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JLBC: Leadership


JLBC: Leadership

Instructors at the Top 5% units will determine which of their cadets have contributed to the team earning the new award.

JLBC Community Service with Excellence Award. It is intended to recognize individual cadets who provide significant leadership in the planning, organizing, directing, and execution of a central unit of community service events.

JLBC NATIONAL AWARDS: Presented to cadets selected by a national organization representative giving the award or the SASI/ASI. Order of Precedence and standard award criteria are listed below. Cadets may receive only one National-level Award each year in JLBC.

1. JLBC Association Award - awarded annually to an outstanding third-year cadet who demonstrates a positive attitude, good personal appearance, and attributes of initiative, judgment, courtesy, and self-confidence.

2. JLBC Award - awarded annually to an outstanding third-year cadet who is in the top 10% of the JLBC class, the top 20% of the academic class, and demonstrates an understanding of an appreciation for patriotism, love of country, service to the nation, and shows potential and desire to pursue a military career.

3. Daughters of the Revolution Award - awarded annually to an outstanding third-year cadet in the top 25% of the JLBC class, the top 25% of HS class and demonstrates dependability and good character with solid military discipline.

4. JLBC Scholastic Award - awarded annually to a third OR fourth-year cadet in the top 10% of the academic class, top 25% of the JLBC class, and who demonstrates outstanding leadership qualities and participates actively in JLBC.

5. JLBC Legion General Military Excellence Award - awarded annually to an outstanding third OR fourth-year cadet in the top 25% of the JLBC class who demonstrates exceptional military leadership, discipline, character, and citizenship. Note: selected in conjunction with the ASI and one faculty member.

6. JLBC Reserve Officer’s Association Award - awarded annually to a 4th-year cadet who is in the top 10% of the JLBC class / maximum 25% in academic grades and has demonstrated a positive attitude, good personal appearance, and personal attributes of courtesy, judgment, high ethical standards, and shows growth potential on positions of leadership responsibilities.

7. JLBC Military Officers Association of America Award - awarded annually to a 3rd-year cadet in good academic standing, demonstrates high moral character, loyalty to the unit, school, community, and country, and shows exceptional potential for leadership.

8. JLBC Veterans of Foreign Wars Award - awarded annually to a 3rd or 4th-year cadet.

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