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The Military College of Vermont
Norwich University Corps of Cadets
Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)
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Chapter, Paragraph, Figure and/or Table of Contents Chapter 1 Paragraph 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 Chapter 2 Paragraph 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. 2-10 Figure 2-1 Chapter 3 Paragraph 3-1 Figure 3-1 Paragraph 3-2 a. Title Promulgating Letter from the Deputy Commandant Table of Contents Guiding Values, Vision, Mission and Operational Philosophy Norwich Guiding Values Norwich Vision Statement Norwich Mission Corps of Cadets Mission Corps of Cadets Operational Philosophy Norwich Definition of Leadership Mission Essential & Common Tasks for all Companies Organization & Functions of the Deputy Commandant's Office The Deputy Commandant Assistant Commandants (AC) Director of Leadership Development & Senior Enlisted Instructor (CSM) Adjutant and Housing Officer Executive Assistant Chaplain Uniform Store Manager (USM) Commandant's Special Staff & Corps Unit Advisors • Director of University Bands • Director of Student Activities • Public Affairs Officer • Chief of Security • Title IX & Equal Opportunity • Advisor, Artillery Battery • Advisor, Calvary Troop • Advisor, Drill Team and Color Guard Commandant's Duty Officer Organization of the Office of Deputy Commandant Corps Organization, Manning and Cadet Duty Corps Organization Corps (Regimental) Organization Chart Regimental Command Group • Regimental Commander Page(s)
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Title • Regimental Deputy Commander • Regimental Command Sergeant Major Regimental Personal Staff • Inspector General Section • Regimental Honor Committee Section • Public Affairs Section Regimental Coordinating (Primary) Staff Regimental S1 Section Regimental S2 Section Regimental S3 Section Regimental S4 Section Regimental S5 Section Headquarters & Headquarters Company Provisional Battalion Provisional Battalion Organizational Chart Provisional Battalion Specialty Units Drill Company Artillery Battery Cavalry Troop Band Company Battalion Command Group and Staff Line Battalions Line Battalion Organizational Chart Line and Provisional Battalion Company Organization Company Organizational Chart Company Organization Platoon and Squad Organization Platoon Organizational Chart Cadet Class System Rook Recognition Corps Manning Corps Manning Document Corps Rank and Promotion System Rank Rank Class System Corps Duty Position Application Steps Corps Duty Application Cadet Leader Evaluations & Counseling's Promotion System Flow Chart Creating the Promotion List Promotion Board Selections
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Chapter, Paragraph, Figure and/or Appendix 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 App A to Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Para 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 Figure 5-1 Figure 5-la/b Para. 5-10 Figure 5-2 Figure 5-3 Para 5-11 Figure 5-4 Figure 5-5 Para 5-12 Figure 5-6 Figure 5-7 Figure 5-8 Para. 5-13 Figure 5-9 Para 5-14 Figure 5-10 Para 5-15 Figure 5-11 Figure 5-12 Figure 5-13 Figure 5-14 Para 5-16 5-17 Chapter 6 6-1 6-2 Title Appointments, Promotions & Demotion Authorization Document Prohibition Rank, Title and Positions in the NUCC Corporal Rank Application Uniforms and Personal Appearance Personal Appearance Serviceability Special Uniform Authorizations Civilian Attire Book Bags and Brief Cases Hair, Cosmetics and Fingernail Standards and Grooming Wear of Jewelry Wear of Eyeglasses, Sunglasses and Contact Lens Class A Dress Blues and Formal Uniforms Class A, Dress Blue Uniform Class a Dress Blue Uniform with Regalia Class A, Dress Gray Tunic Class A Gray Tunic Uniform Class A Gray Tunic Uniform Collar Insignia Class B Summer Uniform Class B Summer Uniform Class B Summer Shirt w/ Awards and Decorations Class B Winter Uniform Class B Winter Uniform Class B Winter Uniform with Awards & Decorations Class B Winter Uniform with Regalia Class C Battle Dress Uniform Battle Dress Uniform Class D Physical Fitness Uniform Class D Physical Fitness Uniform Uniform Accessories Beret, Maroon Drill Team Jacket, Cadet Summer(New Style) Gortex Jacket, (Camo and Black) Black Pull Over Sweater Uniform Issue & Civilian Attire Insignia Awards and Decorations Purpose Overview Page(s) 27 28 28 28 29-30 31 31-32 32 32 32 32-33 33-35 35 35 36-38 36 37-38 39 39 40 41 41 42 43 43 44 45 46 47 48 48 49-54 50 51 52 54 54 55-56 57 57 57 iii NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005
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Chapter, Paragraph, Figure and/or Appendix 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 Para. 6-7 Figure 6-1 Para. 6-8 6-9 6-10 NUCC Form 6-1 NUCC Form 6-1-Example Para. 6-11 6-12 6-13 6-14 6-15 6-16 Figure 6-2 Para. 6-17 Para 6-18 6-19 6-20 Figure 6-2a Figure 6-2b Para. 6-21 6-22 6-23 Chapter 7 Para 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4 Figure 7-1 Para. 7-5 7-6 7-7 Figure 7-2 Figure 7-3 App A to Chap 7 Chapter 8 Para. 8-1 8-2 Title Placement of Ribbons Precedence of Awards and Decorations Military Service Awards Personal Awards Personal Awards Personal Awards Chart Duplication of Awards Basis for Award Rules and Steps for Processing an Award Award Recommendation Form Award Recommendation Form-Example Amendment of Orders Revocation of Personal Awards and Decorations Appurtenance/Devices Accouterments Classification Per Ribbon How Ribbon Devices/ Appurtenances are Worn Order of Precedence for Appurtenances Subsequent Awards Chart Preparing Certificates Preparing Memorandums and Letters Trophies Awards Guidance Memorandum Format Letter Format Items to be Awarded (NU Specific Trophies) Patches and Pins Wearing of Special Unit Insignia Safety and Risk Management References Purpose Scope Concept of Operation Level of Command Approval of Low, medium and High Risk Training Chart Responsibilities Safety and Risk Management Tenets Safety and Risk Management Process Determining Which Risk Hazard to Manage Individual Hazard Assessment Matrix Risk Management Worksheet, NUCC Form 7-1 Administration and Accountability References General Page(s) 57 58 58 58-64 64 65 66 66 66-70 68 69-70 71 71 71 71 72 72 73 74 74 74 74 75 76 77 77-78 78-80 81 81 81 81 81 81 82 82 82-84 82 83 85-89 90 90 90 iv NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005
TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter.3 App D Personnel Status Report.9 App J Excused Absence Form.7 App H Special Status.6 App G Sick Slip. NUCC Form (unnumbered) App K Detached Service. • Cadet Commanders b.2 App C Unit Accountability Report. Goals and Objectives 9-4 How the Corps Trains? Figure 9-1 How the Corps Trains and Develops Leaders? Para 9-5 How the Corps Develops Leaders? Figure 9-2 4-Year Progressive Leadership Experience Chart Para 9-6 Principle of Corps Training 9-7 Corps Training Responsibilities a. • Battalion Command Sergeant Major d. 9-8 Cadet NCOs and Training a.8 App I Special Uniform Authorization. NUCC Form 8. • Regimental S3 d. • Platoon Leader Para. • Regimental Commander c. 8-3 Table of Organizational Equipment (TOE) and Unit Manning Report (UMR) 8-4 Duty 8-5 Training and Mandatory Formations 8-6 Leaves and Passes 8-7 Medical Services 8-8 Admin Forms. NUCC Form 8. • Battalion S3 f.1 App B Administrative Action Form. NUCC Form 8. Title Figure and/or Appendix Para. NUCC Form 8. Paragraph. NUCC Form 8. NUCC Form 8. • Regimental S3 Sergeant Major C. 9-1 References 9-2 Role of Deputy Commandant Staff 9-3 Corps Training Domains. • Regimental Command Sergeant Major b. • Company First Sergeant Page(s) 90 90 91-92 92 92-93 93-95 96-98 99-101 102-103 104-105 106-107 108-109 110-111 112-113 114-115 116-118 119-120 121-122 123 123 123 123-124 124-126 126 126-128 127 128 128-129 128 128 128 128 128 128 129 129 129 129 129 129 v NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005 . • Company Commander g. NUCC Form 8. NUCC Form 8. NUCC Form (unnumbered) Chapter 9 Training and Leader Development Para. Frequency and Distribution App A to Chap 8 Application for Leave.5 App F Duty Roster. NUCC Form 8. • Battalion Commanders e. NUCC Form (unnumbered) App L Door Card.4 App E Cadet Accident Report.
NUCC Form 9-3 Example Change to Weekly Training Schedule.Blank Change to Weekly Training Schedule. Blank App L After Action Review Meeting Agenda and Report Format. NUCC Form 9-4 . 9-9 Figure 9-3 Para 9-10 Para 9-11 a. NUCC Form 9-4 . Figure and/or Appendix e. NUCC Form 9-6. b. 10-1 Methods of Communicating at Norwich 10-2 Means of Communication 10-3 Using Written Communication vi NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005 . Para 9-12 Para 9-13 Para 9-14 App A App B App C App D App E App F A pp F (cont) App G App G (cont) App H App I App J Title • Platoon Sergeant • Squad Leader • Team Leader Training Management Cycle and Weekly Tempo When the Corps Trains Corps Master Training Task List (MTTL) Planning Corps Training Long Range Planning Short Range Planning Near Term Planning Executing Corps Training Assessing Corps Training Safety Master Training Task List (MTTL) (electronic version only available on line) Leader Development Evaluation Form. Para. NUCC Form 9-1 Counseling Form. f.Example Operations Order/ Plan Format Standard Lesson Plan Format Unit Training Assessment Record. NUCC Fm 9-5 Page(s) 129 129 130 130 131 132 132 132 132 132-133 133 134 134 135 136-137 138-139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146-152 153 154-155 156-163 164-165 166 166 166 167 App K Individual Cadet Training Record. Paragraph. g. NUCC Form 9-2 NU Physical Fitness Test Scorecard. NUCC Form 9-7.TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter. Blank Chapter 10 Communications Para. NUCC Form 705 Leadership Portfolio Format Weekly Training Schedule. c. NUCC Form 9-3 Blank Weekly Training Schedule.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter. 10-5 10-6 Chapter 11 Para 11-1 11-2 11-3 11-4 11-5 11-6 11-7 11-8 11-9 11-10 11-11 11-12 11-13 11-14 11-15 11-16 11-17 11-18 11-19 11-20 11-21 11-22 11-23 11-24 Figure 11-4 Figure 11-5 Figure 11-6 Figure 11-7 Figure 11-8 Figure 11-9 Figure 11-10 Para. 11-25 11-26 Figure 11-1 Figure 11-2 Figure 11-3 Title Chain of Command and Communication Chain of Command at Norwich Open Door Policy Public Communication and Solicitation Barracks & Room Organization. Walls and Staircases Individual Room Doors and Door Cards General Room Standards Appliances Wall Hangings Miscellaneous Common Areas Personal Items Bulleting Boards (cont) Trunk Rooms Upper Parade Ground (UP) Police Call Fire Alarm Evacuation Energy Conservation Inspections (General Overview) Daily Room Inspections Afternoon Inspections (TAI / FAI) and Saturday Morning Inspections (SMI) Conduct of Afternoon Inspections (TAI / FAI) Evening Inspections Wardrobe Layout Wardrobe A Drawer Layout Wardrobe B Drawer Layout Wardrobe C Drawer Layout Wardrobe D Drawer Layout Alumni Closet Layout Alumni Wardrobe Layout Barracks Study Hours Barracks Conduct Company Bulletin Boards Standards Door Card Standard Unit Police Call Areas Page(s) 167 167 168 168 169 169 169 170 170 170 170 170-171 171-172 173 173 173 173 173 173 174 174 174 174 174 174 174-175 175 175-176 176 177 178 178 179 179 180 181 182 182 183 184 185 vii NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005 . 10-4 Figure 10-1 Para. Furniture and Maintenance Standards General Barracks Bulletin Boards and Entrances Bulletin Boards Latrine Doors Floor Identification Signs Barracks Outside Doors. Paragraph. Figure and/or Appendix Para.
4 Report of Procedures to Vacate Suspension.TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter. NUCC Form 12.5 Campus Confinement Instructions. NUCC Form 12. NUCC Form 12.3 Disciplinary Case Disposition Form. NUCC Form 12.10 Authorization Release From Confinement. 12-1 12-2 12-3 12-4 12-5 12-6 Appendices App A App B App C App D App E App F App G App H App I App J App K App L App M App N App 0 Title Page(s) 186 186-187 187 187-188 188-190 190-191 191-192 192 193-194 195-196 197-198 199 200 201-202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 212 212 212 212 213 213 213 213 213 Chapter 13 Para.2 Disciplinary Charge Sheet. NUCC Form 12. NUCC Form 12. NUCC Form 12. Figure and/or Appendix Chapter 12 Para. NUCC Form 12. NUCC Form 12. Remission and Setting Aside Appeals List of Appendices for Chapter 12 Format for Notification of Appellate Findings Disciplinary Action Form.8 Marching Tour Credit Slip.7 Campus/Close Military Confinement Roster. 13-1 13-2 13-3 13-4 13-5 13-6 13-7 13-8 13-9 General Who May Impose Non-Judicial Punishment Procedure Punishments Suspension. NUCC Form 12. NUCC Form 12. Mitigation. NUCC Form 12. Paragraph.6 Close Military Confinement Instructions.14 Regimental Guard. Barracks Duty and Details General Organization Regimental Duty Officer (RDO) Regimental Duty Sergeant (RDS) Regimental Duty Runner/Clerk (RDS) Barracks Duty Officer (BDO) Support Detail Morning Callers Guard mount Disciplinary System viii NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005 . NUCC Form 12.13 Mandatory Tour Formation and Accountability Report & Example.11 Tour Roster Format & Example.1 Due Process Checklist. NUCC Form 12.12 Confinement Report Format & Example.9 Work Tour Credit Slip.
NUCC Form 13. Paragraph. Figure 14-3 Title Guard Duty Status General Orders Meaning of the General Orders Tour of Duty and Relief Times Forms and Administration Regimental Guard Duty Log. 13-10 13-11 13-12 13-13 13-14 App A App B Chapter 14 Para. b. Figure 14-7 Chapter 15 Para 15-1 15-2 DA For 2062 Hand Receipt/Annex Number References The S4 Officer and Staff Logistics .TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter.2 Arms Room and Weapons Procedures and Security General Purpose Commander and Leader Responsibilities Individual Cadet Responsibilities Issued Weapons Infractions Arms Room Security Weapons Security Yearly Weapons Issue and Turn In S4 Regimental Armorer Company Armorers Rifle Issue and Turn In Procedures Rifle Issue Flow Chart Rifle Turn In Flow Chart Weapons Security When Absent From Campus Lost Weapon Procedures Unrecovered Weapon Report of Survey Weapons Forms and Administration • NUCC Weapons Card • Weapons Control Log • Company Master Authorization List / Monthly Inventory Log (CMAIL) • Certified Weapons Inventory Report (CWIR) • DA Form 2062 Hand Receipt NUCC Weapons Card (Side 1 and 2 Page(s) 214 214 214-215 215 215 216-217 218-219 220 220 220 220 220-221 221-222 222 222-223 223 223 223-224 224-226 225 226 227 227 227 228-233 228 228 228 228 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 234 234-235 ix NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005 Figure 14-4 Weapons Control Log. d. NUCC Form 13.1 RDO Incident Report Form. Figure and/or Appendix Para. 14-12 14-13 14-14 14-15 a. 14-1 14-2 14-3 14-4 14-5 14-6 14-7 14-8 14-9 14-10 14-11 Figure 14-1 Figure 14-2 Para. e. Figure 14-5 Company Master Authorization List /Monthly Inventory Log (CMAIL). Figure 14-6 Certified Weapons Inventory Report (CWIR). c.
NUCC Form 15-3 App E Training Ammo Control Document. Figure and/or Appendix Para 15-3 15-4 Para.1 App H Room Inventory and Check-I / Out Sheet App I Departure Inspection Checklist NUCC Fm 13 App J Topographical Map of Norwich and Northfield App K Norwich Campus Map. Supply and Property Management and Regimental Armorer Duties Appendices List of Appendices for Chapter 15 App A Glossary and Terms App B Classes of Supply App C Report of Survey Format Instructions w/ Example App D Property Book Format and Instruction w/ Example. DA Fm 5515 App F Requisition Request Service. Operations and Functions Logistics. Paragraph. 15-5 Para. 15-6 15-7 Title Page(s) 235-236 236-239 239 239-241 241-246 277 247-252 253 254-256 257-259 260-261 262-264 265-267 268 269 270-271 272 Definitions and Responsibilities The Logistics Function Logistics. Supply and Property Management Logistics Activity. NUCC Fm 15-2 App G NUCC Hand Receipt.TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter. NUCC Fm 15. 3D x NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP)-Aug 2005 .
meaning perseverance in the face of adversity. We hold in the highest esteem our people and reputation. We are dedicated to learning. and motivation — while operating to accomplish the mission and improving the organization and its people. integrity. mutual respect. 1-4.I Will Try! . U. The Corps Operational Philosophy describes how the Corps of Cadets accomplishes its Mission. creativity. The mission of the Corps of Cadets is to create a positive military learning environment to develop the whole cadet . leadership. efficient.and to instill in each cadet. 1-5. and respect for law. academically.-6. Norwich University's Mission Statement – 1843 Catalogue.mentally. are able physically to lead. Norwich University was founded in 1819 by Captain Alden Partridge. We respect the right to diverse points of view as a cornerstone of our democracy." 1. The Leader Development Program (LDP) of the Corps of Cadets is a four-year. teamwork and judgment. and act ethically. and is the oldest private military college in the country. self-confidence. and critical thinking. We stress being physically fit and drug free. attributes and competencies essential for successful leadership upon graduation. The Corps Mission Statement. and adult students. initiative. loyalty. cheat. Norwich identifies the following as our guiding values: • • • • • • • • We are men and women of honor and integrity. Norwich University's Vision Statement. are ethically sound. Army. Competencies – communicate effectively. Leadership is both a science and an art that must be studied and practiced. Consequently. We stress self-discipline. decide and supervise.CHAPTER 1 GUIDING VALUES. or steal. model wellness. self-discipline. To live the Norwich motto . Norwich University's Statement of Guiding Values. To give our youth an education that shall be American in its character – to enable them to act as well as to think – to execute as well as to conceive – to "tolerate all opinions when reason is left free to combat them" – to make moral. experiential learning. and above all. emphasizing teamwork. perseverance. These include: Values – honor. personal responsibility. Every Cadet a Moral Leader and Person. creativity and service. direction. evaluation and counseling in positions of ever-increasing responsibility within a culturally diverse and mixed-gender leadership environment to fully develop their leadership potential. patriotic. Attributes – desire. Norwich University will be a learning community. 1-2. progressive program based on a positive mutual-respect model of leadership and not an adversarial model.S. The Corps Mission Statement describes how the Corps of Cadets fulfils its Purpose. and useful citizens. engaged in personal and intellectual transformation and dedicated to knowledge. morally. 1-3. Cadets are challenged and encouraged through positive instruction. and personal responsibility. VISION. and to qualify them for all those high responsibilities resting upon a citizen of this free republic. and physically . mutual respect. will. We encourage service to nation and others before self. guiding values. the Corps of Cadets program develops the "Whole Person" with the ambitious goal of “Every Cadet a Scholar. MISSION AND OPERATIONAL PHILOSOPHY 1-1." NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 1 . We shall not tolerate those who lie. Every Cadet an Athlete. selfless service. Norwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates traditional age students in a Corps of Cadets or as civilians. teach and counsel. The Definition of Leadership at Norwich: "Leadership is influencing people by providing purpose. American in character yet global in perspective. plan. duty. Cadet leaders are successful when they are competent in their academic major.
f. (1) Perform company level community service project. e.1-7. Mission Essential and Common Tasks for all Corps of Cadet Companies. and upon reaching a legal drinking age. cohesion and pride. (2) Participate in the Green Mountain Experience. Retain 100% of assigned cadets each semester. Create a positive academic learning environment with the goal of every cadet improving his or her academic performance and/or attaining a 3. Assist NU Admissions to recruit high school scholar-athlete-leaders with the goal of attracting the best students to Norwich. Develop cadet belief in and adherence to the NU Guiding Values and Honor Code. b. meeting height & weight standards for age and sex. d.0 GPA or better each semester. Teach. mentor. c. remaining drug free. drinking responsibly. (3) Field an intramural team in all intramural activities. g. Develop fitness and wellness ethos in all cadets with the goal of passing the NUPFT. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 2 . a. assess and counsel all cadets IAW the NU Leadership Development Program (LDP) guidelines. Build platoon and company unit discipline.
