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Headquarters Briefing

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Iris Henderson

on 28 February 2014

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Transcript of Headquarters Briefing

NC-081st
Achieved
Other Organizations that have been involved
-Girl Scouts
-AFJROTC units
-E. M. Rollins and Pinkston Street Elementary Schools
-Tobacco Reality Unfiltered(TRU)
-Purple Heart Association
-Salvation Army
National Award Recipicants
Gold Valor Award
Welcome
Community Service
Goals
Senior Staff
Welcome to the NC-081 AFJROTC program where we have integrity in every situation, we place service before our self, and we strive for excellence in all we do.
Physical Training

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Each Friday cadets participates in Physical Training.
Senior cadets will host a study hall one day per week to help struggling cadets and other students in English and Math improve GPA averages and school’s graduation rate.

Host an AFJROTC Tri-county Field Day competition for surrounding JROTC units to increase the morale and improve social skills

integrate with at least 2 elementary schools to show kids the importance of patriotism and character

increase the cadet recruitment rate by 10% by participating in middle school Registration Day

increase the number of community service hours to 160

Have at least 10% more cadets participate in community service events
Squadron Commander-C/Col Bobbitt, Barry
Deputy Commander- C/LtCol Woodleif, Matthew
Support Commander-C/Maj Glenn, Tabarron
Logistics Commander-C/Maj Perry, Krishauna
Chaplain Officer- C/Maj Nash, Monique
Financial Officer- C/Maj Fairley, Day'qwanne
Historian Officer- C/Maj Vandall, Benjamin
Public Affairs Officer-C/Maj Henderson, Anteris
Physical Training Officer- C/Capt Williams, RyNesha
Cyber Officer- C/Capt Short, Ronnie
Event Coordinating Officer- C/Capt Whittacre, Lloyd
Color Guard Commander- C/Capt Correa, Marino



Within this briefing the Senior Staff will be expressing the following:
Cadet core goals
Community service
Service before self
Unit Cohesion
and much more
Cadet Ownership
-Commander Calls
-Senior Staff Meetings
-CIA Trips
-auxiliary Teams
-Leadership Camp
Discipline
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- POW/MIA
- Color Guard
- Drill Team
- Saber Team
Upcoming
- Study Hall
-Bell Ringing
-Veteran's Day
-Integrate with elementary schools
-Community service
-veterans Day Game
-Adopt-A-Highway
-Awards Night
-Class Night
-Graduation
-field day
-Military Ball
- community service
Honor Flight Trip
Accomplished 139/160 hours
First Friday
-Initial Sit Ups
-Initial Push Ups
-Initial timed mile Run
Typical Friday
-Warm up with PT Streches
-Mile Run
-Team Activity
C/ 1stLt Woodlief, Matthew
Silver Valor Award
C/ Capt Griffin, Timothy
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