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					BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                 88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 0-2
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                    Command Policy

                                                                                                              INDEX


                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                        Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                           Pages: 2
                                                                                                 Distribution: All


This instruction applies to 88 CW and all subordinate units and may be supplemented. Maintain and dispose of all
records created as a result of the process described herein when superseded or no longer needed.

PAGE #            NUMBER                              TITLE                                        OPR

1                 0-2                        Index                                                 CW/GMCA
3                 5-1                        Management of Instructions                            CW/GMCA
6                 6-1                        Use of Detachment Equipment                           CW/XO
7                 11-1                       Blackboard/Website Use                                PA/CC
8                 23-1                       Mission and Organization                              CW/XO
9                 33-1                       Cadet Wing Forms                                      CW/GMCA
11                36-1                       Cadet Officer Job Rotation                            CW/XO
12                36-11                      Operations Orders                                     OG/CC
14                36-15                      Prevention of Hazing                                  CW/IG
16                36-17                      UMD, UDL, and Organizational Chart                    CW/XO
17                36-20                      Air Force ROTC Sponsored Awards                       CW/DS
22                36-2008                    Cadet Personal Appearance Inspections                 CW/IG
24                36-2011                    Discipline Policy                                     CW/IG
28                36-2012                    Minimization of Fraternization                        CW/IG
30                36-2903                    Dress and Personal Appearance                         CW/IG
33                36-3401                    Cadet Officer Mentoring                               CW/XO
35                36-7                       Fitness Programs                                      OSS/PFO
37                37-1                       Customs and Courtesies for AFROTC Personnel           CW/IG
38                37-126                     Administrative Communications                         CW/IG
39                53-6                       Cadet Wing Training Program and Records Maint.        CW/IG
42                53-7                       Promotions                                            CW/DS
44                53-10                      Attendance Record Program                             LRS/PO
46                90-1                       Authorization to Communicate with COC                 CW/IG
47                90-2                       Cadet Wing Continuity Inspections                     CW/IG
55                120-1                      Dual Enrolled Cadet Requirements                      OG/CC
56                205-1                      Detachment Operating Instruction                      CW/XO

The functional distribution of the Cadet Wing Instructions (CWI’s) includes the following:
        Commandant of Cadets Binder
        Cadet Wing Inspector General Continuity Binder
        Detachment 88 Website File Library




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The CWI's are available for all cadets to read. The following documents are used as references:

         AFI 37-160V7               AFROTCI 36-3                         AFMAN 37-126
         AFI 37-162                 AFMAN 36-2203                        AFOATSI 91-101
         AFI 37-128                 AFROTCI 36-2007                      COC Guide
         AFI 36-2903                AFROTCI 36-2008                      O-Plan
         AFI 177-16                 AFROTCI 36-2001                      Mission Directive
         AFROTCI 36-2017            AFROTCI 36-2020


                                                                         DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                         Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                     88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 5-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                        10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                          Command Policy

                                                                                                     MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                                       INSTRUCTIONS

                        COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: IG/CO (C/1Lt Thuan Le)                                                    Certified by: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                                Pages: 3
                                                                                                      Distribution: All


This instruction provides a standard method for writing, revising, and reviewing AFROTC Cadet Wing Instructions,
and assigns responsibilities to the divisions responsible for their provisions. Any division required to write, to revise, or
to review an instruction will comply with the procedures in this instruction.

1. References.

         1.1. AFI 0-2, Numerical Index of Air Force Instructions

         1.2. AFI 37-160V7, The Air Force Publications and Forms Management Programs

2. General. The objectives of this instruction are to provide Group Commanders with the following.

         2.1. The procedures to write a new cadet wing instruction.

         2.2. The procedures to revise and review an existing cadet wing instruction.

SECTION A - WRITING AN INSTRUCTION

1. Definition. An instruction prescribes policies, assigns responsibilities, directs actions, and describes procedures. A
   new instruction is one that does not supersede or change an existing instruction, and the content has never been
   published.

2. Responsibility. The Continuity Officer (IG/CO) is responsible for coordinating a new AFROTC Cadet Wing
  Instruction when deemed necessary.

3. Procedures. Take the following measures to write a new instruction.

         3.1. The Continuity Officer will decide of the instruction topic to write, format to use, the instruction number
              (base file number), and distribution. This proposal will then be submitted to the CW/IG. If the CW/IG
              thinks another base file number is more appropriate, they should discuss it with the IG/CO. Base file
              numbers on those found in AFI O-2.

         3.2. If applicable, the IG/CO will consult Air Force and AFROTC Instructions, and the Detachment
              Operational Instructions (DOI's) to make sure no contradictions exist between these publications and
              Cadet Wing Instructions.

         3.3. If the instruction topic involves the action of more than one group, the IG/CO will consult with all groups,
              and when in total agreement with the content of the new instruction, submit it in draft form to the CW/IG.

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         3.4. The CW/IG will review and submit the instruction to the Cadet Inspector General, Cadet Vice Wing
              Commander, Cadet Wing Commander and COC for approval.

         3.5. Once approved, the IG/CO will type the Cadet Wing Instruction, and add it to the index (CWI O-2).

SECTION B - REVISING AN INSTRUCTION

1. Definition. A revised instruction is one that supersedes a previous one. The revised instruction has a new date, and
   includes a changed content and footnote on the title page.

2. Criteria for Revising. As instructions become outdated or items are found that are incorrect the IG/CO can revise
   these instructions and submit them to the CW/IG for approval.

3. Numbering. A revised instruction usually has the same base file number as the one it supersedes.

4. Procedure. An AFROTC Cadet Wing Instruction will be revised when deemed necessary by the COC, Cadet Wing
   Commander, CW/IG, or the IG/CO.

         4.1. CW/IG will notify the IG/CO to the respective instructions for possible revisions.

         4.2. The IG/CO will review the instruction for complete compatibility in format and content with current cadet
              wing policies and procedures and changes to the Air Force and AFROTC instructions, and the DOI's.

         4.3. The IG/CO will revise the instruction, in draft format, when contents in the instruction need changing
              because of changes in wing policy, or changes to the Air Force or AFROTC instruction. The IG/CO will
              submit the revised instruction to CW/IG in draft.

         4.4. CW/IG will format the instruction when it has been approved by the Cadet Vice Wing Commander and
              the COC.

SECTION C - REVIEWING AN INSTRUCTION

1. When. The CW/IG will give the Group Commanders their instruction at the beginning of each semester to review.

2. Changes. The Group Commanders will check Air Force and AFROTC instructions and DOI's for changes to their
   instruction. If changes are needed the IG/CO will write up these changes and have them submitted to the CW/IG.

3. If No Changes. If no changes are required, the Group Commanders will sign and date the review signature sheet.

SECTION D - GUIDELINES FOR WRITING AN INSTRUCTION

1. Research. In conducting research for writing an instruction, check the O-2 series in the Air Force and AFROTC
  instructions for a similar subject.

2. Purpose Statement. A purpose statement is mandatory for instructions, and should explain as concisely as possible:

         2.1. Why the instruction is needed.

         2.2. Who must comply with it.

3. Title. Select a meaningful title for the topic in as few words as possible.

4. Abbreviations. Do not use abbreviations unless they are commonly known, or are written out previously in the
  instruction.

5. Order. Arrange the material in a step-by-step chronological order. If the instruction is somewhat large (two or more
   pages), consider using sections with paragraphs of the same general subject under them. Use descriptive titles for
   sections.

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6. Numbering. Do not number a single paragraph or subparagraph by itself; for example, if there is a subparagraph
   "a.", there must also be a "b."

7. Attachments. Each attachment must be referred to in the text of the instruction, in numerical sequence.
  Attachments are separate pages to the instruction.

8. Voice. Use the active voice rather than passive voice.

9. Gender Distinctions. Use personal pronouns, but avoid gender distinctions. For example, instead of using
  masculine and feminine pronouns, use the pronouns they, them, or their.


                                                                   DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                   Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 6-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                  10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                   Command Policy

                                                                                          USE OF DETACHMENT
                                                                                                  EQUIPMENT

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/XO (C/Capt Ruben Mallarino)                                    Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                         Pages: 1
                                                                                                Distribution: All


This instruction outlines general guidelines for official wing equipment use. It is intended to standardize equipment
use while giving cadets a full understanding of the parameters covering use of various wing facilities. It applies to
all who use wing equipment covered by this instruction.

1. Reference.

         1.1. AFI 37-162, Managing the Processes of Printing, Duplicating and Copying

2. General. This instruction prescribes the proper format of Detachment equipment use.

3. Procedures.

         3.1. Detachment equipment use covers the utilization of the computer room, Wing Staff Office, copy
              machine, uniform room, O’Club, D&C riffle cabinet, and supply closet.

         3.2. Computer use in the computer lab and television use in the O’Club is not limited, however, the usage
              should be appropriate. Cadets must use restraint when printing documents; only school and ROTC
              related materials may be printed.

         3.3. The Wing Staff Office is for the use by the Wing Staff and AAS staff only. Only cadets on staff may
              use the copy machine, and it may be used for ROTC related business only.

         3.4. Equipment in the computer room, D&C riffle cabinet, and supply closets is to be signed out by Cadet
              Officers only, or under the approval or supervision of a Cadet Officer. The LRS/EO and NCOs must
              be notified. Name, position, equipment taken, date taken and date returned are required.

         3.5. All Extra ROTC Activities (EAs) equipment will also be held under the supervision of the Support
              Group Commander and the LRS/EO.

         3.6. The Uniform room will be under the supervision of Ms. Cathy.


                                                                        DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                        Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                               88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 11-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                    Command Policy

                                                                                             WEBSITE UPDATING


                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: PA/CC (C/Maj Adam Peachman)                                        Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                          Pages: 1
                                                                                                 Distribution: All


This instruction outlines general guidelines for updating the Detachment Website. It is intended to ensure that cadets
use the proper chain of command when sending materials to be posted online.

1. Reference.

         1.1. AFMAN 37-126, Preparing Official Communications

2. General. This instruction prescribes the proper format of posting materials online.

3. Procedures.

         3.1. All documents/materials to be posted on the website must be sent up the chain of command to the
              respective group commander or wing staff member. The following positions are the only positions
              authorized to approve materials: CW/CC, CW/CV, OG/CC, SG/CC

         3.2. The group commander forwards the documents/material to be posted to the Public Affairs Commander
              (PA/CC) and a copy to the Director of Staff (CW/DS). It will then be checked for accuracy and
              authorized to be posted in the appropriate location.

         3.4. If any updates or changes need to be made to the Detachment 88 website, all communications must go
              through the PA/CC, and it will be passed on to the PA/WM. No group commander is authorized to
              contact the PA/WM unless the PA/CC is notified first.


                                                                        DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                        Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                              88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 23-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                  10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                   Command Policy

                                                                                                  MISSION AND
                                                                                                 ORGANIZATION

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/XO (C/Capt Ruben Mallarino)                                    Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
                                                                                                        Pages: 1
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                 Distribution: All


This instruction establishes the mission and organization of the Air Force ROTC Cadet Wing.