staff members and advisors drawn from the military services and administrative staff of the University. 2-2. c. promotions and the termination of cadet officers. the Commandant's Hearing Boards. the Vice President for Student Affairs and Commandant for the overall training. job and leadership performance. Specific responsibilities include: functions as the direct supervisor of the Corps of Cadets. and Intelligence and Security Operations (S2). Logistics and Supply Officer (S4). OPORD and OPLAN development and coordination. promulgating guidance on. See Figure 2-1 on page 6. Additional duties to be divided among the Assistant Commandants are: Operations Officer (S3). welfare. The Deputy Commandant of Cadets. and the Cadet Handbook. recommends to the President three cadets for consideration as Regimental Commander. Rooks. assessing and reporting on the Leadership Development Program (LDP) and Training for the Corps of Cadets and civilian students. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 3 . Company and Club Organization Advisors are under his direction while serving in these capacities. reviews and conducts training for officers and noncommissioned officers of the Corps. conducting. Annual Training Guidance. The Deputy Commandant is responsible for the following subordinate offices: Assistant Commandant. and general welfare of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets (NUCC). The Deputy Commandant provides advice and monitors the Corps Review Boards. It also includes managing the Division of Student Affairs and Corps Long Range Calendar (LRC). approves or disapproves all disciplinary actions recommending suspension or dismissal. Director of Leadership Development and Training (DOLDT) The Director of Leadership Development and Training is responsible for planning. and is assisted by Assistant Commandants. Additionally. he is responsible for updating the NUCC SOP and other Division of Student Affairs SOPs as required. Develops and enforces military standards of the Corps of Cadets. Training Schedules and Changes to the Training Schedules and Coordinating major resources for the leadership development program and training of the Corps and Civilian students. supervision. financial matters and taking appropriate disciplinary measures. Assistant Commandants (AC) The Assistant Commandants are members of the Norwich University Staff. issues specific orders to the Corps of Cadets as required by the responsibilities of his office. personal situations. preparing. He is also charged with management of the leadership-training program. discipline. enforces the Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations. training. serves as president of field and company grade officer promotion boards. 2-3. evaluation. Uniform Procurement and the Senior Enlisted Advisor. coordinates availability of grounds and facilities for Corps activities. Other members of the University faculty and staff who serve as Commandant's Duty Officers (CDO). b. AC duties include: counseling cadets on academic. and reports to. Standing Operating Procedures Manual of the Corps. assigns duties and evaluates performance of cadet officers. morale and inspiring one battalionsize element comprised of approximately 300 cadets. discipline. control. recommends appointments. Each AC is responsible for the health. Director of Leadership and Training. The Deputy Commandant of Cadets is appointed by. organizing. and approves revisions and publishes Regulations of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets. Actively participates in the recruitment and retention of the best and brightest young men and women.CHAPTER 2 ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPUTY COMMANDANT'S OFFICE 2-1. esprit. recommends and monitors budget for the operations of the office of the Commandant. This includes developing leadership development and training objectives for Cadet and Civilian Leaders. Recognized Freshmen and Upperclassmen. Serves as a positive role model for all members of the Corps of Cadets. a. supervises Corps parades and ceremonies and provides for the participation of Corps elements at official off-campus functions.
coordinate with the University Psychologist and the University Physician on specific cases as needed. The Senior Enlisted Advisor/Instructor coordinates cadet NCO Promotion Boards and directs the Rook of the Month/Year program. The Regimental Band provides music for all Corps functions and for selected athletic events. (not assigned directly to but supports some of the Deputy Commandant's duties)The Chaplain is responsible for: the development and communication of policies relating to religious programs which are educationally sound and legally acceptable. Serves as a positive role model for all members of the Corps of Cadets. Senior Enlisted Advisor/Instructor The Senior Enlisted Advisor/Instructor is a member of the Norwich University Staff. motivating.2-4. the provision of opportunities for counseling in relation to students' religious needs. and dorm damage charges. Uniform Store Manager (USM) The Uniform Store Manager is the school's uniform officer and is responsible for the procuring. and financial matters. faculty and staff and their dependents as necessary. 2-9. The Senior Enlisted Advisor/Instructor counsels cadets on academic. managing cadet files and posting administrative actions. The Senior Enlisted Advisor/Instructor is responsible for designing and executing a challenging. 2-5. Chaplain. the Executive Assistant prepares correspondence for the Commandant and his staff. personal situations. Executive Assistant. 1SGs. Through the Student Activities office the Director of Bands also directs the Grenadiers. coordinate with the Coordinator of Student Activities as the supervisor of cadet religious group activities. requisitioning and purchasing supplies and equipment. manages the Commandant's calendar and meeting engagements. (not assigned but they support the Deputy Commandant) The Vice President for Student Affairs and Commandant may see the need to appoint select university staff to serve as mentors for specific cadet staff or special units. Develops and enforces military standards of the Corps of Cadets. Jazz Ensemble. (ADJ)/Housing Officer (not assigned directly to but supports some of the Deputy Commandant's duties) The Adjutant is a member of the Norwich University Staff under the direction of the Deputy Commandant. Adjutant. The Director of University Bands is responsible for supporting and promoting the morale and esprit of the Corps of Cadets. The Adjutant is responsible for the operations of Cadet Records/Housing Office. The following offices have such a relationship: a. their parents. The Chaplain also supervises and advises the Corps Honor Committees. The Senior Enlisted Advisor/Instructor gives advice and recommendations to the Commandant and Deputy Commandant in matters pertaining to NUCC personnel. cadet rank and insignia issue and turn-in. (not assigned directly to but supports some of the Deputy Commandant's duties) The Executive Assistant reports to the Commandant of Cadets and serves as the receptionist for the Commandant's Office. the provision of access to campus facilities for those responsible for religious programs. and disciplinary reports. he serves as principal trainer and advisor for Corps CSMs. 2-8. Symphonic Band and the Regimental Chorus. The Chaplain will: conduct religious services. the development of procedures whereby cadets may organize for religious or moral purposes and participate in programs and activities aimed at their spiritual and religious growth. action-oriented individual cadet training program and assisting the DOLDT with the leadership development program. In addition.also offers cadets the ability to purchase military issue clothing and sales items from military installations. key control. The USM. conduct funerals/memorials as appropriate. 2-6. counsel with cadets. which includes cadet and civilian student in and out processing. He is responsible for coordinating public performances by the Regimental Band and other musical groups. and PSGs. Actively participates in the recruitment and retention of the best and brightest young men and women. housing. The primary responsibility of the Band Director is to direct and advise the Regimental Band and Band Company. schedules visits for prospective students and manages the daily administrative functions of the Commandant's Office. job and leadership performance. issue and exchange of all cadet uniform articles to include rook issue. Serves as primary liaison with parents of cadets providing information and addressing issues and concerns. Serves as mentor and advisor to the Regimental S l for all personnel administration. uniform maintenance. Commandant's Special Staff and Corps Unit Advisors. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 4 . In addition. billeting assignments. 2-7. Is responsible for managing the Deputy Commandant's budget. faculty and staff uniform issue and maintenance.
Should the respective mentor depart or terminate relationship. Should the respective mentor depart or terminate relationship. that staff person will report for work at 1200 hours instead of 0700 on that duty weekday. The Title IX/EEO Coordinator mentors and trains Regimental Equal Opportunity (EO) Advisors in accordance with University Policy and monitors company-level EO training to ensure establishment and maintenance of the proper command climate. g. a volunteer university employee serves as advisor. a volunteer university employee serves as advisor. Title IX/EEO Coordinator.b. Should the respective mentor depart or terminate relationship. The DSA is charged with providing a well-rounded creative program of social. Norwich Cavalry Troop. The Commandant's Duty Officers are active duty members of the Armed Forces and/or members of the faculty and staff of Norwich University. a volunteer university employee serves as advisor. CDOs will inspect the campus once before midnight and once after midnight. Sunday and Holidays) begins at 0700 on the day you are scheduled for duty and ends at 0700 the next day. and recreational events to enhance student cadet life. The Drill Team and Color Guard require staff mentors to operate. regulations and standards of Norwich University and other directives from the Commandant. Advisor. When weekday CDO duty involves a Commandant' staff person. leaders are leaders. CDOs may make corrections and take corrective action necessary under the authority of the Commandant in his absence. Commandant's Duty Officer (CDO). The COS mentors and integrates the Cadet Regimental Guard Force ICW the Regimental S2 to ensure comprehensive security operations and traffic control as required in support of campus operations. The Commandant's goal is for all of our students to be personally responsible for their actions. ARTY requires staff mentors to operate. Artillery Battery (ARTY). Advisor. The rest of CDO weekend duty is on-call. Currently. f. Weekend duty (Saturday. Commandant's duty will begin at 1630 on the weekday (Monday through Friday) you are scheduled for duty and end at 0700 the next day. Currently. 2-10. c. 24/7. Chief of Security (COS). and for our student leaders to recognize their responsibility. The PAO focuses the efforts of Regimental PAO to maximize media coverage of University events. CDOs are direct representatives of the Commandant's during non-duty hours. cultural. regardless of lifestyle. he/she works closely with Regimental S5 section and Student Senate to plan social functions and activities. As a minimum during weekend duty. PAO optimizes cadet leadership to capture newsworthy events and process Hometown News Releases and provide updated photographs and information for inclusion on campus web page. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 5 . d. CDOs make periodic inspections of the University to include barracks to ensure compliance with the published rules. the respective detachment commander is required to cease all operations until a replacement can be found. Director of Student Activities (DSA). The Cavalry require staff mentors to operate. The Commandant's Duty is supervised by the Deputy Commandant and promulgated by CDO Duty Roster to protect property and enforce the rules and regulations of Norwich University after normal business hours. Norwich Drill Team and Color guard. h. educational. In this capacity. Namely. e. Advisor. the respective detachment commander is required to cease all operations until a replacement can be found. The Public Affairs Officer (PAO). the respective detachment commander is required to cease all operations until a replacement can be found. Currently.
x2498 University Public Safety *Karen Pellitier. x2121 Advisor to NUCC S5 *Chief Abraham. x2128 University Chaplain Advisor to Honor Committee *MAJ Helen Bryan. x2446 Band Director Parades and Ceremonies Advisor to Band Company r *Rev Bill Wick. 2114 Assistant Commandant Advisor to 3rd Bn/S3 Operations * = Not assigned to Deputy Commandant’s Office NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 6 .Figure 2-1 Organization: Office of the Deputy Commandant Col Scott Henne. x 2219 Assistant Commandant Advisor to 2nd Bn/S4/ARTY MAJ Russ Holden. x2138 Adjutant/Housing Advisor to NUCC S1/CAV WO Justin Lefebvre. x2142 Assistant Commandant Advisor to 1st Bn/S2/CAV MAJ Alan Lane. x2492 Senior Enlisted Advisor NCOPD Advisor to Prov Bn/Drill Tm MAJ Joyce Rivers. x2206 Uniform Store Manager CSM Max McIntyre. x 2678 Deputy Commandant *Director Student Activities. x2763 University PAO Advisor to NUCC PAO *Jim Bennet. x2144 Title IX/EEO Advisor to NUCC EO Reps *Tony Venti.
Administers punishment within the parameters of the Rules and Regulations. Corps Organization. three line battalions and a provisional battalion. See the Regimental Organization Chart. Rates the Deputy Commander. a. discipline. MANNING AND CADET DUTY DESCRIPTIONS Corps Organization 3-1. Approves enlisted promotions to SFC. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 7 . training and administration of the Corps of Cadets. Regimental Command Group. officer promotions to CPT (with the exception of command positions). Regimental Commander (COL). and principal Staff Officers. Battalion Commanders and the Regimental CSM. certain awards and decorations. Determines satisfactory attainment of rook recognition criteria and makes recommendation to Deputy Commandant to award Fourth Class Cadet privileges. The Regimental Commander is responsible for the morale. The Norwich University Corps of Cadets is organized as a regiment consisting of a headquarters and headquarters company. Figure 3-1 below: Figure 3-1 The assignment of officers and noncommissioned officers to the various companies within the regiment will be made in accordance with Chapter 4 of the NUCC SOP. Commands all subordinate battalions and the Regimental Staff. Makes recommendations and coordinates decisions with the Deputy Commandant. sits on various advisory and other boards. Headquarters and Headquarters Company includes the Regimental Command Group and the Regimental Staff. Ensures the discipline of the Corps by enforcing the Rules and Regulations. 3-2. Advises the Deputy Commandant on all Corps matters.CHAPTER 3 CORPS ORGANIZATION. welfare.
Command Sergeant Major (CSM). Inspector General Section. staff assistance and inspections. Acts in the capacity of the section officer in his absence. Conducts other tasks as directed by the commander. monitoring execution of orders. 4. Regimental Command Sergeant Major (CSM). and chairs the Rook/Cadet of the Month. Runner (CPL). Mentors and coaches Battalion CSMs and First Sergeants. These include. but are not limited to. Ensures the staff sections coordinate programs and projects among themselves. Makes recommendations and coordinates decisions with the Commandant’s Office Senior Enlisted Advisor. supervise and rate section's corporals. Supervises the subsection in the execution of tasks. which support the staff mission. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. Coordinates with the Assistant Commandant of Cadets tasked with advising this staff section. IG Section NCOIC. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. Perform work detailed by Chief of Investigations. Acts in the capacity of the Chief of Investigations in his absence. Ensures all NCOs model appropriate behaviors and set the appropriate example. Divides labor among the section teams. Rook/Cadet of the Year programs. Investigations (SFC). Attends the commander's Command and Staff meetings. Regimental Personal Staff. complaint investigation. and inspections for regulations and policy compliance. plans and orders. staff assistance and inspections. a.b. and preparing and submitting reports to the appropriate commanders. Deputy Commander (LTC). Conducts weekly staff meetings for the routine functioning of the Corps. Mans the staff IAW the NUCC TOE for the staff section. Perform work detailed by the IG Section NCOIC. conducting training. Reviews all inspection and investigation findings and endorses same up the chain of command. The Deputy Commander is second in command. identifying problems and solutions. acts as the Regimental Commander in his absence. Liaison between subordinate battalion staffs and the Deputy Commandant's Staff. Commander. d. Performs other tasks as directed by the Regimental Commander. 3-3. These include but are not limited to: standardization. Decides division of labor in the section to accomplish the above missions. Investigation Team Clerk (CPL). Banner. Plans. Primary focus is health and welfare of enlisted cadets. preparing estimates. preparing estimates. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission statement. organizes. As directed. 1. coordinating and supervising actions. IG Officer (LTC). The CSM is the regimental commander’s senior enlisted advisor. 5. conducting training. Rates the principle staff and senior rates all staff rated by a principle staff officer or the CSM. Rates the investigations officers and senior rates the noncommissioned officers. Disseminate and receive Command information. Enforces the discipline of the Corps. Performs duties of an executive officer in supervising the Regimental Staff. accepting investigations from the IG. identifying problems and solutions. coordinating and supervising actions. Perform work detailed by section officers. The IG Section performs the staff functions of Regimental standardization. Investigations Team Chief (CPT). 8. and the Commandant’s Orderly (CO) program in conjunction with all Battalion CSMs. Perform other duties as directed by the Regimental CSM. plans and orders. 7. Judges the Parent’s Weekend Jody. and inspections for regulations and policy compliance. Chief of Inspections (MAJ). coordinates. Chief Investigations Officer (MAJ). and Deputy Commandant of Cadets. Supervises the execution of tasks. 2. 3. monitoring execution of orders. Acts as the IG in their absence. NCOIC. Responds to the directives of the Regimental Deputy Commander. which support the IG mission. complaint investigation. c. Supervises the subsection in the execution of its compliance inspection NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 8 . and D & C competitions. Rates the officers and senior rates the noncommissioned officers in the IG section. Orchestrates future planning thus enabling the Commander to monitor current operations/training. 6. These include assigning and conducting investigations IAW the IG and Regt Cdr's guidance. Assesses training proficiency and NCO leadership development. assigning them to an investigations team and reviewing the conclusion of all investigations findings. IG Section Clerk (CPL). Perform duties as assigned by section leaders.
b. and ROTC units under the direction of the Public Affairs Officer. parades and other events. SS formations and Sick Call reports. monitoring execution of orders. identifying problems and solutions. etc. Rates commissioned officers and senior rates NCOs. Coordinates home town news releases for members of the Corps of Cadets receiving distinguished honors. conducting training. ii. 2. Public Affairs NCOIC (MSG). Regimental Coordinating Staff. Acts in the capacity of the Chief of Inspections in his absence. identifying problems and solutions. supervises. accountability. Provides narration at ceremonies. staff NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 9 . Inspection Team Clerk (CPL). Perform duties as assigned by Regimental Honor Committee Chair. a. 3. 5. Provides multimedia technical support and performs other duties as directed by section leaders. Narrator (SSG). Performs work detailed by the section officers. the UMR. These include but are not limited to scheduling each company in the regiment for a compliance inspection. demotions. administrative processing of forms regarding promotions. and ROTC units. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. plans and orders. CPRs. athletic teams. Supervises and rates NCOs under his responsibility. Performs duties as assigned by section leaders. athletic teams. iii. monitoring execution of orders. S1 Section. rating schemes and others dealing with personnel matters. Photographer (SSG). Perform work detailed by Chief of Inspections. and the individual. Public Affairs Officer (MAJ). coordinating and supervising actions. Assistant Public Affairs Officer (CPT). Assists the PAO in performance of duties. i. awards. preparing estimates. Acts as PAO in his absence. clubs. These include but are not limited to scheduling each company in the regiment for a compliance inspection. Responsible for the Corps Honor Committee activities to include educating cadets on the Honor Code. plans and orders. Rates the commissioned officer in the section and senior rates the noncommissioned officer. NCOIC. conducts that inspection IAW inspection criterion and reports the written results to the company's chain of command. 4. Performs other duties as directed by section leaders. • Junior and Sophomore Honor Chairs. Perform work detailed by section officers. 3-4.mission. As directed. clubs. Junior and Sophomore Honor Committees. The S l performs staff functions of records keeping (by assisting Cadet Records). Inspections (SFC). Multimedia Specialist (SSG). Inspection Team Chief (CPT). conducts that inspection IAW inspection criterion and reports the written results to the company's chain of command. supervises and rates the section corporals. preparing estimates. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. 6. Acts in the capacity of the section officer in his absence. 1. conducting honor boards and recommending sentences for honor violations. Regimental Honor Committee Chair. the Corps of Cadets. staff assistance and inspections. PAO Section Corporals (2) (CPL). Perform duties as assigned by section leaders. awards. supervise and rate section's corporals. Supervises the Corps. Works with Norwich University Public Affairs Director on news and events pertaining to the Corps of Cadets. 7. Public Affairs Section. investigating honor violations. coordinating and supervising actions. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. As directed. Provides still photographs and video of news and events pertaining to the Corps of Cadets. conducting training. and rates the Corps photographer. Directs. c. Staff responsibility for Sick Call. promotions and events bringing credit upon Norwich.
