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					Table of Contents
Mission and Vision Statement. ..................................................................................................................... 3
Organization.................................................................................................................................................. 3
Communication ............................................................................................................................................. 3
   Communication to Corps OPS ................................................................................................................... 3
       Email...................................................................................................................................................... 3
       Personal ................................................................................................................................................ 3
       Phone .................................................................................................................................................... 3
   Communication to Major unit OPS ........................................................................................................... 4
       Setting up the list serv. ......................................................................................................................... 4
       Meetings ............................................................................................................................................... 4
Cadets intranet ............................................................................................................................................. 4
   Home ......................................................................................................................................................... 4
       Announcements .................................................................................................................................... 4
       Training Schedules ................................................................................................................................ 4
       Guard room scheduling......................................................................................................................... 6
       Memos .................................................................................................................................................. 8
   Operations Page ........................................................................................................................................ 8
       Calendar ................................................................................................................................................ 8
       Documents ............................................................................................................................................ 9
March-ins & Corps Runs................................................................................................................................ 9
   Road Guards for March-ins and Corps Runs ............................................................................................. 9
   March-in Procedures ................................................................................................................................ 9
       March-in Op order Format.................................................................................................................... 9
   Road Guard procedures .......................................................................................................................... 10
       Football Game March-in ..................................................................................................................... 10
       Reed Arena March-in .......................................................................................................................... 12
       Soccer March-in .................................................................................................................................. 14
       Rudder March-in ................................................................................................................................. 15
   Corps Run Procedures............................................................................................................................. 16
   Flags Procedures ..................................................................................................................................... 18
       Dorm flag procedures ......................................................................................................................... 18
Guard Room Procedures ............................................................................................................................. 18
   Important information for guard room .................................................................................................. 18
   Copy Codes for guard room .................................................................................................................... 19
   Flag Procedures....................................................................................................................................... 19
Special Events and Procedures ................................................................................................................... 19
   F.O.W. ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
   Midnight Yell ........................................................................................................................................... 19
   Cadet Challenge ...................................................................................................................................... 19
       Bloody Cross........................................................................................................................................ 19
       Cadet Challenge .................................................................................................................................. 19
   Supply distribution to Major unit Operations......................................................................................... 19
       Corps PT gear distribution plan........................................................................................................... 20
       Basic distribution plan for items. ........................................................................................................ 20
Discipline ..................................................................................................................................................... 20
   Demerits lists. ......................................................................................................................................... 20
Appendix ..................................................................................................................................................... 20
   Sample Football game Op order ............................................................................................................. 20
   Sample midnight yell op order................................................................................................................ 22
Mission and Vision Statement.
        Mission- To provide the Corps unsurpassed cadet support for all Corps Activities, events and
daily operations.

        Vision-To have communication within the Ops chain effective and streamlined enough so that
the chain will be able to coordinate and execute orders without hesitation or disorder in all cases and
situations.


Organization
        Corps Staff Operations chain will consist of a senior and two Sergeants. They will be directly
accountable to the Corps Commander. It is the responsibility of the Corps operations officer to make
sure that all major unit positions are filled throughout of the duration of the year.


Communication
        Communication to Corps OPS
       Corps operations will be readily accessible in the following forms of communication. Email or
personal visits are strongly preferred due to miscommunication from phone calls.

               Email
        All members of the Corps Operations Chain will have Microsoft outlook.

       All emails sent to Corps Ops will be replied to within 24 hrs or be given demerits for failure to
respond by the Corps operations officer.

       All emails received by outfits with questions or concerns will be forwarded to their respective
major unit operations chain.

        Emails for the 2009-2010 Corps



        Corps operations Officer             Danny Pliego                         dannypliego@gmail.com
        Corps operations Sergeant            Miles McGowen                        mcgowen11@neo.tamu.edu
        Corps operations Sergeant            Paden Allen                          paden25@neo.tamu.edu


                 Personal
         All Corps staff operations members will be available for personal contact in all situations if they
are in their room. Both Operations Sergeants will live together in the Corps staff hallway in dorm 2.

