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JROTC
CADETS

CADET
CREED
.

I am an Army Junior ROTC Cadet.

 

I will always conduct myself to bring credit to my family, country, school and the Corps of Cadets.

 

I am loyal and patriotic. 

 

I am the future of the United States of America. 

I do not lie, cheat or steal and will always be accountable for my actions and deeds. I will always practice good citizenship and patriotism. 

I will work hard to improve my mind and strengthen my body. 

I will seek the mantle of leadership and stand prepared to uphold the Constitution and the American way of life. 

May God grant me the strength to always live by this creed.

CADET
RANKS
.

  • Cadet Private (C/PVT)

  • Cadet Private First Class (C/PFC)

  • Cadet Corporal (C/CPL)

  • Cadet Sergeant (C/SGT)

  • Cadet Staff Sergeant (C/SSG)

  • Cadet Sergeant First Class (C/SFC)

  • Cadet Master Sergeant (C/MSG)

  • Cadet First Sergeant (C/1SG)

  • Cadet Sergeant Major (C/SGM)

  • Cadet Command Sergeant Major (C/CSM)

  • Officer Rank (and Abbreviation) Insignia (worn on collar)

  • Cadet 2nd Lieutenant (C/2LT)

  • Cadet 1st Lieutenant (C/1LT)

  • Cadet Captain (C/CPT)

  • Cadet Major (C/MAJ)

  • Cadet Lieutenant Colonel (C/LTC)

LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK.

Leadership – the art of influencing someone or a group of people in such a way to have a positive effect towards the accomplishment of a goal, objective, or job (mission).

SENIORS.

  • Isaac Aucion

  • Reagan Baber

  • Victoria Flach

  • Claire Frederick 

  • Maxwell Giza

  • Sophoklis Hatzopoulos

  • Kyle Klouda

  • Cheng-En Lu

  • Ava Muniz 

  • Caleb Raines

  • Olyvia Rasmussen 

  • Jackson Reese

  • Adrian Salazar

  • Bryce Saunders

Anchor 1

7 ARMY Values

Loyalty

to bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. constitution……your peers

Duty

to fulfill your obligations

Honor

to live up to all the values

Respect

to treat people as they should be treated

Self-less service

to put the welfare of the the nation....before your own

Integrity

to do what is right, legally and morally

Personal courage

to face fear, danger and adversity

11 Principles of Leadership

1.

Know yourself and seek self-improvement.

2.

Be proficient within your area of work

3.

Know your people and look after their welfare.

4.

Keep your people informed.

5.

Set the example.

6.

insure the take is understood, supervised, and accomplished.

7. 

Train your people as a team.

8. 

Make a sound and timely decisions.

9.

Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates.

10.

Use your people in accordance to their capabilities.

11.

Seek responsiblity and take responsibility for your actions.

COMMAND
LEADERS
.

JROTC Army has been a leader in providing character education, leadership development, and citizenship training to America’s youth.  Our mission as Command Leaders is to help students develop the skills and confidence they need to succeed in any walk of life. We achieve this through a curriculum that emphasizes leadership development, physical fitness, and community service. We motivate young people to become better citizens by exhibiting the highest standards of ethical and moral behavior.

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