Assists the Regimental Recruiting Officer perform his duties. 14. OPORDs. Responds to the directives of the Regimental Deputy Commander and Commander. 13. These include but are not limited to: personnel manning. Rates the section's noncommissioned officers and senior rates the corporals. Regimental Recruiting Officer (1LT). demotion. Executes the tasks which support the personnel section mission. Section is also responsible for publishing and disseminating the Nightly Note and the Weekly Training Matrices. Serves as academic officer for the Sl staff section. Making personnel forms available to 1SGs and advising them on their use and distribution. Responsible for tracking company and battalion NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 10 . Assistant Personnel NCO (SSG). 10. Coordinates plans. Regimental Equal Opportunity Advisor (1LT). Works closely with the Assistant Sl for Personnel to input their management items into records. Responsible for tracking company and battalion retention and preparing and distributing retention reports for the Regimental Commander as required. and CPRs. Fulfills the role of Regimental Adjutant. and transfers. which support the record mission. 11. 4. room changes. 7. Responsible for supervising the processing all cadet actions using the cadet administrative action form to include leaves. 2. Rates the assistant officers and senior rates the noncommissioned officers in the section. Making personnel forms available to 1SGs and advising them on their use and distribution. etc. 1. Assistant Sl Actions Section (1LT). Acts as the S l in their absence. Coordinates with the Assistant S l for actions to input management items into records. Supervises the Sick Call mission. demotions. Supervises the Sick Call mission. Coordinates plans. promotion and demotion actions. position management. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. Actions Section Clerk (CPL).. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission. Performs duties as assigned by section leaders. Assistant S1. Coordinates with the S3 to post training records. Performs duties as assigned by section leaders. coordinates high school visits and assists with Open Houses and other recruiting activities Responsible for supervising and directing company recruiting NCOs. 8. Supervises the sub-section in the execution of tasks that support the personnel mission. Performs duties as assigned by section leaders. Manages division of labor among the noncommissioned officers. and CPRs. transfers. These include but are not limited to: posting orders for promotions. with the Assistant Commandant tasked with advising staff section. processing orders for promotion.assistance and inspections. Recruiting NCO (SFC). Deputy S1 (CPT). Works closely with the Assistant Sl for Personnel to input their management items into records. managing the UMR within the TOE. 9. S1 Officer (MAJ). demotions. Supervises the sub-section in the execution of tasks. Mans the staff TAW the TOE. Coordinates with the S3 to post training records. 12. Rates the section's noncommissioned officers and senior rates the corporals. 6. Acts as the Sl in their absence. 3. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. 5. maintaining the rating schemes and Cadet Personnel Records (CPR). Recruiting Clerk (CPL). Personnel Section NCO (SFC). which support the record mission.. etc. Personnel Section Clerk (CPL). Senior rates the assistant officers and senior rates the noncommissioned officers in the section. Actions Section NCO (SSG). Personnel Section (lLT). These include but are not limited to: posting orders for promotions. transfers. Rates the section's noncommissioned officers and senior rates the corporals. Decides division of labor in the section to accomplish the above missions. Under the direction of the NU Admissions Office. which support the record mission. Supervises the sub-section in the execution of tasks. Assists the S1supervise the staff in execution of the above mission. Sl NCOIC (MSG). Supervises the sub-section in the execution of tasks. OPORDs. with the Assistant Commandant tasked with advising staff section. Responds to the directives of the Regimental Deputy Commander and Commander m the absence of the S1.
monitoring execution of orders. Catholic (SSG). Security for additional taskings. staff assistance and inspections. Rates the Assistant Officers and senior rates the noncommissioned officers in the section. coordinating with S4 for weapons security procedures.participation in EO training and assisting the University EO Director as required. S2 Officer (MAJ). Regimental Chaplain Assistant. Assistant S2. Supervises daily CMC formations and inspections. etc. 15. conducting training. Security for additional taskings. supervises the Regimental Guard function. Coordinates with Facilities Operations to establish campus beautification tasks to assign to cadets who have disciplinary action requiring work tours. S2 Security Section Clerk (CPL). Divides labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. 2. Coordinates with Facilities Operations to establish campus beautification tasks to assign to cadets who have disciplinary action requiring work tours. These include but are not limited to: coordinating with the S3 for security missions that are implied in Corps training and operations. guard mount. coordinating and supervising actions. Attends staff meetings and reports service plans to the corps staff and corps plans to the chaplains. Perform duties as assigned by the University Chaplain within the parameters of the Rules and Regulations. preparing estimates. Coordinates directly with the Assistant S2. Mans the staff IAW the NUCC TOE for the staff section.e. Perform work detailed by the S2 officer. S2 Section. 1. OPORDs. Acts as the liaison between the University Chaplain and the Corps for catholic services and programs to include the Rook off campus retreat. Non-Denominational (SSG). limited to tour management functions as well as tour formations. wellness and first aid training for the Corps. Perform duties as directed by section leaders. Medical Platoon Leader (1LT). Rate the noncommissioned officers in the section and senior rate the corporals. with the Assistant Commandant tasked with advising staff section. Plans security for Corps events and operations (i. Supervises the medical sick call procedures within the Corps. Manages the Uniform Code Flag function and schedules and oversees the Regimental Guard function. 7. Security Section (CPT). Decides division of labor in the section to accomplish the above missions. Conducts analysis of disciplinary infractions to preempt future occurrences. Acts as the S2 in their absence. reveille. retreat and taps details for the Regimental Commander. Perform duties as assigned by the University Chaplain within the parameters of the Rules and Regulations. Assists the S2 by supervising the S2 section in the execution of tasks. Coordinates plans. guests) per staff planning with the S3. Manages the tour report. Coast Guard watch. Act as the S2 in his absence. Plans and conducts personal fitness. Supervises the Uniform Code Flag function. identifying problems and solutions. Attends staff meetings and reports service plans to the corps staff and corps plans to the chaplains. reveille. (1LT). Perform duties as directed by section leaders. Assistant S2. Coordinates directly with the Regimental S3 for other Corps units as required to execute these requirements to standards.. 5. 8. 6. These include but are not. retreat and taps details for the Regimental Commander. S2 Section Clerk (CPL). Responds to the directives of the Regimental XO and Commander. Coordinates directly with the Assistant S2. The S2 performs the staff functions of security. parades. b. monitors tour formations and tour credit. Rates the noncommissioned officers in the section and senior rates the corporals. Supervises daily guard mount. and discipline. Obtain and provide daily NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 11 . S2 NCOIC (MSG). Regimental Chaplain Assistant. weapons security. 17. S2 Guard Mount NCO (SFC). Weather Section. 3. coordinating with the detail company and NU Security to schedule coverage of the missions. S2 CMC Detachment NCOIC (SFC). plans and orders. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. Plans and supervises the medical support provided at training sites and during Corps operations. which support the staff missions. Supervises daily CMC formations and inspections. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission statement. Acts as the liaison between the University Chaplain and the Corps for non-denominational services and programs to include the Rook off campus retreat. 4. 16.
8. 1. Tasking and Resource Coordination NCO (SFC). Plans and writes OPORDs to execute the Corp training program. In addition. 4. Assists in preparing annual and semester Corps Training Guidance (CTG) and associated calendars. training schedule changes. Ensures all significant historical events during the school year are documented and published in an Annual Corps History. develop training lesson plans for each task associated with the NUCC Master Training Task List (MTTL). assisting the Regimental Commander. programs and special ceremonies as directed by the Regimental Commander or Commandant of Cadets. prepares and disseminates weekly training schedules. 2. c. and disseminates and supervises tasking. etc. processes requests to change the training schedule. with the Assistant Commandant tasked with advising staff section. Documents all significant historical events during the school year and publishes an Annual Corps History. administrative and other support as necessary to accomplish training. Training Development NCO (SSG). staff assistance and inspections. identifying problems and solutions. S2 Weather Section Clerk (CPL).weather and light data. formations and/or parades. Perform duties as directed by section leaders. planning ceremonies as necessary. classrooms and training aids needed for Corps training. Mans the staff IAW the NUCC TOE for the staff section. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 12 . Safety and Leadership Development for the Corps. monitoring execution of orders. class training. S3 Officer (MAJ). Assistant S3. These include but are not limited to: planning parades and publishing the parade schedule. S3 Section Clerk (CPL). and compiling unit and individual training reports and records on all MTTL specific training. Training NCO (SFC). 11. OPORDs. Corps Historian (1LT). S2 Weather NCO (SFC). plans and orders. Training and Historian perform his duties. S3 Operations Sergeant (SGM). The S3 performs the staff functions and supervision of Operations. Assists the Assistant S3. parade schedule. Responds to the directives of the Regimental XO and Commander. S3 Section. supervises all Corps taskings. Submits training support requests through the Regimental S3 & Director of Training to NU resource managers for facilities. coordinating and supervising actions. 5. Assist the Weather Officer obtain and provide topographical maps for Corps training events conducted outside requiring such maps. Rates the noncommissioned officers and senior rates the corporals. 10. 3. Decides division of labor in the section to accomplish the above missions. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. Lays out fields for parades. Plans and conducts Corps level After Action Reviews of training and operations and prepares written AARs. schedules training areas and support. Drill Team & Color Guard for their participation. Coordinates with other staff sections for logistical. and/or topographical maps when conducting any outdoor training. Rates the Assistant Officers and staff Sergeant Major and senior rates the noncommissioned officers in the section. Assists in preparing training lesson plans for each task associated with the NUCC Master Training Task List (MTTL). conducting training. and disseminates approved changes to the training schedules. Trainer and Historian (CPT). maintains a Tasking Form-6 to validate equitable tasking of Corps units. Assist the Weather Officer obtain and provide weather and light data for Corps events conducted outside.. Coordinates with ARTY. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission statement. Ensures weather conditions are posted daily in the Regimental Guard Room. processes and prepares taskings to subordinate Corps units for the Regimental S3 to approve and sign. Perform duties as directed by section leaders. 6. preparing estimates. Receives tasking requests. 7. Coordinates plans. Perform other duties as directed by the Weather Officer. S2 Map NCO (SSG). Supervises the command training program to include: preparing annual and semester Corps Training Guidance (CTG) and associated Calendars. Supervises the subsection in the execution of tasks that support the operations mission. Plans and Training. 9. Publish OPORDs as necessary. prepares and publishes weekly training schedules and when required.
LDP Records Clerk (CPL). 14. parades. Ensures communications guidance is included in all Corps OPORDs and that communications equipment is procured. inspects the Individual Training Record (ITR) containing completed LDP assessments and counseling's. Operations NCO (SFC). parades. issued to Corps units for use during. ceremonies. Trains Corps leaders on and provides standard LDP Assessment and Counseling forms and LDP Training Record formats for all individual assessments and counseling's done by Corps leaders. LDP Lesson Development NCO (SFC). ceremonies. Assistant S3. Cavalry Troop and Artillery Battery training and approved operations are on the Corps training calendar. Mountain and Cold Weather (MCW) Company Commander (CPT). and/or socials involving two (2) or more Corps battalion sized units. and preparing and disseminating LDP annual guidance. Implements Chapter 10 — Communications of the NUCC SOP. parades. Provisional Battalion Commander (LTC). Assist the Plans NCO develop OPORDs for all major training. Supervises the Corps safety program IAW Chapter Seven (7) o the NUCC SOP to include conducting risk assessments for all training and follow on safety inspections during all training to ensure risk mitigation measures are in place. 10. and/or socials involving two or more Corps battalion sized units. Prepares and disseminates. accounts for there completion and submits reports to commanders. Training Records NCO (SSG). Maintains liaison and coordinates with the Regimental S3 to ensure all MCW Company and Rescue Team (RT) training and approved operations are on the Corps training calendar. 11. and accounts for their turn in at the conclusion of Corps NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 13 . ICW the Regimental S3. Plans and Safety (CPT). 18. on weekly training schedules and that an OPORD is prepared for all major operations. 16. Once approved. parades. 21. Plans NCO (SFC). Leader Development and Assessments (CPT). Plans & Safety with his duties as directed. and/or socials involving two (2) or more Corps battalion sized units. administrative and other support as necessary to accomplish the LDP program to standard. Operations. Develops OPORDs for all major training. OPORDs for all major Corps parade and ceremonies. Color Guard. 19. Assists the LDP Assessment and Counseling NCO perform his duties. Develops & submits lesson plans for approval through the Regiment S3 to the Director of Leadership Development & Training. Coordinates with the Provisional Battalion Commander who is directly tasked to prepare parade and ceremony OPORDS. ceremonies. 15. Maintains liaison and coordinates with the Regimental S3 to ensure Provisional Battalion special units (Band. Coordinates with other staff sections for logistical. conducted LDP overview briefings to Corps units. Supervises the execution of all OPORDs for all major training. 12. Reviews the LDP assessments and counseling's done by Corps leaders and evaluates them for compliance. Obtains the training results for all individual training conducted in the corps from battalion and/or company training officers/NCOs. 13. Ops. Supervises the development and execution of all OPORDs for all major training. Provides standard training record formats for all individual training to Corps units. ceremonies. Assistant Operations NCO (SSG). 17. 22. Assistant Plans NCO (SSG). Supervises the implementation of the Corps Leadership Development Program (LDP) to include: preparing LDP specific lesson plans for LDP tasks listed in the MTTL. and/or socials involving two or more Corps battalion sized units. supervising all leader assessment and counseling requirements and records. Signal Officer (1LT). Safety Officer (1LT). weekly training schedules. and/or socials involving two or more Corps battalion sized units. In coordination with the Training Records NCO. disseminates them IAW Chapter 10 of the NUCC SOP. LDP Assessment and Counseling NCO (SFC). parades. 20.9. Inspects the Individual Training Record (ITR) maintained at company level by the 1SG for all cadets. ceremonies. Assistant S3. Assist the Operations NCO supervise the execution of all major training. Drill Team. Assists the Assistant S3.
with the Commandant's Office and Uniform Officer. 3. S5 Section. Maintains and monitors section training program. The S4 performs the staff functions of supply and property management.e. field equipment.. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. Performs report of survey due to loss or damage of materiel. Actively maintains a training program for section. 8. distributes regimental property (i. other property such as flags. staff assistance and inspections. 7. training. Supervises the property management subsection in the execution of tasks listed in paragraph 5. above. 5. These include but are not limited to: issue of uniforms. S4 Supply NCOIC (SFC). These include but are not limited to: uniform issue. e. reports of survey. Rates the senior noncommissioned officer in the section. property book listing and works closely with supply. Rates the noncommissioned officers and corporals in the section. This section plans logistical support for the Corps' execution of its operations and training programs and day-to-day operations. identifying problems and solutions. Assistant S4 Property Management Officer (CPT). arms) as well as consumable supplies (door cards. storage and control of inventory. etc. coordinating and supervising actions. S4 Section. responds to the directives of the Regimental XO and Commander. Supply Officer (CPT). Divides labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. 1. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers and corporals in the section. Rates the senior noncommissioned officer in the section. transportation requirements and supply coordination. d. procuring and distributing forms. weapons. Further the Regimental Armorer advises to the Drill Team unit and Artillery Battery unit weapons program. Supervises the supply subsection in the execution of tasks that support the room inventory and supply mission. obtaining expendables and coordinating with the other staff sections for supply issues. advise the Regimental Commander and Corps leadership on issues relating to the rifles and operation of the university arms room to include hours of operation. property book listing.) Manages accountable property (such as sabers) and obtains incidental equipment as needed by the S3 for training or operations .level training and operations. 6. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission statement. 4. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers and corporals in the section. supply and maintenance. Mans the staff IAW the NUCC UMR for the staff section. OPORDs. rules and regulations. Is the Corps liaison with the University Director of Student Activities. serves as a liaison between the Corps of Cadets and the Commandant's Office. guidons. mess hall arrangement and transportation requirements. S4 NCOIC (MSG). Coordinates plans. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers and corporals in the section. Supervises the property management subsection in the execution of tasks that support and maintain supply storage facilities. Perform duties as assigned by section leaders. S4 Regimental Armorer (CPT/MSG).e. conducting training. Supervises the logistics subsection in the execution of tasks that support the supply and property management mission and weapons program. uniform articles. tape and door material coverings. preparing estimates. Divides labor among noncommissioned officers in the section. Decides division of labor in the section to accomplish the above missions. S4 Property Management NCO (SFC). It orders and supplies all forms needed by the regiment. monitoring execution of orders. These tasks include but are not limited to facility maintenance and upkeep. Supervises the supply subsection in the execution of tasks that support the staff mission. accountability. Assistant S4. management. Works closely with the Uniform Officer and staff. security policy development and maintenance. Rates the Supply and Property Management Officer's. 2. Rates the noncommissioned officers and corporals. These include but are not limited to issuance of supply and property noted in paragraph 3. class schedule cards. The S5 performs the staff functions of Civil Affairs to include intramural coordinator and student activity liaison. the Regimental Armorer and the NCOIC. Coordinates social NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 14 . Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. S4 Section Corporals. Acts as S4 Logistics Officer in that individual's absence. water containers). S4 Logistics Officer (MAJ). Rates the noncommissioned officers and corporals. plans and OPORDs. inventory control. The Regimental Armorer is the highest ranking cadet in the armor chain of command and is primarily responsible for the efficient operation of the University's weapons program to include issue/turn-in. maintenance and replenishment as well as transportation requirements. ring boxes. above. ammunition.
Assist company intramural officers in accomplishing their task. Intramural NCO (SFC). Performs work detailed by the S5 officer. preparing estimates. 1. Supervises the subsection in the execution of tasks that support the operations mission. staff assistance and inspections. Coordinates the intramural schedule for the Corps of Cadets and runs the Harmon Trophy competition TAW the intramural plan. Drill Team Company (includes the NU Color Guard Section). Responds to the directives of the Regimental XO and Commander. Supervises the subsection in the execution of tasks. 3-5. 2. Rates the noncommissioned officers and senior rates the corporals. S5 Section Corporals. Headquarters and Headquarters Company. Assist the Assistant S5 Intramural Officer. Student Activities NCO (SFC). Provisional Battalion. supervise and rate the section's corporals. conducting training. Monitors team rosters. Acts as the S5 in their absence. See the Provisional Battalion Organization Chart. Mans the staff IAW the NUCC TOE for the staff section. etc. 6. Divides labor among the section's noncommissioned officers. These include but are not limited to executing the Corps intramural program.functions involving the Corps. Perform duties as assigned by the section leaders. especially Regimental Ball. Provides administrative and logistical support to the Regimental Command Group and Staff. Assist the Assistant S5 Student Activities Officer. Intramural (CPT). Student Activities (CPT). Junior Weekend and other planned and unplanned activities. Acts as the S5 in their absence. These include but are not limited to coordinating with the University Director of Student Activities for all social functions. 5. Decides division of labor in the section to accomplish the above missions. scheduled and unscheduled. Consists of four companies that include Band Company. S5 NCOIC (MSG). 3. plans and orders. Winter Carnival. 4. with the Director of Student Activities and the Assistant Commandant of Cadets tasked with advising this staff section. coordinating and supervising actions.. 3-6. Figure 2-2 below: NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 15 . S5 Officer (MAJ). monitoring execution of orders. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission statement. Rates the section's noncommissioned officers and senior rates the corporals. identifying problems and solutions. 7. As directed. Divides the labor among the noncommissioned officers in the section. league standings and the progress towards the Harmon Trophy. which support the staff mission. and a Cavalry Troop. OPORDs. Rates the Assistant Officers and senior rates the noncommissioned officers in the section. Supervises the Medical Platoon. Coordinates plans. Assistant S5. Assistant S5. its schedules and assisting the Director of Student Activities in such. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. Artillery Battery.
a. The band provides music for all Corps functions along with performing for off campus parades and events. and the Regimental Men's Chorus. Battalion Command Group. New Recruits may request assignment to the Regimental Band. c. Provisional Battalion Specialty Units. formations and special events. Parents Weekend. b. Both elements support University recruiting efforts through public appearances. The Drill Team Company (DT) which includes the Color Guard are available to all cadets. 3-8. graduation. and other military ceremonies. cadets may participate in the Grenadiers Jazz Ensemble. The Corps of Cadets has several specialty units in which only members of the Corps may participate. Along with the Regimental Band. during parades and ceremonies. Freshmen may participate in CAV training upon arrival to the NU Corps of Cadets. The Color Guard carries our National Colors. Responsible for all the battalion does or fails to do. Artillery Battery. Both the Provisional and Line Battalion organization includes the following command and staff positions. These unit activities are considered extracurricular and cadets participating must be in good academic standing IAW published academic regulations. and other flags. Incoming new Recruits may apply for acceptance into the Drill Team. the Campus Choraleers. The Cavalry Troop members are taught basic equestrian skills and ride in parades. a.Provisional Battalion Organizational Chart Figure 3-2 3-7. Cavalry Troop. Homecoming. Battalion Commander (LTC). Band Company. The Artillery Battery (ARTY) fires muzzle loaded civil war vintage cannons and howitzers at football games. Conducts training IAW NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 16 . The Drill Team performs precision and trick drill and ceremony with rifles and fixed bayonets to include performing in competitions. d. Drill Company. These units are organized as part of the Provisional Battalion. Freshmen may participate in ARTY training upon arrival to the NU Corps of Cadets.
