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					JROTC Department
2901 Shotts Ste., Suite-D, Fort Worth, Texas 76107
OFFICE 817.871.3495 FAX 817.871.3254
www.fwisd.org




                                                                               16 November 2010

SUBJECT:      JCC Formal Inspection Standard Operating Procedures

1.     General Planning Information:

       a.      Junior Cadet Corps Coordinator and JROTC Army Instructors will inspect all JCC units.

       b.      Evaluating will include the following areas: Classroom Appearance, Promotion Records,
               Administration, Training Management, Students Folders, Public Affairs Program, In-
               Ranks Inspection, Curriculum Knowledge and Drill and Ceremony.

       c.      The inspection will start at the beginning of 1st period and conclude with the last period
               of the day. JCC instructors will coordinate an in briefing (5-10 min) with principal prior
               to beginning the inspection.

2.     Areas of Inspection:

       a. Cadet Attendance/Participation: Evaluation will assess the following area: Cadet Attendance
          is a vital part of the education process. In-school detention, suspension and other disciplinary
          action will be counted as an unexcused absent. See cadet attendance worksheet (page 6) for
          calculation formula.

       b. Classroom Appearance & Bulletin Board : Evaluation will assess the areas listed to ensure
          the following items are displayed for cadets viewing and ensure the classroom is clean and
          neat in appearance: All Chain of Command Photos, Current Events, Mission, Motto, Honor
          Code, Cadet Uniform Photos, Cadet Creed, I Am A Cadet Pledge, and Rank Structure Photo.
          See classroom appearance worksheet (page 7) for points awarded.

       c. Promotion Records & Administration: Evaluation will assess the areas listed to ensure
          documents are on file: Promotion test, promotion orders with date of rank, promotion
          certificates, promotion study guide, community service record dated and signed, See
          promotion record worksheet (page 8) for points awarded.

       d. Training Management/Student Folder: Evaluation will assess the areas listed to ensure the
          following documents and items are on file: Cadet Handbook, student text book 1 & 2,
          weekly in-ranks inspection worksheet with grade, training schedule, weekly quiz/test, power
          point presentation, student handouts, formal inspection LOI, drill meet LOI and student
          folders. See training management worksheet on (page 9) for points awarded.
          Student Folders will include the following: Promotion Test Results, Promotion Orders
          Promotion Certificate, Community Service Sheet, Quiz/Test Results, I Am A Cadet Pledge,
          Weekly Inspection Work Sheet Results, Awards Record, Merit/Demerit Form and
          Disciplinary infraction.

       e. Public Affairs: Evaluation will assess the areas listed below to ensure the following
          documents or items displayed or on file. Hallway display, local newspaper article, JCC
          newsletter, current activities photos identifying events, current scrapbook identifying events,
          elementary feeder school visit documentation. See Public Affairs worksheet on (page 10) for
          points awarded.

     f.   In-Ranks Inspection: Evaluation will assess the following areas during the in-ranks
          inspection: Cadet Appearance/ uniform in accordance with cadet handbook, grooming (hair
          touching collar), correct ribbons/awards placement, military courtesy (Yes/No Sir and
          Yes/No Sergeant) and preparing class for in-ranks inspection in accordance with FM 3-21.5.
          See in ranks instructions worksheet on (page11) for calculation formula and in ranks
          inspection worksheet on page (page 13).

     g. Curriculum Knowledge: Evaluation will assess the cadet’s knowledge in the following areas:
        Honor Code, JCC Mission, Motto, Chain of Command, Drill/Ceremony, Rank Identification,
        Citizenship/Constitution and General Cadet Knowledge. See cadet curriculum knowledge
        worksheet on (page 12) for calculation formula and (page 14-15) for questions and answers
        review sheet.

     h. Drill and Ceremony: Evaluation will assess the following areas: Class Leader’s ability to
        march class in a line formation IAW 22 drill commands and cadet’s ability to respond and
        execute given commands. See drill and ceremony worksheet (page16-17) for points awarded.

     i.   Color Guard Performance: Evaluation will assess the Color Guard in the following areas:
          Casing/Uncasing colors, proper commands, synchronized precision response,
          dress/alignment, facing movement and position of colors. See drill and ceremony worksheet
          (page18-19) for points awarded.

