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  • A Distinguished Unit

    TX - 945

  • MISSION STATEMENTSAIR FORCE

    AFJROTC

    TX-945

  • DEFINITIONSDISCIPLINEDRILLLEADERSHIPMILITARY BEARINGINTEGRITYCERT

  • CODESCADET HONOR CODE

    AMERICAN CREED

    AIR FORCE CORE VALUES

  • TODAY IS: 19 April 2011

    Last 6-Weeks Schedule

    DRILL PRACTIC FOR FLIGHT OF THE YEAR AND PROMOTIONS

  • GOALSCADETACADEMIC KITTY HAWK HONOR SOCIETYHEALTH AND WELLNESS PPFPCORPSSCHOOL SUPPORT 35 ACTIVITIESPROMOTE PATRIOTISM 10 ACTIVITIESCOMMUNITYSERVICE - 2500 SERVICE HOURSCONCERN - $3,000 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

  • OUTSTANDING FLIGHTPROMOTION DATEUNIFORM WEAR DATEDRILL PERFORMANCE DATEACS COLLECTIONTRAFFIC PATROLCELL PHONES

  • MISSION - AIR FORCE To Deliver Sovereign Options for the Defense of the United States of America and its Global Interests

    To Fly and Fight in Air, Space and Cyberspace

  • AIR FORCEMISSION

  • Mission - AFJROTCTo Develop Citizens of CharacterDedicated to Serving our Nation and our Community

  • Mission - TX-945Tomorrows Leaders in Training Today

  • MISSION - CERTDOING THE GREATEST GOOD FOR THE GREATEST AMOUNT

  • Cadet Honor codeI will love and revere my God and my country. I will be loyal to my school, obey its leaders, and help enforce its rules and regulations. I will take pride in JROTC through my appearance and my actions. I will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do. I am an Air Force JROTC cadet, a citizen of character, dedicated to serving my nation and my community.

  • The Americans CreedI believe in the United States of America, as a government of the people, by the people and for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic, a sovereign nation of many sovereign states; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice,, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes.I, therefore, believe it is my duty to my country to love it, to support its constitution, to obey its laws, to respect its flag and to defend it against all enemies

  • THE SWITCH S: SERVE (the corps, school, community, nation) W: with I: INTEGRITY T: TRUSTWORTHINESS C: COURAGE H: HUMILITY

  • DISCIPLINEThat Mental AttitudeAndState of TrainingThat Renders Innate ObedienceUnder all Circumstances

  • DRILLA necessary skill in the Military profession That when done well, Has a unifying effect that promotes

  • LEADERSHIPThe Art ofDirecting And InfluencingThe People to Accomplish the Mission

  • MILITARY BEARINGTHE ABILITY TO MAINTAIN VERBAL AND PHYSICAL COMPOSURE

  • ROLLCALL

  • TODAY

  • Wellness FactsWhen you think of Strength what comes to your mind?Would you be surprised to know that there are different types of strength, and how you train or work out will impact your muscular strength and or muscular endurance?

  • STRENGTHStrength : the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to generate force.Absolute strength is the Max Amount of force that can be generated during one Max Effort. Dynamic Strength (muscular endurance) is the ability of a muscle to contract repeatedly over time.Both Absolute and Dynamic Strength are needed when dealing with health related fitness.something to think about.

  • Key Elements of Dress and Appearance

    NeatnessCleanlinessSafetyMilitary Image

  • DrillA Major factor in the development of :ConfidencePoiseDisciplineNeatnessPrecision

  • GOALSCADETACADEMICHEALTH AND WELLNESSSCHOOLSUPPORTSERVICECOMMUNITYSUPPORTSERVICECORPSCOMMUNICATIONSESPRIT D CORPS

  • CADET GOAL - ACADEMIC KTTY HAWK HONOR SOCIETY OPR: Cadet SSgt Rivera

    GOAL = 40 MEMBERSCURRENT STATUS =PROJECTION=

  • CADET GOALHEALTH AND WELLNESSPRESIDENTS CHALLENGE OPR: Cadet Lt Martinez

    GOAL = 75% of Corps will earn the National Physical Fitness Award while 20% will earn the Presidential Physical Fitness AwardCURRENT STATUS =PROJECTION:

  • SCHOOL GOALSERVICEOPR- Cadet Michael HarrisGOAL: Promote Patriotism throughout the campus by sponsoring at least 10 school wide activities.CURRENT STATUS: As of 1 October2 completedPOW/MIA 17 SeptemberSalute a Recruit 27 September

  • SCHOOL GOALSUPPORTACTIVE SCHOOL INVOLVEMENTOPR-Cadet Lt Aguirre

    GOAL: Participate in/support at least 35 school eventsCURRENT STATUS:

  • Community GoalSERVICEOPR: Cadet Lt SpicerLog in 2500 hours of Service capturing the Silver medal from the Presidential Volunteer Service Awards Program, with 100% corps participation

  • COMMUNITY GOALSERVICEAdopt an Organization OPR: Cadet TSgt Byrd

    The Corps will adopt a charitable/ service organization, donating at least 100 service hours and at least $3,000 in its support.

  • CORPS GOALCOMMUNICATIONCADCOM OPR: Cadet Nickolas Jackson

    The Senior High Cadets will Stay Connected with the 9th Grade cadets by producing weekly videos that will be posted to the JROTC Webpage.Status as of 1 October2 videos

  • Uniform Tip - JacketGrade Insignia is centered left to right, parallel to the ground and 1 above inner edge of the collarZipper is zipped at least half-way

  • Uniform Tip Shoe ShineShoes must be shined to a high glossHeals and soles must be blackShoes must be clean at all times

  • Uniform Tip Short Sleeved Shirt - FemaleName tag: centered on right side, parallel with the ground, even with to 1 inches higher or lower than the first exposed buttonRibbons: centered, parallel with ground. Align with bottom of name tag.LOTC Badge: centered, inch above name tagRank: Centered top to bottom, left to right, with the tip of the torch pointed toward the tip of the collar

  • Uniform tip Short Sleeve Shirt - MaleName Tag: Grounded and centered over right pocketRibbons: Grounded and centered over left pocketLOTC Badge: centered, inch above name tagRank insignia: on collar, centered top to bottom, left to right, with the tip of the torch pointed toward the tip of the collar

  • The Hand Salute

    What is a SaluteA Greeting a Show of RespectWho do you Salute?All OfficersThe Junior Salutes the Senior first

  • The SaluteWhen do you SaluteWhen OutdoorsWhen you reportWhen in UniformMilitary Officers are to be Saluted even if in civilian clothes

  • The SaluteHow do you saluteRight handOnly at the position of attentionA Salute is accompanied by a verbal greeting

  • Uniform Tip Service CoatGrade Insignia is worn on both lapels. AB wear lapel insignia. Place insignia halfway up the seam, resting on but not over it. Bottom of insignia is horizontal with the groundButtons are buttoned at all timesTie MUST be worn with the Service CoatDo NOT wear Service Coat to school unless directed to do so by the instructor

  • Acronyms and Abbreviations toAFJROTCSASIASIASAPCIATX-945E2-CCERTCOQNCONCOIC OICKHAS

  • Telephone Procedures:When trying to use the phone:Stand at attention. Sir/Maam permission to use your aerospace telephonic communications device Sir/ Maam

  • ARE YOU IN THE RIGHTPLACE???

    SURE YOU ARE!THANKS FOR BEING HERE!

  • THE SWITCH S: SERVE (the corps, school, community, nation) W: with I: INTEGRITY T: TRUSTWORTHINESS C: COURAGE H: HUMILITY

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