Echo Company and Foxtrot Company. plans and orders. identifying problems and solutions. unit intramural officers. and Kilo Company.e. f. Battalion Color Bearer and Guards (CPL). Battalion S3 Officer (CPT). Acts as the commander's advisor on enlisted matters within the battalion. Battalion Runner (CPL).e. etc. and 3rd Battalion consisting of Golf Company. formations. Performs runner and other duties as assigned by the BN CSM.. certain awards) and recommends actions for higher echelon decisions (i. b. They are 1st Battalion consisting of Alpha Company. first sergeants (with input from the Battalion CSM). Senior rates assistant staff officers. conducting training. Responds to the directives of the Battalion XO and Commander. Coordinates battalion level training and PT formations. Judges Daily Commandant’s Orderly Competition. morale). e. promotions/ demotions above SSG). Acts as battalion commander in their absence. Provides advice to company first sergeants on administrative matters. There line battalions in the Corps. Fulfills the role of Battalion Adjutant and Logistics Officer.appropriate field manuals. In addition. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. Maintains the discipline and readiness of the battalion through inspections (condition of rooms. uniforms. bulletin boards. Hotel Company. Battalion Command Sergeant Major (CSM). 3-9. there is a smaller battalion staff that is supervised day to day by the battalion executive officer. Bravo Company and Charlie Company. Provides guidance and direction to assigned companies. Evaluates their support to their company and reports same to the battalion commander and informally to the company commander. Supervises and rates primary staff officers. promotions/demotions to staff sergeant. Battalion Sl / S4 Officer (CPT). and BN staff corporals. staff assistance and inspections. Performs color bearer and other duties as assigned by the BN CSM.. conducting training. Battalion Executive Officer (MAJ). staff assistance and inspections. g. company XO. monitoring execution of OPORDs. monitoring execution of orders. Reviews administrative actions i. Ensures the Rules and Regulations are enforced and issues punishment within its limits. plans and OPORDs. and all platoon leaders. CSM and company commanders. room changes. India Company. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission. See the 1st Battalion Organization Chart. Trains the Battalion Color Bearer and Guards. Fulfills the role of Battalion Operations Officer. Supervises the staff in execution of the above mission. Maintains battalion discipline by enforcing all Corps Rules and Regulations and battalion commander's policies. preparing estimates. coordinating and supervising actions. Figure 3-3 below: NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 17 . Senior rates battalion staff officer. 2nd Battalion consisting of Delta Company. inspections and communications. Responds to the directives of the Battalion XO and Commander. Supervises and rates the staff's corporals and maintains the written flow of communications for the battalion commander. preparing estimates. Line Battalions. identifying problems and solutions. Performs duties as directed by the commander. d. Staff responsibilities include advising and providing information to the commander. c. Monitors disciplinary sanctions ensuring subordinates' satisfactory completion of consequences. Orchestrates battalion staff planning thus enabling the Commander to monitor current operations/training. Rates the Battalion XO. coordinating and supervising actions.
Line and Provisional Battalion Company Organization. There are no freshmen assigned to the Regimental Headquarters and Headquarters Company. I. Figure 3-4 below: Company Organization Chart Figure 3-4 NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 18 . ARTY and CAV Troop) are assigned to Provisional Battalion. and K Co are assigned to 3rd Battalion. Drill Tm. G.Line Battalion Organizational Chart Figure 3-3 Each line company consists of two platoons (3 squads each). E and F Co are assigned to 2nd Battalion. B and C Co are assigned to 1 Battalion. H. 3-10. and four ceremonial companies Band. D. See the Company Organization Chart. There are nine line companies (A. Upperclassmen are assigned to 1st Platoon and new Recruits (Rooks) are assigned to the 2nd platoon.
Provides input to the CPR ratings of all company corporals. a. Ensures cleanliness of barracks areas inside and outside. training. Inspects the members of the platoon for personal appearance. physical security. and bulletin board CPL/SGT. Company Executive / Academic Officer (ILT). Supervises the platoon sergeant.e. accountability. Supply NCO / Armorer. Is present as necessary to supervise platoon activities. Drills the platoon and takes accountability at formations IAW FM 22-5. Arranges for referees as needed. Acts as commander in the commander's absence. Rates the XO. Team Leader (CPL/SGT). Platoon Sergeant (SFC). Conducts routine inspections or as directed by the commander. Announces upcoming competitions. Acts as company commander as needed and per the chain of command system. Supervises platoon drill IAW FM 22-5. Acts as platoon sergeant in the absence of the platoon sergeant.e.3-11. f.e. Assists in the administration of the Tour Report and cadet compliance. 1st Platoon team leaders also perform one or more of the following duties under the supervision of the 1SG: company runner. Takes accountability at formations. room changes. administrative functions (i. Counsels. c. Assists Company XO in weapons issue. First Sergeant (1SG). Coordinates the units rosters to fulfill its participation in the Corps Intramural Program. Coordinates student visits within the company barracks area. etc. Enforces corps discipline. training corporals in all company administration. As senior enlisted member. etc. Arms Officer and Dining-In Officer. Rates the team leader using the CPR. welfare. Commands the company in all Corps and Battalion events. and executes issue. h. the "First Sergeant Manual". Recruiting Officer (2LT). Master Fitness Trainer / Intramural NCO (SSG). equipment. b. forms. Handles all communication coming into and going out of the company. particularly morale.). Acts as squad leader in their absence. Solves problems on issues within the purview of platoon interest. requests. training guidon bearers. conditions and standards. HHC CDR -MAJ). g. Acts as platoon leader or first sergeant in their absence. Responsible for all the company does r fails to do. notices. security and accountability d. training.) Enforces the discipline of the company through the NUCC Rules and Regulations and company issues as necessary. ensures participation is shared among all members of the company and reports such to the commander. higher level disciplinary infractions. Trains the platoon in subjects delegates to that level by regimental policies and OPORDs. weapons and room appearance. Provides unit expertise in the conduct of fitness training and testing. Rates Platoon sergeant and senior rates the squad leaders using the CPR. Passes information up and down the chain of command. advises the commander on enlisted matters. Runs company formations and drills the company IAW FM 22-5. Takes accountability at formations. Advises the commander on all matters. duty rosters. Passes information to members from the higher chain of command and information to the chain of command from squad members. maintenance and turn in plans for NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 19 . sentinel guard supervisor (CPL/SGT of the guard). Performs the duties of a squad leader under the supervision of a senior NCO. Rates the squad leaders and senior rates the team leaders using the CPR. promotions and demotions for SSG and above. inspections and other functions. Inspects squad members for personal. Supervises training IAW Corps policies and OPORDs and formations IAW FM 22-5. Procures and distributes forms. clerk. advises and disciplines members on Corps issues. coordinates. Assists the Regimental Recruiting Officer with soliciting Rooks to volunteer to recruit for Admissions. j. discipline. Solves problems on issues within the purview of squad interest. Serves as the company academic monitor. Is responsible for all that the platoon does or fails to do. Intramural Officer and 1SG and senior rates the Platoon Sergeants using the CPR. Platoon Leaders. certain awards) and recommends action for higher echelon decisions (i. Responsible for the bulletin board. Develops. Enforces rules and regulations and company policy. Platoon Leader (1LT). Squad Leader (SSG). Responsible for all communication getting to company members. promotions and demotions through the rank of sergeant. weapons and room appearance. unit manning report (UMR) and maintenance of the unit TOE. e. paperwork. i. Drills their squad. Company Organization. obtains supplies and services for unit personnel. Approves administrative actions within his purview (i. Ensures cleanliness of barracks area inside and outside. Company Commander (CPT. rules and regulations and company policies. Is the senior training NCO responsible for training to be conducted according to task.
the Regimental Commander must provide training guidance to the Regimental S3 that facilitates scheduled requisite training to enable satisfactory accomplishment and recognition no later than Junior Ring Weekend. Figure 3-5 3-13. Cadet Class System. Rook recognition occurs upon completion of Rook Orientation Week and Rook Basic Training. Once recognized. k. Corps Manning. Third Class (academic sophomores). Guidon Bearer / Admin Clerk (CPL). The Regimental Sl IAW the University Housing and Administration Officer oversees the assignment of cadets to the UMR. The Corps is comprised of four classes as follows: First Class (academic seniors). and CPL Promotion Boards. Platoons and Squad Organization. See Appendix A TOE. 3-14. Second Class (academic. Cadets are assigned to a paragraph and line number that corresponds to the authorization for that cadet position in the Corps. transfer students are awarded class privileges upon recognition corresponding with their academic year. See Figure 3-5 below. The Norwich University Corps of Cadets Unit Manning Report (UMR) provides the authorization and requirements for cadet positions for all cadets in the Corps organizations from Regiment down to Squad level. 3-15.M14s assigned to unit personnel. all freshmen cadets earn the privileges of fourth-class cadets. and Fourth Class (first year students). updated and approved each year by the Deputy Commandant of Cadets. As a guideline. juniors). 2nd semester Leadership Training. Rook Recognition. Subordinate commanders do not have the latitude to establish individual standards for recognition. Daily life is facilitated through the use of a class system. the Company 1SG. The UMR is reviewed. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 20 . Performs guidon bearer and other duties as assigned by 3-12.
Platoon and Squad level units. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 21 . When a cadet is assigned to a paragraph and line number of the UMR. he or she is authorized to wear rank and carry out the duties and authorities of their assigned position. Drill Team Co. The UMR is the Corps organizational document that authorizes cadet positions in all Regimental.. etc. Strategic Plan. Battalion. Corps Unit Regt Cmd Grp HQ and HQ Det Regt S 1 Regt S2 Regt S3 MCW Det HQ Regt S4 Regt S5 Regt Public Affairs Regt IG Re: Honor Committee Regimental Totals 1st Bn Cmd Group / Staff A Co B Co C Co 1st Bn Totals 2nd Bn Cmd Group / Staff D Co E Co F Co 2nd Bn Totals Authorized 07 14 16 11 11 05 12 11 08 11 02 108 09 77 77 77 240 09 77 77 77 240 Assigned(T) Notes . Band Co. i.APPENDIX A CORPS TABLE OF ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT UNIT MANNING AUTHORIZATIONS 2019 Purpose: The Table of Organization (TOE) identifies authorized positions. envisions a Corps of Cadets with an end strength of 1250 cadets. There is one Corps position authorized for each cadet. The enclosed TOE provides the capability to add units or limit unit assignment as enrollment increases or decreases. The Unit Manning Report (UMR) reflects the assignment of actual cadets towards the TOE. Company. Norwich University 2019.. UMR Design and Organization. The UMR is specifically organized to size Corps companies to fit the bed space of the barracks on the Upper Parade (UP) ground and to fit the unique companies of the Corps.e.
IF FILLED TO 100%. If the UMR paragraph and line number does not have a cadet. leave the paragraph and line number blank. UMR Recommended Changes. UMR Responsibility. No cadet may wear rank without written orders published by the Regimental Adjutant / S1 and approved by the Regimental Commander and/or Deputy Commandant. NOTE FOR ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT: UMR AUTHORIZES 1369 SPACES. NU Strategic Plan 2019 LIMITS FILL TO 1250 SPACES OR 91%. The University Housing and Administration Officer will advise and oversee the Regimental Adjutant / Sl on how to assign cadets to the UMR authorized positions. Modifications and amendments to the UMR may be made using a Cadet Action Form and (include justification) will be submitted through the Regimental Sl and University Housing and Administration Officer to the Deputy Commandant for approval. IF NU ADDRESSES RETENTION. ADMISSIONS MIGHT HAVE TO LIMIT NEW ASSESSIONS TO 385 or less (QUALITY VERSUS QUANTITY) UMR REQUIRES 353 SOPHOMORES (CPL).Corps Unit 3rd Bn Cmd Group / Staff G Co H Co I Co 4th Battalion Command Group K Co L Co M Co Prov Bn Cmd Group/ Staff Cavalry Troop Band Drill Team Arty Provisional Bn Totals Total Beds Required if 100%: Authorized Assigned(T) 09 77 77 77 240 09 77 Notes 1 additional runner due to attachment K Attached to 3rd Battalion SY 2004- 77 77 240 10 45 85 66 45 251 1319 (2019) 1119 1144 ProjectedCorps Total 2019 1250 UP Available Beds: 1310 20042005 Allocated 1144 Corps/Civilian Totals: 1310 UMR Assignments. 509 Non-Commissioned Officers (combination of Juniors and Seniors). Cadet orders will only be published when there is an authorized UMR paragraph and line number that authorizes a cadet position. UMR ONLY REQUIRES 384 NEW RECRUITS. and 129 Commissioned Officers (Seniors) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 22 .
CHAPTER 4 CORPS RANK AND PROMOTION SYSTEM 4-1. Figure 4-1 NUCC Ranks NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 23 . corps performance and excellence in extracurricular activities. The Deputy Commandant may grant an exception to the rank criteria and selection policy as required to ensure all cadets are given a fair opportunity to hold appropriate rank within the Corps. Rank and duty position is attained in the Corps based on the number of years/length of time a cadet has been at Norwich and on a whole person evaluation of a cadet's academics. See Figure 4-1 below. Rank.
NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 24 .
Cadet officers and NCOs receive Leader Development Evaluations and Development Counseling's. Apply (January) using Duty Position Application Forms. Rooks are formally recognized by the Cadet Regimental Commander in a recognition ceremony conducted in the Spring. Corporal-Officer Duty Position Application Forms. Each junior. The application' is used by the cadet to indicate what position he/she would like to hold in the Fall of the next school year. a cadet has leadership experience in areas other than Corps positions that will qualify him for consideration by the Board. All sophomore cadets will be assigned the rank of Corporal or Sergeant. Commandant and/or President Review and Approval. The Cadet is asked to make two choices for duty position. Class Promotion Lists Prepared. Cadet Leader Development Evaluations and Developmental Counseling's. Rooks. 1st Class Cadets. Class System. 1. (March-April) e. Duty Position Application. 4-3. See Appendix A-C. no later than Junior Ring Weekend. 3rd Class Cadets. Incoming new recruits (includes transfer students) are called "Rooks" and remain rooks until they have completed Rook Orientation Week (ROW). All rook and/or freshman cadets are 4th class cadets. The application also asks several questions about the cadet's experience. leadership training. d. Deputy Commandant. (February-March) c. Corps Promotion Ceremony (April) 4-4. awards received and extracurricular activities. Rook Basic Training (RBT). 4-5. They are reviewed and used to evaluate their leadership potential for increased responsibility and rank during the promotion process either during the prescreen. a. Cadets remain privates throughout the remainder of their freshmen/1st year in the Corps of Cadets. Corps Duty Position Application and Promotion Steps. 2. See Figure 4-2 below. b. Privates. a. Recognized rooks are awarded the rank of private. sophomore and freshman cadet is sent a duty position application. Basic Leadership Training . c. and by the Commandant's Staff. (March) d. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 25 . 2nd Class Cadets. file review during the board. All senior cadets selected for leadership positions can be assigned the rank of Regimental Command Sergeant Major through Colonel. All junior cadets selected for leadership positions can be assigned the rank of Sergeant through Battalion Command Sergeant Major.4-2. b. Promotion Board Selections and Recommendations. 4th Class Cadets. and the Corporal Promotion Board process. Many times.
Figure 4-2 Norwich University Corps of Cadets Promotion System Chart NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 26 .
c. Example: GPA of 4. knowledge. The Promotion List is reviewed for replacements for those who drop off the list. Honor Code. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 27 . If a cadet in the top group has selected a position that does not require a board. senior cadet NCO's selected by the Regimental Command Sergeant Major and University staff and faculty. There is a separate one created for each class year. a. etc.0 academic' eligibility = 0 points. It is not unusual for several of the top cadets to decline a board. The files of the top three or four cadets are forwarded to the President. The list consists of cadet name. Selected cadets are notified that they need to make an appointment to appear before the Promotion Board. 1st and 2nd choice of duty position. or has not submitted a dream sheet. The leadership positions are then filled based on this final promotion list ranking. is worth a maximum of 100 points. It is possible for cadets to be removed from the Promotion List based on disciplinary status. promote and/or demote a cadet. b. The spreadsheet calculates the total points earned. PT Score. All cadet duty position application forms are returned to Cadet Records. Promotion and Demotion. and University staff and faculty. policies and other topics. The score sheets are tallied for each cadet and the average of these sheets becomes the cadet's board score. cadet evaluations. GPA. Each category is then assigned points (GPA. Promotion Board Selections a. Refer to Chapter Eight of the NUCC SOP for the administrative process and forms used to appoint. The NCO Promotion Board consists of staff from the Commandants Office. and determines the "order of merit" of each cadet.4-6. The President interviews these cadets and selects the Regimental Commander. 4-7. Cadet information from these applications and other information are entered and compiled on a spreadsheet that becomes the Promotion List. senior cadet officers selected by the Regimental Commander. and be promoted or demoted. ethical situations. Questions cover Rules and Regulations. Refer to the Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations to determine under what circumstances a cadet may be appointed to a duty position and rank. Cadets appear before the board and are evaluated on their appearance and professionalism. leadership traits. and previous duty performance score categories. Appointment. The Deputy Commandant and his staff review the Promotion List to determine which cadets participate in a promotion board process. etc. e. Creating the Promotion List. The top 50-60 cadets are screened for the promotion board. Each cadet is asked questions by the board members. Board members then grade each cadet on appearance. d. that cadet will not appear before the board. The Board reviews the cadet's 201 file for a complete picture of the cadet's contribution to the Corps and the University. The Deputy Commandant's staff selects: Regimental Executive Officer Regimental Command Sergeant Major Battalion Commander Battalion Executive Officer Battalion Command– Sergeant Major/ Inspector General Regimental Staff Majors Company Commander Company Executive Officer Company First Sergeant 2nd Platoon Leader 2nd Platoon Sergeant 2nd Platoon Squad Leaders/ Team Leaders 1St Platoon Leader 1St Platoon Sergeant 4-8.00 = 100 points GPA below 2. The board score is added to the cadet's Promotion List total and a new cadet ranking is calculated. PFT score. b. conduct. The Officer Promotion Board consists of staff from the Commandant's Office.
No cadet may wear rank without orders. Rank. Changes. No orders will be published unless there is an authorized position vacancy on the UMR. Prohibition. Cadets may be recommended for promotion or demotion within these positions using the NUCC Administrative Action Form in Chapter Eight of this NUCC SOP. 4-11. 4-10.4-9. which authorize cadets to wear rank and to act with the authority of a position. The UMR ensures that there is one position authorized for each cadet rank. Appendices: Appendix A (Corporal Duty Position Application) Appendix B (Sergeant Duty Position Application (to be published electronically) Appendix C (Officer Duty Position Application) (to be published electronically) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 28 . See Appendix A to Chapter 3 to NUCC SOP. 4-12. Authorization Document. It matches a name with a rank and a position and becomes the organization document for orders. Rank and positions that make up the regiment are determined by the Office of the Deputy Commandant with the publication of a Unit Manning Report (UMR). See the current version of the Corps Unit Manning Report (UMR) at Appendix A to Chapter 3 (Corps Organization) to NUCC SOP. Title and Positions in the NUCC.
APPENDIX A EXAMPLE: CORPORAL RANK APPLICATION (front) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 29 .
APPENDIX A EXAMPLE: CORPORAL RANK APPLICATION (back) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 30 .
ceremonies. academic classes. b. Staff sections are as follows: S1 Personnel and Administration (records. Cadets are required to maintain the proper number of clothing items to meet all uniform classifications as well as serviceability and personal hygiene. as well as the individual's personal appearance. Cadets are to refer to the Uniform Code Flags posted on pole adjacent to Dewey Hall for the UOD and special formations. All uniforms will be serviceable. e. There is no other outside area on campus. c. and pressed as necessary. on the Upper Parade Field (UP). do not protrude from uniform pockets or present a bulky appearance. accountability) S2 Supervision of discipline. code flags S3 Operations and Training (parades. Cadets may remove headgear when sitting in bleachers viewing outdoor events. d. Items such as keys and key chains will not be attached to belt loops or belts. final exams. Corps Standardization PAO Public Affairs Office SJA Honor g. General: The Norwich University Corps of Cadets is a disciplined organization which is judged in part by the manner in which cadets wear a prescribed uniform. pens. shirts. dining facility. Complaints. Uniforms will be properly fitted. etc. Pride in appearance includes a cadet's physical fitness. NU Cadets will ensure that wallets.. Cadets must take pride in their appearance in or out of uniform. It is a responsibility of commanders to ensure that cadets under their command present a neat and military appearance. Weapons S5 Intramurals and Student Activities IG Investigations. Norwich Cadets must project a military image that leaves no doubt that they live by a common Corps standard and are responsible to military order and discipline. NU Cadets will not chew gum or use tobacco products while in formation. academic buildings. a. that a cadet will not wear headgear unless directed for training purposes. Periodic clothing inspections will be held to ensure that all members of the NU Corps of Cadets have the required number of uniforms and that all uniforms are properly fitted and serviceable. combs. Cadets will wear the prescribed Uniform of the Day (UOD) to daily formations. or skirts will not fit tightly. Personal Appearance. checkbooks. awards. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 31 . Therefore. or items of uniform common to the Armed Forces. clean.CHAPTER 5 UNIFORMS AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE PART 1 Uniform Appearance and Fit 5-1. Trousers. paragraph 5-16 of this SOP. a neat and well-groomed appearance by all cadets is fundamental to the Corps and contributes to building pride and esprit essential to this organization. Cadets will not mix items of uniform peculiar to the Corps of Cadets with civilian clothing. unless specifically directed or authorized. between Reveille and Retreat on weekends and as prescribed by the Deputy Commandant and Regimental Commander. scheduling and conducting training) S4 Supply and Logistics Functions. h. headgear. f. guard functions. security. pants. on or off duty. All cadets will maintain high standard of dress and appearance. Clothing items that are acceptable to wear with civilian clothes are listed in chapter 5. keys.