1. Reference.

         1.1. AFROTCI 36-2017

2. General. The objectives of this instruction are to:

         2.1. Establish the mission and organization of the Cadet Corps.

SECTION A - MISSION

The mission of the Cadet Wing is to provide training that develops the leadership abilities of its cadets, enabling
them to perform more effectively as citizens and potential Air Force Officers.

SECTION B - ORGANIZATION

1. Explanation of Structure. The organization of the 88th Cadet Wing is modeled after similar Air Force wings.
  This structure serves to orient the cadet to the Air Force through each level of the Cadet Corps organization.

2. Overview of Positions. The Cadet Wing is comprised of the Cadet Wing Commander (CW/CC), Cadet Vice
  Wing Commander (CW/CV), Cadet Wing Director of Staff (CW/DS), Cadet Wing Executive Officer (CW/XO),
  Operations Group Commander (OG/CC), Support Group Commander (SG/CC), Cadet Wing Inspector General
  (CW/IG) and the Cadet Wing GMC Advisor (CW/GMCA).

3. Organization. The following is the Chain of Command for the Cadet Corps.

         3.1. Cadet Airmen report to their respective Flight Commanders (FLT/CC). All FLT/CC’s report to their
              Squadron Commanders (SQ/CC).

         3.2. Each SQ/CC reports to their direct supervisor (OG/CC, SG/CC, CW/DS).

         3.3. The Group Commanders (OG/CC, SG/CC, CW/DS), CW/CV, CW/DS, CW/XO, CW/GMCA and
              CW/IG report to the Cadet Wing Commander (CW/CC).

         3.4. The CW/CC reports directly to the COC.

                                                                           DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                           Cadet Wing Commander

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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                               88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 33-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                    Command Policy

                                                                                            CADET WING FORMS
\
                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/GMCA (C/3C Travis Antoniono)                                 Certified by: SG/CC (Lt Col Christopher Monti)
                                                                                                           Pages: 2
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                   Distribution: All


This instruction provides a standard method for writing, revising, and reviewing AFROTC Cadet Wing Forms, and
assigns responsibilities to the divisions responsible for their provisions. Any division required to write, revise, or
review a Cadet Wing Form will comply with this instruction.

1. References.

          1.1. AFI 36-160V7, The Air Force Publications and Forms Management Programs

2. General. The objectives of this instruction are to:

          2.1. List all current Cadet Wing Forms and their OPR.

          2.2. Provide procedures to create a new Cadet Wing Form.

          2.3. Provide procedures to revise, and review existing Cadet Wing Forms.

SECTION A – INDEX OF CADET WING FORMS

Number                     Title                                                 OPR
0-2                        Index                                                 CW/IG
5-1                        Management of Instructions                            CW/IG
6-1                        Wing Equipment Use                                    CW/XO
11-1                       Website Use                                           PA/CC
23-1                       Mission and Organization                              CW/XO
33-1                       Cadet Wing Forms                                      CW/IG
36-1                       Job Rotations                                         CW/XO
36-11                      Operations Orders                                     OG/CC
36-15                      Prevention of Hazing                                  CW/IG
36-20                      UMD, UDL, and Organizational Chart                    CW/XO
36-2008                    Cadet Personal Appearance Inspections                 CW/IG
36-2011                    Air Force ROTC Awards                                 CW/DS
36-2012                    Minimization of Fraternization                        CW/IG
36-2903                    Dress and Personal Appearance                         CW/IG
36-3401                    Cadet Officer Mentoring                               CW/IG
36-7                       Fitness Programs                                      OSS/PFO
37-1                       Customs and Courtesies                                CW/IG
37-126                     Administrative Communications                         CW/IG
53-6                       Evaluations                                           CW/IG
53-7                       Promotions                                            CW/DS
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53-9                      Attendance Record Program                            LRS/PO
90-1                      Authorization to Communicate with COC                CW/IG
90-2                      Cadet Wing Continuity Inspections                    CW/IG
90-3                      Cadet Wing IG Situational Feedback Program           CW/IG
91-101                    Safety Staff Requirements                            OSS/SO
120-1                     Dual Enrolled Cadet Requirements                     LRS/PO
205-1                     Detachment Security Plan                             CW/XO

SECTION B – CREATING A CADET WING FORM

1. Responsibility. The Cadet Wing Staff is responsible for coordinating a new AFROTC Cadet Wing Form when
  deemed necessary. The IG/CO is responsible for creating the new Form.

2. Procedures. Once the Cadet Wing Staff has created the form, the IG/CO will contact the CW/IG and issue a new
   CWF number. The CW/IG will review the form and submit it to the Cadet Wing Commander and COC for
   approval.

SECTION C – REVISING AND REVIEWING A CADET WING FORM

1. When. The Cadet Wing Staff will give the CW/IG their Cadet Wing Form at the beginning of each semester to
  review.

2. Changes. The CW/IG will make any necessary changes to the form and forward it to CW/CO. The CW/GMCA
   will review the newly revised form and submit it to the OPR’s Group Commander for approval.

3. If No Changes. If no changes are required, the date of the form will be updated and the OPR’s will sign and date
   the review signature sheet.


                                                                     DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                     Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                            Personnel

                                                                                              CADET OFFICER JOB
                                                                                                     ROTATIONS

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/XO (C/Capt Ruben Mallarino)                                     Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
                                                                                                         Pages: 1
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                  Distribution: All


This instruction establishes the procedures to rotate Cadet Officers within the Cadet Wing.

1. Reference.

         1.1 AFROTCI 36-2017, The College Program Curriculum (Senior Units Only)

2. General. The objective of this instruction is to provide the necessary information for Cadet Officer job rotation
  within the Cadet Corps.

3. Procedures.

         3.1. The Cadet Wing Commander is selected by the PAS from cadets who are enrolled in their AS400 year
              of aerospace studies. A letter will be posted by the COC approximately one month before the end of
              the semester outlining requirements of a nomination letter for the position. Cadets desiring to hold this
              position must submit a letter of intent and resume addressed to the COC stating their qualifications,
              views on certain issues, and plans for their term as CW/CC. The candidates will have an interview
              before the “board” of cadre members. After all candidates have been interviewed the cadre will make
              their decision.

         3.2. Normally, cadets will not hold the same position for more than one semester.

         3.3. The next Cadet Wing Commander will insure each cadet has an opportunity to volunteer for next
              semester’s various Cadet Corps positions. The cadet's form CWF-10, along with the wing staff and
              Cadre’s opinion, determine what job would be most beneficial for the cadet.

         3.4. Each cadet is required to hold at least one leadership position, as defined on the current organizational
              chart, before completing the Cadet Officer Course. If a cadet holds a leadership position in a student
              organization outside of the cadet wing, he or she may, within the first two weeks of any term apply to
              the Detachment commander, through the COC, to be granted leadership credit and possibly enhanced
              Cadet Officer rank (AFROTCI 36-2017 para 1.2.3.3.6).

         3.5. The COC must approve all appointments.


                                                                         DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                         Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                               88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-11
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                    10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                            Personnel

                                                                                             OPERATIONS ORDERS


                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: OG/CC (C/Lt Col Justin McCabe)                                         Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                              Pages: 2
                                                                                                     Distribution: All


This instruction establishes the procedures for writing operations orders and the distribution process.

1. Reference.

         1.1. AFROTCI 36-2011, Administration of Senior Air Force ROTC Cadets

         1.2 AFROTCI 36-2017, AFROTC College Program

2. General. The objectives of this instruction are the following.

         2.1. To describe the format for operations orders.

         2.2. To establish the distribution process of operations orders.

SECTION A - INFORMATION

1. Purpose of Operations Orders. Operations orders communicate, in writing, the details of Leadership Labs.

2. Distribution Process. Operations orders are posted on the Operations group bulletin board and the Detachment
  web page. A copy of the Operations orders is given to the COC and the CW/CC.

3. Distribution Time. Operations orders are to be posted by 0900, two weeks prior to the Leadership Lab described
   on the orders. (Minimum time allotted, normally the orders are posted online in advance of the semester.)

4. Responsibility. The Operations Group Commander is responsible for ensuring the creation and distribution of
  the Operations orders.

5. Uniform Designation. The Wing Commander will designate the uniform combination to be worn during the
  Leadership Lab on the Operations Orders.

SECTION B - FORMAT DESCRIPTION

1. The Operations Orders. The Operations Orders are made up of nine parts.

         1.1. Situation. The situation tells the week of leadership lab to be described, and which number LLAB it is
              in relation to the LLAB’s each semester. The PT sessions will also be described.

         1.2. Mission. The mission is the brief description for what the activity of the week is.


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1.3. Execution. The execution tells where LLAB will be and at what time it will begin and end.

1.4. Administration and Logistics. Administration and logistics tells what division is responsible for
     controlling or providing materials for a segment of LLAB. The uniforms will also be described in the
     section.

1.5. Command and Signal. The activities for LLAB are broken down in a time line format.

1.6. Point of Contact. Who is responsible for the overall flow of this LLAB.

1.7. Equipment. The equipment that needs to be reserved, transported, and used for the LLAB.

1.8. Safety Concerns. Safety concerns relay information regarding any issues that could result in the
     endangerment of cadet’s safety during LLAB.

1.9. Inclement Weather. The alternate plan is used in case of inclement weather, or any last minute
     obstacle that prevents carrying out the planned activity.


                                                             DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                             Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                              88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-15
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                    10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                            Personnel

                                                                                        PREVENTION OF HAZING


                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                         Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                            Pages: 2
                                                                                                  Distribution: All


This instruction provides a definition for hazing as well as establishes procedures for the prevention of the hazing of
cadets involved in official Detachment sponsored activities.

1. References.

         1.1 AFROTCI 36-2017

         1.2 AFROTCI 36-15

         1.3 AFOATS Training Guide.

2. Definition

         2.1. Hazing: any conduct whereby a cadet or cadets, regardless of class, to suffer or be exposed to any
              activity which is cruel, abusive, humiliating, oppressive, demeaning, or harmful. Soliciting or coercing
              another to perpetrate any such activity is also considered hazing. Hazing need not involve physical
              contact among or between cadets; it can be verbal or psychological in nature. Actual or implied
              consent to acts of hazing does not eliminate the culpability of the perpetrator.

         2.2. Physical Maltreatment: any practice defined as physical cruelty of maltreatment under Article 93 or
              128 of the UCMJ. Examples include screaming into a student's ear or striking a student.

         2.3. Verbal Maltreatment: abusive language directed at a student which degrades or slanders the character,
              religion, sex, race, color, national origin, or ethnic background of a person or group.

3. Responsibilities.

         3.1. The Detachment commander is responsible for the Continuity to AFROTC policy against the hazing
             of cadets in activities that are sponsored by the Detachment. Their ruling will be asked for if an
             incident occurs in which this policy comes into question.

         3.2. The Detachment Cadre are responsible for ensuring cadet obedience with Air Force and AFROTC
              policies regarding the prevention of hazing in all AFROTC related activities.