               Phone
       All members of Corps Ops will be accessible by phone the numbers for the 2009-2010 Corps
Operations chain is.

        Corps operations Officer           Danny Pliego                       830-515-9904
        Corps operations Sergeant          Miles McGowen                      318-469-8839
        Corps operations Sergeant        Paden Allen                       210-240-4355


        Communication to Major unit OPS
                  Setting up the list serv.
The list serv will be set up at https://listserv.tamu.edu at the beginning of each semester and will be
moderated by the Corps operations. The listserv will contain all members associated with operations in
the Corps level and major unit level.

                 Meetings
Meetings will be held every Sunday in the Guard room conference room at 1800 hrs. At every meeting
Corps Operations will print off an agenda including all points to be discussed at the meeting. This agenda
will be given to Major unit ops before the beginning of a meeting.




Cadets intranet
         All documents published by Corps Operations will be posted on Cadets intranet according to
their categorization.

        Home
               Announcements
Corps operations will post any Corps wide ops related announcements on here.

                Training Schedules
        Training schedules will be posted on cadets.tamu.edu one week in advance minimum. Any
changes other than grammar or spelling to any posted training schedules will be sent to all major unit
ops chains so that pertinent information can be given to unit and major unit commanders.

Training schedules will have the following information on them for the 2009-2010 academic year
depending on the situation

        Event                     Time                    Days                        Uniform
        Freshman fall out         0630                    M,T,R                       Uniform of the day
        Freshman fall out         0530                    W,F                         PT gear
        Physical activity         0545-0630               W,F                         PT gear
        BRC                       0700                    Every weekday               B’s (unless
                                                                                      otherwise noted)
        Guard Mount               1200                    Every weekday               B’s (unless
                                                                                      otherwise noted)
        Outfit training time      1630-1800               M,T,F                       PT gear
        Lead Lab                  1615-1815               T                           (none)
        Fro Flow Chow             1700-1845               W                           PT gear
        SRC(non lead lab days)    1800                    M,F                         PT gear
        SRC (lead lab days)        1830             T,R                         PT gear
        Call to quarters           1845-2220        M,F                         CT non-regs
        Call to quarters           1915-2145        T,R                         CT non-regs
        Call to quarters           1800-2100        Sun                         CT non-regs
        Call to quarters           2000-2200        R (when arch yell occurs)   CT non-regs
        MCQ                        1630-2200        W                           CT non-regs
        SRC                        1800             M                           PT gear
        SRC                        1830             T,R                         PT gear
        Arch Yell                  1951-1945        R (away football games)     C’s & T’s
        Echo Taps/Silver taps      2230             As needed                   Midnights
        Lights out                 2230             Every night except          CT non-regs
                                                    silver/echotaps.
        Lights out (Silver/Echo    2300             As needed                   CT non-regs
        taps)
        Midnight yell              0000 (2310 for   S                           CT non-regs (C’s &
                                   Butts)                                       T’s for Butt’s)
        Flags up on dorms          0800             S home football game        PT gear minimum
                                                    and special event
                                                    weekend
        Flags down from dorms 1800                  S home football game        PT gear minimum
                                                    and special event
                                                    weekend

Format will be posted as follows

Wednesday 25-February-09
Event   Time Uniform Notes
Freshman   0545    PT Gear
Fall Out
Physical   0545- PT Gear
Activity   0630
BRC        0700 Uniform of
                 the day
Guard      1200 B’s
Mount,
V-1/SQ-20
MCQ        1630- CT Non-
           2200 Regs
Lights out 2230




Thursday 26-February-10
Event       Time Uniform        Notes
Freshman    0645   Uniform of
Fall Out           the day
BRC         0700   Uniform of
                    the day
Guard        1200   B's
Mount,
SQ-21
Lead Lab     1615-
             1800
SRC          1830 PT gear
Call to      1915- Ct non-regs
quarters     2200
Lights out   2230 CT Non-
                   Regs


The notes section will be used to convey corps wide messages or provide links to additional information.