There are no exceptions. bed. Note: Special Uniform Authorization Slips are not authorized to cadets due to the mere fact that they are ill or injured. The Special Uniform Authorization Slip. administrative buildings. but missing buttons or uniform parts must be replaced as soon as possible. When an item of uniform apparel has become worn beyond practical repair. Serviceability. Book Bags and Briefcases.9). if necessary.i. ONLY BRIEFCASE STYLE BOOKBAGS AND BRIEFCASES ARE AUTHORIZED TO CARRY IN UNIFORM. Small tailored repairs are acceptable. may be granted to cadets when their uniforms are being tailored. Wearing of any garment that contains alcohol or drug related logos or symbols. 5-4. pajamas. or the Mill. it must be replaced. (NUCC fm 8.9). classrooms. slogans or sayings that contain profane or vulgar language is prohibited on the Norwich campus. When civilian clothes are authorized. Dress and grooming standards promote decorum of a Norwich student as they prepare to enter their chosen profession. Cadets who cannot be in the prescribed UOD will report to their respective Assistant Commandant or the Senior Enlisted Advisor. must be in the possession of the cadet at all times during the duty day. d. Hats (to include visors. NU Cadets are responsible for having uniforms altered or. In rare cases. The proper wear of the uniform sets is described in this chapter. (NUCC fm 8. interning. The civilian dress code at Norwich University is established to promote the values and traditions upon which the University was founded. skull caps or any headgear not authorized by a medical physician) are not allowed in the administrative and academic buildings or in the Dining Facility at any time. will be granted based upon the cadet's reason for lacking the proper uniform or need to not wear the prescribed UOD. 5-2. b. bandanas. Special Uniform Authorization (NUCC fm 8. chair. Cadets that are granted Special Uniform Authorization slips due to injury are required to attend Special Status (SS) Formations. the following will apply: a. or official absences that preclude time to change. or for the workforce upon graduation. Bare feet are not allowed in any administrative or academic building.9). Second hand uniform items may be worn provided these items meet the prescribed uniform standards as established by the Cadet Uniform Store.9). for practice teaching. 5-3. sleepwear. and the Dining Facility. conducting clinicals. When not worn or being cleaned. Special Uniform Authorization Slips. etc. Dining Facility. for purchasing new ones as weight is gained or lost. c. e. Cadets are expected to wear casual business attire and appropriate shoes in all academic buildings. Briefcase style book bags may be carried while in uniform over the left shoulder leaving the right NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 32 . c. may be given for medical reasons. Cadet uniforms and articles of clothing will not be torn or mutilated and must be clean and free of nonprescribed markings. Assistant Commandants and the Senior Enlisted Advisor will decide if a Special Uniform Authorization Slip. Swimwear. b. Civilian Attire. other logos. uniform articles are to be hung on hangers and not tossed on the barracks floor. graduate school.9). NUCC fm 8. a Special Uniform Authorization (NUCC fm 8. 5-5. and PT clothing are not appropriate for wear in the Dining Facility or classrooms and are prohibited. a.
eccentric. horizontal line. Book bags and briefcases will be black or olive drab in color and may include service emblem. orange. a) The hair on top of the head must be neatly groomed. Females may wear NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 33 . The length and bulk of the hair may not be excessive or present a ragged. tints. trendy styles that result in shaved portions of the scalp (other than the neckline) or designs cut into the hair are prohibited. bright red. "The length of the beard will not exceed 1/4 inch. Hair. The block-cut fullness in the back is permitted to a moderate degree. cornrows. A tapered appearance is one where the outline of the cadet's hair conforms to the shape of the head. or trendy haircuts or hairstyles are unauthorized. as long as the tapered look is maintained. or dreadlocks (unkept. the base of the sideburn will be a clean-shaven. or touch the collar.arm and shoulder free to render the proper hand salute. and that the hair does not present a ragged. 2003) 5-6. ALL CADETS WILL COMPLY WITH THESE STANDARDS. Applied hair colors that are prohibited include. or "FU-Manchu" or handlebar mustaches. The hair must present a tapered appearance. except for the closely cut hair at the back of the neck. b) Extreme. not slanted or curved. that the length and bulk are not excessive. unkept. Males are not authorized to wear braids. (1) General. or extreme appearance. The part will be one straight line. blue. The requirements for hair grooming standards are necessary to maintain uniformity within the Corps population. purple. it will not fall over the ears or eyebrows. green. or extreme appearance. pink. matted. a. If appropriate medical authority prescribes beard growth. Cosmetics. For example. (3) Female haircuts will conform to the following standards. twisted. without distortion of the headgear. Therefore. they must choose those that result in natural hair color. When the hair is combed. Hair. c) Males will keep their face clean-shaven when in uniform or in civilian clothing on duty. If cadets use dye. but are not limited to. a) Females will ensure their hair is neatly groomed. as long as they are neat and conservative. Hair that is clipped closely or shaved to the scalp is authorized. PART 2. but they are not authorized to shape the growth into goatees. Cadets will not cut designs into the hair or scalp. Sideburns may not be flared. a) Hairstyles must allow headgear to fit snugly and comfortably. or bleaches. (2) Male haircuts will conform to the following standards. Therefore. unkept. Many hairstyles are acceptable. Hairstyles that do not allow cadets to wear headgear properly are prohibited. curving inward to the natural termination point at the base of the neck. All cadets will comply with these standards. the length required for medical treatment must be specified. cadets will avoid using colors that result in an extreme appearance. (Army Reg 670-1. individual parts of hair) while in uniform or in civilian clothes on duty. and fluorescent or neon colors. and fingernail standards and grooming policies. Colors that detract from a professional military appearance are prohibited. and will fall in the area where the cadet would normally part hair. Personal Inspections and Appearance. Likewise. Sideburns will not extend below the lowest part of the exterior ear opening. it is the responsibility of leaders at all levels to exercise good judgment in the enforcement of this SOP. b) Males will keep sideburns neatly trimmed." Cadets will keep the growth trimmed to the level specified by appropriate medical authority. (c) Cadets who have a texture of hair that does not part naturally may cut a part into the hair.
Devices that are conspicuous. c. combs. khaki. or that are extreme. the hair will not extend below the bottom edge of the front of the headgear. or trendy cosmetic styles and colors. is authorized as long as the makeup conforms to the standard outlined above. All personnel will keep fingernails clean and neatly trimmed. the braids and cornrows lie snugly on the head. or decorative are prohibited. d) Hair holding devices are authorized only for the purpose of securing hair. sparkles. This includes styles worn with the physical fitness uniform. (4) Females will comply with the cosmetics policy while in uniform or while in civilian clothes on duty. plain scrunchies. b) Styles that are lopsided or distinctly unbalanced are prohibited. pins. (1) General. Extensions. Eccentric. Hygiene and body grooming. flowers. wigs. and bows made from hairpieces. hairpieces. Dreadlocks (unkept. or weaves must comply with the grooming standards already stated. gems. any wigs. rubber bands. to include finger nail polish. Female cadets will not apply designs to nails or apply two-tone or multi-tone colors to nails. barrettes. but are not limited to. c) Females will ensure that hairstyles do not interfere with proper wear of headgear. Males are prohibited from wearing cosmetics. camouflage colors and fluorescent colors. but are not limited to. clips. b. will be neatly and inconspicuously fastened or pinned. to include makeup designed to cover up tattoos. extensions. or scalloped edges. that detract from the uniform. blue. When headgear is worn. or braids that are secured to the head (allowing hair to hang freely). Females will trim nails shorter if the commander determines that the longer length detracts from the military image. to include braids.braids and cornrows as long as the braided style is conservative. or claw clips. exaggerated. excessive. provided they are applied conservatively and in good taste and compliment the uniform. and hairpieces are authorized: however. Authorized devices include small. Males will keep nails trimmed so as not to extend beyond the fingertips. Cosmetics. large. Long hair that falls naturally below the bottom of the collar. Examples of extreme colors are. (3) Females will not wear shades of lipstick and nail polish that distinctly contrast with their complexion. and hair bands. pigtails. are inappropriate with the uniform and are prohibited. d. so no freehanging hair is visible. these additions must have the same general appearance as the individual's natural hair. Ponytails. lacy scrunchies. Leaders at all levels must exercise good judgment in enforcement of this standard. Hair will not fall over the eyebrows or extend below the bottom edge of the collar at any time during normal activity or when standing in formation. clips. pins. (2) Females may wear cosmetics if they are conservative and compliment the uniform and their complexion. Females will not exceed a nail length of inch. gold. black. Female cadets will not place hair-holding devices in the hair for decorative purposes. bows. weaves. nor will it extend below the bottom edge of the collar. All hair holding devices must be plain and of a color as close to the cadet's hair color as possible or clear. white. the requirement for standards regarding cosmetics is necessary to maintain uniformity and to avoid an extreme or unmilitary appearance. matted individual parts of hair) are prohibited in uniform or civilian clothes on duty. beads. widely spaced • individual hanging locks. Females are authorized to wear cosmetics with all uniforms. As with hairstyles. Fingernails. Cadets will maintain good personal hygiene and grooming on a daily basis and NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 34 . such as eyebrow or eyeliner. Additionally. purple. as measured from the tip of the finger. or barrettes with butterflies. Prohibited devices include. twisted. Permanent makeup. and other extreme styles that protrude from the head are prohibited. bright red.
faddish trendy devices medallions. or post-type earrings. Cadets may only wear one item on each wrist. yellow. d. the earrings will fit snugly against the ear. Wear of eyeglasses and sunglasses. bands. designs. Sunglasses. b. (1) Conservative prescription eyeglasses are authorized to wear with all cadet uniforms. 5-8 Wear of Eyeglasses. etc. c. necklaces (other than conservative religious symbols). The only exception is for female cadets as indicated in the paragraph below. and a total of 2 rings in any cadet uniform. are strictly prohibited. articles. silver. Lens colors must be traditional gray. except when in formation and while indoors. Eyeglass restraints are authorized only when required for safety NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 35 . jewelry. or in civilian clothes off duty. and pens and pencils. Ankle Bracelets. or in civilian clothes while on duty. NOTE: This includes nipple. Eyeglasses and sunglasses that are trendy. or other adornments are not authorized for wear. and Contact Lenses. ear. The only authorized exceptions are religious items worn on a conservative chain around the neck and a conservative tie tack worn with the black four-in-hand necktie. e. a. which include but are not limited to. amulets. except when health or safety considerations apply. and Class B Winter/Summer uniforms. with only one earring per ear lobe. and they must be unadorned and spherical. or ribbons to eyeglasses. or orange. affix. this includes watch chains. (3) Restrictions on eyeglasses and sunglasses. (1) Earrings may be screw-on. other than described in the paragraph above. Females may wear earrings only as a matched pair. No jewelry. Cadets may wear a wristwatch. will appear exposed while wearing any uniform. or ornamentation to or through the skin while they are in uniform. Individuals who are required by medical authority to wear sunglasses for medical reasons other than refractive error may wear them. in civilian clothes on duty. When on campus or other places on official duty. or diamond.wear the uniform so as not to detract from their overall military appearance. and personal talismans or icons are not authorized for wear in any cadet uniform. (3) When on duty in civilian attire. strings. Cadets will not attach chains. When females are off duty. there are no restrictions on the wear of earrings. Females are authorized to wear prescribed earrings with the Class A Blue Coatee. Body piercing. Any jewelry cadets wear must be conservative and in good taste. The earrings will not exceed 6mm or inch in diameter. or NU physical fitness uniform. belly button. 5-7 Wear of Jewelry. Cadets may not wear lenses with extreme or trendy colors. a. red. cadets (males included) may not attach. clip-on. or have lenses or frames with initials. or display objects. purple. white pearl. (2) Conservative prescription and nonprescription sunglasses are authorized for wear when in a garrison environment. in gold. bright green. a wrist medical alert identification bracelet. blue. and tongue rings. female cadets must comply with the standards stated above when wearing earrings. Identification bracelets are limited to medical alert bracelets and MIA/POW identification bracelets. Bracelets made of parachute cord. or dark green shades. brown. or similar items. (2) Females are not authorized to wear earrings with any Class C (BDU). When worn. rubber bands. Class A Gray Tunic.
Class A Dress Blue Uniform (Coatee with the only authorized items. Honor Committee Parade and other formal occasions. Dress Blue Uniform. How worn: The coatee will remain buttoned to the collar and fastened at all times. (Fig. Formal. Appropriate class buttons and rank will be sewn on both arms. and Junior cadets will wear three buttons on both sleeves. Freshmen cadets will wear one button on both sleeves. c. Figure 5-1. b. When white trousers are worn. Cadets will not hang eyeglasses/sunglasses on the uniform. Special Unit Insignia.purposes. Armor. White gloves may be worn with this uniform. The coatee is also worn for formal parades such as Veteran's Day. and may not let eyeglass/sunglass restraints down the front of the uniform. Black socks are worn with white trousers. b. rank. When worn: The Dress Blue formal uniform is the most formal uniform worn at formal balls and ceremonies such as the Regimental Ball. White undergarments will be worn. PART 3 NUCC Uniform Classes and Wear Policy. weddings. MCW. and females may wear the white skirt. The buttons will have a high luster. Additionally. Insignia: Cadets may only wear the following non-subdued insignia on the specified sleeve. Members of the Color Guard earning the embroidered Gold Star may position the stars on the elbows of the coatee. Drill Team. etc. The only exception is for opaque lenses that are prescribed medically for eye injuries. Cadets of the Norwich Independent Battery. Drill Tm Elbow Stars) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 36 . Band. Honor Committee Star. 5-9. clear lenses that have designs on them that change the contour of the iris are not authorized for wear with the uniform or in civilian clothes on duty. Class A. Trustees Dinners. the suspenders will be worn. on the right sleeve 5 inches above the class buttons. Cadets on the Honor Committee may wear the Honor Committee Star (gold/silver). Male and female cadets are authorized to wear white trousers. buttons. Restrictions on Contact Lenses. CAV. and the Chaplains Assistant are allowed to wear their insignia 1 inch above the class buttons on the left sleeve. Tinted or colored contact lenses are not authorized for wear with the uniform. 5-1) a. d. Sophomore cadets will wear two buttons on both sleeves. Senior cadets will wear three buttons on both sleeves and one button on both sides of the collar. AWARDS AND DECORATIONS OR SPECIAL SKILLS BADGES ARE NOT TO BE WORN ON THE CLASS A BLUE COATEE UNIFORM.
la Class A Dress Blue Uniform with Regalia and Shako Cadet Commander with Regalia Cadet Sr NCO with Regalia NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 37 .Figure 5.
Figure 5-1b Class A Dress Blue Uniform with Regalia and White Service Cover Cadet Commander with Regalia Cadet Senior NCO with Regalia NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 38 .
guest speakers. The NU insignia are worn on both sides of the collar toward the front in the designated holes. and the Chaplains Assistant are allowed to wear their Special Unit Insignia 1 inch above the class stripes on the left sleeve. MCW. Cadets are responsible to alter. ONLY WORN ON THE SLEEVES. collar brass consists of the Crossed Sabers worn on the left collar. NU and Crossed Sabers insignia. rank. b. CAV. Special Unit Insignia) Seniors may wear Military Branch Insignia after Branching NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 39 . Class A. Cross Sabers are worn on both side of the collar in the designated holes. Collar brass will be worn. Honor Committee Star. When seated cadets may unzip the bottom of the tunic no more than four inches. Dress Gray Tunic. c. (Fig. 5-2) a. When worn: The Dress Gray Tunic uniform is worn for informal parades. The Dress Gray Tunic will remain zipped to the collar and collar fastened at all times. Armor. Figure 5-2 Class A Gray Tunic Uniform (Tunic with the only authorized items. and the NU insignia on the right side of the collar. Appropriate class stripes and rank will be sewn on. special events. Cadets still possessing the older style tunic. Cadets on the Honor Committee may wear the Honor Committee Star (gold/silver) 5 inches above the class stripes on the right sleeve. The Gold Star will be worn by Seniors of the Corps Honor Committee. conferences.5-10. Drill Team. How worn:. Collar brass consists of the "Crossed Sabers" and the "NU" insignia. and when cadets are representing the University off campus. and the Silver Stars by Junior and Sophomore Honor Committee members. class stripes. AWARDS AND DECORATIONS OR SPECIAL SKILLS BADGES ARE NOT TO BE WORN ON THE CLASS A BLUE COATEE. Cadets of the Norwich Independent Battery. Cadets may only wear the following non-subdued insignia on the specified sleeve above the class stripes on the Dress Gray Tunic. Band. or purchase new uniform articles as necessary.
Class A Tunic Uniform Class A Tunic (Older Style) Collar Brass Class A Tunic (New Style) Collar Brass NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 40 .Figure 5-3.
and sleeves of shirts and blouses creased. Cadets may wear insignia. How worn: Shirt sleeves will be worn down with buttons fastened. The uniform will be pressed with trousers. 5-4) a. Figure 5-4 Class B Summer Uniforms (Minimum Uniform) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 41 . Class B Summer Uniform. slacks. unless directed otherwise for uniformity of appearance.5-11. b. lectures. awards and decorations if desired. daily formations. When worn: The Summer Class B uniform is worn daily during the early fall and late spring for classes. and general areas off campus in the local community. (Fig. informal dinners.
Straight lines are worn under the epaulette and routed to the outside of the arm.' inch above any unit award UNIT AWARDS are placed centered and 1/8 inch above the pocket SPACING REMAINS THE SAME NO MATTER WHAT YOU WEAR. Placed 1/8 inch above pocket seam. Knights of Columbus. SPECIAL SKILLS BADGES (AIRBORNE WINGS. or any other items not affiliated with Norwich University are strictly prohibited. ONLY MILITARY SERVICE. INDIVIDUAL RIBBONS-worn in rows of three. ROTC AWARDS ARE AUTHORIZED. DRILL TM CORD. BAND. Mason. RAMS HEAD. etc) placed centered. The hanging brass piece is routed through the bottom loop closest to the heart and hangs free. (Refer to Chapter 6) TOP TO BOTTOM--LEFT SIDE as seen SHOULDER MARK worn on epaulette ACADEMIC AWARDS (SILVER/GOLD STAR) placed centered' inch above any organization badge SPECIQAL UNIT (ARTY.4 inch above ribbons. CAV. NUCC Corps of Cadets and Norwich University Academic Society. SOLO WINGS. THEN SPECIAL UN T/ACADEMIC MAJOR INSIGNIA IS 1/8 INCH ABOVE POCKET SEAM. USMC Globe and Anchor. Braided portion is routed under the epaulette and under the arm. etc) worn centered 1. CAP. Nursing. ARMOR) or ACADEMIC MAJOR INSIGNIA (ENG. Class B Summer Shirt ONLY AUTHORIZED AWARDS AND DECORATIONS ARE ALLOWED TO WEAR ON ANY NUCC UNIFORM.Figure 5-5. Top row is centered on row beneath. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 42 . MARKSMANSHIP BADGES-worn centered 1/8 inch below pocket seam. BAND CORD. SCUBA. JROTC. Attached to epaulette button. Scouting. IF NO SPECIAL UNIT/ACADEMIC MAJOR INSIGNIA THEN ACADEMIC AWARD IS 1/8 INCH ABOVE POCKET SEAM NAME PLATE is worn centered on the pocket and centered between the top of the button and the top pocket seam Honor Committee Star TOP TO BOTTOM—RIGHT SIDE as seen SHOULDER MARK worn on epaulette ROTC CONTRACT CORD. DRILL. AIR ASSAULT WINGS. IF NO UNIT AWARD. Rugadillos.
awards and decorations if desired. Cadets may wear insignia. b. The uniform will be pressed with trousers. Class B Winter Uniform. with the sleeves worn down and buttoned. How worn: The four-in-hand necktie or neck tabs are required when wearing the long sleeve shirt. daily formations. and general areas off campus in the local community. lectures. Cadets may tuck their tie into the front of their shirt while dining or in a lab environment. and sleeves of shirts and blouses creased. A conservative tie clasp or tie tack is authorized. 5-6) a. informal dinners. (see Fig.5-12. unless directed otherwise for uniformity of appearance. slacks. Figure 5-6 Class B Winter Uniforms Class B Winter Uniform-Male Class B Winter Uniform-Female NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 43 . When worn: The Winter B uniform is worn daily during the late fall and early spring for classes. All buttons on the shirt will remain buttoned.
