jones.
--Otto Lilienthal has been called “the father of modern aviation”. He was the first practical aviator.
ATTACHMENT 6 (CONT.)
--During World War I, Germany used airships called Zeppelins for observation and bombing raids.
--Manfred Von Richthofen was the “ace of aces” for Germany during World War I with 80 victories.
--Edward V. Rickenbacker was the United State’s “ace of aces” during World War I with 26 victories.
--The Allied invasion of Europe during World War II began on June 6, 1944.
--The German Air Force from 1935 through World War II was known as the Luftwaffe
--On August 6, 1945, an American bomber (B-29), the Enola Gay, dropped an atomic bomb on
Hiroshima, Japan.
--Vietnam, like Korea and Germany was one of the countries divided after World War II.
--When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, they crippled a ship so badly that it was turned it into a
memorial. That ship is the U.S.S. Arizona.
--The first major US victories during WWII were at Coral Sea and Midway in June 1942.
--On October 14, 1947, with Air Force Captain Charles “Chuck” Yeager at the controls, the X-1
aircraft flew faster than the speed of sound.
--Vietnam was the first war to incorporate the large-scale use of computers
--Although helicopters were used late in World War II, it was during the Korean Conflict the
helicopter saw the first large-scale use and proved their effectiveness.
--The commander of the US Forces in Vietnam was General Westmoreland.
--The purpose of Linebacker-I/II campaigns was to cut off supplies to Communist in South Vietnam.
--The North Korean People’s Army crossed the 38th Parallel to invade the south on June 15, 1950.
--American flyers used the swept-wing Saber jet in the Korean War.
--Iraq agreed to cease-fire on February 28, 1991, and although infrequent fighting continued for a few
more days, the Gulf War was officially over.
-- During the Gulf War pilots employed 7,400 tons of precision-guided munitions--called smart bombs
--The monkeys that lifted off into space on May 28, 1959 were named Abel and Baker.
--Air Force Core Values are: Integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.
--Integrity is morally and ethically doing what is right even when no one is looking.
-- For male cadets, the Model Rocketry badge is worn 2 inches below the Academy of Model
Aeronautic (AMA) wings or 3 inches below left welt pocket if no AMA wings are worn.
-- For female cadets the Model Rocketry badge is centered above the ribbons or the left welt pocket
-- Cadet must know ribbons and other awards he/she wears on the uniform. Center ribbons on but
not over the edge of the left pocket of the service coat—wear 3 or 4 ribbons in a row
-- The Kitty Hawk badge is centered above the nametag
ATTACHMENT 6B
Chain of Command
COMMANDER IN CHIEF:
The Honorable Barack H. Obama
VICE PRESIDENT:
The Honorable Joseph Biden
SECRETARY OF STATE:
The Honorable John Kerry
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE:
The Honorable Chuck Hagel
SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE:
The Honorable Deborah Lee James
CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF:
General Martin E. Dempsey, US Army
CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE AIR FORCE:
General Mark A. Welsh III
CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE ARMY:
General Raymond T. Odierno
CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS:
Admiral Johnathan W. Greenert
COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS:
General James F. Amos
COMMANDANT OF THE COAST GUARD:
Admiral Robert J. Papp Jr
ATTACHMENT 6C
PHONETIC ALPHABET
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Alpha
Bravo
Charlie
Delta
Echo
Foxtrot
Golf
Hotel
India
Juliet
Kilo
Lima
Mike
November
Oscar
Papa
Quebec
Romeo
Sierra
Tango
Uniform
Victor
Whiskey
X-ray
Yankee
Zulu
ATTACHMENT 7
Study Guide for Inspection Team
- The military uniform is the public symbol of the nation’s defense forces
- The military uniform represents a long and honorable tradition of devotion to duty in
the service of one’s country
- The key elements of maintaining a high standard of dress and personal appearance while
wearing the (Air Force) uniform are: neatness, cleanliness, safety, and military image
- The word “uniform” means a distinctive mode of dress
- Cadets are expected to honor the uniform—to wear it properly and with pride
- Air Force Junior ROTC Instruction (AFJROTCI) 36-2001 provides details on fitting
standards and wearing instructions for the uniform and personal grooming requirements
- The cadet is responsible to maintain all uniform items in a clean and orderly condition
during the school year and when he/she turns in the uniform
- The service coat sleeve length should extend one-quarter inch from the heel of the thumb
when the arms are hanging naturally at the side
- The service coat should extend 3 to 3.5 inches below the top of the thigh
- The backs of the trousers or slacks should be seven-eighths inch longer than the front
- Cadets may not wear earphones or headphones while in uniform, unless required for duty
- While in uniform, cadets may wear a wristwatch and no more than three rings at any one
time
- Bracelets may be worn if they are neat and conservative, but must not detract from the
military image and must not be wider than one inch
- Female cadets may wear earrings if the earrings are conservative and kept within sensible
limits. For example, female cadets may wear one small spherical (diamond, gold, white
pearl, or silver) pierced or clip earring on each earlobe
- Eyeglasses must not have any ornaments on the frames or lenses
ATTACHMENT 7 (CONT.)