                Guard room scheduling
At the beginning of each semester a guard room/CDO rotation schedule will be

                        Instructions on posting training schedules
Training schedules can be posted in two different ways

        1. HTML posting (recommended )
              a. Open word and create new document
              b. Typeface for the entire document will be Times New Roman
                        i. Size 12 and bold typeface will be used for the date
                       ii. Size 10 and regular typeface will be used for the rest of the body.
              c. Fill in all pertinent information according to Chart above.
              d. Save as Web page
              e. Open file in web browser. (Mozilla Firefox recommended)
              f. Select text and right click “view selection source”
              g. Copy selection source text and insert in the body section of form.
              i.
    h. Fill in issuing authority into appropriate box.
              i. Name in bold size 12 font and cadet position in normal size 10 Times New
                  Roman font.
                      1. Commander will be listed first and Corps Operations Officer will be
                          listed below him.
                      2. For the 2009-2010 academic year.

                            Brent Lanier
                            Cadet Colonel of the Corps
                            Commanding

                            Danny Pliego
                            Cadet LTC
                            Corps Operations Officer

                    3. Html code is as follows for the issuing authority.
<strong>Brent Lanier</strong></div>
<div>Cadet Colonel of the Corps</div>
<div>Commanding</div>
<div>&nbsp;</div>
<div><strong>Danny Pliego</strong></div>
<div>Cadet LTC</div>
<div>Corps Operations Officer</div>
               i. Fill in “Week of” into appropriate box.
        2. Posting directly into web browser
               a. Open Internet explorer.
               b. Using toolbar create and post training schedule.

Using the HTML posting method is recommended as it gives the user more flexibility and control over
the document being posted and overall it is easier to create the training schedule within word rather
than inside IE. But it is recommended that any minor changes be made within IE as it does not require
the reposting of the entire HTML code.




The band will not serve any guard room shifts during the fall semester as it will interfere with drill
practice in the morning.

                         Memos
This section will be used for the posting of all OP orders. These OP orders may include

               Football march ins
               Midnight yells
               Corps Runs
               Memorial Services
               Special events
               Corps level documents published by Corps Operations.

Any changes to posted items in the memos section will be emailed to major unit operations to
communicate to units.




        Operations Page
The operations page within http://cadets.tamu.edu will serve as a communication point between Corps
staff operations and operations on the major unit level.

                Calendar
The calendar will have the following data

               All information from Training schedule
               All information from OP orders
               Any information regarding deadlines and scheduled events such as PFT’s.
                Documents
The documents area will contain all supporting documents to SOP’s, Training schedules and OP orders.
These will be updated along with any Training schedules or OP orders that are posted on the main page.


March-ins & Corps Runs
        Road Guards for March-ins and Corps Runs
The road guard schedule for every event will be posted in the beginning of the semester.

All major units will be in rotation, the band will only be put into rotation for Corps runs.

For the 2009 Fall semester.

New Mexico Corps run                                    1st BDE
New Mexico football game                                2nd BDE
Utah State Corps run                                    3rd BDE
Utah State football game                                1st REG
UAB Corps run                                           2nd REG
UAB football game                                       3rd REG
Oklahoma State Corps run                                1st Wing
Oklahoma State football game                            2nd Wing
Iowa State Corps run                                    Band
Iowa State football game                                Task Force
Baylor Corps run                                        1st BDE
Baylor football game                                    2nd BDE
Texas Corps run                                         3rd BDE
Texas football game.                                    1st REG
Rotation will continue at the beginning of next
semester and with any additional events.


        March-in Procedures
               March-in Op order Format.
The Op order format will be as follows and will be typed out in Times New Roman font. The op order
       format that will be used is similar to that of the Army.