Figure 5-7. Braided portion is routed under the epaulette and under the arm. SPECIAL SKILLS BADGES (AIRBORNE WINGS. SCUBA. Top row is centered on row beneath. JROTC. DRILL. or any other items not affiliated with Norwich University are strictly prohibited. Class B Winter Uniform with awards and decorations ONLY AUTHORIZED AWARDS AND DECORATIONS ARE ALLOWED TO WEAR ON ANY NUCC UNIFORM. MARKSMANSHIP BADGES-worn centered 1/8 inch below pocket seam. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 44 . The hanging brass piece is routed through the bottom loop closest to the heart and hangs free. DRILL TM CORD. CAP. Straight lines are worn under the epaulette and routed to the outside of the arm. Rugadillos. IF NO UNIT AWARD. CAV. Nursing. Scouting. RAMS HEAD. etc) placed centered. (Refer to Chapter 6) TOP TO BOTTOM--LEFT SIDE as seen SHOULDER MARK worn on epaulette ACADEMIC AWARDS (SILVER/GOLD STAR) placed centered %. ARMOR) or ACADEMIC MAJOR INSIGNIA (ENG. Mason. inch above any organization badge SPECIAL UNIT (NIB. etc) worn centered'/4 inch above ribbons. Placed 1/8 inch above pocket seam. BAND CORD. BAND. ROTC AWARDS ARE AUTHORIZED. AIR ASSAULT WINGS. USMC Globe and Anchor. THEN SPECIAL UNIT/ACADEMIC MAJOR INSIGNIA IS 1/8 INCH ABOVE POCKET SEAM. SOLO WINGS. IF NO SPECIAL UNIT/ACADEMIC MAJOR INSIGNIA THEN ACADEMIC AWARD IS 1/8 INCH ABOVE POCKET SEAM NAME PLATE is worn centered on the pocket and centered between the top of the button and the top pocket seam Honor Committee Star TOP TO BOTTOM—RIGHT SIDE as seen SHOULDER MARK worn on epaulette ROTC CONTRACT CORD.'/a inch above any unit award UNIT AWARDS are placed centered and 1/8 inch above the pocket SPACING REMAINS THE SAME NO MATTER WHAT YOU WEAR. NUCC Corps of Cadets and Norwich University Academic Society. INDIVIDUAL RIBBONS-worn in rows of three. Knights of Columbus. Attached to epaulette button. ONLY MILITARY SERVICE.
Officer with Regalia Class B (Winter). all cadets may be required to wear all of their awards and decorations by the chain of command. Class B Uniform (Winter) with Regalia Depending upon the occasion.Figure 5-8. Sr. NCO with Regalia NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 45 . Class B (Winter).
The brown undershirt. but is prohibited at establishments whose primary business is the sale of alcohol. A tight fit reduces airflow needed for ventilation and cooling. A commander may require uniforms to be pressed for those occasions when appearance must be especially sharp such as inspections or other ceremonial occasions. 1/8 inch above the left breast pocket. the sleeves will be worn down completely. The coat will not extend below the top of the cargo pocket on the trousers and will not be higher than the bottom of the side pocket on the trousers. b. Training in hot weather may require the BDU coat to be removed and/or trousers unbloused. ironed and creased. How worn: The BDU is designed to be loose fitting. and brown wool sweater are the only authorized items worn with the BDU unless specified by the Regimental Commander or the Commandant's Office. The BDU coat may not be removed outside of the barracks except for training or work detail purposes. brown "poly pro" long underwear. or tucked neatly into the tops of the boot. or for any commercial travel. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 46 .5-13. c. and buttoned at the wrist. During the warmer fall and late spring season. During such times. Class C Battle Dress Uniform (BDU). The BDU is authorized off campus. Cadets may wear their subdued military qualification badges centered. This decision will be based upon weather conditions. Trouser legs will not be wrapped around the leg so tight as to present a pegged appearance. 5-9) a. d. (see Fig. the sleeves will be rolled neatly above the elbow but no more than 3 inches above the elbow. commanders may require all personnel to wear sleeves rolled up or down for uniformity. During the colder winter season. When worn: The Class C BDU is worn during training in the field or garrison environment and work/cleaning details. The coat will be worn outside of the trousers and the trousers will be worn with the issued web belt and subdued buckle. the camouflage pattern will remain exposed. ROTC cadets may wear the training/utility uniform of their service branch as prescribed by the particular service regulations only on Tuesday's Military Leadership Labs and when conducting training under the supervision of that ROTC department. The trousers will be worn bloused using the drawstrings or blousing bands. When sleeves are worn rolled up. e.
the top badge is worn 1/4 inch above the lower badge.Battle Dress Uniform (BDU) The BDU cap will have non-subdued rank affixed to it. Non-subdued Special Unit insignia is authorized for wear 1/8 inch above the nametape. Class C Battle Dress Uniform BDU NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 47 . The boots will be brush shined at a minimum. 1/2 inch above the brim. Special Skills Qualification badges are to be worn centered. The Class C BDU will be neat and pressed. 1/8 inch above the Norwich tape. The BDU cap cannot be placed in a cargo pocket. centered on the front. Do not mix sew-on Special Skill badges with pin-on Special Skill badges.Figure 5-9 Class C . If two badges are worn. Non-subdued rank is worn on the collar.
The sweat pant leg will be worn no higher than on/near the ankle. 5-10) a. The shirt will be tucked into the shorts and sleeves may not be rolled or pushed up. etc. Figure 5-10 Class D NU Physical Fitness Uniforms NUPFT NUPFT Gray Sweat Suit NUPFT Running Suit NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 48 . The length of the spandex shorts must end above the bottom of the maroon PT shorts. When worn: The Norwich Physical Fitness Uniform is worn during physical fitness training. long underwear and other items appropriate for weather conditions are authorized. black knit cap. How worn: Commercial running shoes. Cadets may wear black spandex shorts or equivalent. d. to remove PT jackets or sweat shirts. b. to be worn under the maroon PT shorts. intramural activities. Commercial spandex shorts must not bear obtrusive markings or patterns. Long underwear and similar items must be concealed from view. white socks (no stripes or logos). Class D Physical Fitness Uniform. black knit cap. commanders may require all personnel to wear black gloves.5-14. c. (see Fig. black gloves. and participation in sporting events. For uniformity in appearance.
Boots made of patent leather are not authorized. The boots will be diagonally laced with black laces. free from dirt and at a minimum brush shined. Belt. Cap.. When not worn. all. Zipper inserts are not authorized. Cadet officers will wear a gold band while all other cadets will wear a black band. Senior Class: (Optional purchase) The leather belt. The cap will be worn straight on the head or slightly slanted covering part. leather and buckle. f. standard.PART 4 Uniform Accessories 5-15 Uniform Accessories. The cap may be placed long end facing down. The shape of the service cap will not be altered in any manner. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 49 . The crown of the cap will not be crushed or shaped to form peaks at the top front or top rear of the cap. they will not be wrapped around the leg so tight as to present a pegged appearance. but not exposing any hair bangs. Metal cleats and side taps are not authorized. gray and white service: The service cap will be worn straight on the head so that the braid hat band on the service cap creates a straight line around the head parallel to the ground. but in no case will the side of the cap rest on the top of the ear. leather. The belt with the brass tip may only be worn with the Class A Tunic or the Class B uniforms. the plain end (no tip) of the belt may extend beyond the keeper portion of the inside as long as it is not visible when worn. in a straight line with the nose. NOTE: ALL BOOTS MUST BE BRUSH SHINED AT A MINIMUM. i. With both belts. with the excess lace tucked into the top of the boot under the bloused trousers or slacks or wrapped around the top of the boot. shako. e. black w/ plume or pom pom: Cadets who are members of the Regimental Band and Regimental Drill Team are authorized to wear the shako cap while in the Class A Dress Blue uniform on special ceremonial occasions. All optional boots must conform to the same standards of appearance. h. g. Wear of the black knit cap with any other uniform will be made by the Regimental Commander based upon the existing weather conditions. When trousers are bloused or tucked into the boot. the tip will pass through the buckle and will not extend more than two inches beyond the edge of the buckle. a. with "Norwich" belt buckle may be worn by Seniors only with the Class B uniform.e. d. waist and buckle: The belt with the black tip may only be worn with the black buckle while wearing the Class C BDU. c. under the belt in the right front portion of the hip. Boots must be black with a plain or capped toe. When the belt is worn with the brass buckle. Cap. Cap. THIS INCLUDES FIELD BOOTS. Optional boots: As an option. Cap. The cap may be tilted slightly to the right. the cap will not be stuffed in pockets that will expose any part of the cap. All accessories worn with or on cadet uniforms will conform to the type. The cap will be placed on the top edge of the crown for unbroken lines in silhouette. black: Prescribed issue boot. Cadet officers may wear the gray garrison cap with cord edge braid of gold bullion or synthetic metallic gold yarn with black rayon intertwined. When the belt is worn with the open-faced buckle. All black insulated military style boots are authorized. web. black knit: The issued black knit cap may be worn with the Class C BDU or Class "D" uniform. (OD green parachute cord used for boot laces is prohibited). When worn. garrison: The garrison cap will be worn with the front vertical crease of the cap centered on the forehead. boots of similar commercial design are authorized. the tipped end will pass through the buckle so that the fabric portion of the belt will not be seen. or none of the ears. Belt. combat. and design prescribed by the Commandant. The top of the cap will not present a drooped back or puffed appearance. above the eyebrows. Boots. The plume is worm by commanders: all others cadets wear the pom pom. it is pulled down over the top of the head with a 1 to 2 inch rim folded back to the outside of the cap. Hair will not be visible below the front brim of the hat and there should be 1/2 inch to 1-inch distance between the eyebrow and the brim of the hat. b.
n. A Special Unit Shoulder Patch may be sewn ½ inch down on the right shoulder. k. Cadet officers and noncommissioned officers will wear non-subdued insignia of grade. 5-12): The summer cadet jacket is authorized for wear by all personnel with the Class B uniform. black. j. Cap. Cadets who have completed the specific training for Band. centered so that when worn it will mirror the nameplate worn on the uniform shirt. The inserts will not be worn without the leather shell gloves. cadet. Drill Team m. Armor. Drill Team (Fig. The summer cadet jacket may not be worn with civilian clothes. or the Drill Team may substitute their insignia for the insignia of grade. MCW. The Norwich Cover Device is centered above the left eye. Jacket. The sweat band will not be lower in the back than it is in the front. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 50 . Figure 5-11 Beret. NIB. The sweat band is horizontal to the ground when the head is held level. The cap will be worn so that no hair will be visible on the forehead. The jacket will be worn zipped to the top. Rescue Team: (Optional purchase) Cadets assigned to the Mountain Cold Weather or Rescue Teams are authorized to wear the black cap. summer (Fig. and when performing in a field training environment directly related to training for MCW. 1.i. cloth. leather shell (male and female): These gloves may be worn with or without cold weather outer garments. Mountain Cold Weather. CAV. Gloves. Beret. BDU: The BDU cap will be worn straight on the head so that the cap band creates a straight line around the head parallel to the ground. Appropriate rank will be worn on the collar. 5-11): Cadets assigned to the Drill Team are authorized to wear the maroon beret only during competitions and exhibitions. The earflaps may be worn at the discretion of the individual during cold weather except when in formation. The rim band of the beret is worn 1 inch above the eyebrow and horizontal around the head. Cap. with visor with the Class C BDU when traveling to and from training. The nametag will be positioned on the right front. maroon. The Norwich Regimental Shoulder Patch will be sewn ½ inch down from the shoulder seam on the left shoulder. The Norwich Cover Device is the only item affixed to the maroon beret. cap rain: The cover is a plastic cover that completely covers the crown and visor of the service cap. Cover. Maroon. black (with inserts).
NIB. LEFT SIDE as worn Collar with appropriate rank Special Unit Shoulder Patch: BAND. RIGHT SIDE as worn Collar with appropriate rank Norwich Shoulder Patch NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 51 . MCW. ARMOR Nameplate: placed to mirror Class B shirt nameplate TOP TO BOTTON. Summer (New Style) (This article of clothing is used as an insert to the Black Gortex Jacket. DRILL TEAM.) TOP TO BOTTOM. Cadet. CAV. take special care if deciding to sew on patches and emplace pins. it is water repellant.Figure 5-12 Jacket.
and C BDU. Jacket. B. Appropriate rank will be affixed to the rank tab on the center front of the jacket. Black: The Black Gortex Jacket is an issued item of clothing. The Gortex jacket may be worn with the Class C BDU. field. The Black Gortex Jacket may be worn with the Class A. Gortex. p. Jacket. The name tape is sewn to the pocket flap on the upper left sleeve. Appropriate rank will be affixed to the rank tab on the center front of the jacket. wet weather. The Gortex jacket will be worn zipped to at least the top of the second button from the top of the shirt. Figure 5-13 Gortex Jackets Camouflage Gortex Jacket Black Gortex Jacket NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 52 . The name tape is sewn to the pocket flap on the upper left sleeve. Gortex : The Gortex jacket is an issued item of clothing starting in SY 2005-2006. The Black Gortex Jacket will be worn zipped to at least the top of the second button from the top of the shirt.o. The new Cadet Summer Jacket may be worn underneath as additional protection from cold.
female: The shoes will be made of leather or patent leather (corfram) dress tie oxford with at least three eyelets. The heel may be from a minimum of Y2 inch to maximum of 3 inches. The tie may be worn in a Windsor or half-Windsor knot. They will be worn NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 53 . The pumps will be untrimmed. v. black. black service: The black four-in-hand tie will be worn with the Class B Winter Uniform. Scarf.p. Robe. Necktie. Non-brown undershirts worn with training/utility uniforms of the Marine Corps or Air Force branches. fine grain or patent leather is authorized. NU: The robe is worn in the barracks when cadets or rooks are undressed. and optional Gortex jacket. The shoes will have a non-contrasting sole and normal standard heel. such as olive drab green or black. Neck tabs. and of commercial design. pumps. sheer: Stockings worn by female cadets must be sheer or semi-sheer. When worn. service. camouflage field jacket. 2) Socks. without seams. Leather. male: The shoes will be made of leather or patent leather (corfram) and similar to commercial design dress tie oxford. and heels no higher than two inches. Umbrellas: Umbrellas are not authorized while in uniform. w. nylon: Black socks will be worn with black oxford shoes. Excess scarf material should not be exposed. (4) Undershirt. The scarf is not worn without an outer garment. Socks: 1) Socks. either brief or boxer style. and tones complementary to the uniform. crew neck undershirt will be worn by all personnel with the Class C BDU. 3) Socks. oxford. Undergarments: (1) Brassieres and panties (female): Will be a color that cannot be seen through the uniform and must be worn by female personnel with all uniforms. with no stripes or commercial logos will be worn with the Norwich Physical Fitness uniform. the knot is pulled snug to the collar. closed toe and heel. (3) Slips: Will be white or neutral and worn by female personnel with the blue or white skirt. and crossed left over right at the neck. plain white: Undershirts will be short sleeve. lengthwise. black (optional): The scarf is authorized for wear by all personnel with the black winter jacket. The sole thickness will not exceed %2 inch. Shoes: 1) Shoes. At a minimum a cadet must have a T-shirt and pair of shorts and shower shoes when in the hallways or be covered by a robe and wearing shower shoes. The scarf will be worn folded in half. ankle high. black. The tie will be tied so it is not shorter than 1 inch above the top of the belt buckle nor extend past the bottom of the belt buckle. Brown: The brown. x. y. oxford. are not authorized with the Norwich BDUs. will be worn with all uniforms by male personnel. t. Cadets will refrain from disrobing and walking around in underclothes or wrapped simply in a towel. (4) Stockings. black. (2) Drawers (male): Drawers. white: Plain white socks. u. four in hand. The heel and sole will be of non-contrasting color. black: Female cadets wear the black neck tab with the Class B Winter Uniform. maroon. crew neck and plain white. 2) Shoes. female: The black service pumps are authorized for wear by all female cadets with the service and dress uniforms. olive drab green or black cushion sole: The olive drab green or black socks are to be worn by all personnel when wearing combat boots. Note: As an option. Shoes of suede material are not authorized. Gray undershirts are not authorized with the Class B or C Uniforms. (5) Undershirts. q. Use of a conservative tie tack or tie clasp is authorized. 3) Shoes. The ends will be tucked neatly into the neckline of the outer garments. plain commercial black or cotton and nylon socks may be worn with the black oxford shoe when wearing slacks.
black Combat boots Gloves. The nameplate will be worn centered %2 inch above the bottom of the batch.by all personnel with the Class B Uniform. The sweater may be worn without insignia with civilian clothes. top to bottom above the nameplate. Sweater. and Regimental Crest will be centered from left to right. male and female (Fig. black NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 54 . designs or graphics are not authorized. white Tie. The pullover sweater may also be worn under the black winter jacket and summer cadet jacket. The sleeves of the sweater will not be worn rolled or pushed above the wrist. Figure 5-14 Black Pullover Sweater 5-16 Uniform issue and civilian attire. NU Sweater. All cadets will display shoulder marks indicating appropriate insignia of rank. brown and black Scarf Sweatshirt. The short sleeve shirt collar will be worn outside the sweater. T-shirts with writing. The thermal underwear will not be exposed when worn with a uniform. maroon. black. it must not show below the jacket. leather Camouflage Gortex Jacket Physical Fitness Uniforms Robe. white Cap. When worn underneath the summer cadet jacket. z. PT Trousers/Slacks/Skirt. pullover. 5-14): (Optional purchase) The sweater is authorized for optional wear with the Class B Uniform. black knit Shoes. (6) Thermal underwear: Thermal underwear may be worn with any winter-class uniform. black. The following clothing issued items may be worn with civilian attire providing all rank and insignia are removed: Blouses/shirts.
or nick name. Under no circumstances will a cadet/rook wear the nameplate bearing another cadet/rooks name. a cadet will purchase a replacement nameplate as soon as possible. even and level with the Norwich insignia. Nameplates: 1) Upper class cadets: Upper class cadets will wear black nameplates at all times on the summer cadet jacket. on the Class A Gray Tunic. and black sweater. d. Norwich Shoulder Patch: The Norwich shoulder patch will be worn centered on the left sleeve of the Class B winter shirts and summer cadet jacket one-half inch below the shoulder seam. Class striped: Class stripes will be worn on the Class A Gray Tunic (lower sleeve) as follows: Freshmen – One Sophomore – Two Junior – Three Senior – Four c. f.5-17 Insignia. 4) Broken nameplates: Cadets must have in their possession two serviceable nameplates. USMC cadets contracted and branched may wear the Globe and Anchor. and on the right side of the physical training sweat shirt. If necessary. Class B shirts. Cloth shoulder marks: Cadets will wear the appropriate shoulder marks of assigned position and class year on the epaulettes of the Class B shirt. Chevrons of rank. The NU insignia will be positioned where the bottom of the letters are parallel with the bottom of the collar. All insignia and accessories worn on cadet uniforms will conform to the type. cloth: Chevrons of rank will be worn on the Class A Coatee and Gray Tunic uniforms centered between the elbow and shoulder seams. In addition. Freshmen will center the white nameplate over the subdued nametapes of the Class C BDU. standard and design prescribed by the Commandant. the nameplate when pinned will mirror the nameplate on the Class B shirt that is worn. If a nameplate breaks. Class B shirts. Cadets are advised to have extra nameplates made in the event one or more break. (only worn on the right collar of the older style Class A Gray Tunic). The subdued patch will be worn centered on the left sleeve of the Norwich BDU and camouflage field jacket. the white nameplate will be pinned over the subdued nametape on the Class C BDU. b. On the summer cadet jacket and the physical training sweatshirt. and black sweater. 2) Freshmen Rook cadets: Freshmen Rooks will wear white nameplates at all times on the summer cadet jacket. Insignia of branch: 1) Crossed Sabers: All cadets will wear non-subdued crossed sabers on the right and left collar of the Class A Gray Tunic. (only worn on the left collar of the older style Class A Gray Tunic). Crossed sabers will be positioned so that the bottom of the crossed sabers are parallel with the bottom of the collar. false name. 2) U. 3) How worn: The nameplate will be worn on the flap of the right breast pocket. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 55 . centered between the top of the button and the top of the pocket seam of the white and gray Class B shirts. NU insignia: All cadets will wear non-subdued NU insignia on the right and left collar of the Class A Gray Tunic. summer cadet jacket. g. a. in lieu of the crossed sabers. e.S. cadets will have in their possession a copy of the order form showing their replacement nameplate is on order. Army Branch Insignia: Senior ROTC cadets contracted and branched for commission in the US Army may wear the non-subdued branch insignia. The cadet may be required to produce the form when asked. and pullover sweater.