4. Procedures.

         4.1. Commandant of Cadets.(COC)



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               4.1.1. The COC or their representative (commissioned officer) will monitor all Leadership
                      Laboratory activities.

               4.1.2. The COC or their representative will monitor the actions of all extracurricular activities
                      sponsored by the Cadet Corps (BBQ’s, Commanders Calls, etc). This does not include
                      E.A. groups such as AAS, as cadets participating in E.A. groups are doing so voluntarily
                      and as university students, not cadets.

       4.2. Cadet Wing Commander.(CW/CC)

               4.2.1. At the beginning of each semester, the CW/CC is to sit down with their staff and review the
                      AFROTCI 36-2017, AFROTCI 36-15, and this CWI to make sure that all parties are
                      compliant with these policies.

5. Consequences.

       5.1. If any individual is found guilty of violating this policy, admonishment shall be carried out through
            possible dismissal from that respective extracurricular activity and any other action deemed
            appropriate by the Detachment cadre.


                                                                    DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                    Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                             88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-17
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                  10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                          Personnel

                                                                                              UMD, UDL and
                                                                                     ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/XO (C/Capt Ruben Mallarino)                                    Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                         Pages: 1
                                                                                                Distribution: All


This instruction establishes the procedures and requirements in preparing the Unit Manning Document and
Organizational Chart for the Cadet Corps.

1. Reference.

         1.1. AFROTCI 36-2017, The College Program Curriculum (Senior Units Only)

2. General. The objectives of this instruction are:

         2.1. To provide information to complete the Unit Manning Document.

         2.2. Guidance in completing a Unit Detail Listing.

         2.3. How to construct an Organizational Chart.

3. Procedures.

         3.1. UMD. The total number of cadets enrolled in Leadership Laboratory determines the total manpower to
              be allocated by the Unit Manning Document. The Cadet Wing Commander determines the number of
              authorized Cadet Officers and their respective grade to each division. The UMD format includes
              Function, Position, Office Symbol, Highest Grade Authorized, Number Authorized, and Total
              Officers.

         3.2. UDL. The Unit Detail Listing is a less formal version of the UMD. Its format includes Function,
              Position, Office Symbol, Cadet’s Name, and Actual Rank.

         3.3. Organizational Chart. The Organizational chart is constructed according to the organization set up
              by the Wing Commander in the beginning of the semester. It is set up in descending order of chain of
              command; PAS, COC, CW/CC and continuing down to the lowest ranking positions. All positions
              that are not in a specific division are put on the Wing Staff level line.


                                                                       DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                       Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                  88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-20
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                    10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                           Personnel

                                                                                                AIR FORCE ROTC-
                                                                                             SPONSORED AWARDS

                        COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/DS (C/Lt Col Ryan Hedlund)                                         Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                              Pages: 5
                                                                                                    Distribution: All


This instruction establishes the criteria and procedures for all awards.

1. Reference.

         1.1. AFOATSI 36-2020, Cadet Awards and Decorations Program

2. General. This instruction adds additional criteria and information to AFOATSI 36-2020.

SECTION A - AFROTC RIBBONS

1. Procedure.

         1.1. The procedures 1.1.1. through 1.1.3. apply to the awards described in part 2.1.x.- 2.3.x.:

                  1.1.1. The CW/DS will determine all details which deems any cadets (Cadet Airmen/Cadet
                         Officers) eligible for the awards.

                  1.1.2. The CW/DS will convene an Awards Board at his/her discretion as outlined in Section-C of
                         CWI 36-20.

                            1.1.2.1. The Awards Board reviews all letters of recommendation deemed applicable by
                                     the CW/DS.

                            1.1.2.2. The board examines the criteria on each cadet with respect to the award they are
                                     nominated for and makes their recommendations.

                  1.1.3. CW/DS will then submit suggestions to the CW/CV to issue the awards.

         1.2. All ribbons following part 2.4.x. will be determined through the cadet chain of command.

                  1.2.1. The Respective organizations are responsible for their own ribbons unless otherwise
                         specified.

2. Detachment Awards.

         2.1. AFROTC Meritorious Service Award.

                  2.1.1. This award recognizes outstanding performance for single exemplary acts of achievement
                         or academic term service. Examples include but are not limited to, outstanding

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              performance in cadet staff or leadership positions, project officer duties, training other
              cadets, or Detachment service project leadership. Award each academic term to no more
              than 5 percent of the Cadet Corps.

2.2. AFROTC Commendation Award.

        2.2.1. This award recognizes superior performance for single superior acts of achievement or
               academic term service that do not rise to the level of the Meritorious Service Award.
               Examples of the duties that may warrant consideration for the award include but are not
               limited to, outstanding performance in cadet staff or leadership positions, project officer
               duties, training other cadets, or Detachment service project leadership. Award each
               academic term to no more than 10 percent of the Cadet Corps.

2.3. AFROTC Achievement Award.

        2.3.1. This award recognizes superior performance for single acts of achievement or academic
               term service that do not rise to the level of the Commendation Award. Award each
               academic term to no more than 15 percent of the Cadet Corps.

2.4. Warrior Spirit Ribbon.

        2.4.1. This ribbon is to be awarded to the cadet in each aerospace studies class that best
               exemplifies the Air Force warrior sprit.

        2.4.2. Criteria should include appearance, attitude, enthusiasm in duty performance, and physical
               fitness, as well as teamwork, impact on flight moral, impact on flight performance,
               motivation, and contribution to team events (such as group projects or team physical
               activities)

        2.4.3. Award each academic term to one cadet in each AS class. Extended cadets may not be
               considered for this award.

2.5. Academic Honors Award.

        2.5.1. This award recognizes academic excellence as signified by the maintenance of academic
               term grade point average of 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0) or above for one full academic term.

        2.5.2. An average of 3.5 in Aerospace Studies courses must be maintained for the duration of this
               period.

        2.5.3. CW/EO submits a list of all eligible cadets to CW/DS NLT the date CW/DS specifies. The
               awards board confirms the criteria and gives the award.

2.6. College Scholarship Recipient Ribbon.

        2.6.1. This award recognizes cadets who have earned and activated an AFROTC scholarship. A
               bronze oak leaf cluster may be added at the completion of each scholarship year.

2.7. Physical Fitness Ribbon.

        2.7.1. This award recognizes cadets who score a minimum of 9 points on the pushup event, 9
               points on the crunches event, and 45 points on the 1.5 mile run of the Physical Fitness Test
               (PFT)

        2.7.2. A silver star device will be worn for the first time a cadet receives a perfect 100 points, to
               include body composition, on the PFT, whether at FT or at the Detachment. Only one silver
               star device will be worn and will be worn centered on the ribbon or to the wearer’s right in
               relation to oak leaf clusters.


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        2.7.3. WSSO submits a list of all eligible cadets to CW/DS NLT the date CW/DS specifies.

2.8. Recruiting Ribbon.

        2.8.1. Any cadets who have significantly added to the recruiting efforts of the Detachment as
               agreed upon by the Cadet Corps recruiting officer (PA/RRO) are eligible.

        2.8.2. The ribbon is limited to 10 percent of the Cadet Corps annually unless the unit commander
               publishes an additional quantifiable and measurable criterion.

        2.8.3. The names of all cadets eligible for this award will be submitted by the PA/RRO to CW/DS
               NLT a date specified by CW/DS.

2.9. Honor Flight Ribbon.

        2.9.1. This ribbon is awarded only to members of the "Honor Flight" of the entire wing, as
               determined by OG/CC, once per semester.

        2.9.2. Criteria for this award are determined each semester by OG/CC. These criteria may include,
               but are not limited to, LLAB midterm and final exam scores, drill competition scores,
               attendance at voluntary physical fitness sessions, etc.

        2.9.3. The Flight Commander of the "Honor Flight" also receives the Award.

        2.9.4 OG/CC submits a list of all cadets in the winning flight, including flight commander, to
              CW/DS NLT the date CW/DS specifies.

2.10. Drill Team Ribbon.

        2.10.1.    Award this ribbon to cadets after active participation in an AFROTC or joint service-
                  sponsored drill team, rifle team, military musical marching unit, or military band.

        2.10.2. Cadets must have participated for one calendar year with a minimum of one drill team
                performance before being awarded this ribbon. No temporary wear of this ribbon is
                authorized.

        2.10.3. The drill team commanders will submit names to CW/DS NLT the date specified by
                CW/DS. See AFROTCI 36-2008 for the definition of Drill Team.

2.11. Color/Honor Guard Membership Ribbon.

        2.11.1. Award this ribbon to cadets after active participation in an AFROTC or joint service-
                sponsored Color Guard or Honor Guard.

        2.11.2. Cadets must have participated for one calendar year with a minimum of three Color Guard
                 and/or Honor Guard performances before being awarded this ribbon. No temporary wear
                 of this ribbon is authorized.

        2.11.3. The Honor Guard commanders will submit names to CW/DS NLT the date specified by
                 CW/DS. See AFROTCI 36-2008 for the definition of Color/Honor Guard.

2.12. AFROTC Expert Marksmanship Ribbon.

        2.12.1. Cadets qualifying as an expert on an approved USAF qualification range may wear this
                ribbon.

        2.12.2. Weapons familiarization ranges do not qualify for this ribbon. Proper documentation is
                required. See AFROTCI 36-2020 paragraph 3.3.11 for further instruction.


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        2.13. Warrior Flight Ribbon.

                 2.13.1 This ribbon is awarded only to members of the "Warrior Flight" of the entire wing, as
                         determined by OG/CC, once per semester.

                 2.13.2    Criteria for this award are determined each semester by OG/CC. These criteria may
                          include, but are not limited to, appearance, physical fitness, attitude, enthusiasm, and
                          support of the unit WARRIOR program, etc.

                 2.13.3. The Flight Commander of the "Warrior Flight" also receives the Award.

                 2.13.4. OG/CC submits a list of all cadets in the winning flight to CW/DS NLT the date CW/DS
                         specifies. The award is given upon confirmation of the cadet’s membership in the flight.

                 2.13.5. Designation as the Honor Flight is not a disqualifier for designation as the Warrior Flight.

SECTION B - OTHER AWARDS

1. Cadet of the Month.

        1.1. Criteria.

                 1.1.1. This award is available to all corps cadets.

                 1.1.2. This award is for cadets who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, initiative, or an
                        exceptional performance during Leadership Lab activities.

        1.2. Procedure.

                 1.2.1. A CWF 1206 is submitted to the CW/DS by the preceding supervisor NLT the date
                        specified by the CW/DS.

                 1.2.2. One cadet airman and one Cadet Officer is chosen for this award each month. In addition,
                        an award certificate and a gift certificate incentive may be given to Cadet of the Month
                        winners.