          Football march-in or Corps trip.
TASK ORGANIZATION

  I.    SITUATION:
           a. Enemy Forces: (Opposing football team)
           b. Friendly Forces: (Fighting’ Texas Aggies)
 II.    MISSION:
           a. The Corps Of Cadets will march-in to Kyle Field on (Date of game)
III.    EXECUTION
      Commander’s Intent: (Corps Commander’s intent to the Corps regarding the or event)
   a. Concept of operation
   b. Tasks to maneuver units
        i.   Task and purpose
       ii.   Specific instructions
   c. Coordinating instructions
IV.   SERVICE SUPPORT
          a. Concept of support
                  i. Location of Assembly area:
                 ii. Location of CP: Guard room
          b. Material and Service
                  i. Supply
                         1. class I (subsistence; ie: food)
                         2. class II (clothing & equipment)
                         3. class III (petroleum products)
                         4. class IV (construction & barrier items)
                         5. class V (ammo)
                         6. class VI (personal convenience items)
                         7. class VII (major end items; ie: trucks, tanks, buses, etc)
                         8. class VIII (medical supply)
                         9. class IX (repair parts)
                         10. class X (nonmilitary materials)
                 ii. Transportation
                iii. Service
                iv. Maintenance
          c. Medical evacuation and hospitalization
                  i. Procedures
                 ii. Personnel
IV.   COMMAND AND SIGNAL
          a. Command
                  i. Location of commanders
          b. Signal
                  i. SOI in effect
                 ii. Communication restrictions
                iii. Communication



       Road Guard procedures
               Football Game March-in
      One (1) road guard at the intersection of Lubbock and Nagle Street with their back to the Quad, facing
       down Nagle Street towards Evans Library to stop southbound traffic on Nagle Street.
   One (1) cadet should post at the yellow road-block gates and call the security office after the Corp turns
    onto Lubbock Street to tell them that the Corps is marching thru and to open both gates.

   Two (2) road guards should post, one in each lane, at the intersection of Joe Routt and Coke Street. Road
    guards will post on the Corps Center (south) side of the intersection with their back to the Trigon, facing
    south down Coke Street to stop northbound traffic on Coke Street.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Throckmorton and Joe Routt Street. The road guard will
    post on the line dividing the two lanes on the Trigon (north) side of the intersection with his/ her back to the
    Koldus Building, facing north on Throckmorton Street to stop southbound traffic.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Joe Routt and Houston Street. The road guard will post
    on the west side of the intersection on the line dividing the two lanes facing west to block eastbound traffic.

   One (1) road guard will post at the southeast entrance of Kyle Field on Houston Street facing south to stop
    northbound traffic.
           Reed Arena March-in
   Two (2) road guards should post, one in each lane, at the intersection of Joe Routt and
    Coke Street. Road guards will post on the Corps Center (south) side of the intersection
    with their back to the Trigon, facing south down Coke Street to stop northbound traffic
    on Coke Street. Then a third (3rd) road guard will post on the north side of the
    intersection to stop southbound traffic from the library.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Throckmorton and Joe Routt Street.
    The road guard will post on the line dividing the two lanes on the Trigon (north) side of
    the intersection with his/ her back to the Koldus Building, facing north on Throckmorton
    Street to stop southbound traffic.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Joe Routt and Houston Street. The
    road guard will post in between the two medians in the middle of the intersection to
    prevent cars from turning into the eastbound lane of Joe Routt St.

   Two (2) road guards will post at the intersection of Clark and Joe Routt Street. One will
    post in the southbound lane of Clark to prevent cars from turning left, and one will post in
    the eastbound lane of Joe Routt to prevent traffic from turning left.

   Two (2) road guards will post on Joe Routt Street even with the entrance to the tunnel in
    order to prevent eastbound traffic from running into the Corps as it crosses the street to
    enter the tunnel.

   One (1) road guard will post outside west campus garage and prevent traffic from exiting
    the garage as the Corps passes by.

