KNOWLEDGE

Unit Vision Statement

To strengthen the foundation of cadet character through self-discipline, respect, service to others and camaraderie, in order to earn the title of Distinguished Unit with confidence and integrity.


Navy Core Values

Honor, Courage, and Commitment


The Position of Attention

“Sir/Ma’am, the Position of Attention is”

  1. Smartly bring your left heel against the right.
  2.  Turn your feet out equally to form an angle of 45 degrees. Keep your heels on the same line and touching.

  3. Your legs should be straight, but not stiff at the knees.

  4. Keep your hips and shoulders level and your chest lifted.

  5. Your arms should be straight, but not stiff at the elbows; thumbs along the trouser seams, palms facing inward toward your legs, and fingers joined in their natural curl.

  6. Keep your head and body erect. Look straight ahead. Keep your mouth closed and your chin pulled in slightly.

  7. Stand still and do not talk.

        “Sir/Ma’am!”


National Chain of Command

(Sir/Ma’am, the (Position) is (Rank/Name), sir/ma’am)

President of the United States (POTUS/Commander in Chief) – The Honorable Donald Trump

Vice President of the United States (VPOTUS) – The Honorable Mike Pence

Speaker of the House (SOH) – The Honorable Paul Ryan

Secretary of State (SECSTATE) – The Honorable Rex Tillerson

Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) – The Honorable  James Mattis

Secretary of the Navy – (SECNAV) – The Honorable Richard Spencer

Chiefs of Staff- The Honorable John Kelly

Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff – General Joseph Dunford

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) – Admiral Jonathan Richardson

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) – Master Chief Petty Officer Steven Giordano

Commandant of the Marine Corps – General Robert Neller

Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (SMMC) – Sergeant Major Ronald Green

Commandant of the Coast Guard – Admiral Paul Zukunft

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard (MCPOCG) – Master Chief Petty Officer  Steven Cantrell

CDR, Naval Education and Training Command (CNETC) – Rear Admiral (Upper Half) Kyle Cozad

CDR, Naval Service Training Command (CNSTC) – Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Mike Bernacchi

Area 5 Manager – Captain Jim Daniels


Orders to the Sentry

(Sir/Ma’am, the nth general order to the sentry is (order), sir/ma’am)

ORDERS TO THE SENTRY: 

  1. To take charge of this post and all government property in view.
  2. To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert, and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.
  3. To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce.
  4. To repeat all calls from any post more distant from the guard house  (quarterdeck) than my own.
  5. To quit my post only when properly relieved.
  6. To receive, obey, and pass on to the sentry who relieves me all orders from the Commanding Officer, Command Duty Officer, Officer of the Deck, and Officers and Petty Officers of the watch only.
  7. To talk to no one except in the line of duty.
  8. To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder.
  9. To call the OOD (Officer of the deck) in any case not covered by instructions.
  10. To salute all officers and all colors and standards not cased.
  11. To be especially watchful at night, and during the time for challenging, challenge all persons on or near my post, and allow no one to pass without proper authority.

Birthdays

National Guard:  December 16, 1636

U.S. Army:  June 14, 1775

U.S. Navy:  October 13, 1775

U.S. Marine Corps:  November 10, 1775

U.S. Coast Guard:  August 4, 1790

U.S. Air Force:  September 18, 1947


 

 

Ranks & Rates

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Uniform Composition/Awards & Decorations

Uniform Composition

Relaxed Fit Jacket NJROTC patch 1” below the left shoulder seam

All jackets and coats must be zipped at least ¾ of the way up

Undershirt Plain white crew neck with all uniforms
Garrison Cap Lowest point 1” above eyebrows

Stowed under the belt on right or left side of uniform when indoors

Socks Black plain knit or rib knit socks
Shoes Well shined

Cleaned edges

Awards & Decorations

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The small fouled anchor and rank/rate insignias are worn on the garrison cap for
officers and chiefs. The anchor is worn on the wearer’s left side of the cap; the
rank/rate insignia is worn on the wearer’s right side. The center of the anchor
insignia and the center of the rank/rate insignia is bisected by a vertical line 2
inches from the fore crease of the garrison cap, and a horizontal line 1 and 1/2-
inches from the bottom edge of the cap.