                 1.2.3. The Cadet of the Month Board (see Section C) determines the Cadet of the Month.

2. Cadet of the Semester. (Afterburner Award)

        2.1. Criteria.

                 2.1.1. All cadets are eligible.

        2.2. Procedure.

                 2.2.1. The Cadet of the Semester Board chooses one Cadet Officer and one cadet airman as Cadet
                        of the Semester. (See section C)

                 2.2.2. Each cadet receives a certificate commemorating his or her performance and has their name
                        engraved on the Afterburner award board that has all past winners of the award. They also
                        wear a silver shoulder cord throughout the following semester. Each cadet has their picture
                        placed on the picture board in the hallway of the Detachment and the Cadet Officer receives
                        an afterburner trophy.

SECTION C - CADET EVALUATION BOARDS

1. Awards Board.


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        1.1. The Awards Board consists of the Cadet Wing Commander, the Cadet Vice Wing Commander, Cadet
             Wing Inspector General, Operations Group Commander, Support Group Commander and Cadet Wing
             Executive Officer. The Cadet Vice Wing Commander presides over the Board.

2. Cadet of the Month/Semester Board.

        2.1. CW/DS presides over all Board functions.

        2.2. The board is composed of an odd number of high-ranking Cadet Officers at the discretion of CW/DS.

                2.2.1. All board questions will be submitted to the CV/CC for approval prior to all boards.

                2.2.2. Members of the Board will rate each nominee based on the pertaining criteria outlined in
                       part 2.3 and 2.4.

                2.2.3. Respective CWF 1206s are taken into consideration when selecting the winners.

        2.3. Cadet Airmen Criteria.

                2.3.1. Upon selection for COM/COS, a date will be set for Cadet Airmen to appear before a Cadet
                       Officer board of cadets who will evaluate the cadet’s performance before the board based
                       on, but not strictly according to, the following:

                         2.3.1.1 Military bearing

                         2.3.1.2. Professional appearance.

                         2.3.1.3. Uniform Wear.

                         2.3.1.4. Customs and courtesies.

                         2.3.1.5. Drill and ceremonies.

                         2.3.1.6. The COM/COS Board will ask for knowledge on any additional areas deemed
                                  appropriate.

        2.4. Cadet Officer Criteria.

                2.4.1. Cadets nominated for Cadet of the Month/Semester, are evaluated by their performance and
                       achievements that are deemed relevant by the board.

3. Recommendations. The Boards will send their recommendations to the Cadet Wing Vice Commander for
  approval.

SECTION D - AWARD PRESENTATION AND POSTING

1. Presentation and Posting.

        1.1. The awards described in this instruction are presented at LLAB, dining event, or during the Pass-In-
             Review ceremony depending on the award.

        1.2. The Cadet Wing Commander will distribute ribbons to the award winner(s).

        1.3. Plaques are presented before or at the last pertinent AFROTC event (pending available funds).


                                                                      DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                      Cadet Wing Commander


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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                            88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-2008
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                    10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                             Personnel

                                                                                            CADET PERSONAL
                                                                                     APPEARANCE INSPECTIONS

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                         Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                           Pages: 2
                                                                                                  Distribution: All


This instruction establishes a policy to guide inspecting officers when performing ORI’s, LLAB Gate Inspections,
and IG Spot Inspections for both Cadet Airmen and Cadet Officers. It sets forth guidelines in properly carrying out,
and Open-Ranks Inspection Scores (1-10) as required by AFROTC Instruction 53-6, GMC Promotion System. This
rating is in no way intended to replace or undermine the importance of the discrepancy system of tracking individual
uniform and appearance problems.

1. Reference.

         1.1. AFOATSI 36-2008, Senior Uniforms and Insignia.

         1.2. CWI 36-2011

SECTION A – OPEN RANK INSPECTIONS

1. General. During the IG inspection, inspecting officers will use this instruction as a guideline for assigning Open-
   Ranks Inspection scores. The criteria described in this instruction are intended to be as precise as possible while
   still giving some leeway to the inspecting officer. Because of this flexibility, Open-Ranks Inspection scores are
   inherently subjective in nature. Inspecting officers must use good judgment when interpreting the criteria in this
   instruction.

         1.1 Rating System. The Rating System for an Open Ranks Inspection (ORI) is broken down into a raw
             score between 0 and 10 with 10 being the highest possible score. The breakdown of these points is
             divided into several areas that cover the entire uniform and personal appearance of the cadet. Each
             area has several items that will be inspected.

         1.2 Inspectable Items. As a general guideline, the inspecting officer will utilize the CWF 3130 during an
             ORI. The CWF 3130 contains the main areas to be inspected. In each of these areas are several items
             that will be inspected.      Each discrepancy will be represented on the inspection sheet by the
             corresponding letter. There is a legend on the inspection sheet that explains what letters to use for each
             discrepancy. After the inspection is completed the total number of discrepancies will be tallied and
             noted. If a cadet has a major violation such as shaving, hair out of regulations, or stained or torn
             uniform, the inspection is considered failed and no further inspection will take place. An ORI
             inspection sheet is located on the Detachment 88 website in the file library.

         1.3. Failing an Inspection. Cadets who receive 3 or more discrepancies on an inspection will be deemed
              as having failed that inspection. Since an inspection is inherently subjective in nature, if a cadet feels
              that he or she was graded unfairly then they may schedule an appointment with the CW/IG and the
              inspecting officer to review the discrepancy.


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         1.4 Consequences of Failing an Inspection. Should a cadet fail a formal inspection, he or she will be
             held accountable and the following consequences will apply.

                  1.4.2 Cadet Airmen Consequences. Cadet Airman will be given a minor offense counseling in
                        accordance with CWI 36-2011.

                  1.4.3. Cadet Officers Consequences. Cadet Officers will be given a minor offense counseling in
                         accordance with CWI 36-2011.

SECTION B – LLAB INFORMAL INSPECTIONS

1. General. Frequently during the semester, IG may hold informal inspections of flights and cadets prior to their
  entry into LLAB. Both Cadet Airmen and Cadet Officers will undergo brief inspections and be notified of any
  infractions that are grossly out of regulations and therefore unacceptable. The cadet in question will receive, upon
  notification of infraction(s), a verbal counseling for the first infraction, and all further infractions will be held in
  accordance with Para. 1.4.2 or 1.4.3 . At the CW/IG’s discretion, the cadet will then be allowed to continue with
  LLAB or be sent back to their residence permitted to return when the cadet is back within regulations.

2. Cadet Airmen Consequences.

         2.1. Cadet Airmen will follow the same sequence of consequences as outlined in Para. 1.4.2.

3. Cadet Officers Consequences.

         3.1 Cadet Officers will follow the same sequence of consequences as cadet outlined in Para. 1.4.3.

SECTION C - IG SPOT INSPECTIONS

1. General. IG staff will document all uniform infractions that they observe around campus that are grossly out of
  regulations and that they deem require immediate correction. The infractions will be documented in the same as
  LLAB Gate Inspections.

2. Consequences. Cadet Officer and Cadet Airmen consequences will be the same as outlined in Para.’s 1.4.2 and
  1.4.3, respectively.


                                                                           DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                           Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                            88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-2011
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                            Personnel

                                                                                           DISCIPLINARY POLICY


                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                        Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                          Pages: 4
                                                                                                 Distribution: All


This instruction provides the suggested steps to be taken to correct behavior that does not meet AFROTC or Det 88
standards. Counseling sessions are a corrective tool used to ensure cadets are aware of serious or repeated failures to
adhere to the policies and operational standards of Detachment 88, to address the reason for these problems, and to
search for possible solutions. During the counseling session, the counseling cadet officer will focus the counselee
on behaviors that must be changed or standards that must be met and the actions that can be taken to make the
necessary changes. They will also discuss problems that may have caused the failures, and what can be done to
solve these problems. All counseling sessions must be held within one week of the violation. Follow-up sessions
may be necessary to ensure compliance.

1. References.

         1.1.1    AFOATSI 36-2011 paragraph 6.8.2


SECTION A – MINOR OFFENSES

1. The following consequences are meant only as an outline and may be applied differently according to the
  situation.

2. Minor Offenses.

         2.1. Verbal Counseling/Spot Correction

                  2.1.1. The immediate supervisor/IG Staff member will indicate the improper behavior to the cadet
                         and suggest ways to prevent future incidences.

                  2.1.2. If the immediate supervisor/IG Staff member deems it necessary, they may issue a
                         memorandum for record.

                           2.1.2.1. Example: Initial missing of a suspense, reoccurring of minor corrections, failed
                                    inspections, spot correction, gate inspection discrepancies.

         2.2. Cadet Airmen Consequences.

                  2.2.1. 1st Infraction. Cadet receives a verbal counseling and notification of their FLT/CC within
                         48 hours.

                  2.2.2. 2nd Infraction. When a cadet receives his or her 2nd infraction, they will receive their 1st
                         MFR and notification of their FLT/CC within 48 hours.
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                2.2.3. 3rd Infraction. On the 3rd infraction, the cadet will receive their 2 nd MFR and then be
                       required to schedule a formal counseling with their FLT/CC and CW/IG.

                2.2.4. 4th and Subsequent Infractions. On the 4th or subsequent infractions, the cadet will be
                       required to schedule a formal counseling with their FLT/CC and COC. The COC will
                       determine the appropriate disciplinary measures for the infraction.

        2.3. Cadet Officers Consequences.

                2.3.1. Cadet Officers will follow the same sequence of consequences as Cadet Airmen including
                       all counselings. However, the direct supervisor will replace the FLT/CC.

SECTION B – URGENT OFFENSES

3. Urgent Offenses:

        3.1 Written Counseling - Memorandum for Record (MFR)

                3.1.1. The immediate supervisor will fill out a MFR clearly outlining the discrepancy in behavior.

                3.1.2. The immediate supervisor will meet with the cadet and emphasize the importance of
                       following proper protocol.

                3.1.3. The immediate supervisor will pass the MFR up the chain of command for placement in the
                       cadet’s personal file.

        3.2. Examples: Disrespect toward other cadets, repetition of verbal counseling/spot correction, disobeying
             or refusal to carry out a direct and lawful order from a superior, disregard for safety, etc.

        3.3. Cadet Airmen Consequences.

                3.3.1. 1st Infraction. Cadet receives a MFR and notification of their FLT/CC within 48 hours.

                3.3.2. 2nd Infraction. Cadet receives a MFR, and then will be required to schedule a formal
                       counseling with their FLT/CC and CW/IG.

                3.3.3. 3rd Infraction. Cadet receives a LOC, and then will be required to schedule a formal
                       counseling with their FLT/CC, CW/CC and COC. The COC will determine the appropriate
                       disciplinary measures for the infraction.

        3.4. Cadet Officers Consequences.

                3.4.1. 1st Infraction. Cadet receives a MFR, and then will be required to schedule a formal
                       counseling with their direct supervisor and CW/IG.

                3.4.2. 2nd Infraction. Cadet receives a LOC, and then will be required to schedule a formal
                       counseling with their direct supervisor, CW/CC, and COC. The COC will determine the
                       appropriate disciplinary measures for the infraction, and a possible Form 16 may be issued.