   Four (4) road guards will post at the intersection of Joe Routt and Olsen Blvd. One will
    post on the north side of the intersection in the southbound lanes of Olsen Blvd., one will
    post on the east side of the intersection in the westbound lanes of Joe Routt Street, one
    will post on the west side of the intersection in the eastbound lanes of Joe Routt Street,
    and one will post far enough south in the northbound lanes of Olsen Blvd., to prevent
    northbound traffic from running into the Corps.
           Soccer March-in
   Two (2) road guards should post, one in each lane, at the intersection of Joe Routt and
    Coke Street. Road guards will post on the Corps Center (south) side of the intersection
    with their back to the Trigon, facing south down Coke Street to stop northbound traffic
    on Coke Street. Then a third (3rd) road guard will post on the north side of the
    intersection to stop southbound traffic from the library.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Throckmorton and Joe Routt Street.
    The road guard will post on the line dividing the two lanes on the Trigon (north) side of
    the intersection with his/ her back to the Koldus Building, facing north on Throckmorton
    Street to stop southbound traffic.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Joe Routt and Houston Street. The
    road guard will post in between the two medians in the middle of the intersection to
    prevent cars from turning into the eastbound lane of Joe Routt St.

   Two (2) road guards will post at the intersection of Clark and Joe Routt Street. One will
    post in the southbound lane of Clark to prevent cars from turning left, and one will post in
    the eastbound lane of Joe Routt to prevent traffic from turning left.

   Two (2) road guards will post on Joe Routt Street even with the entrance to the tunnel in
    order to prevent eastbound traffic from running into the Corps as it crosses the street to
    enter the tunnel.

   Four (4) road guards will post at the intersection of Joe Routt and Olsen Blvd. One will
    post on the north side of the intersection in the southbound lanes of Olsen Blvd., one will
    post on the east side of the intersection in the westbound lanes of Joe Routt Street, one
    will post on the west side of the intersection in the eastbound lanes of Joe Routt Street,
    and one will post far enough south in the northbound lanes of Olsen Blvd., to prevent
    northbound traffic from running into the Corps.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Tom Chandler Drive and Olsen Blvd.
    The road guard will post in between the medians to prevent northbound traffic from
    turning left.

   One (1) road guard will post just west of the soccer field in the eastbound lanes of Tom
    Chandler Drive to stop traffic as the Corps crosses the lanes to enter the soccer field.
                Rudder March-in
   Two (2) road guards should post, one in each lane, at the intersection of Joe Routt and Coke Street. Road
    guards will post on the Corps Center (south) side of the intersection with their back to the Trigon, facing south
    down Coke Street to stop northbound traffic on Coke Street. Then a third (3 rd) road guard will post on the
    north side of the intersection to stop southbound traffic from the library.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Throckmorton and Joe Routt Street. The road guard will
    post on the line dividing the two lanes on the Trigon (north) side of the intersection with his/ her back to the
    Koldus Building, facing north on Throckmorton Street to stop southbound traffic.

   One (1) road guard will post on Throckmorton past the north entrance of Rudder to block oncoming traffic
    from the bus stops.
Corps Run Procedures
   Two (2) road guards should post, one in each lane, at the intersection of Joe Routt and Coke Street.
    Road guards will post on the Corps Center (south) side of the intersection with their back to the
    Trigon, facing south down Coke Street to stop northbound traffic on Coke Street. Then a third (3 rd)
    road guard will post on the north side of the intersection to stop southbound traffic from the library.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Throckmorton and Joe Routt Street. The road guard
    will post on the line dividing the two lanes on the Trigon (north) side of the intersection with his/ her
    back to the Koldus Building, facing north on Throckmorton Street to stop southbound traffic.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Joe Routt and Houston Street. The road guard will
    post in between the two medians in the middle of the intersection to prevent cars from turning into the
    eastbound lane of Joe Routt St.

