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CACC Regulations
Cadet Uniform              Maps and Navigation                Field Skills
Individual Drill             Unit Drill                                       Survival / Resilience
First Aid                         Military Courtesy                        Ceremonial Drill
CACC Basics                 US Armed Forces

 

A Basic CACC Regulations CACC Regulations M1
A1. What are Regulations?
A2. Cadet Regulation 1-8 Cadet Uniforms and Insignia
A3.  Cadet Regulation 1-5 Cadet Appointments and Promotions
A4.  Cadet Regulation 1-1 Cadet Decorations and Awards
A5.  Cadet Service Record – CACC Form 13
A6.  Individual Clothing Record – CACC Form 100
B Cadet Staff Regulations
B1. Leadership Regulations
B2. Personnel (S-1) Regulations
B3. Safety (S-2) Regulations
B4. Operations (S-3) Regulations
B5. Logistics (S-4) Regulations
B6. Communications (S-5/S-6) Regulations
C Regulations that Guide Us
C1. General Administration CR 1
C2. Annual Inspections CR 1-6
C3. US Army Drill and Ceremonies TC 3-21.5
A Class B Uniform Cadet Uniform M2
A1. Rules for Wearing the Uniform
A2. Class B Uniform
A3. Ribbons
A4. Honor Bars, Badges, and Shoulder Cords
B Class C Uniform
B1-Uniform: Class C
C Class A Uniform
C1-Uniform: Class A
A Commands and the Command Voice  Individual Drill   M3
A1. Rules  
A2. Two-part Commands
A3. Combined Commands
A4. Supplementary Commands
A5. Directives
A6. Voice Control
A7. Distinctiveness
A8. Inflection
A9. Cadence
B Individual Drill
B1. Position of Attention
B2. Rest Positions at the Halt
B3. Facing at the Halt
B4. Hand Salute
B5. Basic Marching Information 
B6. The 30-Inch Step
B7. Change Step 
B8. Marching to the Rear
B9. Rest Movement, 30-Inch Step
B10. The 15-Inch Step, Forward/Half Step
B11. Marching in Place 
B12. The 15-Inch Step, Right/Left
B13.  The 15-Inch Step, Backward 
B14.  The 30-Inch Step, Double Time
B15.  Facing in Marching
C Individual Drill with Weapons
C1. Basic Procedure
C2.  Order Arms
C3.  Rest Position
C4.  Port Arms
C5.  Present Arms 
C6. Inspection Arms 
C7.  Right Shoulder Arms 
C8.  Left Shoulder Arms
C9.  Changing Positions 
A. First Aid First Aid M4
A1. Airway - Choking
A2. Bleeding
A3. CPR
A4. Shock
A5. Moving an Injured Person
A6. Triage
A7. Head to Toe Exam
A8. Injury Prevention & Safety
A9. Stroke
A10. Body Substance Isolation & Precautions
A11. Treating Burns
A12. Head, Neck & Spinal Injuries
A13. Bones & Joints
A14. Bites and Stings
A15. Heat and Cold
A16 Sprains, Strains and Broken Bones
B. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
B1. CPR Steps
B2. Compressions
B3. Breathing
B4. Safety
B5. Child CPR
B6. Infant CPR
C. Automatic External Defibrillator
C1. Review of CPR
C2. Safety for victim and rescuer
C3. Proper Placement of Electrodes
C4. Deliver the First Shock
C5. Treatment Protocols
A  CACC Background CACC Basics M5
A1. History of the California Cadet Corps
A2. The California Cadet Corps Motto
A3. The Colors and Symbols on the Cadet Corps DUI
A4. Structure & Organization of the California Cadet Corps
A5. Mission of the California Cadet Corps
A6. Objectives of the California Cadet Corps
B Cadet Responsibilities
B1-Guard Duty
B2-Leadership Definition
B3-Military Time
B4-Phonetic Alphabet
C Principles
C1-Leadership Principles
C2-Leadership Indicators
C3-Leader's Code
A Map Reading Maps and Navigation M6
A1. Introduction to Maps
A1. Introduction to Maps
A2. Topographical Map Basics
A3. Elevation and Terrain Features 
A4. Grid Coordinates 
A5. Measuring Distance 
A6. Direction 
A7. Polar Coordinates 
A8. G-M Angle: Declination Diagram
B Navigation Tools and Activities
B1. The Lensatic Compass
B2. Orienteering / Baseplate / Silva Compass
B3. Using the Compass
B4. Alternative Direction-Finding Methods
B5. Pace Count 
B6. Moving by Terrain Association
B7. Global Positioning System GPS 
B8. Compass Course
B9. Orienteering
B10. How to Design an Orienteering Course for your Unit
B11. Geocaching
C  Advanced Land Navigation
C1. Advanced Map Reading Techniques 
C2. Land Navigation (Land Nav)
C3. Designing a Land Nav Course for your Cadet Corps Unit
C4. Advanced Land Navigation Sports / Activities 
C5. Calling a 9-Line Medevac (Medical Evacuation)
A Squad Drill Unit Drill M7
A1. Basic Information 
A2. Forming the Squad
A3. Counting Off 
A4. Changing Interval while in Line 
A5. Aligning the Squad 
A6. Marching the Squad 
A7. Changing the Direction of a Column 
A8. Marching to the Flank 
A9. Forming a Column of Twos and Re-Forming
A10. Dismissing the Squad 
B Platoon Drill
B1. Basic Information 
B2. Forming the Platoon
B3. Breaking Ranks 
B4. Counting Off 
B5. Changing Interval 
B6. Aligning the Platoon
B7. Opening and Closing Ranks 
B8. Resting the Platoon
B9. Dismissing the Platoon 
