P a g e | 1 ROTC Reviewer Balbin, Charles Andrew Marching Band (Lyrist) Lesson 1: AFP Organization - Under Executive Order 292, “The 1987 Administrative Code of the Philippines.” - ST – 004, 1987 Constitution of the Philippines Cadet Squad Leader Platoon Leader Company Commander Battalion Commander Corp Commander [11 th Regional Community Defense Group] Group Command: Col. Maning S. Tawantawan [Army Reserve Command] Commanding General: Mgen. Bernie S. Langub [Reserved Officer’s Training Corp] Commanding Officer: Lt. Col. Aldrin R. Dupaya (CavPa) Assistant Commanding Officer: Col. Edgar Crisanto R. Violan Mi(GSC) Pa(RES) Div: NCO.SSG Lakibuddin H. Israil (Inf.Da) Philippine Army Department of National Defense [1105 Community Defense Center] USEP ROTC UNIT CDC RCDG ARESCOM SOUTHCOM CENTCOM WESCOM SOLCOM NCRCOM NOLCOM Philippine Navy Philippine Air Force Armed Forces of the Philippines
P a g e | 2 [DND] Head: Sec. Delfin N. Lorenzana [AFP] Chief of Staff: Gen. Benjamin R. Madrigal [Phil. Army] Commanding General: Lt. Gen. Macairog S. Alberto [Phil. Air Force] Commanding General: Lt. Gen Rozzano D. Briguez [Phil. Navy] Flag Officer-in-Command: Admiral Robert Emperad [NSTP] Director: Richard E. Aceron Staff: Ms. Lennyville S. Lumacad Lesson 2: Military Leadership Military Leadership – process of influencing in a manner to accomplish a mission. Command – authority to exercise over subordinates. Authority – legitimate power of a leader to direct substitute Management – process of planning, organizing resources to accomplish mission. Leadership – process which an individual directs, influence or control the feeling, thoughts or behavior of a human being. Leadership Traits – qualities of being a leader such as willing obedience, confidence, respect and loyal cooperation to accomplish a mission. Leadership Principles – the appropriate action of a leader. 4 FACTORS OF LEADERSHIP 1. The Led 2. The Leader 3. Situation 4. Communication 11 PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP 1. Know yourself and seek for self-improvement. Honest self-evaluation to determine strength and weaknesses. 2. Be technically and tactically prepared. 3. Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your action. 4. Make sound and timely decisions. 5. Set the example as a leader to your members. 6. Know your men and look out for their welfare.
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