   Two (2) road guards will post at the intersection of Clark and Joe Routt Street. One will post in the
    southbound lane of Clark to prevent cars from turning left, and one will post in the eastbound lane of
    Joe Routt to prevent traffic from turning left.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection of Clark and Lamar Street to prevent traffic from
    turning left onto West Lamar Street behind the Memorial Student Center.

   Three (3) road guards will post at Albritton Tower. One (1) will post on the west side of the tower to
    stop eastbound traffic from Wellborn Rd. One (1) will post on the east side to stop westbound traffic
    coming from within the university. The last one will post on the north side to stop southbound traffic.

   One (1) road guard will post at the intersection at Beutel Health Center to stop traffic, not emergency
    vehicles.

   Two (2) people will post at the fishpond to ensure that NO ONE gets in the fountain.

   One (1) road guard will post in the southbound lane of Houston Street on the west side of Sbisa Dining
    Center to stop southbound traffic.

   One (1) people will post at the intersection of Ireland and Ross St to prevent traffic from turning.

   Two (2) road guards will post at the intersection of Ross Street and Bizzell Road to block south bound
    traffic on Bizzell Road and the Parking Lot south of Ross Street

   Two (2) road guards will post at the intersection of New Main and Bizzell Road (in front of the
    Academic Building) to prevent traffic from turning onto Bizzell Road

   One (1) road guard will post at Lubbock and Bizzell Road to block east bound traffic from turning onto
    Bizzell Road

   Two (2) road guards will post at the intersection of Mosher and Bizzell. One (1) will post at the stop
    sign where Mosher meets Bizzell to stop eastbound traffic and one (1) will post between the two
    medians in the middle of Bizzell to prevent northbound traffic from turning left onto Mosher.
       Two (2) road guards will post at the south side parking garage. One (1) will post at the exit of the
        garage to stop exiting traffic and one (1) will post between the two medians in the middle of the
        street to prevent northbound traffic from turning left into the garage.

       One (1) road guard will post between the two medians at the intersection of Lewis and Bizzell to
        prevent northbound traffic on Bizzell from turning left onto Lewis Street.

       Two (2) road guards will post at the intersection of the road that comes from the south side parking
        garage and PA 40 and Lewis Street. One (1) will post at the stop sign on the road from the parking
        garage to stop southbound traffic and one (1) will post between the two medians to prevent traffic from
        crossing the westbound lanes of Lewis Street.

       One (1) road guard will post between the two medians behind Duncan Dining Center to prevent traffic
        from crossing the westbound lanes of Lewis Street.

       One (1) road guard will post between the two medians at the entrance to Duncan Parking Lot to
        prevent traffic from crossing the westbound lanes of Lewis Street.

Blocks on the map indicate approximate locations of road guards.
        Flags Procedures
                        Dorm flag procedures
Major unit Ops Chain Officer will be responsible and held accountable in making sure that the
major unit Ops Sergeants or whomever they delegate pick up their flags from the Guard Room
the day before the event at 2000.

   Major units will be responsible for picking up dorm flags on the day before the event
    starting at 2000 to 2100 hrs. Corps clerks or Operations Sgts will be available throughout
    those hours to hand out flags.
        o Minimum uniform to pick flags is PT gear.
                 All cadets not in PT gear will be sent back.

The cadets that come to pick up the flag must be at least in outfit PT Gear and carry the flag in a
respectful manner.

The roof hatches will be open by 0700 and dorm flags will be up by 0800; major unit Ops Officer
will oversee the procedure and make sure that everything is completed.

The hatches will be open after the game and the flags must be down by 1800 and in by 1845.
The flags will be properly folded when returned. Furthermore, the cadets returning the flags
will carry the flag in a respectful manner and will be at least in outfit PT Gear upon returning
the flags to Guard Room.

In the event of inclement weather, the flags must be taken down the day after the event, so
that the flags have time to dry. An email will be sent out at what time the flags need to be
returned with these circumstances.

The correct way to hang the flag is so that when facing the dorm the blue is on the left side.