- Cadets in uniform are not allowed to attach or display objects, articles, jewelry, or
ornamentation to or through the ear (except females wearing conservative earrings) nose,
tongue, or any exposed body part (including anything that might be visible through the
uniform)
- For female cadets, the hair should be no longer than the bottom of the collar edge at the
back of the neck.
- For female cadets, pins, combs, barrettes, or similar items used in the hair must be plain,
similar in color to the cadet’s hair, and modest in size
- For female cadets, the length of the skirt may not vary beyond the top and bottom of the
kneecap
- For female cadets, hosiery must be worn with the skirt and must be neutral brown, black,
off-black, or a dark blue shade that complements the uniform and your skin tone
- For male cadets, the hair must not contain large amounts of grooming aids such as greasy
creams, oils, and sprays that remain visible in the hair
- For male cadets, the hair should not exceed 1 ¼ inch in bulk regardless of length
- For male cadets, you may not dye your hair an unusual color or one that contrasts with
your natural coloring
- For male cadets, sideburns must be neatly trimmed and tapered in the same manner as the
haircut—sideburns may not extend below the lowest part of the outer ear opening
- AFJROTC (left sleeve) or unit (right sleeve) patches are ½ to 1 inch below shoulder seam
and centered
- Cadet rank insignia on the service coat is placed halfway up the seam, resting on the seam
but not over it. The bottom of the insignia is horizontal with the ground
- Cadet rank insignia on the flight cap is centered top to bottom on the left front of the cap
and 1 ½ inches from the front of the cap
- For male cadets, the Awareness Presentation Team (APT) badge on the service coat is 3
inches below the top of the right welt pocket
For female cadets, the APT badge is centered above the nametag on the service coat
ATTACHMENT 7 (CONT.)
Cadet Officer Grade Insignia:
Cadet Second Lieutenant (C/2Lt):
Chevron of 1 inverted stripe
Cadet First Lieutenant (C/1Lt):
Chevron of 2 inverted stripes
Cadet Captain (C/Capt.):
Chevron of 3 inverted stripes
Cadet Major (C/Maj):
Chevron of 1 doublewide
inverted stripe
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel (C/Lt.Col):
Chevron of 2 inverted stripes; 1
doublewide; regular
Cadet Colonel (C/Col):
Chevron of 3 inverted stripes; 1
doublewide; 2 regular
Cadet Enlisted Grade Insignia:
Cadet Airman (C/Amn):
Pointed Chevron of 1 stripe, with
Cadet Master Sergeant (C/MSgt):
torch in the middle
Cadet Airman First Class (C/A1C):
Pointed Chevron of 2 stripes, with
torch in the middle
Cadet Senior Airman (C/SrA):
Pointed Chevron of 3 stripes, with
Pointed Chevron of 6 stripes,
with one stripe inverted above the torch
in the middle
Cadet Senior Master Sergeant
(C/SMSgt):
Pointed Chevron of 7 stripes, with
torch in the middle
2 stripes inverted above the torch in the
Cadet Staff Sergeant (C/SSgt):
middle
Pointed Chevron of 4 stripes, with
torch in the middle
Cadet Chief Master Sergeant
(C/CMSgt):
Cadet Technical Sergeant (C/TSgt):
Pointed Chevron of 8 stripes, with
Pointed Chevron of 5 stripes,
3 stripes inverted above the torch in the
with torch in the middle
middle
ATTACHMENT 8
Registration Form, Delaware County Annual Invitational Drill Meet 2014
NAME OF SCHOOL ______________________________UNIT NUMBER__________
ADDRESS ______________________________________________________________
PHONE NUMBER ______________________________________________________
DRILL TEAM COMMANDER __________________________________
DRILL TEAM COACH _______________________________________
Please return registration form NLT 24 January 2014– The first 12 entries will be
accepted.
A flat fee of $55.00 is required for entry. Please make check out to Delaware County
JROTC or pay the day of the drill meet.
NOTE: Only one team will be allowed to compete in each category
Participation categories (Check each that applies).
_____ Advanced Armed IDR
_____ Advanced Unarmed IDR
_____ First Year Armed IDR
_____ First Year Unarmed IDR
_____ Armed Exhibition
_____ Unarmed Exhibition
_____ Advanced Color Guard (one team)
_____ Female Color Guard (one team)
_____ First Year Color Guard (one team)
_____ Inspection & Academic Quiz
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