SECTION C – MAJOR OFFENSES

1. Major Offenses:

        1.1 CW/IG or COC Counseling

                1.1.1. A LOC will be administered by the CW/IG for a first time offense to a Cadet Airmen, while
                       counseling with the COC will be required for a first time offense to a Cadet Officer.


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                  1.1.2. The CW/IG will make the Cadet Airmen aware of possible disenrollment in the AFROTC
                         program if current behavior persists. The COC will determine the appropriate disciplinary
                         measures for the infraction with the Cadet Officer.

                  1.1.3. Example: Honor code violation, attitude/action that brings disrespect or degradation to the
                         United States, the Air Force, or the Detachment.

        1.2. Cadet Airmen Consequences.

                  1.2.1. 1st Infraction. Cadet receives a LOC, and then will be required to schedule a formal
                         counseling with their FLT/CC and CW/IG.

                  1.2.2. 2nd Infraction. Cadet receives a LOR, and then will be required to schedule a formal
                         counseling with their FLT/CC, CW/CC, and COC. The COC will determine the
                         appropriate disciplinary measures for the infraction, and a possible Form 16 may be issued.

        1.3. Cadet Officers Consequences.

                  1.3.1. 1st Infraction. Cadet receives a LOR, and then will be required to schedule a formal
                         counseling with their direct supervisor, CW/CC, and COC. The COC will determine the
                         appropriate disciplinary measures for the infraction, and a possible Form 16 may be issued.

SECTION D – DISPERSION OF COUNSELINGS

1. Cadet Authority.

        1.1. Due to the important nature of counseling, and the affect they may potentially make on the future of
            any cadet in Detachment 88, only certain cadets are authorized to disperse counseling among the Cadet
            Wing. The Cadet Wing Commander, Cadet Vice Wing Commander, Cadet Wing Inspector General,
            and the IG Staff are the only cadets authorized to administer counseling to cadets who do not fall under
            their direct chain of command.

        1.2. Any Cadet Officer may write a counseling to a cadet under his or her chain of command. When doing
             so, the Cadet Officer must follow the procedure outlined in Section E of this Instruction. Cadet
             Airmen may not counsel any other cadet.

        1.3    In the event that a cadet witnesses another cadet commit an offense that they feel warrants a
              counseling, and the cadet witnessing the offense is either a Cadet Airmen or a Cadet Officer not in the
              direct chain of command of the cadet committing the offense, the cadet witnessing the offense must
              confront the cadet committing the offense, find out the reason the cadet is doing the offense, and
              instruct the cadet that the offense in question will be reported to their immediate supervisor or a
              member of IG Staff. The cadet reporting the offense must have pertinent information documented,
              such as the name and flight/position of the cadet committing the offense, the time of the offense, the
              location of the offense, etc.

SECTION E – PROCEDURE FOR TRACKING COUNSELINGS

1. Procedure.

        1.1. When a Cadet Officer is to administer a counseling to another cadet, they must do so in a fashion that
             ensures the counseling is properly documented, and accounted for, within the cadet’s record. In order
             to ensure the integrity of the following procedure, all Cadet Officers are to be held to a strict standard
             with respect to this procedure.

        1.2. Although the criteria for which a counseling may be given is generally flexible, that it, can be changed
             upon circumstances based on the judgment of the Cadet Officer, the procedures for issuing a
             counseling is not flexible. Adherence to this Instruction is mandatory.



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2. Required Forms and Cadet Confrontation.

       2.1. For every counseling administered to any cadet within Detachment 88, documentation is mandatory for
            the counseling to be official. A MFR for either a verbal counseling, or a for a written counseling, is
            the required form, and it is the counseling form that documents each infraction and corrective
            counseling.

       2.2. Whenever a Cadet Officer administers a counseling to another cadet, the Cadet Officer must confront
            the cadet to find out pertinent information surrounding the offense. This is to ensure the counseling is
            warranted before the counseling takes place.

3. Verbal Counseling Procedure.

       3.1. When administering a verbal counseling, a Cadet Officer must have possession of a MFR. The Cadet
            Officer will counsel the cadet needing corrective guidance, followed by filling out the required
            documentation on the MFR. Once signing the MFR, and receiving both signatures of the cadet being
            counseled and their immediate supervisor, the Cadet Officer will give a copy of the MFR to the cadet,
            while maintaining possession of the original.

       3.2. The Cadet Officer who had administered the counseling will now take the MFR and submit it to the
            required location within 48 hours (not to include weekends or holidays) of administering the
            counseling. One copy of the form will be submitted to the cadet’s commanding Cadet Officer, while
            another copy will be submitted to the Cadet Wing Inspector General’s cadet box.

4. Written Counseling Procedure.

       4.1. The procedure for administering a written counseling is the same as that outlined for a verbal
            counseling in Para. 3 of this Instruction. More detailed guidance for writing a MFR, LOC, and LOR
            can be found on the detachment website.



                                                                      DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                      Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                               88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-2012
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                        10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                                Personnel

                                                                                                    MINIMIZATION OF
                                                                                                    FRATERNIZATION

                        COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                           Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                             Pages: 2
                                                                                                    Distribution: All


This instruction provides a definition for fraternization as well as establishes procedures designed to limit fraternization
inside the Cadet Corps.

1. References.

N/A

2. Definition.

         2.1. Fraternization: any actions of a personal relationship that breaks down the proper bonds of respect
              within the Cadet Corps. Fraternization is most specifically applied to those incidents where one or
              both cadets may be in uniform or in some other capacity representing the United States Air Force. It
              includes, but is not limited to the relationships between Cadet Airmen and Cadet Officers, and internal
              relationships within the Cadet Officers.

3. Responsibilities.

         3.1. The Detachment commander should stress to his/her staff the importance of maintaining proper working
              relationships within the Cadet Corps. This fact should be repeated to their subordinates, and then again,
              until it has reached the bottom of the chain.

         3.2. All cadets within the Detachment are responsible for keeping fraternization in check, and taking
              measures to limit fraternization whenever possible.

4. Procedures

         4.1. Customs & Courtesies

                   4.1.1. Any time either cadet is in uniform, a respectful title or name should be used. Ideally, this
                          should eliminate the use of nicknames and/or first names in such situations. Cadet Airmen
                          should also call all Cadet Officers either “Sir” or “Ma’am” respectively under such occasions.

         4.2. Extra-Curricular Activities

                   4.2.1. The CW/IG will brief the Cadet Corps at the beginning of each school year and brief them on
                          fraternization utilizing AF Fraternization Policies. The IG commander will enforce the
                          Detachment’s fraternization policy. Specifically, he or she will remind all cadets of the
                          distinction between what relationships should be like at a club activity as compared to what
                          relationships should be like during normal Air Force ROTC operations.

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4.3. Dealing with occasions of Fraternization

         4.3.1. If fraternization is found to be occurring, the cadets involved should be made aware of the
                situation by their respective commanders, be reminded of the Detachment’s fraternization
                policy, and be given a chance to correct their actions on their own. This should be done
                discretely and respectfully.

         4.3.2. Should the cadets not be able to resolve the situation, it should be brought to the attention of
                the Detachment cadre. The cadre should talk to the cadets involved about the importance of
                proper respect within the Cadet Corps, and about the distinction between appropriate and
                inappropriate relationships.


                                                                 DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                 Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                          88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-2903
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                  10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                          Personnel

                                                                                         DRESS AND PERSONAL
                                                                                                APPEARANCE

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                       Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                         Pages: 3
                                                                                                Distribution: All


This instruction is to provide a standardized set of guidelines for proper Blues, Service Dress, BDU, FDU, and
Civilian clothing wear at Detachment 88. All cadets shall adhere to these policies while in these specific uniforms.
These guidelines are taken from AFI 36-2903 which provides leeway for the Detachment Commander in making
uniform policies. Therefore these guidelines are specific to Detachment 88 and may not be enforced in this specific
manner at other military installations.

1. Reference.

        1.1. AFI 36-2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel

        1.2. AFOATCI 36-2008, AFROTC Senior Uniforms and Insignia

2. General. The objective of this instruction is to provide information about the proper wear of the uniform and
personal grooming standards while in uniform.

SECTION A – UNIFORMS

1. Definition. Uniform combinations worn by cadets are:
                                 Service Dress (SD)
                                 Short Sleeve Shirt (SS)
                                 Short Sleeve Shirt with Tie or Tab (ST)
                                 Detachment T-shirt (DT)
                                 Physical Training (PTU)
                                 Physical Training Sweats (PTS)
                                 Battle Dress Uniform (BDU)
                                 Flight Dress Uniform (FDU)

        1.2. All cadets are required to wear their uniform from 0630-1630 on the day of LLAB. (Thursday)

        1.3. If the uniform worn to LLAB is PTUs, then cadets must wear their BDUs or Short Sleeve Blues the
             remainder of the day. If BDUs have not been issued, the UOD will be Short Sleeve Blues.

        1.4. All cadets must note that the PTU is not an acceptable uniform for wear at any AS class.

        1.5. Cadet Officers will wear either the BDU or FDU to class on Tuesday, except in situations where blues
             are appropriate.




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        1.6. All Cadet Airmen will wear their Blues uniform or professional business attire to their respective AS
             class. Upon issue, Cadet Airmen may wear BDUs at the discretion of the APAS and with approval of
             the CW/CC.

        1.7. Silver Name tags on Service Dress are mandatory for all Cadet Officers provided they have been
             issued.

        1.8 All cadets may wear backpacks that are solid black or solid dark blue in color, over one or both
            shoulders while in any uniform, as long as they are not in formation.

        1.9. The BDU uniform is the only uniform in which combat boots are authorized to be worn.

                    1.9.1. Cadet Airmen will wear only issued items when in BDUs. Cadet Airmen will not wear
                           alternate styles of combat boots IAW AFROTCI 36-2008.

        1.10. Cadets are not permitted to attach a cell phone to the uniform.

                 1.10.1. Cadets are not permitted to traverse, indoor or outdoor, while talking on a cell phone.

        1.11. Cadets are not permitted to smoke or chew any form of tobacco while in uniform or in civilian
              clothing at any PMT event, to include PDT.

SECTION B – BATTLE DRESS UNIFORM

1. Cadet Officers may roll up the sleeves on the BDU blouse. If rolled up, sleeve material must match the blouse and
   will touch or come within 1 inch of forearms when arm is bent at 90-degree angle.

2. Undershirts are to be black for Cadet Officers and issued brown for Cadet Airmen.

        2.1. Black undershirts for Cadet Officers are to be crew neck, or athletic style shirts without pockets.

        2.2. Inclement weather may merit the wear of alternate style undershirts to provide cadets with adequate
             protection from the cold. Under such situations, alternate styles – which remain within regulations –
             are authorized.

3. Cadet Officers will wear BDU rank centered on the collar, with the silver stripes perpendicular to and one inch
  from the bottom of the collar.

