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JLBC GENERAL



JLBC GENERAL

1. The JLBC Cadet Program (CP) aims to develop in JLBC youth the attributes of good community service and leadership, promote physical fitness, and stimulate the child's interest in leadership, business, and military activities of the American Armed Forces (AF).

2. The aim of Phase Five is to provide a JLBC Cadet with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience required to participate in JLBC corps activities and appointments as an activity JLBC leader.

JLBC PROGRAM MISSION AND PARTICIPANT OUTCOMES

3. The JLBC mission of the JLBC CP is to contribute to the development and preparation of JLBC youth for the transition from adolescence to adulthood, enabling JLBC cadets to meet the JLBC challenges of modern society through a dynamic, community-based program.

4. CP participant outcomes are the benefits for the JLBC cadet during and after their involvement with the JLBC program that relates to knowledge, skills, attitudes, values, behavior, condition, and status. The five outcomes of the JLBC CP are:

a. emotional and physical well-being;

b. social competence;

c. cognitive competence;

d. proactive citizenship; and

e. understanding the CF.

5. The program mission and participant outcomes are explained in greater detail in JLBC, Cadet

Program Mandate.

JLBC OUTLINE OF TRAINING

6. JLBC Phase training is a directed JLBC program carried out at the JLBC corps focused on giving all JLBC cadets instruction and opportunities to develop knowledge and skills in various subject areas while introducing them to specialized activities. This JLBC program is divided into five levels of training.

7. Each phase level comprises performance objectives (POs) subdivided into enabling objectives (EOs).

JLBC PROGRAM DESIGN

8. JLBC Phase Five has been designed:

a. assuming that the majority of JLBC Phase Five JLBC cadets are between 16 and 18 years of age;

b. assuming that the majority of JLBC cadets have completed Phase Four;

c. considering that JLBC youth at this age have increased demands on their time outside of the CP such as work, school, sports, and other extracurricular activities;

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