B10. Eyes Right 
B11. Changing the Direction of a Column 
B12. Marching to the Flanks 
B13. Forming a File and Re-Forming 
B14. Forming a Column of Twos and Re-Forming
B15.  Inspections Basic Info
B16. In-Ranks Inspection
B17. Squad Leaders’ Inspection
B18. Platoon Sergeant’s/Platoon Leader’s Inspection 
B19. In-Quarters (Stand By) Inspection 
C Company Drill
C1. Basic Information
C2. Posts for key Personnel
C3. Basic Formation Information
C4. Changing Interval
C5. Changing Distance
C6. Aligning the Company
C7.  Opening and Closing Ranks
C8.  Changing the Direction of March of a Column 
C9.  Closing the Distance between Platoons 
C10. Correcting the Distance between Platoons 
C11. Forming a Column of Twos and Re-Forming
C12. Forming a Company Mass 
C13. Aligning a Company in Mass 
C14. Changing the Direction of March of a Mass Formatio
C15. Forming a Column from a Company Mass 
C16. Forming a Company in Column with Platoons in Line and Re-Forming
C17. Dismissing the Company
C18. Company Inspections
C19. In-Ranks Inspection (Line Formations)
C20. In-Quarters Inspection (Stand By) 
D Battalion and Brigade Drill
D1. Battalion Formations
D2. Brigade Formations
A Everyday Cadet Courtesies Military Courtesy M8
A1. Introduction to Military Courtesy
A2. Rank
A3. Addressing People (Title/Sir) 
 A4. Saluting
A5. Rules of Saluting: 
A6. Reporting
A7. Position of Attention
A8. The Senior’s Position of Honor
A9. Cadet Corps Traditions
A10. Every Day Courtesies
A11. Cadet Corps Taboos
A12. Grooming
A13. Helping Others
A14. Chain of Command
B Courtesy to Impress
B1. Job Interview Courtesies
B2. Making Introductions
B3. Formal Introductions
B4. Informal Introductions
B5. Shaking Hands
B6. Dining Courtesies
B7. Table Talk
B8. Invitations and RSVP
B9. Thank You Notes
B10. Email Courtesies
B11. Telephone Courtesies
B12. Cellular Phone Courtesies
B13. Meeting Courtesies
C Speical Event Courtesies
C1. The Military Dining In and Dining Out: Introduction
C2. Planning the Dining In or Dining Out: Considerations and Procedures
C3. Executing a Dining In/Out/Ball
C4. Funeral Honors/Courtesies
A. Purpose of the Military Branches US Armed Forces M9
A1. US Army Purpose
A2. US Air Force Purpose
A3. US Navy Purpose
A4. US Marine Corps Purpose
A5. US Coast Guard Purpose
A6. California National Guard
B. Trends in the US Military
A1. Soldier Care, Diversity, and Equal Opportunity
A2. Special Forces
A3. Technology
A4. The Draft
A5. Deployments
A6. Re-integration Problems
A7. Space
C. History of the Military Branches
C1. US Army History and Lessons
C2. US Air Force History and Lessons
C3. US Navy History and Lessons
C4. US Marine Corps History and Lessons
C5. US Coast Guard
C6. Famous Military Theorists
A.  Bivouac Field Skills M10
A1. Knots
A2. Knife Safety and Operation
A3. Food Planning and Menus
A4. Fire
A5.  Field Cooking
A6. Tent Shelters
A7. Hygiene
A8. Map Reading / Direction Finding
A9. Packing Lists
A10. Bivouac Safety
A11. Guard Duty / fire-watch
B. Outdoor Team-building Activities
B1. Ruck / Hike
B2. Obstacle Course
B3. Leadership Reaction Course
B4. Low Ropes Activities
C. Outdoor Skill-building Activities
C1. Compass Course
C2. Survival Training
C3. High Ropes Course
A Prepare to Survive Survival M11
A1. Preparing to Survive
A2. California Cadet Corps Survival Creed
A3. Survival Case Studies
A4. Importance of Planning
A5. Spell “S-U-R-V-I-V-A-L”
A6. Pattern for Survival
A7. Psychology of Surviving
A8. A Look at Stress
B Survival Care and First Aid
B1. Basic Survival Medicine
B2. Requirements to Maintain Health
B3. Personal Hygiene
B4. Medical Emergencies
B5. Lifesaving Steps
B6. Bone and Joint Injury
B7. Bites and Stings
B8. Wounds
B9. Environmental Injuries
C Basic Survival Techniques
C1. Basic Water Sources
C2. Basic Water Purification
C3. Expedient Shelters
C5. Basic Firecraft and Modern Methods
C6. Food Procurement
C7. Traps and Snares
C8. Game Preparation
C9. Basic Edible Plants
C10. Rescue Signalling
D Advanced Survival Techniques
D1. Primitive Water Procurement/Purification
D2. Advanced Shelters
D3. Primitive Firecraft
D4. Advanced Food Procurement
D5. Hunting Tools
D8. Coastal, Desert, Ocean, and Winter Survival
A. Reviews Ceremonial Drill M12
A1. History
A2. Types of Reviews
A3. Sequence of Events and Individual Actions
A4. Review with Decorations, Awards, and Individual Retirement (Sequence of Events)
A5. Review with Change of Command, Activation, or Deactivation (Sequence of Events)
A6. Review with Retreat (Sequence of Events)
A7. Special Review
B. Parades
A1. Hisotry
A2. Preparation
A3. Ceremonial Battalion Parade
A4. Ceremonial Brigade Parade 
A5. Street Parades
C. Retreats and Reveilles
C1. Retreat History
C2. Retreat Sequence of Events
C3.  Reveille History
C4. Reveille Sequence of Events