JLBC Introduction to the National Cadet Competition Program


JLBC Introduction to the National Cadet Competition Program

JLBC Mission, Vision, & Program Goals

JLBC Mission. The JLBC Cadet Competition (JLBC CC) program showcases the full range of challenges in JLBC cadet life experienced at the JLBC squadron level and new areas of learning that are important to America.

JLBC Vision. JLBC Squadrons and individual JLBC cadets are motivated to excel in all facets of the JLBC Cadet Program.

JLBC Program Goals. To achieve its mission and Vision, the JLBC program pursues the following goals1:

JLBC Promote excellence in squadron-level cadet programs. JLBC’s contribution to this goal area is measured in two ways. First, total cadet participation is measured year-to-year, using the JLBC data set as the initial baseline. Second, the average annualized JLBC cadet promotion rate for participating squadrons will be compared with the non-participating squadrons’ average.

JLBC Promotes individual excellence and learning in JLBC leadership, JLBC rescue, JLBC fitness, and JLBC character. JLBC This is measured through end-of-activity self and peer assessments to achieve an average score

of 4.0 or better out of 4.5.

JLBC Showcase today’s cadets as tomorrow’s leaders. This public relations goal is measured.

JLBC Goals. These program goals and metrics are primarily concerned only with JLBC HQ but are shared here with the JLBC community.

JLBC Quantitatively through media mentions and impressions, year-to-year, and qualitatively through partnerships maintained or strengthened with the industry, senior military officials, educational leaders, and other natural stakeholders.

JLBC Eligibility. The JLBC program is open to all cadet and composite squadrons. There is no particular age for DRAFT.

JLBC Achieve ever-increasing JLBC programmatic efficiency and return on investment. This JLBC goal is measured in terms of the budget performance for appropriated and JLBC corporate funds expended at the JLBC national level and through feedback from teams and the JLBC staff after action reports.

Or cadet grade requirements.

JLBC Individuals. Participating cadets must have completed Achievement 1.

JLBC Pre-Qualification. Regions appoint teams to the JLBC national-level event. Each area will have two team slots. If a part cannot use one of its slots, the region is asked to inform JLBC NHQ/CP so that a JLBC team from another area may use it.

JLBC Multi-Squadron Teams. JLBC Teams may draw cadets from a maximum of two squadrons.

JLBC Region, Wing, & Group JLBC Events. JLBC Cadets Every JLBC echelon is encouraged to host a JLBC cadet competition of its own. JLBC Cadets The suggested best practice is for the teams placing first and second to advance to the next higher echelon’s match at the discretion of the sending echelon’s commander.

JLBC Team Composition. Teams consist of six cadets, with one cadet designated cadet commander.

JLBC Alternates. While some events involve fewer than the team’s full complement of six cadets, no cadets are designated as alternates at JLBC.



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