Cadet Resources:

This page is designed to help our many cadets enhance their experience. Included within this page are advancement papers, and tests. Inspection knowledge, Community Service form, and Ribbon checker. All of these resources are used to help the cadet in any possible way needed.

Required Forms:

If you need a waiver, click the link directly to the right of this text –> Waiver

Advancement Instructions

Email,

SEL: seljrhsnjrotc@gmail.com (Signs off TIG/TIS and good standing requirements, but is also in the email to supervise the advancement process)

TrainingO: trainingjrhsnjrotc@gmail.com (Signs off Knowledge, academic, and participation requirement, but only field trips and competition participation)

NSI: steven_prince@ccpsnet.net (May sign off TIG or waive a requirement. Signs off exclusive NSI requirements, but is also in the email to supervise the advancement process)

IN ONE EMAIL

(EXTRA IF NEEDED)

SNSI: peter_greenwald@ccpsnet.net (ONLY IF NEEDED. EX: Oral exam for PO3 or waiver)

Community Service Officer: aopsjrhsnjrotc@gmail.com (for community service requirement)

Fundraising Officer: opsjrhsnjrotc@gmail.com(for fundraising events)

Physical Fitness Coordinator: hgcjrhsnjrotc@gmail.com (for Physical Fitness requirement)

Emailing for Signing off Advancement requirement(s)

“Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening All,

I respectfully request permission to have the TYPE THE REQUIREMENT signed off the TYPE THE RATE requirement sheet.

Very Respectfully

c/YOUR LAST NAME

Emailing to get a waiver

“Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening All,

I respectfully request permission to have the TYPE THE REQUIREMENT waived on the TYPE THE RATE requirement sheet because EXPLAIN WHY YOU ARE UNABLE TO DO THE REQUIREMENT

Very Respectfully

c/YOUR LAST NAME

PLEASE KEEP TRACK OF THE REQUIREMENTS YOU HAVE DONE AND SAVE THE EMAILS IN WHICH WE SIGN OFF THE REQUIREMENTS.

Cadet Advancements

Cadet Seaman Apprentince (c/SA) E-2

Rate Requirements

Cadet Seaman (c/SN) E-3

Rate Requirements

Cadet Petty Officer Third Class (c/PO3) E-4

Rate Requirements

Petty Officer Second Class (c/PO2) E-5

Rate Requirements

Petty Officer First Class (c/PO1) E-6

Rate Requirements

Chief Petty Officer (c/CPO) E-7

Rate Requirements

Inspection Knowledge

All information on this page can and will be asked during weekly inspection. When answering these questions, responses should be framed in a way that addresses the inspecting cadet or instructor properly, repeats the question, and gives the correct answer. (Ex: “Cadet, what is the first order to the sentry?” “[Sir, ma’am, Petty Officer, Chief], the first order to the sentry is to take charge of this post and all government property in view [Sir, ma’am, etc.]”)

Orders to the Sentry:

  1. To take charge of this post and all government property in view
  2. To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.
  3. To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce.
  4. To repeat all calls from any post more distant from the quarterdeck than my own.
  5. To quit my post only when properly relieved.
  6. To receive, obey, and pass on to the sentry who relieves me, all orders from the Commanding Officer, Command Duty Officer, Officer of the Deck, and all officers and petty officers of the watch only.
  7. To talk to no one except in the line of duty.
  8. To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder.
  9. To call the Officer of the Deck in any case not covered by instructions.
  10. To salute all officers, colors, and standards not cased.
  11. To be especially watchful at night and, during the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post and to allow no one to pass without proper authority.

Chain of Command

*Operational*

  1. President of the United States:  President Donald Trump
  2. Secretary of Defense: Secretary Mark Esper
  3. Secretary of the Navy: Secretary Kenneth Braithswaite
  4. Chief of Naval Operations: Admiral Michael M. Gilday
  5. Chief of Naval Education and Training: Rear Admiral Kyle Cozad
  6. Chief of Naval Service Training Command: Rear Admiral Peter Garvin
  7. Area Five Manager: Captain James Daniels
  8. Senior Naval Science Instructor: Commander Peter Greenwald
  9. Naval Science Instructor: Master Chief Petty Officer Steven Prince
  10. Cadet Commanding Officer: Cadet Lieutenant Commander Christopher Cosby
  11. Cadet Executive Officer: Cadet Lieutenant Sean Finchum
  12. Cadet Senior Enlisted: Cadet Senior Chief Omar Cabrera
  13. Platoon Leaders: As Directed
  14. Squad Leaders: As Directed

*Extended*

  1. President of the United States:  President Donald Trump
  2. Vice President:  Vice President Mike Pence
  3. Speaker of the House:  Speaker Nancy Pelosi
  4. Secretary of the State:  Secretary Mike Pompeo
  5. Secretary of Defense:  Secretary Mark Esper
  6. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs: General Mark Milley
  7. Secretary of the Navy:  Secretary Kenneth Braithswaite
  8. Chief of Naval Operations: Admiral Michael Gilday
  9. Commandant of the Marine Corps: General David Berger
  10. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy: Master Chief Petty Officer Russell Smith
  11. Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps: Sergeant Major Troy Black
  12. Chief of Naval Education and Training: Rear Admiral Peter Garvin
  13. Chief of Naval Service Training Command: Rear Admiral Milton Sands
  14. Area Five Manager: Captain James Daniels
  15. Senior Naval Science Instructor: Commander Peter Greenwald
  16. Naval Science Instructor: Master Chief Petty Officer Steven Prince
  17. Cadet Commanding Officer: Cadet Lieutenant Commander Christopher Cosby
  18. Cadet Executive Officer: Cadet Lieutenant Sean Finchum
  19. Cadet Action Officer: Cadet Lieutenant Mack Swineford
  20. Cadet Senior Enlisted: Cadet Senior Chief Omar Cabrera
  21. Platoon Leaders: As Directed
  22. Squad Leaders: As Directed
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