3.   Coordinating Instructions:

     a. Formal Inspections will be conducted in accordance with published schedule. The JCC
        instructor is responsible for providing the coordinator a copy of the inspection itinerary two
        (2) days prior to the scheduled inspection date. (See inspection itinerary page 4)
        (A deduction of 10 points will be assessed for not submitting itinerary on time) The Class
        Roster must be submitted to the coordinator upon arrival. (Attachment 1).

     b. The In-ranks Inspection Worksheet must be completed for the class being inspected and
        provided to the coordinator upon arrival (Attachment 10). The following areas must be
        completed: School Name, Class Period, Date, Cadet Rank, Last & First Name by squads, and
        (SE) for Special Education Students.

     c. JCC Instructors will coordinator the use of gymnasium for an “inclement weather”.

     d. References: FM 3-21.5, JCC Handbook and Attachments.

     e. Each cadet will be asked 3 questions during the in-ranks inspection from the Formal
        Inspection Questions.

4.   Final Report: A written summary report will be provided to the Director of JROTC, School
     Principals and JCC instructors no later than five working (5) days after each scheduled
     inspection.

5.   Point of contact is CW4 Marshall, 3251
                                                 /Original Signed\
                                              JEREMIAH G. MARSHALL
                                              CW4, USA Retired
                                              Coordinator, Junior Cadet Corps
                                                School

MEMORANDUM FOR Coordinator Junior Cadet Corps

SUBJECT:       Inspection Itinerary

Type of Schedule:              Traditional_____                Block_____


1.     SCHOOL INFORMATION:

       a.      Principal’s Name:
       b.      Current School Enrollment:
       c.      JCC Cadet Enrollment:

2.     INSPECTION INFORMATION:

       a.      Inspection Date:
       b.      Inspection Team’s Arrival:                  (Time)
       c.      Reporting Location at School:
       e.      Color Guard Performance:_____________________ Time

3.     IN-BRIEFING WITH PRINCIPAL:                                     (Time)

4.     INSPECTION SCHEDULE:

       Cadet In-Ranks Inspection:

       PERIOD                         FROM                TO            # OF CADETS

               Period(s) #___, ___                        to
               Period(s) #___, ___                        to
               Period(s) #___, ___                        to
               Period(s) #___, ___                        to
                                                   LUNCH PERIOD
               Period(s) #___, ___                        to
               Period(s) #___, ___                        to
               Period(s) #___, ___                        to
               Period(s) #___, ___                        to



                                        JCC Instructor:
                         JUNIOR CADET CORPS
                          FORMAL INSPECTION

                             CHECKLIST

School:

Date:

Senior Inspector:

Additional Inspectors:

Formal Inspections (FI) will be conducted using the complete
checklist. Specific comments for each deficiency noted are
mandatory. Laudatory remarks for particularly outstanding
performance are encouraged.

                    Inspection Point Summary

INSPECTION AREA                                MAXIMUM POINTS
POINTS
Cadet Attendance & Participation                25
Classroom Appearance                            50
Promotion Records and Administration            50
Training Management and Student Folders        100
Public Affairs                                  50
In-Ranks Inspection                            100
Curriculum Knowledge                           100
Drill & Ceremony                                50
Color Guard Performance                         50
               TOTAL                           575

                                     Minimum Passing Score – 400
                        CADET ATTENDANCE/PARTICIPATON


Cadet Attendance/Participation: Evaluation will assess the following area: Cadet
Attendance is a vital part of the education process. In-school detention, suspension and other
disciplinary action will be counted as an unexcused absent.


(Maximum 25 Points)



       Enrolled
       Present
       Absent
       Excused                              (Attached list)
       Unexcused                            (Includes detention/suspension)


     Calculation:           Divide number present plus excused by number
enrolled times
                             25.