MALES

The vertical axis of the rank/rate insignia and the vertical axis of the JROTC bar
insignia is positioned along an imaginary line bisecting the angle of the collar
point. The center of each insignia is 1 and 7/8ths of an inch from the collar
point. The diagram on the previous page shows the center of the insignia is
positioned at the point where 1-inch lines perpendicular to the front and lower
edges of the collar touch the imaginary line.
Service designation stars are worn 1/4-inch above the top row of ribbons. One
star is centered, and multiple stars are 1/4-inch apart.
Ribbons and name tag are worn parallel to the top of the shirt pocket, 1/4-inch
above and centered on the pocket button hole.

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The large fouled anchor is worn on the combination cap. Cadet chief petty officers
wear a black chin strap on the cap; cadet officers wear a gold chin strap.

Officer reg

The JROTC bar and rank/rate insignias for the male’s Service Dress Blue coat are
positioned on the collar 1/2-inch above the notch in the lapel. The vertical axis
of each insignia is parallel to, and centered between, the outer edges of the coat
collar. The JROTC bar insignia is worn on the wearer’s left side; the rank/rate
insignia is worn on the wearer’s right side. Name tag and ribbons are parallel to the deck, 1/4-inch above and centered on the coat pocket. Service designation stars are worn 1/4-inch above the top row of ribbons. One star is centered, and multiple stars are 1/4-inch apart.

Uniform Reg

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The large fouled anchor is worn on the combination cap. Cadet chief petty officers
wear a black chin strap on the cap; cadet officers wear a gold chin strap.

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The JROTC bar and rank/rate insignias for the female’s Service Dress Blue coat are
positioned on the rounded end of the coat collar as shown above. The vertical axis
of each insignia is parallel to, and centered between, the outer rounded edges of
the collar. The insignias are fixed in an upright position with the center of the
insignias 1 inch from the semicircular bottom edge of the collar. The JROTC bar
insignia is worn on the wearer’s left side; the rank/rate insignia is worn on the
wearer’s right side. Name tag and ribbons are parallel to the top of the coat pocket, 1/4-inch above and centered on the coat pocket. Service designation stars are worn 1/4-inch above the top row of ribbons. One star is centered, and multiple stars are 1/4-inch apart.

 

Ribbons Males: ¼” above left breast pocket, measured from the bottom of the ribbon to the top of the pocket

Females: 6¼” below left shoulder seam, centered on the front seam

Seniority inboard over outboard

Blue/dark color facing right

Non-­regulation ribbons placed after regulation ribbons

Subsequent Awards Two bronze stars into two silver stars into three gold stars
Aiguillettes Leadership Academy aiguillette worn on right shoulder

Only Leadership Academy aiguillettes are to be worn.

Must hang parallel to seam of coat or shirt


Insignia & Devices/Misc. Knowledge

Navy Service Uniform

Rank Centered 1⅞” from the tip of the right collar to the center

of the rank

J­Bar Centered 1⅞” from the tip of the left collar to the center

of the “O”

Name Tag Males: ¼” above right breast pocket, measured from the bottom of the name tag to the top of the pocket

Females: 6¼” below right shoulder seam, centered on the front

seam. Measured to the bottom of name tag

Service Stars ¼” centered above ribbons
Garrison Cap Anchor

  • Centered on left
  • 2” from front, 1½” from bottom

Rate/Rank (E-7 and above ONLY)

  • Centered on right
  • 2” from front, 1½” from bottom
Gig Line Line formed when the belt buckle is aligned with trouser and shirt seams
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