What teams are in JROTC?

What teams are in JROTC?


  • Color Guard. The Color Guard team is responsible for presenting both the nation and state flags in a variety of settings and ceremonies.
  • JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl (JLAB)
  • CyberPatriot.
  • Air Rifle Teams.
  • Drill Teams.
  • Raider Teams.

What is safety rule #3 for responsible weapons handling?

Rule 3: Keep your finger straight and off the trigger until you’re ready to fire. This rule is another way to ensure that while handling your weapon, you do not unintentionally pull the trigger.

What is color guard in Jrotc?

The Color Guard is a group of four cadets that present the United States and Air Force flags at games and ceremonies. The cadets on the end carry rifles, while the middle-right cadet carries the US flag and the middle-right carries the Air Force flag. Before the event, they present their flags and rifles.

What are the rules for marksmanship competitions in JROTC?

Since JROTC marksmanship competitions are conducted in accordance with the National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rules (the “blue book”) our coaches and shooters need to be aware of the recent update. Also, when conducting inspections and visits, keep a sharp eye out for folks using an outdated version of the rule book.

What is jmic in JROTC?

About the JROTC Marksmanship Instructor Course The JROTC Marksmanship Instructor Course, better known as “JMIC,” is a marksmanship training course that must be completed by Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force JROTC instructors before they can teach air rifle marksmanship to JROTC cadets.

What do you need to know about Army Junior ROTC?

Army Junior ROTC Program Overview 1 The JROTC Curriculum. Since 2005, the U.S. 2 JROTC Co-Curricular Activities. Cadets participate in a myriad of co-curricular activities to demonstrate their attainment of lesson outcomes. 3 College Opportunities. 4 National Impact. 5 Quality Indicators.

What kind of rifles are allowed in JROTC units?

JROTC units ensure the storage of dummy rifles and air rifles behind locked doors (including closet or separate room; individual student locker does not qualify) with other government property. Security. Rifle caliber .22 and higher will be stored IAW AR 190-11. Dummy rifles and air rifles will be secured under the “double lock” system.