       Example:       100   cadets    enrolled
                       88   cadets    present
                        7   cadets    excused
                        5   cadets    unexcused

       88 + 7 = 95           95 / 100 = .95 x 25 = 23.75 = 24 points
                                                           SCORE: _________



 REMARKS:

    1ST         2ND         3RD              4TH          5TH          6TH         7TH       8TH
                                  CLASSROOM APPEARANCE


Classroom Appearance: Evaluation will assess the areas listed below to ensure the following
items are displayed for cadets viewing and ensure the classroom is clean and neat in appearance: All
Chain of Command Photos, Current Events, Posters, Mission, Motto, Honor Code, Cadet Uniform
Photos, Cadet Creed, I Am A Cadet Pledge, and Rank Structure Photo.

(Maximum Points 50)



ARE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS DISPLAYED ON CLASSROOM BULLETIN
BOARD

INSPECTION AREA                     MAXIMUM POINTS      POINTS
IS CLASSROOM CLEAN, NEATLY ARRANGED, CADET DESK ALIGNED?
                                                        5
CHAIN OF COMMAND PHOTOS/JROTC CADET PHOTOS DISPLAYED/FRAMED?
                                                        5
MISSION, MOTTO & HONOR CODE DISPLAYED/FRAMED?
                                                        5
I AM A CADET CONTRACT & CADET CREED DISPLAYED/FRAMED?
                                                        5
UNIFORM PHOTOS DISPALYED/FRAMED?
                                                        5
CADET RANK, ENLISTED RANK & OFFICER RAMK DISPLAYED
                                                        5
CLASS ROOM BULLETIN HAVE CURRENT YEAR ACTIVITY PHOTOS & LABELED?
                                                        10
INFORMATION RELATING TO JCC ACTIVITIES & CURRENT EVENTS
DISPLAYED                                               10
                                                    TOTAL
                                  SCORE: _________




 REMARKS:
                     PROMOTION RECORDS AND ADMINISTRATION


Promotion Records and Administration: Evaluation will assess the areas listed
below to ensure documents are on file: Promotion test, promotion orders with date of rank, promotion
certificates, promotion study guide, and community service record dated and signed.

(Maximum Points 50)




INSPECTION AREA                              MAXIMUM POINTS
POINTS
PROMOTION TEST ON FILE THAT REFLECTS PROMOTION ORDERS (DATE)
                                                        5
PROMOTION ORDERS ON FILE WITH EFFECTIVE DATE OF RANK?
                                                        15
PROMOTION CERTIFICATE on FILE, SIGNED AND DATED?
                                                        15
PROMOTION STUDY GUIDES AVAILABLE FOR CADETS?
                                                        10
COMMUNITY SERVICE SHEETS SIGNED,DATED & FILLED OUT CORRECTLY?
                                                        5

                                                                               TOTAL




                                                                               SCORE: _________



 REMARKS:
                                 TRAINING MANAGEMENT

      Training Management: Evaluation will assess the areas listed below to ensure the
      following documents and items are on file: Cadet Handbook, student text book handouts 1 & 2,
      weekly in-ranks inspection worksheet with grade, training schedule, weekly quiz/test, power
      point presentation, student handouts, formal inspection LOI, drill meet LOI and Student folder.
      See training management worksheet on (page 9) for points awarded.

      Student Folders will include the following: Promotion Test Results, Promotion Orders
      Promotion Certificate, Community Service Sheet, Quiz/Test Results, I Am A Cadet Pledge,
      Weekly Inspection Work Sheet Results, Awards Record, Merit/Demerit Form and Disciplinary
      Infraction.
                                                              (Maximum Points 100)


 ARE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE, SERVICABLE, AND FILLED
 OUT CORRECTLY?