SECTION C – FLIGHT DRESS UNIFORM

1. FDU’s will be configured with the patches in the following manner.

        1.1. The Aircrew Style Name Patch is of royal blue background with red trim and lettering. It is to be
             centered on the left breast pocket. The Name Patch will include the name, centered above “CADET”
             left aligned, and “AFROTC” right aligned.

        1.2. The AFROTC patch is centered on the right breast pocket. (per AFROTCI 36-2008 par 6.3.2)

        1.3. The American flag on the left sleeve and the Detachment 88 patch on the right sleeve are both
             mandatory items and are the only patches authorized to be placed on the sleeves.

        1.4. Sleeves are to be worn completely down with the velcro straps visible and velcroed. The velcro straps
             are not to be tucked under.

SECTION D – PHYSICAL TRAINING UNIFORM

1. The PT sweatshirt and sweatpants may be worn together or separately with the t-shirt and shorts unless otherwise
   specified. (per AFROTCI 36-2008 par 7.3.2.3)


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2. Shoelaces will be tucked into the shoe or tucked under the crossed laces above the tongue of the shoe for safety
  reasons.

3. The only authorized watches to be worn in the PT uniform are sport watches as dress watches pose a safety
  hazard during PT.

4. Cadets are not authorized to wear bracelets while in the PT uniform. Exception: 1 POW/MIA bracelet is
  authorized.

SECTION E - CIVILIAN CLOTHING

1. All cadets will abide by guidelines set forth for civilian attire worn within AFROTC Detachment 88. Professional
   Civilian Attire is the principal guideline that will be followed. An example of Professional Civilian Attire is how the
   cadre dress when in civilian attire in the Detachment. Specific guidelines are found below.

         1.1. All shirts/blouses must present a professional appearance before entering the building and no
              undergarments may be showing. Under no circumstances should the mid-rift be exposed (this goes for
              sitting as well as standing).

         1.2. Any headgear to include hats, headphones, and sunglasses will be removed prior to entering the building.

         1.3. Males will not wear earrings or any other body piercing.

         1.4. AFI 36-2903 forbids body piercing except a single set of earrings for females located in the bottom lobe
              of the ear.

         1.5. Sleeveless shirts and undershirts are not authorized for males. Females are allowed to wear a tank top
              shirt as long as the width of the shoulder material is at least 2 inches in length.

         1.6. Clothing will be conservative, professional, and in good taste.

         1.7. Labels on clothing will be non-offensive in regards to race, sex, or religion, and will contain no profanity.

         1.8. Cellular phones, beepers and other disruptive electronic devices will be turned off or set to silent mode.

         1.9. Shoes must be worn in the Detachment.

         1.10. Anyone in violation of these guidelines will be asked to promptly leave the Detachment and return once
             they are appropriately dressed. Anyone found to continually violate these guidelines will be given a MFR
             and counseling.


                                                                           DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                           Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                             88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-3401
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                  10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                           Personnel

                                                                                  CADET OFFICER MENTORING
                                                                                                   - TECHS

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/XO (C/Capt Ruben Mallarino)                                     Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                          Pages: 2
                                                                                                 Distribution: All


This instruction provides guidance on how Cadet Officers should mentor, and also provides instruction on sources
for further information.

1. Reference.

        1.1. AFI 36-3401 Air Force Mentoring

2. Definition.

        2.1. A mentor is defined as a “trusted counselor or guide.”

        2.2. Mentoring is a relationship in which a person with greater experience and wisdom guides another
             person to develop both personally and professionally.

        2.3. Mentoring helps prepare cadets for the increased responsibilities they will assume as they progress in
             their careers.

3. Assignment of Mentors.

        3.1. All POC’s will serve as mentors. Cadet Airmen will be assigned a mentor by the first LLAB as a
             “Tech.”

        3.2. A list will be provided by the Operation Group and will be posted.

4. Responsibilities.

        4.1. Mentoring is an inherent responsibility of leadership. Mentors must take an active roll in the
            development of their subordinates, while providing them with the knowledge of their current job.

        4.2. Mentors should assist their cadets by providing realistic evaluation of both performance and potential.

5. Focus.

        5.1. The focus is the development of skills needed to ensure the success of the training as a cadet in
             AFROTC and a student in their college experience.

6. Expectations.

        6.1. POCs: Provide hands on training to your “tech,” while helping them as you see fit.

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                6.1.1. Be an active mentor to your assigned Cadet Airmen with regards to ROTC training and
                       lifestyle.

7. Recognition, Awards, and Decorations.

        7.1. Those mentors chosen for going above and beyond their duties will receive recognition.

        7.2. Restrict recommendations to recognition of meritorious service, outstand achievement, etc.


                                                                      DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                      Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                               88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 36-7
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                            Personnel

                                                                                             FITNESS PROGRAMS


                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: OSS/PFO (C/Capt Jose Mendez)                                       Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                           Pages: 2
                                                                                                 Distribution: All


This instruction outlines the policies, procedures, and standards governing fitness programs at Detachment 88.

1. Reference.

        1.1 AFROTC MANUAL 36-201, Cadet Physical Training Program

        1.2 Mission Directive

2. General. The objective of this instruction is to provide information about the fitness programs implemented at
  Detachment 88.

3. Programs.

        3.1. Physical Training Sessions. Each semester the OSS/PFO will review and modify the previous
             semester's fitness program. The program should meet the objectives outlined in AFROTCM 36-201.
             Four hours of PT activities will be offered each week.

                 3.1.1. All cadets must attend a minimum of two PT sessions per week. Each cadet must attend the
                        mandatory PT session on Tuesday plus one other PT session (Monday, Wednesday,
                        Friday). These two sessions count for the total minimum of two PT sessions per week.
                        Cadets must achieve an 80% attendance minimum over the course of the semester. While
                        cadets are encouraged to attend as many PT sessions as possible, only 3 per week can count
                        toward meeting the 80% overall attendance minimum.

                 3.1.2. Cadets that fail the PFT (receive a score of 74 or below) or fail any event (receive a score of
                        0 on any one event) will attend an additional PT session each week until released by the
                        COC.

                 3.1.3. All PT sessions will begin promptly at 0630. Any cadet that is late will not receive credit
                        for that PT session.

                 3.1.4. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday PT sessions can be completed at either CSUS or in
                        conjunction with AROTC at UCD. The OSS/PFO will be responsible for compiling
                        attendance records for all cadets.

                 3.1.5. PT sessions will meet at the location determined by the OSS/PFO. This location will also
                        be posted on the Detachment website.



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3.2. Commander’s Discretion. All cadets are expected and required to attend the mandatory PT offered at
     CSUS or UCD. Some circumstances may prevent a cadet from attending the mandatory PT. Under
     EXTREME circumstances, the COC will approve extenuating arrangements.

        3.2.1. If a cadet requires such arrangements, the cadet must submit an official memorandum
               through the cadet chain of command stating the situation and proposed solution. This must
               be completed by the third PT session of the semester.


                                                            DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                            Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 37-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                    10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                            Personnel

                                                                                     CUSTOMS AND COURTESIES
                                                                                       FOR AFROTC PERSONNEL

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                         Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                            Pages: 1
                                                                                                  Distribution: All


This instruction establishes standards for customs and courtesies for Air Force ROTC cadets.

1. General. The objective of this instruction is to provide information on proper procedures for the customs and
  courtesies due to Cadre and Cadet Officers.

2. Procedures.

        2.1. All cadets in uniform must render a salute to all United States military officers.

        2.2. All Cadet Airmen in uniform, with a cover on, will salute Cadet Officers in any uniform. When not
             wearing a cover only a verbal greeting is required.

        2.3. Cadet Officers in uniform will render a salute to higher ranking Cadet Officers in uniform.

        2.4. Cadets will not render a salute to any enlisted member of the Armed Forces.

        2.5. Cadet Officers in FDUs are not to wear rank while in uniform, therefore, Cadet Officers in FDUs will
             render a salute to Cadet Officers of higher rank in accordance with para. 2.3 of this instruction. An
             exchange of salutes is still required between two Cadet Officers who are both in FDUs, or Cadet
             Officers in FDUs and Cadet Officers of lower rank not wearing an FDU, however, precedence on the
             cadet who initiates the salute will not be enforced as long as the salute takes place. All Cadet Airmen
             will salute all Cadet Officers wearing an FDU.

        2.6. Cadets are not required to salute while in PTs, except to United States military officers in uniform.

        2.7. Cadets in any uniform required to call the area (or room) to attention for the following people: active
             duty officers, the CW/CC and the CW/CV. This applies only to the Cadet O’Club, conference room,
             AS classroom, and outside areas surrounding the PSB. Physical training areas, such as the track or IM
             fields, are no-salute zones. At the commander’s discretion, other areas may be designated as no-salute
             zones.


                                                                         DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                         Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                           88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 37-126
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                  10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                  Communication and Information

                                                                                              ADMINISTRATIVE
                                                                                             COMMUNICATIONS

                      COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/GMCA (C/3C Travis Antoniono)                                   Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                          Pages: 1
                                                                                                Distribution: All


This instruction outlines general guidelines for preparing official correspondence. It is intended to standardize
correspondence while allowing division’s adequate leeway for specific requirements. It applies to all who originate
or use correspondence procedures covered by this instruction.

1. Reference.

        1.1. AFMAN 37-126, Preparing Official Communications

2. General. This instruction prescribes the proper format and channels of wing correspondence.

3. Procedures.

        3.1. All correspondence within the Cadet Wing shall be in proper format and headings appropriate for that
             particular document. All divisions will coordinate with their Commander before publishing
             correspondence.

        3.2. Standard headings for special orders, wing instructions, and general correspondence are maintained by
             CW/GMCA.

        3.3. Correspondence concerning changes in policy, procedures, or instructions governing the wing's
             operation coordinate with CW/CV and CW/IG.

        3.4. The Cadet Wing Commander will sign official Cadet Wing correspondence unless directed by
             instruction of COC.

        3.5. CW/GMCA will distribute all correspondence to the cadet boxes.

        3.6. Correspondence normally expires after 30 days, unless it contains another correspondence date.



                                                                       DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                       Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                 88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 53-6
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                    15 MARCH 2005

                                                                                    Communication and Information

                                                                 CADET WING TRAINING
                                                                PROGRAM AND RECORDS
                                                                        MAINTENANCE
                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/
             *(No longer maintained per COC’s direction effective Fall 2005)


OPR: CW/GMCA (C/3C Travis Antoniono)                                      Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                             Pages: 3
                                                                                                   Distribution: All


1. Overview. Skilled and trained cadets are critical to the corps in providing a strong support to the accomplishment
   of the cadet wing mission. The Cadet Wing Training Program provides training for personnel to attain knowledge
   and skill qualifications required of Air Force officers and to perform duty in their respective jobs. All forms and
   documents listed in this instruction are available to download, edit, and print via the Detachment 88 web site.

         1.1. Training and Mission Accomplishment. Training is an integral part of the corps’ mission. An
              effective training program requires commander and supervisory involvement at all levels.