and Armor. and first sergeants. Priority of belt issue will be regimental commander. top to bottom. Cavalry Troop. maroon. (2) Garrison cap. reviews and special ceremonies. Sabers/swords will be worn with appropriate belt. Swords and Sabers (regalia): Cadet officers. and functions. gray. both will extend to the edge of the pocket flaps. The subdued nametape will be sewn centered. frog and chain on the left hip. MCW. Artillery. Subdued name tapes will also be worn on the Norwich PT hooded sweatshirt and sweatpants. The belt will cross the front and the back. Mountain Cold Weather. b) The Norwich Cover Device is worn centered above the left eye as worn. The `Norwich' tape with the nametape. regimental staff. (5) Beret. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 56 . Command Sergeants Majors and First Sergeants will wear a saber or sword in lieu of the M14 rifle during parades. white and gray. Drill Team. Drill Team. The Black cap is worn while moving to and from training and while conducting MCW training. 2) How worn: The personal nametape and the `Norwich' tape will be worn on The Class C BDU above and parallel to the top edge of the left and right breast pockets respectively. (3) BDU cap. b) Members of the Band. Rescue Team. b) Cadet privates and noncommissioned officers will wear the regimental crest centered on the left curtain. These individuals are also issued a set of cross belts to be worn during special parades and formal occasions. right. i. top.h. j. Headgear insignia: (1) Service cap. Subdued rank will be centered above. company commanders. Nametape/Norwich tape: 1) When worn: Subdued nametapes and the Norwich tape will be worn on the Class C BDU and Gortex jackets. 1 inch from the front crease. one inch below the front collar of the PT sweatshirt and one inch below the "NUCC" imprint on the sweatpants. 1 inch from the front crease. (a) The Norwich Cover Device will be worn centered on the front of the service cap. a) Cadet officers will wear the non-subdued insignia of grade on the garrison cap centered on the left curtain. battalion commanders. (a) The Mountain Cold Weather Tab and Rescue Team Tab will be sewn in front of the cap centered left. a) The Drill Team beret is only worn by members of the Drill Team when competing or conducting an exhibition. bottom. demonstrations. The Rams Head may be worn by those qualified to wear it. Nametapes will also be sewn to the upper left arm pocket flap of the Gortex Jackets. a) Cadet officers and noncommissioned officers will wear non-subdued rank on the BDU cap centered on the front of the headgear left to right. may wear their appropriate Special Unit Insignia in the same location instead of their rank. (4) Black cap.
Provide a positive merit system. Personal ribbons will always be placed centered above the left breast pocket. Commanders may require the wear of awards on the following occasions: parades. and social occasions. The goal of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets Awards and Recognition Program is to foster accomplishment by recognizing excellence of Corps members and motivating them to high levels of performance and service. or outstanding achievement and other acts or services which are above and beyond that normally expected and which distinguish an individual or unit among those performing similar acts or services. NUCC awards. Principles of Support. When wearing of awards is authorized. Enable commanders to recognize cadets for meritorious service and achievements. In no case will they be worn on the black winter jacket or summer cadet jacket.AUG 2005 57 . ceremonies. The order of precedence for wear of awards is U. The ribbon with the highest precedence is placed nearest to the heart. Cadets are highly encouraged to wear authorized awards on the Class B uniform. reviews. c. Placement of Ribbons on Cadet Uniforms. Wearing of awards is prohibited in the following occasions: 1) Cadets when suspended from rank or command. e. c. inspections. Decorations are to be worn on the uniforms outlined in this chapter. Specific awards and decorations are authorized for wear on specific uniforms. Military service awards. Document and record recognition for cadet records. 6-2 Overview a. criteria.CHAPTER 6 NUCC AWARDS AND DECORATIONS PART 1 6-1 Purpose. The cadet Awards System will: a. Awards and decorations prescribed by the NUCC are only to be worn by those members for whom they have been authorized. with the bottom row 1/8 inch above pocket seam. 6-3. other ribbons follow in proper order of precedence from right to left as worn. d. b. centered on the top row. Awards may be worn at the option of the wearer when not prohibited during normal duty hours and may also be worn on the appropriate uniforms when off duty. b.S. and administrative instructions concerning individual and unit awards. The top row of ribbons will be centered over the row immediately below. funerals. 2) Cadets while serving a sentence of confinement. Ribbons will not be worn on PT gear or BDU uniforms. Wear of Awards and Decorations. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . There will be no space between the rows of ribbons. Order of Precedence. a. Ribbons are worn in rows of three. When Awards and Decorations are worn. Unit award ribbons will always be placed centered above the right breast pocket. This chapter of the SOP prescribes Norwich policy. and ROTC awards. When wearing of awards is prohibited. Awards are important symbols of public recognition for rewarding exceptionally meritorious service. with the bottom row 1/8 inch above right pocket seam. b.
Recommendations will be made by any member of the Corps through the chain of command and will be approved by the Deputy Commandant. Awards of the Army. It is awarded for heroic conduct during rescue or attempted rescue of a victim in a life-threatening situation while placing one's self in harm's way. or through sustained exceptional service. b) Be sustained so as to demonstrate a high state of development or.PART 2 Personal Awards and Decorations 6-4. (1) Professional achievement that merits this award must: a) Clearly exceed that which is normally required or expected. Personal Award. law enforcement statements. Personnel awards are worn over the left breast pocket on the Class B Winter/Summer uniform.AUG 2005 58 . The Life Saving Citation is the highest award bestowed upon a cadet. Marine Corps. Navy. The cadet must be in a position of great responsibility to receive this award. This award is reviewed by the Cadet Chain of Command. which can be appropriately reflected in the individual's performance evaluation. Ribbons. medals. and other documentation supporting the actions taken by the cadet(s) involved. and experience b) Be an important contribution of benefit to Norwich University and the Corps of Cadets. 6-6. Awarded for meritorious service to a cadet who distinguishes him/herself by an exceptional action. Verification of the act will be in the form of eyewitness. Recommendation: Any member of the Corps of Cadets Approval: Deputy Commandant Devices used: 1) Bronze Star denotes second and subsequent awards 2) Silver Star worn in lieu of five Bronze Stars b. EMS. Military Service Awards. be of such merit as to earn singular recognition for the act(s) and. Precedence of Awards and Decorations. and Coast Guard will be worn in the order of precedence specified by the awarding military service branch. training. Life Saving Citation. and badges are ranked in the following order of precedence when worn or displayed: US Military Service Ribbons NUCC Ribbons ROTC Ribbons 6-5. The performance should be well above that usually expected of an individual commensurate with his or her grade or billet. Meritorious Service Award. considering the individual's grade or billet. Recommendation: Cadet Chain of Command NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Air Force. if for a specific achievement. a. (2) Leadership achievement that merits this award must: a) Be noteworthy. and above that degree of excellence. Military service ribbons may be worn on the Class B winter/summer uniforms provided they were awarded by competent military authority and are a part of the service member’s official record. c) Reflect most creditably on the efforts of the individual toward the accomplishment of the unit mission.
Recommendation: Assistant Commandants. This award is reviewed by the cadet chain of command and approved by the Office of the Commandant. room standards. Selected by Battalion Commander Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . military bearing. Recommendation: Cadet Chain of Command Approval: Deputy Commandant Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters d. and their continuous efforts to exceed the set standards. Supervisor or Coaches Approval: Dean of Students Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters f. Cadets nominated will be judged on uniform and military appearance. Each Assistant Commandant. Dean's Leadership Excellence Award Awarded annually by the Dean of Students for those who have made a significant leadership contribution to campus life and Norwich University.Approval: Deputy Commandant Devices used: 1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards 2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters c. Recommendation: Nominated by Company Commander. a selection committee will determine the Outstanding Student Leaders of the Year for Norwich University. From this list. Recommendation: Cadet Chain of Command Approval: Battalion Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters e. Commendation Award Awarded for noteworthy and commendable service by demonstrating exceptional leadership and initiative while placing service before self.AUG 2005 59 . Awarded to members of the Corps of Cadets who distinguish them by outstanding meritorious achievement or service comparable to that required for the Meritorious Service Award but in a duty of lesser responsibility. Achievement Award Awarded for an outstanding action comparable to the Commendation Award but of lesser impact and still above and beyond what is expected of a cadet's assigned duties. and Coach is given the opportunity to name the students under their area who have demonstrated the greatest leadership skills. esprit de corps. Regimental Commander's List Nominated by their Company Commander and selected by their Battalion Commander for the semester Regimental Commander's List. This award is reviewed by the Company Commander and approved by the Battalion Commander. CSM. Supervisor.
program. To be considered. Recommendation: Leaders in the cadet's Chain of Command. but outside of what is considered normal duty. or activity. health.AUG 2005 60 . The list will be based upon documentation of the individual's record of ordinary discipline as recorded in the individual's official 201 file. (Examples for this award are Future Leaders Camp. but not to the degree required for the Achievement or Commendation Award. Recommendation: Regimental S-1 thru Commandant's Office Records Section Approval: NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Recommendation: Leaders of the event Approval: Battalion Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters i. but rather the circumstances and conditions under which the service was performed. flood. Recommendation: Company Commander Approval: Battalion Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters j. Recommendation: Regimental S-1 through the Commandant's Office Records Section generates a group list of awardees. The intent of this award is to recognize selfless and sacrificial service to others. the cadet's involvement and efforts must have been vital to the attempted improvement of the situation. Red Cross blood drives held at NU. Only members of the Regimental S-1 section and Commandant's Office are allowed to check the individual's official 201 record.(1) Bronze Star denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Star worn in lieu of five Bronze Stars g. Humanitarian Service Ribbon Awarded by the Regimental Commander to a cadet who was involved in the humanitarian assistance in which. and hurricane are all qualifiers for this award. The cadet will earn subsequent awards every two consecutive semesters without incident. assistance in disaster relief. Approval: Deputy Commandant Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters h. NU Advantage. or having been found guilty of a Class I Violation. Good Conduct Ribbon Awarded to cadets who have completed two consecutive semesters without being assessed tours.) This award is intended to recognize those who have been instrumental in the accomplishment of the mission. Commander's Citation Ribbon Commendation awarded by the cadet's Battalion Commander for exemplary selfless service to the unit. life or limb was involved. The criteria should not be the period of service involved. To be considered for this award a cadet must have had a vital role and have been involved from the beginning through the completion of the event. Supporting documents from law enforcement. Voluntary Service Ribbon A battalion level award for superior and sustained voluntary service within the University. Outstanding and worthy of special recognition. or to a University related function. state emergency officials. or FEMA will be used to verify the involvement of cadet(s). For example.
agency or event outside the purview of the University (In the community). Recommendation: Regimental CSM and Regimental S-3 Operations Officer Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Star denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Star worn in lieu of five Bronze Stars o. Cadet of the Year Awarded by the Regimental Commander to the overall winner of the Freshman of the Year Competition held at the regimental level. This ribbon may be awarded for participation in a single event or for exceptional sustained service over a period of time. Tunbridge Fair. and shall be of such merit as to warrant more tangible recognition than is possible by a performance evaluation. Habitat for Humanity. This ribbon is presented to each member of the Ring Committee upon election at the end of his or her sophomore year. Approval: Battalion Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters l. Recommendation: Leaders in the cadet's Chain of Command. Haunted Hay Ride. The committee consists of no more than eight highly honorable cadets to design and negotiate the Norwich Junior Class Ring. personal appearance (formal NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Recommendation: Company Commander Approval: Battalion Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters m. Community Service Ribbon Awarded by the Battalion Commander for service to an activity. Recommendation: Ring Committee Advisor Approval: Regimental Commander n. Soldiers Home. (i. NUSA Camporee. Complete competition rules and standards will be drawn up by the Command Sergeants Major and published by the Regimental Operations Officer. Awarded as a result of bringing credit upon the University and the Corps for exceptional service. but which does not warrant a Commander's Citation or higher. Superior Performance Ribbon Awarded by the Battalion Commander for sustained superior performance or specific achievement of a superlative nature. Competition consists of: physical fitness (NUPFT score). Community Events).e.AUG 2005 61 . Kreitzberg Challenge Ribbon The cadet must compete or participate and meet the standard set in the Kreitzberg Challenge. The Regimental CSM and Battalion CSMs oversee the event.Regimental Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters k. Ring Committee Ribbon. Fund Drives for the American Red Cross. This committee also plans and assists in the Junior Ring Ceremony.
This ribbon will be awarded after Rook Orientation Week in formation in front of the Rook Class. Leadership Training Ribbon Awarded to cadets who completed the Cadet Leadership Training Course preceding Rook week. cumulative GPA. Academic Excellence Ribbon Ribbon will be awarded to students who excel in their academic achievements. Competition consist of physical fitness (NUPFT score). Only one freshman is awarded based on consistent demonstrated performance. One freshman from each company will be selected to represent their company. The ribbon will be awarded after the Rooks have completed Phase 1 Basic Training. This award is presented to one freshman cadet for each of the academic months. drill and ceremony. just prior to Veteran’s Day. the students must achieve a Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of no less than 3. rook knowledge. To qualify. Recommendation: Regimental CSM Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: None p. Recommendation: Regimental CSM Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: None q. military bearing. Recommendation: Assistant Commandants Approval: Deputy Commandant Devices used: (1) Silver Star denotes 3. personal appearance (formal uniform inspection). Recommendation: Battalion S-3 Operations Officer Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: Bronze Letter denoting company assigned s. military bearing.OGPA NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . A bronze letter appurtenance will be worn to denote the cadet's original freshmen company.0 for two consecutive semesters. Rook/Cadet of the Month Awarded by the Regimental Commander to the overall winner of the Freshman of the Month Competition held at the regimental level. A freshman from each company will be selected to represent their company.4GPA (2) Bronze Star denotes 3. drill and ceremony and appearance before a Freshman of the Month Board conducted by the Command Sergeants Major. The freshman must be in good academic standing in order to compete for this award. and an appearance before a Freshmen of the Year Board conducted by the Command Sergeants Major. Cadet Leaders will wear the bronze letter appurtenance of the Company to which they are assigned.OGPA through 3.5GPA through 4.AUG 2005 62 . Rook Basic Training Completion Ribbon Criteria: Awarded by the Regimental Commander to recognize Rooks who have successfully completed all of the established Rook Basic Training criteria. rook knowledge. Eligibility will be determined by the Registrar's Office at the close of the Spring Semester. Recommendation: Regimental S-3 Operations Officer will submit a list of those who have completed required training to the Regimental Commander Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: Bronze Letter denoting company assigned r.uniform inspection).
All Coastguardsmen. Recommendation: International Student Advisor/Study Abroad Coordinator Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: None w. All Marines. Active and Reserve. Semper Paratus Society Ribbon Presented to members of the Semper Paratus Society by the Society President after one year of membership. Awarded to any cadet who meets or exceeds a score of 300 on the Norwich University Physical Fitness Test (PFT) or Army PFT. Fitness Excellence Ribbon NOTE: THIS AWARD IS AWARDED ONLY FOR EXCELLENCE. Due to differing ROTC PFT standards. are authorized to wear the Semper Paratus Society Ribbon. Recommendation: None Approval: Society President Devices used: Gold Frame y. Recruiting Ribbon This award is presented to the cadets who show outstanding motivation and commitment to the Norwich University recruiting effort and their desire to "Grow the Corps. Levy Chapter. This selection is based upon an individual's leadership abilities in support of Norwich University. only NUPFT or Army PFT standards will be accepted for this award. Athletic Director Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: None x. Walter N. Foreign Exchange Ribbon Awarded to students who successfully study abroad and at other military colleges while serving in the capacity of representing Norwich University. Cadets will receive a Bronze or Silver Star for each additional one hundred recruiting cards or five letters acknowledging recruiting visits. 100 points must be achieved in the push-up event. Recommendation: None NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) ." This award will be determined by the Norwich Admissions Office and the Regimental Recruiting Officer. Semper Fi Society Ribbon Awarded by the President of the Semper Fi Society. One bronze star appurtenance will be worn for each year of active service to the society. Recommendation: Admissions Office and NUCC Recruiting Officer Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: (1) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (2) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters v. Sports Captain Presented to each captain of National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) or varsity sports teams. u. and the run event. the sit-up event. Recommendation: Company Commander and Team Coaches/Advisor. A gold frame will be worn after one year of active membership in the Society. Recommendation: Company Commander Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: Silver Star denotes a PFT score of 300 and above. upon successful completion of pledge requirements as determined by the Society's charter. Scores and calculations are to be based on current the Army scoring system found in Army FM 21-20Physical Fitness Training. are authorized to wear the Semper Fi Society Ribbon once pledge requirements have been met.t.AUG 2005 63 . Active and Reserve.
The training schedule and records are determined by the Regimental CSM and Regimental S3 Operations Officer. and additional platoon activities throughout the semester. but not limited to: platoon overall average GPA. Platoon of the Year Awarded by the Regimental Commander to the overall winner of the Freshman Platoon of the Year Competition. drill competitions. retention. Drill and Ceremony evaluations. Company awards consist of Company of the Year and the Company Recruiting Award. Unit Awards are worn over the right breast pocket in the same manner as personal awards. platoon average cumulative GPA (provided by Assistant Commandant's) and other activities/competitions as determined by the Regimental CSM and Regimental S-3 Operations Officer. and other requirements as prescribed by the Regimental CSM and Regimental S-3 Operations Officer. Unit awards are presented at the Company and Platoon level. CO wins. Recommendation: Regimental CSM and Regimental S-3 Operations Officer Approval: Regimental Commander NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . company average Cumulative GPA (provided by Assistant Commandant's). parade evaluations. Parent's Weekend Banner Competition.AUG 2005 64 . freshman training competitions. Recommendation: Regimental CSM and Regimental S-3 Operations Officer Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: (1) This is a framed ribbon (2) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (3) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters b. 1st and 2nd.Approval: Society President Devices used: (1) Bronze Star denotes year of Good Conduct. intramural sport results. Regimental Room Inspections. Awarded to the overall winner of the Company of the Year competition. Snow Sculpture Competition. This award is based upon performance of platoons. This competition consists of platoon NUPFT average. Company of the Year. Platoon Awards consist of Platoon of the Year and Platoon of the Semester. Platoon of the Semester This Ribbon is awarded to the members of the freshmen platoon (LEADERS INCLUDED) that score the highest in freshmen training events. Unit Awards. Recommendation: Regimental CSM and Regimental S-3 Operations Officer Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: (1) This is a framed ribbon (2) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (3) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters c. number of Rook/Cadet Knowledge CO wins. Jodie Competition. Consideration for scoring includes. Rook Knowledge. a. room/uniform inspections. Halloween Parade Competition. This competition includes company average NUPFT scores. active or reserve (2) Silver Star worn in lieu of five Bronze Stars PART 3 Unit Awards and Recognition 6-7.