 INSPECTION AREA                                       MAXIMUM
 POINTS      POINTS
 CLASSROOM COPY OF CADET HAND BOOK DISPLAYED ON DESK & SERVICABLE
                                                             15
 STUDENT TEXT BOOK HANDOUTS ON FILE THAT REFLECTS PREVIOUS LESSON
 TAUGHT?                                                     10
 WEEKLY IN-RANKS WORKSHEET WITH GRADE WITH DATE OF INSPECTION ?
                                                             20
 WEEKLY TRAINING SCHEDULE DISPLAYED FOR CADET TO REVIEW?
                                                             5
 WEEKLY QUIZ/TEST ON FILE AND REFLECTS GRADE IN IG PRO GRADING
 SYSTEM?                                                     15
 POWERPOINT PRESENTATION THAT SUPPORTS PREVIOUS LESSONS TAUGHT?
                                                             10
 FORMAL INSPECTION AND DRILL MEET LOI ON FILE
                                                             5
 STUDENT FOLDERS: PROMOTION TEST, ORDERS, CERTIFICATE, COMMUNITY
 SERVICE                                                     20
 SHEET, QUIZ/TEST, CADET PLEDGE, INSPECTION WORKSHEET,
 MERIT/DEMERIT & DISCIPLINARY INFRACTION?

                                                                                       TOTAL

                                                                               SCORE: _________

REMARKS:
                                          PUBLIC AFFAIRS


Public Affairs: Evaluation will assess the areas listed below to ensure the following documents
or items displayed or on file. Hallway display, local newspaper article, JCC newsletter, current activities
photos identifying events, current scrapbook identifying events, elementary feeder school visit
documentation

(Maximum 50 Points)


INSPECTION AREA                                   MAXIMUM POINTS
     POINTS
HALLWAY WAY DISPLAY: LOCAL NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, JCC NESW LETTER,
CURRENT ACTIVITIES PHOTOS IDENTIFYING EVENTS?
                10
JCC SCRAPBOOK WITH CURRENT PHOTOS INDETIFYING EVENTS?
10
LOCAL NEWS PAPER ARTICLE ABOUT JCC PROGRAM?
10
CURRENT JCC NEWSLETTER PUBLISHED BY CADETS?
10
DOES JCC CADETS VISIT ELEMENTARY FEEDER SCHOOLS TO
10           RECURIT 6TH GRADERS? (DOUCMENTATION)
                                                   TOTAL


                                                                                  SCORE: _________


REMARKS:
                           IN-RANKS INSPECTION INSTRUCTIONS


In-Ranks Inspection: Evaluation will assess the following areas during
the in-ranks inspection: Cadet Appearance/ uniform in accordance with
cadet handbook, grooming (hair touching collar), correct
ribbons/awards placement, military courtesy (Yes/No Sir and Yes/No
Sergeant) and preparing class for in-ranks inspection in accordance
with FM 3-21.5.
                                                                           (Maximum 80
Points)

a. All cadets present will be inspected. Those cadets not wearing a
uniform will be assessed six (6) uniform deficiencies.

b. Calculation: Possible (Number of cadets inspected times 6) minus
total deficiencies divided by possible times 100:

Example:       88 cadets inspected
               23 deficiencies

88 x 6 = 528    528 - 23 = 505
     505 / 528 = .956 X 100 =              95.6% = 96 points             (MAX 80)
SCORE: ________

  Opening and Closing Ranks: Cadet Class Leader will be evaluated on his/her ability to
  prepare the class for in-ranks inspection IAW FM 3-21.5. (Opening and Closing Ranks and
  Aligning the Platoon)

    OPENING & CLOSING                 MAXIMUM            POINTS                    REMARKS
 RANKS      ALIGNING THE               POINTS           AWARDED
         PLATOON
 CORRECT VOICE COMMANDS                    5
 CORRECT COMMAND                           5
 SEQUENCE
 CORRECT MOVEMENT                          5
 SEQUENCE
 CORRECT MOVEMENT OF                       5
 SQUADS

                                               DRILL SEQUENCE                             (MAX 20)
SCORE__________

1. Reports to Inspector             2. Open Ranks March           3. Dress Right Dress, Faces Half
Left and Marches

4. Halt at 1st squad, Right Face    5. Verifies Alignment        6. Remains at Attention, Taking
Short Steps L/R

7. Verifies Last Squad, Faces R     8. Returns to Center of Formation, Left Face

9. Commands Ready, Front, Execute About Face    10. Reports, Class ready for Inspection
                       CURRICULUM KNOWLEDGE



