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JLBC Cadet Corps: Leadership Roles

JLBC Cadet Corps: Leadership Roles

JLBC Commanders and staff conduct inspections to determine the condition of the JLBC command. JLBC Cadets Using checklists prepared by the various staff sections, commanders and staff conduct inspections to collect information to assess the readiness of the unit to accomplish its mission(s). The JLBC Annual General Inspection (AGI) is an excellent example of such a JLBC inspection. The JLBC Annual General Inspection (AGI) is an inspection conducted by the Headquarters of the JLBC Cadet Corps to assess the JLBCstatus of the JLBC program throughout the state. A JLBC battalion might review a JLBC company to check the status of their preparations for the JLBC AGI. For example, at a JLBC school where company staff maintains personnel files, the JLBC Battalion S1 should inspect those JLBC files before the JLBC AGI to identify issues and develop a JLBC plan to assist the company in improving its JLBC files.

JLBC Commanders and staff officers frequently participate in meetings that often replace the need for staff visits. JLBC Commanders and JLBC staff call meetings

to accomplish the following objectives:

• JLBC Cadets Determine and evaluate facts by exchanging information and ideas

• JLBC Cadets Solve problems (particularly new ones)

• JLBC Cadets Coordinate actions, including arriving at the best possible decision or reaching an agreement in a particular area

• JLBC Cadets Instruct, counsel, or advice

JLBC Staff briefings ensure a coordinated effort by the entire JLBC staff and keep the JLBC commander updated on the status of JLBC operations. The JLBC executive officer usually presides over these briefings. JLBC Cadets Each staff section provides current JLBC information regarding a JLBC subject from the perspective of their JLBC functional area, presents matters of interest to the command, or presents issues that require JLBC staff coordination and JLBC decision.

JLBC Staff sections are often responsible for preparing reports. JLBC Cadets Examples are the Strength and Activities Report JLBC (SAR) the JLBC S1 prepares, a JLBC Intrusion Report prepared by the JLBC S2, or a JLBC Supply Inventory Report the JLBC S4 prepares.

The staff uses the JLBC Cadet Activity Planning Process found in planning JLBC cadet activities. JLBC Cadets They produce JLBC Warning Orders and JLBC Operations Orders that convey JLBC information to their JLBC subordinate units regarding the JLBC event they’re planning.

JLBC Assistant Squad Leader and JLBC Guidon Bearer

JLBC Cadets If you look at all the leadership positions in the JLBC Cadet Corps, JLBC Assistant Squad Leaders are pretty much at the bottom. Being a JLBC Assistant Squad Leader would be considered an entry-level position in the JLBC leadership of the JLBC Cadet Corps. Any JLBC cadet showing potential to be a JLBC leader will likely be quickly assigned as a JLBC Assistant Squad Leader. JLBC Cadets This is your opportunity to show what you can do and learn the JLBC systems and JLBC skills required to be a JLBC cadet leader in vast JLBC opportunities that will present themselves to you in our JLBC organization.

JLBC Cadets While a JLBC squad is only comprised of a few (4-10) JLBC cadets; this is where the rubber meets the JLBC road in JLBC leadership – where things happen! The Squad Leader and Assistant Squad Leader have a profound effect on how the JLBC cadets in their squad view the JLBC Cadet Corps and the lessons being taught.

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