The bungee cords will be the responsibility of the Major Unit Operations Chain. Each Major
Unit Ops officer will obtain four bungee cords, except Dorm 5 who will only need two, and they
will be kept until the end of the year. If the cords are lost or broken, it is the Major Unit
Operations Chain responsibility to replace them in time for the next event.

Failure perform these tasks may result in the Ops Officer receiving demerits.


Guard Room Procedures

        Important information for guard room
Guard room Sign in- http://tinyurl.com/guardmount

Corps Operations Sergeants will ensure that the ice in the refrigerator at all times
        Copy Codes for guard room
At the beginning of every academic year Corps Operations Chain will distribute the guard room copy
codes to all Commanders of Major units, outfits, and Special units. The Corps Operations Sergeants will
be responsible for ensuring that the paper and toner levels are adequate.

        Flag Procedures
The outfit that is currently sitting guard room is responsible for putting up, as well as taking down, the
flags at the administration building and academic plaza. It is the XO’s responsibility to ensure that this is
done properly as well as on time. The flag poles must also be properly tied down or they will slowly
start to fall throughout the time they are up. At some point each day a member of Corps Staff will come
by and inspect the flags to ensure they are put up properly. Failure to comply will result in disciplinary
action for the XO.




Special Events and Procedures
        F.O.W.
During FOW will be time to make the necessary preparations

                Setting up duncan




        Midnight Yell
Midnight yell Op orders will be written by either the Corps Sergeant Major or any of the Corps
Operations Sgts. The issuing authority will be The Corps Sergeant Major and the Corps Operation Sgts.




        Cadet Challenge
                Bloody Cross

                Cadet Challenge

        Supply distribution to Major unit Operations.
When distributing items to Major unit operations a minimum of 2 days will be given in advance before
asking Major units to coordinate people to pick up materials. All preparations such as allotment of
supplies need to be completed by Corps operations ahead of time.
                Corps PT gear distribution plan
Major units Operations chain will take note of every cadet who will be receiving size and information
and send it up to Corps Operations in the following format within an excel spreadsheet. Failure to use
this format may result in demerits for the major unit.

Name               Outfit              Class year      Shirt Size           Shorts Size       Email
Real First and                                         S,M,L,XL,XXL         S,M,L,XL,XXL
last name
The distribution point for picking up the CCA pet gear will be in front of Duncan in case of acclimate
weather the distribution point will be inside of Duncan.

         Basic distribution plan for items.
Items to be distributed will be handed out at an operations meeting unless time does not allow it. In
that situation Corps operations will email the Major units describing instructions on how to pick up
items.




Discipline
The following list contains a simple list of possible demerits that can be given. Demerits in the
Operations chain are used to inhibit inefficient behavior and actions.

        Demerits lists.
Cause                                                  Demerits given (upwards of)



Appendix
        Sample Football game Op order
This Op order shown here is in the incorrect format and should be used as a general guideline.

        TASK ORGANIZATION
I.   SITUATION:
      A. ENEMY FORCES: Army
      B. FRIENDLY FORCES: Fightin’ Texas Aggies

II. MISSION:
    The Corps of Cadets will march-in to Kyle Field on Saturday 27 September, 2008.


EXECUTION:
A. CONCEPT OF OPERATION:

WHAT                                         WHO                                                WHEN
Flags on Dorms                            Major Units                                     0800
First Call                                HQ, Corps                                       0915
Formation on Quad                         HQ, Corps                                       0940
Road Guards in Place                      1st REGT and 2nd REGT                           0955
PMC Fires Spirit of ‘02                   PMC                                             0958
Step Off from Quad                        HQ, Corps                                       1000
Band enters                               Aggie Band                                      1020
Corps Enters                              HQ, Corps                                       1030
Kick off                                  All                                             1130

B. COORDINATION INSTRUCTIONS:

         1. UNIFORM
                    Cadets will wear Summer Bravos with Garrison Covers, C.O.'s and staffs will have
Sam Browns and Sabers. Aggie rings are now authorized since we no longer wear gloves. Female cadets
will wear trousers. WALLETS WILL NOT BE WORN

         2. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
              1st BDE:   None
              2nd BDE: None
              3rd BDE:   None
              1st REGT: Road Guards
               2nd REGT: Road Guards
              1st WING: None
              2nd WING: None
              TASK Force: None
               BAND:    Provide music for the Review.