Curriculum Knowledge: Evaluation will assess the cadet’s
knowledge in the following areas: JCC Honor Code, Mission,
Motto, Chain of Command, Drill/Ceremony, Rank Identification,
Citizenship/Constitution and General Cadet Knowledge. Questions
will be asked during the in-ranks inspection. Each cadet will
be asked a minimum of 3 questions from the Formal Inspection
Questions.
                                                    (Maximum 100
points)




Curriculum Knowledge

Calculation: Number of questions asked minus incorrect answers
divided by number of questions asked times 50:

Example:   264 questions asked (three per cadet x 88 cadets)
            21 incorrect answers

            264 - 21 = 243 / 264 = .92 x 100 = 92 points


 REMARKS:
 REMARKS:

   1ST      2ND    3RD    4TH    5TH   6TH      7TH          8TH

 ______________________________________________________________




                                                      SCORE: _________
                                    IN RANKS INSPECTION WORKSHEET
SCHOOL NAME: _____________________                         CLASS PERIOD: _________ DATE:___________
                                                   CADET APPEARANCE                          CADET KNOWLEWDGE

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                                              N      A     I      E     A      O       C     O        H   R      A         I   E
                                              I      I     B      L     N      O       C     N        A   I      N         T   N
      CADET RANK                              F      R     B      T     K      T             O        I   L      K         I   E
                                              O            O                          M      R        N   L                Z   R
#     NAME: LAST, FIRST                       R      O     N      &     P      G      I                          I         E   A
                                              M      N     S            O      E      S      C        O   &      D         N   L
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                                              &      C     &      I     I      R      I      D            C      N         H   K
                                                     O            G     T             O      E        C   E      T         I   N
                                              N      L     A            I             N               O   R      I         P   O
                                              A      L     W      L     O                    &        M   E      F             W
                                              M      A     A      I     N                             M   M      Y             L
                                              E      R     R      N                          M        A   O                    E
                                                           D      E                          O        N   N                    D
                                              T            S                                 T        D   Y                    G
                                              A                                              T                                 E
                                              G                                              O

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A = Alignment       D = Dirty M = Missing         P = Position W = Wrinkled        U= Unserviceable       S = Alteration

Number of Cadets Present: ________________        Number of Questions Asked: __________________
Number of Uniform Deficiencies: ___________       Number of Incorrect Questions:________________              Attachment 10
                                        Formal Inspection
                               Questions and Answers Review Sheet
                                         Chain of Command:
Q.     Who is the Commander-In-Chief
Q.     Who is the Secretary of Defense?
Q.     Who is the Secretary of the Army?
Q.     Who is the Chief of Staff of the Army?
Q.     Who is the TRADOC Commander?
Q.     Who is the Commander of Accessions Command?
Q.     Who is the Commander of Cadet Command?
Q.     Who is the Commander of the Western Region ROTC?
Q.     Who is the Commander of the 12th Brigade?
Q.     Who is the FWISD Superintendent?
Q.     Who is the Director of Army Instruction?

Q.     Who is the Junior Cadet Corps Coordinator?
Q.     Who is the Commander of Corps of Cadets?
Q.     Who is the Deputy Corps Commander?
Q.     Who is the Corp Command Sergeant Major?


                                     JCC Mission and Honor code
Q.     What is the mission of the Junior Cadet Corps?
A.     Prepare students for responsible leadership roles while making them aware of their rights,
       responsibilities and privileges as American citizens.