         1.2. Training and Cadet (Trainee) Career Program. Supervisors must explain to trainees the
             relationship of training to career progression. While the supervisor’s primary responsibility is to plan a
             program outlining specific short term mission related goals for the trainee, overall success depends on
             the supervisor’s ability to advise and assist cadets to reach long range career objectives. Supervisors
             must take an active role in the trainee’s career progression.

2. Wing Inspector General (88 CW/IG):

         2.1. Is the wing overall authority for the Cadet Training Record Maintenance Program, and will certify this
              instruction.

         2.2. Delegates administration of the Cadet Training Record Maintenance Program to the continuity officer.

3. Continuity Officer:

         3.1. Administers the Cadet Training Record Maintenance Program.

         3.2. Develops Cadet Training Record Maintenance Program policy and guidance.

         3.3. Notifies 88 CW supervisors (trainers) to conduct comprehensive inspections of cadet training records
              when directed by 88 CW/IG.

         3.4. Conducts checks of cadet training records with 88 CW/IG to evaluate their effectiveness, adequacy,
              and currency. Random checks will be accomplished weekly. All training record checks must be
              documented with a locally developed checklist.

         3.5. Reports status of cadet training records to Wing IG weekly.

         3.6. Tracks all open/closed inspection findings/discrepancies.


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4. Supervisors (Trainers):

        4.1. Have the single greatest impact on mission accomplishment. They must share their experiences and
             expertise to meet mission requirements and provide a quality training program to the trainee.
             Supervisors must plan, conduct, and evaluate training.

        4.2. Use the appropriate Cadet Training Standard for Initial Military Training (IMT) cadets, Field Training
             Preparatory (FTP) cadets, Intermediate Cadet Leaders (ICL), and Senior Cadet Leaders (SCL) to
             manage individual training.

        4.3. Use AFROTC IMT 68, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Special Actions Nomination, to
             document cadet’s position, awards, academic achievements, extracurricular activities, etc. This form is
             available on Maxwell AFB web site at: http://www.maxwell.af.mil/msd/pubs/afoatsforms/index.htm.

        4.4. Use Cadet Performance Feedback Worksheet to document cadet’s duty performance, knowledge,
             leadership, and physical fitness.

        4.5. Use AFOATS IMT 2, Leadership Effectiveness Report, to document cadet’s problem solving skills,
            management ability, and leadership traits. This form is available on Maxwell AFB web site at:
            http://www.maxwell.af.mil/msd/pubs/afoatsforms/index.htm.

        4.6 Use a memorandum for record to document any counseling with the trainee.

        4.7. Maintain/update cadet training records each semester or as often as necessary. Whenever a trainee
             completes training or briefings, supervisors must ensure updates are reflected on the training records.
             Recurring briefings are documented on the Individual Training Requirements list (see Attachment 2).
             Other training completed by a cadet is documented on page 2, section III, of AF Form 623 (see
             Attachment 6).

        4.8 Keep their trainees’ records in a secure place to prevent disclosure of sensitive data contained in these
            training records. Supervisors will return completed/updated training records to the Continuity Officer
            at the end of each semester.

        4.9. Discrepancy Report forms are used to track all discrepancies found during Wing Inspector General
             inspections that cannot be corrected on the spot. This form may be downloaded from the Detachment
             88 web site. See Attachment 7 for a sample.

        4.10. Discrepancy Form closure: Wing Inspector General will approve and sign all closed forms.

        4.11. Discrepancy Form disposal: Send all closed discrepancy forms immediately to 88 CW/IG for
            disposition.

5. Cadet Training Record (AF Form 623): Maintain a cadet training record organized in the following manner:

        5.1. Table of Contents.

                 5.1.1. Section I. Cadet Training Standard & Lesson Time Requirements (three pages)

                 5.1.2. Section II. Individual Training Requirements List

                 5.1.3. Section III. AFROTC IMT 68

                 5.1.4. Section IV. Cadet Performance Feedback Worksheet

                 5.1.5. Section V. Leadership Effectiveness Report




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               5.1.6. Section VI. Counseling (Memorandum for Record).

6. Forms:

       6.1. Discrepancy Report Form will be used for documenting all discrepancies from the 88 CW/IG
            inspection. This form will be used as a tool to document and track deficiencies until closed.

               6.1.1. Annotate “OPEN” or “CLOSED” at the end of each update to document the status of the
                      item. When the item is opened, it should be signed by the supervisor opening the form.
                      When the item is closed, it should be documented as “CLOSED” and signed by the 88
                      CW/IG (Attachment 7).

               6.1.2. 88 CW/IG will sign all closed form after a follow-up inspection has been conducted and all
                      discrepancies have been corrected.


                                                           MICHAEL VALDIVIA, C/Colonel, AFROTC
                                                           Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                             88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 53-7
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                 10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                         Personnel

                                                                                                   PROMOTIONS


                      COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:     This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/DS (C/Lt Col Ryan Hedlund)                                    Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                         Pages: 2
                                                                                               Distribution: All


This instruction establishes the Cadet Airmen and Cadet Officer promotion system for the Cadet Corps. It also
establishes the administration and limitations for Cadet Officer promotions.

SECTION A – CADET AIRMEN PROMOTION SYSTEM

1. Reference.

        1.1. AFROTCI 36-2017, The College Program Curriculum.

        1.2. The COC Guide, Chapter 6.

2. Cadet Airmen Promotions.

        2.1. C/4C cadets are eligible for promotion to C/3C only after they have completed all AS 100
            requirements. The promotion from C/4C to C/3C is automatic and no special order is required.

3. Dual Enrolled Cadet Promotions.

        3.1. Dually enrolled cadets will hold the rank of C/4C for the Fall Semester and be automatically promoted
             to C/3C for the Spring Semester. No special order is required.

SECTION B – CADET OFFICER PROMOTION SYSTEM

1. References.

        1.1. AFROTCI 36-2017.

        1.2. The COC Guide, Chapter 6.

2. Spot Promotions (Automatic).

        2.1. When selected the 88th Cadet Wing Commander, the rank of C/Col is awarded.

        2.2. When selected Vice Wing Commander, the rank of C/Col is awarded. This position cannot be
             promoted.



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2.3. When selected as a Group Commander, the rank of C/Lt Col is awarded. This position cannot be
     promoted.

2.4. The Wing staff will determine the remaining rank structure (with approval from the COC) according to
     staffing requirements. The UMD should be referenced for information on the maximum number of
     ranks approved for the Cadet Wing.

2.5 Cadets deferred from Field Training (AS 500 cadets) will enter the POC corps (w/o prop and wings),
    have a POC-level job, and will hold a rank of C/2Lt. Upon successful completion of FT, these cadets
    will pin on their prop and wings and will have no restrictions placed on their rank.


                                                             DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                             Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                               88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 53-10
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                     10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                             Personnel

                                                                                            ATTENDANCE RECORD
                                                                                                     PROGRAM

                        COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:        This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: LRS/PO (C/1Lt Brennen Smith)                                         Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                             Pages: 2
                                                                                                   Distribution: All


This instruction outlines the policies and procedures for maintaining an attendance database for leadership lab, field
training preparation, and physical training sessions for AFROTC Detachment 88.

1. Reference.

    1.1. Mission Directive

    1.2. AFROTCI 36-2017, AFROTC College Program

    1.3. Det 88 Mission Directive.

2. General. The objective of this instruction is to provide information about the attendance policy and maintenance
   of attendance information for the Cadet Corps of AFROTC Detachment 88.

3. Programs.

         3.1. Cadets must attend 80% of the Leadership Laboratory/Field Training Preparation sessions and PT
              sessions throughout the semester to pass LLAB. Failure to comply with the 80% standards will result
              in LLAB failure.

         3.2 LLAB, FTP, PT Attendance

                   3.2.1. The FLT/CC counterpart will be given an attendance sheet in advance of the LLAB/FTP/PT
                          session. The FLT/CC counterpart will be able to take attendance within the first 15 minutes
                          of the official beginning of that session. At that time the FLT/CC counterpart will give
                          their attendance sheet to their SQ/CC counterpart. The SQ/CC counterpart will then pass
                          this attendance record off to the LRS/PO.

                   3.2.2. The FLT/CC will annotate a late arrival and the arrival time on the attendance sheet for late
                          cadets arriving during the 15-minute window. Though annotated as late, the cadet will not
                          receive credit toward the 80% minimum.

                   3.2.3. If a cadet arrives after the 15-minute window they will be counted as absent for that session.

         3.3. PT Session Exemptions and Eligibility for Make-Up LLAB and PT



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                3.3.1. Cadets involved in in-season intercollegiate sports may not be required to attend regularly
                       scheduled PT sessions. An official memorandum must be through the cadet chain of
                       command prior to the 3rd PT session stating what sport they are participating in, it's time
                       requirements, and it’s physical requirements to obtain the exemption. Approval is at the
                       final discretion of the Detachment commander.

                3.3.2. If a cadet was not present or did not sign the attendance sheet for a session within the 15-
                       minute window they are counted as absent. Under extreme circumstances (illness, death in
                       family, etc), absences may be excused by submitting an official memorandum to their
                       FLT/CC counterpart prior to or within 24 hours after their missed session stating the reason
                       for their absence. In case of a medical emergency or illness, the cadet must attach a doctor’s
                       or school nurse’s note of diagnosis.

                3.3.3. Upon receipt of the Official Memorandum, the FLT/CC counterpart will sign, date and
                       forward it to the LRS/PO by COB the following day. The LRS/PO will check for
                       extenuating circumstances and supplemental materials and annotate eligibility for the make-
                       up LLAB or PT. The COC has final discretion of make-up LLAB eligibility.

       3.4. Counseling

                3.4.1. Counseling for repeated LLAB absences will be dealt with as outlined in CWI 36-2011.

                3.4.2. Upon an absence that puts a cadet on the threshold (within one absence) of failing either
                       LLAB or PT, the cadet must report to the COC for mandatory counseling within 72
                       business hours.

4. Records.

       4.1. The attendance sheets signed by cadets at every ROTC session or event will be kept by the attendance
            staff in a binder specific to that event (i.e. PT, LLAB, FTP).

       4.2. A cadet who appears on a “fail”, “about to fail”, or “tardy” list published by the attendance staff will be
            notified. Further instruction as to counseling will be included. That cadet may request via Official
            Memorandum to the LRS/PO to see their attendance records. Attendance records will not be reviewed
            for cadets under any other case.


                                                                        DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                        Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                              88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 90-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                   Command Policy

                                                                                        AUTHORIZATION TO
                                                                                    COMMUNICATE WITH COC

                      COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/IG (C/Maj J. Paul Dietz)                                       Certified by: CW/CV (C/Col Kristen Maxey)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                          Pages: 1
                                                                                                Distribution: All


This instruction outlines the policies for official communication with the Commandant of Cadets.

1. Reference.

        1.1. Unknown

2. General. This instruction prescribes which cadet positions are authorized to seek and communicate with the
  Commandant of Cadets.

