"Jpa in-Ranks Inspection Worksheet With Answers - Jrotc"

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Download "Jpa in-Ranks Inspection Worksheet With Answers - Jrotc"

Download PDF

Fill PDF online

Rate (4.4 / 5) 26 votes
JPA In-Ranks Inspection Questions
Chain of Command:
Commander in Chief
President Donald Trump
Secretary of Defense
Honorable James Mattis
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General Joseph Dunford
Secretary of the Army
Honorable Robert Speer
Army Chief of Staff
General Mark Milley
TRADOC Commander
General David Perkins
Cadet Command Commander
Major General Christopher Hughes
th
Commander of the 6
Brigade
Colonel Nelson Kraft
Commandant of Summerlin Academy
Steven Cochran
SAI of Summerlin Academy
Lieutenant Colonel Davis
Regimental Commander
Cadet COL Marcus Wright
Deputy Commander
Cadet LTC Magen Hoch
Regimental Command Sergeant Major
Cadet CSM Jeremey Grant
st
1
Battalion Commander
Cadet LTC Angel Edwards
st
1
Battalion Command Sergeant Major
Cadet CSM Jessica McCall
nd
2
Battalion Commander
Cadet LTC Ronald Aytona
nd
2
Battalion Command Sergeant Major
Cadet CSM Jose Ambrosio
Alpha
Bravo
Charlie
Delta
Echo
Foxtrot
Commanding
Jacob
Tristan
John
Clayton
Jaeme
Harley
Officer
Talbott
Cross
Hudson
Yost
Noriega
MacDonald
First
Natasha
Devin
Cole
Jack
Nick
Daniel
Sergeant
Stewman
Beck
Mount
Cushman
Cheshire
Ellerbe
Executive
Stanley
Jazmine
Trinity
Madison
Alicia
Amanda
Officer
Jones
Gallego
Arnold
Grant
Huml
Trudeau
JPA In-Ranks Inspection Questions
Chain of Command:
Commander in Chief
President Donald Trump
Secretary of Defense
Honorable James Mattis
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General Joseph Dunford
Secretary of the Army
Honorable Robert Speer
Army Chief of Staff
General Mark Milley
TRADOC Commander
General David Perkins
Cadet Command Commander
Major General Christopher Hughes
th
Commander of the 6
Brigade
Colonel Nelson Kraft
Commandant of Summerlin Academy
Steven Cochran
SAI of Summerlin Academy
Lieutenant Colonel Davis
Regimental Commander
Cadet COL Marcus Wright
Deputy Commander
Cadet LTC Magen Hoch
Regimental Command Sergeant Major
Cadet CSM Jeremey Grant
st
1
Battalion Commander
Cadet LTC Angel Edwards
st
1
Battalion Command Sergeant Major
Cadet CSM Jessica McCall
nd
2
Battalion Commander
Cadet LTC Ronald Aytona
nd
2
Battalion Command Sergeant Major
Cadet CSM Jose Ambrosio
Alpha
Bravo
Charlie
Delta
Echo
Foxtrot
Commanding
Jacob
Tristan
John
Clayton
Jaeme
Harley
Officer
Talbott
Cross
Hudson
Yost
Noriega
MacDonald
First
Natasha
Devin
Cole
Jack
Nick
Daniel
Sergeant
Stewman
Beck
Mount
Cushman
Cheshire
Ellerbe
Executive
Stanley
Jazmine
Trinity
Madison
Alicia
Amanda
Officer
Jones
Gallego
Arnold
Grant
Huml
Trudeau
General Questions:
1. What is the mission of JROTC? To motivate young people to become better citizens
2. What is the key to success in JROTC? The key to success in JROTC is
TEAMWORK
Cadet Rank Structure:
3. What rank is a cadet with ____?
Officer Ranks
Three diamonds
Colonel
Two diamonds
Lieutenant Colonel
One diamond
Major
Three disks
Captain
st
Two disks
1
Lieutenant
nd
One disk
2
Lieutenant
Enlisted Ranks
Three chevrons, three rockers, a star and a wreath
Command Sergeant Major
Three chevrons, three rockers and a star
Sergeant Major
Three chevrons, three rockers and a diamond
First Sergeant
Three chevrons, three rockers
Master Sergeant
st
Three chevrons, two rockers
Sergeant 1
Class
Three chevrons, one rocker
Staff Sergeant
Three chevrons
Sergeant
Two chevrons
Corporal
st
One chevron, one rocker
Private 1
Class
One chevron
Private
No insignia
Private
First Aid:
4. What is the Heimlich maneuver used for? To clear a blocked airway.
5. What is First Aid? The assistance someone provides to an injured person until
trained medical personal arrive.
6. What is mouth-to-mouth resuscitation used for? To restore breathing.
Map Reading:
7. What are the five basic colors found on a military map and what do they represent?
Blue
Water
Green
Vegetation
Brown
Contour, elevation and relief
Black
Manmade objects
Red
Other manmade objects and densely populated areas
8. What instrument would you use to determine a magnetic azimuth in a field
environment? Compass.
9. What instrument is used to determine grid azimuth on a map? Protractor.
10. What are the five major terrain features? Hilltop, ridgeline, saddle, valley,
depression.
Drill and Ceremony:
11. How many inches in a normal step in marching? 30 inches.
12. Which foot can you give the command halt on? Either foot.
13. What position are you allowed to speak while in formation? The position of
“REST”.
US Military History:
14. Who were the primary antagonists during World War II? Germany, Italy, and Japan.
15. What happened on 7 December 1941 in Hawaii? The Japanese attacked Pearl
Harbor.
16. Who was the Commander of the Revolutionary Army? George Washington.
17. What war was fought during the 1960’s and 70’s? The Vietnam War.
Citizenship and the Constitution:
18. What are the first 10 Amendment to the US Constitution known as? The Bill of
Rights.
19. Which amendment grants the “Freedom of Speech”? The First Amendment.
20. What age is a US Citizen first allowed to vote? 18 years old.
21. What are the two primary political parties? The Republican Party and the Democratic
Party.
Current Events:
22. What happened in New York City and Washington DC on 11 September 2001?
Terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
23. Which country did the US attack initially in the “War on Terrorism”? Afghanistan.
24. What military operation was initiated on 21 March 2003? Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Classroom Management:
25. What tools are being used in the classroom to assist in the presentation of the
curriculum? Classroom Performance System (CPS), Walk & Talk Chalkboard, Smart
Board, laptop computers, DVD players, and DVD’s.
26. What are the steps to the 4-Phase Lesson Plan? Inquire, gather, process, apply.
27. Identify two thinking maps: Brace map, bridge map, bubble map, circle map, double
bubble map, flow map, multi-flow map, and tree map.
Winning Colors:
28. What are the four Winning Colors and what do they represent?
Brown
Builder
Red
Adventurer
Blue
Relater
Green
Planner
29. What are Winning Colors used for? Determine strengths and potential weaknesses
and how to conduct meetings and to capitalize on strengths and weaknesses of
individuals in group planning.