Q.     What is the JCC Motto?
A.     Responsible citizenship with commitment to community and school service.
Q.     What is the Honor Code for the Junior Cadet Corps?
A.     I do not lie, cheat, or steal, and will always be accountable for my actions.
                                         Cadet Rank Structure
Officer Rank

Three Diamonds                                                    C/Colonel
Two Diamonds                                                      C/Lieutenant Colonel
One Diamond                                                       C/Major
Three Disks                                                       C/Captain
Two Disks                                                         C/First Lieutenant
One Disk                                                          C/Second Lieutenant

                                            Enlisted Ranks
Three Stripes Up/three down a star and a wreath                   C/Command Sergeant Major
Three Stripes Up/three down and a star                            C/Sergeant Major
Three Stripes Up/three down and a diamond                         C/First Sergeant
Three Stripes Up/three down                                       C/Master Sergeant
Three Stripes Up/two down                                         C/Sergeant First Class
Three Stripes Up/one down                                         C/Staff Sergeant
Three Stripes                                                     C/Sergeant
Two Stripes                                                       C/Corporal
One Stripe Up/one down                                                    C/Private First Class
One Stripe Up                                                     C/Private
                                         Drill and Ceremony

Q.     A Drill Command has two parts, what are they?                             A. Preparatory
       Command & Command of Execution
Q.     The command “column right” is given on what foot?                         A. The Right Foot
Q.     The command “left flank” is given on what foot?                                  A. The Left
Foot
Q.     On the command “open ranks”, the 3rd squad takes how many steps?          A.   Stand Fast
Q.     On the command “open ranks” the 4th squad takes how many steps?           A.   Two steps backward
Q.     On the command “close ranks” the 1st squad takes how many steps?          A.   Four steps backward
Q.     How many inches in a normal step in marching?                             A.   30 inches
Q.     Which foot can you give the command halt on?                              A.   Either Foot
                                  Citizenship and the Constitution

Q.     What 2 laws under birth can a person becomes a U.S. citizen?
A.     Law of Soil and Law of Blood
Q.     What does “Law of Soil” state?
A.     Any person born in the United States automatically becomes a citizen of the U.S.
Q.     What does “Law of Blood” state?
A      Any person born to parents that are U.S. citizens automatically become U.S. citizen.


Q.     What amendment covers citizenship?
A.     Citizenship is covered under the 14 Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Q.     How many amendments are there in the “Bill of Rights”?
A.     There are 10 Amendments to the Bill of Right.
Q.     What does the 1st Amendment cover?
A.     Freedom of speech, religion, press, lobby the government, and peaceful assemble.
Q.     What amendment covers the right not to self-incriminate?
A.     5th Amendment

                                          General Questions

Q.     What does the color red stand for on the American flag?
A.     Color red stands for valor.
Q.     What does the color blue stand for on the American flag?
A.     Color blue stands for reverence to God
Q.     What does the color white stand for on the American flag?
A.     Color white stands for purity.
Q.     Why is the American flag folded into a triangle?
A.     The American flag is folded into a triangle because it symbolizes the American Revolutionary
       Hats.
Q.     What are the 3 sizes of American flags?
A.     Storm, Post, and Garrison
Q.     What is the definition of 1st Aid?
A.     Help given to a victim before medical help arrives.
                  DRILL AND CEREMONY INSTRUCTIONS


Drill and Ceremony: Evaluation will assess the Class leader
ability to march class in a line formation IAW 22 drill
commands, and cadet’s ability to respond and execute given
commands. The platoon drill will be conducted after the in-
ranks inspection. Drills commands will be in accordance with
Drill and Ceremony worksheet. Five points will be deducted for
marching at half step.

                                                          (Maximum
50 points)


                                                     SCORE: _________
1.   General.

     a. Use the drill and ceremony worksheet for evaluating
individual class/platoon drill. The scoring procedure for both
is included in the evaluation criteria.

     b. The evaluations will include formation (assembly),
dress/alignment, cadet leader control, unit response/execution
and overall performance.

     c. In all cases, the inspecting officer(s) must observe
the class/platoon formation (preparation).

2.   Detailed Instructions.

     a. Class/platoon drill will be in accordance with FM 3-
21.5 and these detailed instructions.

      b.   Each class/platoon will perform the drill requirement.

     c. Each class/platoon will assemble in a line formation at
the designated start point facing the inspecting officer
position; at a signal from the inspector, the class/platoon will
perform the following movements in sequence.