         3. ORDER OF MOVEMENT
              A. Corps Staff
              B. Combined Band
              C. 1st BDE
              D. 2nd BDE
              E. 3rd BDE
              F. 1st RGM
              G. 2nd RGM
              H. 1stWNG

                I. 2nd WNG
                J. Task

         4. ROUTE OF MOVEMENT
              Corps Staff will lead the Corps of Cadets through the
              Arches, left at Heldenfelds Hall, left at Coke Street, right
              on Joe Routt to march in front of Rudder Tower and
                then left on to Houston Street to the Southeast entrance
                of Kyle Field. The Corps will enter the Southeast
                entrance of Kyle Field.

III. SERVICE SUPPORT:
      A. MEDICAL: Advise cadets to hydrate.
      B. SUPPLY: Commanding Officers are responsible for their
                  unit's participation in the review.

IV. COMMAND AND SIGNAL:
     A. COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS: Normal
     B. SIGNAL: Step off on Hullabaloo


       Sample midnight yell op order.

TASK ORGANIZATION
I.   SITUATION:
      A. ENEMY FORCES: Army Black Knights
      B. FRIENDLY FORCES: Fightin’ Texas Aggies

II. MISSION:
      The class of 2010 will march-in to Kyle Field on Friday 26 September 2008 to attend
Fightin' Texas Aggie Yell Practice.

     EXECUTION:
      A. OPERATION ORDERS:

WHAT                                                  WHO                      WHEN
Formation Behind Duncan                               Class of 2010            2310
Light Torches                                         Yell Leaders             2315
Step Off                                              All Personnel            2320
Yell Begins                                           All                      0000

      B. ORDER OF MOVEMENT:

              1. Yell Leaders

              2. Corps Staff

              3. Band

              4. 1st BDE

              5. 2nd BDE
           6. 3rd BDE

           7. Task Force

           8. 1st WNG

           9. 2nd WNG

           10. 1st REG

           11. 2nd REG

III.    SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:


           As soon as Yell is over, juniors must move to the wall on the track.

           Attendance to Midnight Yell Practice is mandatory.

           Uniform will be C’s & T’s with Pots.

           Pots may not be painted on cement on the Quad. Paint the pots on grass with
            paper or plastic underneath to protect the ground.

           The ONLY cadets permitted to be on the field are the Yell Leaders, Class of 2010
            along with their dates, Bugle Rank, and Drum Majors.

           Cadets will be allowed only one date to accompany them on the field.

           Cadets should be attentive during the speeches of guest speakers, the fables, and
            yells.

           Cadets should participate in all yells.

           DO NOT SHOW UP INTOXICATED TO THIS EVENT OR YOU WILL
            BE REMOVED FROM YELL PRACTICE.

           Stuffed animals, axe handles, plastic bats, fish guidons, or any other unauthorized
            items are not allowed.

           UPD will be on hand escorting the Corps.

       All cadets should stay together so that the procession flows as one
       continuous unit behind the band. Everyone will march in together to
       ensure smooth and consistent entry through the Kyle Field gates.
         The gates will close at 2355, so ALL JUNIORS must be sure to enter Kyle Field
         in a timely manner or they will be locked out.

         Inform all members of your outfit about these requirements and
         ensure that they attend Midnight Yell Practice.




Brent Lanier
Cadet Command Sergeant Major
Sergeant Major of the Corps

Julien Petit
Cadet Master Sergeant
Corps Operations Sergeant

Danny Pliego
Cadet Master Sergeant
Corps Operations Sergeant

				
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