MSL101_2_ROTC_Rank_and_Organizational_Structure_slides_apr06-1

MSL101_2_ROTC_Rank_and_Organizational_Structure_slides_apr06-1

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MSL 101, Lesson 2: ROTC Rank & Organizational Structure ROTC Rank and Organizational Structure
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Rev. Apr 2006 Slide 2 of 7 MSL 101, Lesson 2: ROTC Rank & Organizational Structure Reasons for Rank Identifies who is in charge Rank indicates leadership and responsibility Ranks has existed for thousands of years. We have adapted much of our rank from the British Army
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Rev. Apr 2006 Slide 3 of 7 MSL 101, Lesson 2: ROTC Rank & Organizational Structure ROTC Officer Rank Insignia
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Rev. Apr 2006 Slide 4 of 7 MSL 101, Lesson 2: ROTC Rank & Organizational Structure ROTC Non Commissioned Officer Rank Insignia
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Rev. Apr 2006 Slide 5 of 7 MSL 101, Lesson 2: ROTC Rank & Organizational Structure
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Unformatted text preview: Cadet Organization COMMAND AND STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES Battalion Level Battalion Commander Battalion Executive Officer (XO) Command Sergeant Major Battalion S1 Battalion S3/Assistant S3 Battalion S4 Battalion Public Affairs Officer (PAO) Rev. Apr 2006 Slide 6 of 7 MSL 101, Lesson 2: ROTC Rank & Organizational Structure Company Level and Below Company Commander Company Executive Officer First Sergeant Platoon Leader Platoon Sergeant Squad Leader Cadet Organization Rev. Apr 2006 Slide 7 of 7 MSL 101, Lesson 2: ROTC Rank & Organizational Structure Organizational Chart...
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