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Unarmed Drill Team

Purpose of Drill
  • Teach discipline by instilling habits of precision and automatic response to orders.
  • Increase the confidence of cadets throught the exercise of command, by the giving of proper commands, and by the control of drilling troops.
  • To instill and maintain high standards of military bearing and appearance of units and in the individual cadet.
Practices
  • Every Tuesday and Friday at 1410-1600 in the main gym.
  • Muster is at 1350 before practice starts so we account for everyone to be there, please get there at 1350 to be on time.
 
 
 
Team COC
 

Job

 Cadet     

Contact Information

 Team CDR c/LT Darnell
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 Team CPT c/PO1 Santiago
E-mail: sanin@slwcentennial.us
Phone: 772-985-7126
 Third Squad Leader     c/
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 Second Squad Leader c/                
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 First Squad Leader c/  
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What to expect when being judged 
Judged Item  Description of Judged Item 
 Report In All movements to enter and verbal report-in to Head Judge 
 Report Out Verbal report-out and all movements to exit drill floor 
Cadet BEARING  Flair, style & game face - turns heads/ rivets watchers 
 Cadet APPEARANCE Uniform / overall cadet preparation & presentation 
Dress and Cover  Constant attention to alignment of performing cadets 
Floor/Cadet Involvement  Meaningful drill activity with all cadets occurring often 
Movement DIFFICULTY Routine as presented required MUCH PRACTICE!
 Movement PRECISION Exacting, teamwork and/or solo work – “anti-sloppy” 
Movement VARIETY  Diversity of movements to display overall excellence 
 SHOWMANSHIP Supreme effort, snap, and concentration in the routine 
 MILITARY FLAVOR Routine proudly befits a military JROTC competition 
Overall Impression  Overall Evaluation of the entire routine presentation