     1. Dress          9.   Left Flank     17.   Column Right
Right Dress
2. Ready Front        10.   Right Flank    18.   Column Left
3. Present Arms       11.   Column Right   19.   Column Left
4. Order Arms         12.   Right Flank    20.   Platoon Halt
5. Left Face          13.   Left Flank     21.   Left Face
6. About Face         14.   Column Right   22.   Fall Out
7. Forward March      15.   Rear March
8. Column Left        16.   Rear March
                     DRILL AND CEREMONIES WORKSHEET

 SCHOOL:                           DATE:

1.  General.
     a. A total of 50 points is the maximum possible for this
requirement. Use a separate sheet for each class/platoon
performing small unit drill. For class/platoon combine the
total points on each sheet and divide by the number of drill
sessions performed to obtain the average overall unit score.

     b. Rate each item listed in each area from 0 to max points
possible for that item. Enter the result in the appropriate
column. Enter the overall total at the bottom of the column.
Attach all copies of all worksheets to the inspection report
forwarded to the JCC Unit.

2.   Evaluation Areas:

      CADET LEADER CONTROL                                          (10
POINTS)
     1.    Command voice                       (2   Points)
     2.    Proper commands                     (2   Points)
     3.    Cadence/timing                      (2   Points)
     4.    Position/military bearing           (2   Points)
     5.    Followed prescribed plan/sequence   (2   Points)

     UNIT DRESS/ALIGNMENT                                           (10
POINTS)
     1. Stationary                             (5 Points)
     2. Marching                               (5 Points)

     EXECUTION/RESPONSE                                     (20
POINTS)
     1. Synchronized unit response          (5 Points)
     2. Correct facing movements            (5 Points)
     3. Correct marching movements          (5 Points)
     4. Proper marching step/cadence        (5 Points)
 NOTE: 5 points will be deducted for marching at half (1/2) step.

     OVERALL PERFORMANCE                                      (10
POINTS)
     1. Military bearing                       (5 Points)
     2. All required movements performed       (5 Points)
            COLOR GUARD DRILL SEQUENCE WORKSHEET

 Uncase Colors
 Report In
 Colors Reverse March (AF-Forward march)
 Left Wheel March
 Colors Reverse March
 Right Wheel March
 Color Guard Halt
 Order Colors
 Parade Rest
 Colors Guard Attention
 Carry Colors
  Forward March
 Right Wheel March
 Left Wheel March
 Left Wheel March
 Eyes Right
 Ready Front
 Left Wheel March
 Left Wheel March
 Left Wheel March
  Color Guard Halt
 Report Out

             Maximum of 5 points per area listed below
      a.   Uncasing Colors               f. Alignment and dress
      b.   Proper commands given         g. Facing movements
                                         correct
      c.   Present Arms                  h. Marching movements
                                             correct
      d.   Synchronized precision        i. Position of the
           responses                     National
                                             Colors
      e.   All required movements        j. Casing of Colors
           performed


                                                  SCORE___________

                           _______________________________
                                      SIGNATURE



REMARKS
MEMORANDUM FOR             Middle School Principal
                           Junior Cadet Corps Instructor

SUBJECT:   Report of the JCC Unit Formal Inspection, ________________ Middle School

1.   SCHOOL INFORMATION:

     a.    Principal’s Name:

     b.    Current School Enrollment:

     c.    JCC Cadet Enrollment:

2.   INSPECTION TEAM INFORMATION:

     a.    Inspection Date:

     b.    Inspection Team:
                   Senior Inspector:      _____________________

                           Inspector:     _____________________

                           Inspector:     _____________________


3.   OVERALL EVALUATION:

     a.    Color Guard:            ,

     b.    Cadet In-Ranks Inspection: ________________


4.   MAJOR STRENGTH:               ____________________________________________________


5.   AREA REQUIRING IMPROVEMENT:
     ___________________________________________


6.   EXIT BRIEFED:                 __________________




                                                           Inspector Signature

				
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