3. Procedures.

        3.1. The following is a list of cadets that are hereby authorized to seek out and communicate with the
             Commandant of Cadets without previous communication/permission from the Cadet Wing
             Commander.

                 a) Cadet Wing Vice Commander
                 b) Group Commanders
                 c) Field Training Preparation Commander

                 Note: Concerning Official Detachment Policy/Business -- Every effort should be made to
                 communicate issues with the Cadet Wing Commander prior to meeting with the COC.

        3.2. All GP/CCs will communicate with the Cadet Wing Commander within 24 hours and provide a back
             brief of all communication with the Commandant of Cadets.

        3.3. This instruction may be altered/revoked at any point in time by the Cadet Wing Commander as he/she
             sees fit.


                                                                       DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                       Cadet Wing Commander




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                 88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 90-2
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                      15 MARCH 2005

                                                                                                      Command Policy

                                                                                       CADET WING CONTINUITY
                                                                                                 INSPECTIONS

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/CO (C/Maj Eliseo Santos)                                       Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Michael Valdivia)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                           Pages: 8
                                                                                                  Distribution: All


A self-inspection program provides an effective means of assessing mission performance and organizational
effectiveness through internal review. A thorough inspection gauges a unit’s strengths and illuminates problem
areas. Commanders and the Inspector General dictate the quality of their continuity program. They use inspection
results to assess mission readiness and direct resources and energies to correct deficiencies. A viable continuity
requires a conscientious approach at all levels. Additionally, a continuity program provides an effective means for
program managers to maintain processes and execute their duties in an organized manner. All form and documents
listed in this instruction are available to download, edit, and print via the Detachment 88 web site.

1. References.

         1.1. AFI 90-201, Inspector General Activities

2. General. The objectives of this instruction are to:

         2.1. Assign continuity program responsibilities.

         2.2. Ensure each functional area and additional duty are periodically inspected.

         2.3. Establish a method to identify, document, track, and resolve deficiencies.

         2.4. Provide feedback to commanders.

         2.5 Assure that all checklists are tailored and current.

3. Wing Inspector General (88 CW/IG):

         3.1. Is the wing overall authority for the Continuity Program, and will certify this instruction.

         3.2. Delegates administration of the 88 CW Continuity Program to the continuity officer.

4. Continuity Officer:

         4.1. Administers the 88th Cadet Wing Continuity Program.

         4.2. Develops Continuity Program policy and guidance.



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        4.3. Notifies 88 CW program managers to conduct comprehensive self-inspections when directed by 88
             CW/IG.

        4.4. Conducts checks of program manager binders with 88 CW/IG to evaluate their effectiveness,
             adequacy, and currency. Additional checks may be accomplished as required. All binder checks must
             be documented with a locally developed checklist.

        4.5. Validates local inspection checklists generated by all 88 CW program managers.

        4.6. Tracks all open/closed continuity findings/discrepancies.

5. Program Managers:

        5.1. Are cadets who hold Professional Officer Course (POC) jobs within the cadet wing. Occasionally,
             POC jobs are assigned to Cadet Airmen.

        5.2. Create and maintain inspection checklists by virtue of their respective fields of expertise, programs, or
             additional duties. All program managers will have appointment letters (or signed Job Description
             Letter, see Attachment 3), and all letters will be placed in the respective binders.

        5.3. Maintain/update continuity binders each semester or as often as necessary. Whenever information in
             continuity documents is updated, program managers must ensure updates are also reflected on
             corresponding checklists.

        5.4. Discrepancy Report forms are used to track all discrepancies found during self-inspections, Wing
             Inspector General inspections, etc. that cannot be corrected on the spot. Program managers are
             authorized to open a discrepancy report form. This form may be downloaded from the Detachment 88
             web site. See Attachment 5 for a sample. Newly opened discrepancy forms will be signed by the
             program manager that will be tracking the form status through closure.

        5.5. Weekly updates. Ensure aggressive updates of discrepancy forms on a weekly basis until the
             discrepancies are closed – “no change” or similar entries are not considered an acceptable update. As a
             minimum, weekly updates should indicate attempted communication or requests for status. The
             weekly updates will typically be completed by the program manager and the hard copies will be
             forwarded to 88 CW/IG by Thursday of each week. The end of each weekly update will be annotated
             either “OPEN” or “CLOSED” (Attachment 5).

        5.6. Discrepancy Form closure: Wing Inspector General will approve and sign all closed forms.

        5.7. Discrepancy Form disposal:      Send all closed discrepancy forms immediately to 88 CW/IG for
             disposition.

        5.8. Maintain records pertaining to inspections and continuity.

6. Self-Inspection Checklists:

        6.1. Program managers must maintain and accomplish 88 CW/IG checklists for their respective jobs.

        6.2. Checklists are to be created in Microsoft Word, Times New Roman, 12 font. No automatic numbering
             system is to be used (Attachment 4).




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7. Program Manager Binder: Maintain a program manager binder organized in the following manner:

        7.1. Table of Contents.

                7.1.1. Section I. Current 88 CWI 90-201, Continuity and Inspection Programs.
                       88 CWI 90-201 must be in every program manager binder as a hard copy.

                7.1.2. Section II. Signed Job Description letter

                7.1.3. Section III. 88 CW/IG checklists

                7.1.4. Section IV. Open/closed Discrepancy Forms

                7.1.5. Section V. Continuity at a Glance (one-page document). This document contains a brief
                       description of each assigned task (or program) and important items of interest for program
                       manager’s quick reference. See Attachment 1 for a sample.

                7.1.6. Section VI. Individual Task Procedure. This step-by-step document contains a detailed
                       description of each assigned task to assist program managers in successfully accomplishing
                       each task in an organized manner. See Attachment 2 for a sample.

                7.1.7. Section VII. Miscellaneous Continuity Program information (emails, items of interest,
                       taskers, etc.). Include other important documents in this section that are used to accomplish
                       routine tasks.

8. Forms:

        8.1. Discrepancy Report Form will be used for documenting all discrepancies from the 88 CW/IG
             inspection. This form will be used as a tool to document and track deficiencies until closed.

                8.1.1. Annotate “OPEN” or “CLOSED” at the end of each update to document the status of the
                       item. When the item is opened, it should be signed by the program manager opening the
                       form. When the item is closed, it should be documented as “CLOSED” and signed by the
                       88 CW/IG (Attachment 5).

                8.1.2. 88 CW/IG will sign all closed form after a follow-up inspection has been conducted and all
                       discrepancies have been corrected.


                                                              MICHAEL VALDIVIA, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                              Cadet Wing Commander




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         Attachment 1

CONTINUITY AT A GLANCE FORMAT




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           Attachment 2

INDIVIDUAL TASK PROCEDURE FORMAT




         *** EXAMPLE ***




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         Attachment 3

JOB DESCRIPTION LETTER FORMAT




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           Attachment 4

SELF-INSPECTION CHECKLIST FORMAT




         *** EXAMPLE ***




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          Attachment 5

SAMPLE DISCREPANCY REPORT FORM




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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                                88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 120-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                     10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                      Command Policy

                                                                                          DUAL ENROLLED CADET
                                                                                                 REQUIREMENTS

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:       This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: OG/CC (C/Lt Col Justin McCabe)                                       Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                            Pages: 1
                                                                                                   Distribution: All


This instruction prescribes the requirements for dual enrolled cadets.

1. References.

         1.1. AFMAN 36-2203, Drill and Ceremonies

         1.2. AFROTCI 36-2011, Administration of Senior Air Force ROTC Cadets

         1.3. AFROTCI 36-2017, AFROTC College Program


2. Definition. A Dually Enrolled Cadet is a cadet taking the Cadet Airmen program in a single year by fulfilling
  AS100 requirements during the Fall term and AS200 requirements during the Spring term. The cadets will enroll
  in both the AS100 and AS200 academic classes for both terms.

3. General. The objectives of this instruction.

         3.1. To monitor the progress of dual enrolled cadets.

         3.2. To insure that each dual enrolled cadet has received all educational briefings that are required of both
              AS100 and AS200 cadets.

         3.3. To insure that each dual enrolled cadet is proficient in the required drill and ceremonies.

         3.4. To insure that each dual enrolled cadet learns the organization of the Cadet Corps.

4. Procedures.

         4.1. Attend normally scheduled LLAB’s as an AS200 cadet.

         4.2. Cadet must meet all LLAB objectives for both AS100s and AS200s.

         4.3. Wear the rank of AS100 during the Fall semester and that of AS200 during the Spring semester.


                                                                          DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                                          Cadet Wing Commander



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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER                                              88TH CADET WING INSTRUCTION 205-1
88TH CADET WING
                                                                                                   10 AUGUST 2006

                                                                                                     Command Policy

                                                                                     DETACHMENT OPERATING
                                                                                              INSTRUCTION

                       COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY


NOTICE:      This publication is available digitally on the Detachment 88 web site at: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/


OPR: CW/XO (C/Capt Ruben Mallarino)                                     Certified by: CW/CC (C/Col Drew Bateman)
Supersedes: N/A                                                                                          Pages: 2
                                                                                                 Distribution: All


This instruction establishes the Detachment security procedures that Cadet Corps personnel follow.

1. Reference.

        1.1. COC Policy. DET 88 Operating Instruction

2. Procedures.

        2.1. No cadet is authorized entry into the cadre offices, equipment, or files during non-duty hours. Only
             authorized cadets may enter the supply room during non-duty hours.

        2.2. No cadet is authorized entry to or use of cadre offices, desk, supplies, equipment, or files during duty
             hours except to carry out official ROTC corps business with approval given by a cadre member.

        2.3. No cadet is authorized access to privileged Detachment information unless supervised by a cadre
             member.

        2.4. No cadet is authorized entry to the Wing Staff Office without permission from either the Cadet Wing
             Commander, Cadet Vice Wing Commander, Wing Executive Officer, or Vice Wing Executive Officer.

        2.5. All wing staff personnel are authorized entry to the Detachment classroom, cadet offices, and
             conference room during non-duty hours to directly carry out official ROTC corps business or supervise
             other cadets conducting official corps business. The Cadet Wing Commander can amend this at their
             discretion with the approval of the Commandant of Cadets.

        2.6. If going to the Detachment to meet with Cadre on official business, cadets are required to be in
             uniform. Cadets should schedule cadre meetings at least one day prior to the desired appointment.

        2.7. Cadets are responsible for rendering the appropriate verbal greeting to all officers, NCOs, senior
             cadets, and other service cadets that they encounter while in the Detachment. Cadets will yield the
             right of way to the aforementioned people in hallways and doorways.

        2.8. Each AS course section’s class leader will be prepared to call the classroom to attention when their
             instructor or any officer first enters the room at the start of class. The class leader should be ready to
             assist the instructor if necessary.




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2.9. The Public Service Building will be open to all cadets each weekday from 0630-1630 hrs.

2.10. At least one Cadet Officer must be present when a Cadet Airmen is in the Detachment during non-
    business hours.



                                                             DREW BATEMAN, C/Col, AFROTC
                                                             Cadet Wing Commander




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