A.  DAILY CADET COURTESIES

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A.  DAILY CADET COURTESIES

Objectives
DESIRED OUTCOME (Self-Mastery) / PRACTICUM A
90% of Unit Cadets display impeccable military courtesy towards adults and other Cadets during a formal in-ranks inspection. This is equivalent to an Excellent rating on the Annual General Inspection.
1. Describe what military courtesy is and why it’s important in the Cadet Corps.
2. Identify all Cadet Corps and US Army ranks.  Be familiar with the military history of rank. Understand the purpose of each rank.
3. Properly address other cadets, cadet officers, and adult members of all ranks using titles or rank.  Know when to use “Sir” and “Ma’am”.
4. Describe the process of saluting. Give the correct verbal greeting for each time of day.
5. Give the correct response to each situation in the Rules for Saluting.  Identify what receives a salute (both rank and flag).
6. Report to an officer or NCO correctly in an office or outside.
7. Properly call a room to Attention, or a group or formation outside, upon the approach of an officer.
8. Describe the position of honor for junior and senior personnel walking, posted, or entering a vehicle together.
9. Identify examples of Cadet Corps Customs/Traditions.   
10. Identify the basic courtesies cadets should use at all times.
11. Identify from a list Taboos that members of the Cadet Corps will not do.
12. Identify how good grooming shows respect and courtesy for those around you.  
13. Describe common courtesies encouraged by the Cadet Corps and ways to help others as part of being a good person. 
14. List in order the positions of the chain of command from Cadet through the Governor.  Describe the three chains of command that exist within the Cadet Corps structure.