AUG 2005 65 . Company Recruiting Award This award is presented to a company that performs the most recruiting over breaks and holiday vacations and submits the most inquiry cards issued by the NU Admissions Office to the Director of Recruiting and Retention.Devices used: (1) This is a framed ribbon (2) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (3) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters d. Recommendation: Regimental Recruiting and Retention Officer Approval: Regimental Commander Devices used: (1) This is a framed ribbon (2) Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster denotes second and subsequent awards (3) Silver Oak Leaf Cluster worn in lieu of five Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters NUCC AWARDS NUCC UNIT AWARDS COMPANY OF THE YEAR PLATOON OF THE YEAR PLATOON OF THE SEMESTER COMPANY RECRUITING NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
The award process is now complete if the Battalion Commander is the approval/awarding authority. c.1 in the cadet's official 201 file. STEP 2. by endorsement. The lack of official disqualifying comment by such previous commanders qualifies the use of such period toward the award by current commander. achievement. or downgraded to a lesser award. or period of meritorious service.1.1. However. Award descriptions and criteria are listed in paragraph 6-6 and 6-7. The Battalion S-1 will deliver the copy NUCC fm 6. The award of a decoration in recognition of a single act of heroism or meritorious achievement does not preclude an award for meritorious service at the termination of an assignment.1 and the ribbon) in a formation.1.1 to the Battalion S-1. 6-9 Basis for Approval. The Company Commander will personally hand the NUCC fin 6.1 and the ribbon to the Battalion Commander. Recommendations for award of a decoration for meritorious service will not refer to acts of heroism or meritorious achievements. If the Battalion CDR is the approval/awarding authority. Continuation of the same or similar type service already recognized by an award for meritorious service or achievement will not be made to include the extended period of service by superseding the earlier award.1.AUG 2005 66 . Approval of awards is based on facts surrounding the actions and the demonstrated performance of the cadet(s) as written on NUCC fm 6. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Awards Recommendation. with the Company Commander's signature on it. denied. Award criteria can be found in paragraph 6-6 and 6-7. in the appropriate block on the NUCC fm 6. Only one decoration will be awarded to an individual for the same act. (3) The Battalion Commander will award the cadet(s) (with the copy NUCC fm 6. to the Battalion Commander for his/her review. STEP 1. the Battalion S-1 will hand carry the approved award to the Commandant's Office. STEP 4. The NUCC fm 6. A cadet performs an act that is deserving of an award. b. There is no statutory or regulatory time limit pertaining to awarding decorations. (4) The Senior Enlisted Advisor will place the original NUCC form 6. The Company Commander recommends or does not recommend. STEP 3.1 is turned into the Company Commander. The Battalion S-1 hand carries the NUCC fm 6. An individual witnesses the act and records the act on NUCC fm 6. or the award previously made may be amended to incorporate the extended period of service. All recipients must meet or exceed award criteria in order to be considered for any particular award.1. (1) Once approved or downgraded and signed by the Battalion Commander. The immediate unit commander's decision to award cadets will be based on his or her personal knowledge and of the individual's official records for periods of service under previous commanders during the period for which the award is to be made.PART 4 Administrative Procedures and Protocol 6-8 Duplication of Awards a. The Company Commanders will review the form to ensure that the act meets the criteria for the award. awards should be processed in a timely and immediate manner. either positive or negative. Awards Recommendation. The Senior Enlisted Advisor will issue an initial award ribbon to the Battalion S-land make a copy of NUCC fm 6. 6-10 Rules for Processing. STEP 5. which have been previously recognized by award of a decoration. then the award will be approved. The Company Commander must write something.
1. (4) The Senior Enlisted Advisor will issue an initial award ribbon to the Regimental S-land make a copy of NUCC fin 6. Awards will be presented to cadets in formation.1. with the Company and Battalion Commanders' signatures. (2) The Senior Enlisted Advisor will hand carry the NUCC Form 6. Cadets must be recognized for their achievements in front of their unit.1 to the Regimental Commander for review. Ceremonies may be conducted at the regimental. to the Regimental S-1. If it is a subsequent award. The award process is now complete if the Regimental Commander is the approval/awarding authority. to the Senior Enlisted Advisor.1 in the cadet's official 201 file.1 and an initial ribbon. If the Regimental Commander is the approval/awarding authority: (1) The Battalion S-1 will hand carry give the NUCC fin 6. The Senior Enlisted Advisor will make a copy of NUCC Form 6.1. Bn.1 and the ribbon. in a formation. The awarding authority will award the cadet(s) in a formation. (3) Once approved or downgraded and signed by the Regimental Commander. Only initial ribbons are issued out by the Senior Enlisted Advisor.1 and the ribbon to the Regimental Commander. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . (5) The Regimental Commander will award the cadet(s) with the copy NUCC fm 6. (6) The Senior Enlisted Advisor will place the original NUCC Form 6. The awarded cadet(s) will receive a copy NUCC Form 6. the Regimental S-1 will hand carry the approved award to the Commandant's Office.STEP 6. c.AUG 2005 67 . NOTES: a. If the Commandant's Office is the approval/awarding authority: (1) The Regimental S-1 will hand carry give the NUCC Form 6. (3) Once approved or downgraded and signed by the approval/awarding authority. Cadets needing replacement ribbons due to fraying and fading will purchase the item from the Cadet Uniform Store. with the Co. battalion.1 to the approval/awarding authority. STEP 7. a formation is still to be held. STEP 8. and the cadet(s) will be given their copy of NUCC Form 6. and Regimental Commanders' signatures. The Regimental S-1 will deliver the copy NUCC fm 6.1. (4) The Senior Enlisted Advisor will inform the Regimental Commander and Regimental S-1 that the process is completed.1 and secure an initial ribbon. (2) The Regimental S-1 will hand the NUCC fin 6. b. or company level and at the discretion of the approving authority level commander. the Senior Enlisted Advisor will arrange for the awarding authority to award the cadet(s) in formation.
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Stars (Bronze and Silver): Life Saving Citation Dean's Leadership Excellence Regimental Commander's List Kreitzberg Challenge Ribbon Academic Excellence Ribbon USCG Semper Paratus NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . the affected individual or group will be informed that he or she may appeal the revocation action through the Office of the Commandant. an oak leaf cluster or star is used. Silver Oak Leaf Clusters. erroneously numbered oak leaves and clusters. the awarding authority may revoke it if facts subsequently determined would have prevented original approval of the award had they been known at the time.1. The appurtenances used by the NUCC are as follow: a. Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters. a.6-11 Amendment of Orders Commanders are authorized to correct minor administrative errors (incorrect spelling of names. Award Recommendation. The following ribbons are those which are authorized accoutrement.AUG 2005 71 . d. Upon revocation. f. e. the awarding authority may consider a statement of concurrence or nonconcurrence (with comments) for the award questioned. Once an award has been presented. stars) appearing on the NUCC fm 6. Gold Frame 6-14 Accouterments Classification Per Ribbon. an accoutrement(s) will be worn. In order to denote multiple awards for the same award. initials. Failure to be reassigned as originally scheduled does not constitute grounds for revocation of an award which has been presented. Bronze Letter to Denote Company. Oak Leaf Clusters (Bronze and Silver): Meritorious Service Award Commendation Award Achievement Award Voluntary Service Commander's Citation Superior Performance Ribbon Humanitarian Service Ribbon Community Service Ribbon Good Conduct Recruiting Ribbon Company of the Year Platoon of the Year Platoon of the Semester Company Recruiting Award b. Cadets will not wear two of the same ribbon. he/she does not receive another ribbon. 6-12 Revocation of Personal Awards and Decorations. Silver Stars. In making the decision. The decision to revoke an award may not be delegated by the awarding authority. Bronze Stars. Ribbon appurtenances/devices are used to denote subsequent awards. c. PART 5 Subsequent Awards 6-13 Appurtenances/Devices. When a cadet is awarded a second award. b.
Bronze accoutrements are issued for the second to fifth awards. a. the bronze accoutrements are discarded in favor of a silver accoutrement. Upon the issuing of the sixth award. Wear a maximum of four devices on each ribbon.c. All devices are worn centered on the corresponding ribbon. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Further issuing of the awards will be denoted with an additional bronze accoutrement. Star (Silver): Fitness Excellence d. Framed Ribbons Company of the Year Platoon of the Year Platoon of the Semester Semper Fi Society (active membership) 6-15 How Ribbon Devices/Appurtenances are worn. Gold frame is worn around all unit awards. Bronze letter devices denote company of assignment and are worn centered on the corresponding ribbon. c. Replace the bronze device with a silver device after receipt of the fifth bronze device. For subsequent awards.AUG 2005 72 . 6-16 Order of Precedence for Appurtenances. Place a silver device to the wearer's right of bronze devices. The following is a list of subsequent awards: 1st: Ribbon 2nd: Bronze oak leaf cluster or bronze star 3`d: Bronze oak leaf cluster or bronze star 4th: Bronze oak leaf cluster or bronze star 5th: Bronze oak leaf cluster or bronze star 6th: Silver oak leaf cluster or silver star b. oak leaf clusters or star(s) will be used. Semper Fi Society and Semper Paratus Society ribbons (active members only). Bronze Letter Denoting Company: Leader Training Ribbon First Year Training Award e.
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2a) or letter format (figure 6. 6-17 Preparing Certificates. Achievements that do not require the issuance of an award will be acknowledged with a Letter of Commendation. units. They will be conducted within a stated period. a. All eligible members. a. However. Contests and events will be of a continuing nature. together with dates of the act. b. and personal recognition. 6-18 Preparing Memorandums and Letters of Commendation.PART 6 Certificates. b. and Letters.2b) as shown in the following examples: PART 7 Trophies and Similar Devices Awarded in Recognition of Accomplishments. a. 6-20 Award Guidelines. Intramural and athletic competitions may also be recognized. achievements. and groups will be given an equal chance to compete. name. achievement. Contests and events for which trophies are to be presented will be announced officially. Awards certificates will be issued without reference to numbered oak leaf clusters/stars. and unit. awards may be made on a one-time basis where the achievement is unique and clearly contributes to increased effectiveness. units. or groups for excellence in accomplishments or competitions which clearly contribute to the increased effectiveness or efficiency of the unit. Each certificate for a decoration will be completed by the awarding commander and will bear his/her personal signature. 6-19 Trophies and similar devices are used to recognize achievements in competitions. The Letter of Commendation may be in a memorandum (figure 6. c.AUG 2005 74 . The grade. or service of the recipient will be inserted on the certificate in appropriate spaces. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . unit. or group from receiving two awards for an achievement when other candidates are equally qualified. b. Great care will be taken to prevent one member. Trophies and similar devices may be presented to cadets. A certificate may be presented with each authorized NUCC ribbon from the awarding authority. contests. Memorandums.
Kirk.FIGURE 6. Vermont 30 March 2005 MEMORANDUM FROM: Regimental Commander. I would like to take this opportunity to commend your outstanding duty performance on 12 November 2003. 2. and motivation. you quickly established yourself as the subject matter expert in all training and activities pertaining to preparing Rooks to be Cadets. The performance of your Rooks during Rookdom and culminating with the Recognition Exercise are a direct reflection of your leadership. I attribute much of the success of Rookdom to your leadership and your commitment to excellence. you displayed exceptional knowledge. I was particularly impressed with your enthusiasm for teaching and your ability to provide purpose. Your performance indeed reflects that the NUCC NCO Corps is in fact the backbone of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets. EXAMPLE OF MEMORANDUM FORMAT: NORWICH UNIVERSITY CORPS OF CADETS Northfield. I take great pride in knowing that you are an important member of this Command and play a key role in the professional development of the Corps of Cadets. Additionally. CLARKKENT C/COL. exhibited superb military bearing. 3`d Battalion. and exuded confidence throughout Rookdom. Norwich University Corps of Cadets FOR: Sergeant First Class James T. direction. NUCC SUBJECT: Letter of Commendation 1. As the Rook Platoon Sergeant and Primary Instructor. NUCC Commanding NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Well done! 3.AUG 2005 75 . I Company.2a. A copy of this correspondence will be forwarded to your Official 201 file.
Vermont 30 January 2005 Sergeant First Class James T. NUPFT. 3'd Battalion.2B. CO wins. NUCC NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Your platoon also had the highest participation during all parades and football march downs. Drill and Ceremony Competitions. CLARK KENT C/COL.FIGURE 6. EXAMPLE OF LETTER FORMAT: NORWICH UNIVERSITY CORPS OF CADETS Northfield. I Company. Your freshmen platoon achieved the highest average GPA. Congratulations again for a job well done. Your platoon also excelled in the Parent's Weekend Banner Competition. NUCC Dear SFC Kirk. Congratulations on achieving Platoon of the Semester for the Fall 2004/2005 year. and the Halloween Parade Competition.AUG 2005 76 . Your willingness to train hard and put forth the extra effort is indicative of your professionalism and desire to be the best. Kirk 2nd Platoon Sergeant. Sincerely. and official inspection results. I consistently see I Company freshmen leaning forward to participate in many NU activities.
Examples (not all inclusive): -Airborne -Air assault -Solo Wings -Surface Warfare EIB -Combat/Scuba Diver NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . The White Cup is awarded to the company whose upperclassmen have earned the highest QPA for the previous semester. Identification badges are authorized to be worn as public evidence of deserved honor and distinction to denote service performed in different positions of leadership and skill. badges. c. and similar objects which represent the type of activity or accomplishment. Examples: Ranger Challenge Semper Fidelis Society Golden Anchor Society -Arnold Air Society Semper Paratus Society c.6-21 Items to be awarded: Trophies include but will not be limited to cups. b. Eligible cadets are authorized to accept and wear the identification badges listed below. The Dean McIntire Cup is awarded to the company whose freshmen have attained the highest QPA for the previous semester. DEAN McINTIRE CUP WHITE CUP JUCKET CUP PART 8 Decorations 6-22 Patches and Pins a. ROTC may issue insignia to be worn for societies and/or units within the ROTC program. buttons. NUCC Unit Cups: a. Special Skills Patches: Special Skill Patches earned through DOD schools will be worn above the left breast pocket IAW DOD service branch specific regulations. The Juckett Cup is awarded to the company retaining the highest percentage of its incoming freshmen.AUG 2005 77 . Criteria and eligibility are subject to change and individuals are advised to contact the Commandant's Office for additional information and guidance. b. plaques. There is no order of precedence within the ROTC subdivision.
NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . CAV.AUG 2005 78 .S.0 to 3. e. NOTE: Do not mix patches and pins when it comes to Special Skill badges. How worn: Class A Dress Blue Uniform: Only one Special Unit Insignia may be worn on the left sleeve of the Class A Dress Blue Coatee. MCW. and Class C BDU uniforms. (1) Academic Pins: Academic Silver Star for GPA of 3. or previously assigned to a NUCC special unit which includes Band. Again. National Guardsmen service. Only one shoulder cord is worn on the left side of the Class B shirt when prescribed by the Regimental Commander and/or the Chain of Command. ARTY. Shoulder Cords: Braided cords are worn to signify a contracted cadet's qualification as a Reserve Officer Training Corps.0 How worn: Academic Stars are worn centered on the right pocket of the Class B uniform. (2) Department of Defense Branch Insignia: worn on and after the cadet has been branched within the U. Contracted = Blue and Gray cord Coast Guard: Red and White cord (2) Special Unit Cords: Band Cord = White cord Drill Team = Black and Gold cord f.d. Drill Team. NOTE: Highly shined or STA-BRITE Pins may be issued and worn on the Class B Uniforms. Subdued pins are worn on the Class C BDU. No oxidized or subdued pins will be worn on the Class B Uniforms. or NU Corps of Cadets activity.4 Academic Gold Star for GPA of 3. a. Military. Description: Cadets currently.5 to 4. Additional Uniform Accessories: -Cadre Whistle w/chain worn on the left side of the Class B uniform (1SG and Platoon SGT only) -Artillery Earplugs worn suspended from the collar of the Class C BDU 6-23 Wearing of NUCC Special Unit Insignia. Class B. and Armor may wear approved insignia. Special Skills Pins: Special Skills Pins are worn on Class B uniforms and Class C BDU. They are all either patches or they are all pins. (1) ROTC Cords: Army: Non-contracted = Single Red cord: Contracted = Red and Gray cord Naval ROTC Marine Corps Option: Contracted = Scarlet and Gold Marine Platoon Leaders Course: Enrolled cadets = Scarlet and Gold Marine Reservist: Scarlet and Gold Naval ROTC Navy-Option: Non-contracted = Single Navy Blue cord Contracted = Navy Blue and Gold cord Air Force: Non-contracted = Single Blue cord. only three pins maximum are to be worn as decided by individual cadet. Engineer Society Emblem Pin/Beta Beta Beta etc… How worn: These Academic Society pins are worn centered on the right breast pocket flap below the nameplate. The insignia is worn 1 inch above the class buttons. Authorized uniforms: Class A Dress Blue. Class A Gray Tunic.
or inch above any unit awards. (right side). It will be worn directly below the nameplate. awards. CAV.AUG 2005 79 . Cadets will wear the below listed unit designation. Multiple insignia (up to 3) may be worn with a quarter inch separation and stacked vertically. centered on the arm and 1/2 inch below the seam. MCW. g. Class C BDU. 1 inch above the class stripes. e. 1/8 inch above the top of the right pocket.Class A (Gray Tunic). The insignias will be worn in the following order from top to bottom: Chaplain's Assistant Insignia Academic Star (Silver/Gold) Artillery Battery Insignia (Crossed Cannons) Band Company Insignia (Lire) Cavalry Troop Insignia (Crossed Sabers) Armor Company Insignia (Tank and Crossed Sabers) Drill Team Tab (Metallic Tab replica) Reserve Unit Designation Beta Beta Beta Insignia Academic Major Insignia Political Science Club Insignia Alpha Phi Sigma Insignia Unit Awards c. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . and academic major designations one eighth of an inch above the left breast pocket on the class B uniform unless otherwise noted. and Summer Cadet Jacket. NIB. Current First Sergeants and Platoon Sergeants are authorized to wear the whistle and chain on the left shoulder. b. and ARMOR may wear their subdued patch on the right shoulder. f. will wear their insignia on the right pocket flap. The honor committee members are the only cadets to wear their insignia on the right pocket. All insignia worn on the uniform must receive approval form the Office of the Commandant. Only one Special Unit Insignia or Major Insignia (non-subdued) may be worn centered. Special Unit Shoulder patches: Members of BAND. Cadets may only wear three insignia in this location. Only one Special Unit Insignia (non-subdued) may be worn on the left sleeve of the Tunic. Class B (Summer/Winter). The insignias will be worn in the following order from top to bottom: NU Christian Fellowship insignia Mountain Cold Weather Rams Head insignia Semper Fidelis Society insignia Golden Anchor Society insignia Arnold Air Society insignia NU Ambulance Rescue Squad insignia IEEE insignia d. Cadets will wear the below listed awards and academic major designations one eighth of an inch above the right breast pocket on the Class B uniform. The members of the engineer societies. Only one Special Unit Insignia may be worn centered 1/8 inch above the top edge of the nametape. All insignia worn on the uniform must receive approval from the Office of the Commandant. Members of the Drill Team who have earned their color guard qualification may wear the gold star on the elbows of the Class A Dress Blues. Special Unit Insignia may be pinned on or sewn. Drill Team. such as Eta Kappa Nu and Chi Epsilon.
h. centered on the sleeve and 5 inches above the class stripes/buttons. Only members of the honor committee will wear their insignia on the right sleeve of the Class A Dress Blues and the Class A Gray Tunic. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 80 .
the higher the command approval of the risk mitigation procedures must be. FM 101-5. Night Compass Course. FM 3-100.1 — Level of Command Approval of Low. Small Unit Safety Officer Guide. Obstacle Course.1 below: Figure 7. Training conducted over or in Commandant High bodies of water. Risk Management. c. 7-2. X-Country Skiing. Foot Marches on roads traveled by vehicles. Scope. Establish Corp safety procedures and responsibilities and ensure they are used by cadet leaders to plan and conduct safe training and operations. Used in a positive command climate. Assistant Commandant High Daytime off-campus training. Field Leadership Reaction Course.AUG 2005 81 . Risk Management. Rock Climbing. Land Navigation. This ensures an objective evaluation of the risk mitigation. dated 29 November 2001 b. Other training or activities that may cause death or permanent disability or destroy property. Combatives. Safety is a command responsibility that must be considered in the planning and execution of all Corps training and operations. Horseback riding. This SOP applies to all cadets in the Corps who are responsible to conduct individual or unit training or operations sanctioned by the Deputy Commandant. Authority Risk Rappelling. Command approval of acceptable level of risk is shown in Fig 7. Our efforts are directed toward how safety risk management fits into the leader's tool bag: In theory. a. 7-3. Medium and High Risk Training Approval Level of Examples of training and/or operations requiring a p p r o v a l . dated May 1997. Nighttime on-campus training. Deputy Extremely Night time-off campus training.CHAPTER 7 SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT 7-1. Purpose. Risk management is a helps leaders make sound decisions in a logical manner. Other training or activities that may cause serious injury or major damage to property. Concept of Operations. dated February 2001. Regimental Commander None Required unless training occurs where a medium. Orienteering.12. hiking. Use of any weapons in a live fire. Drill and Ceremony. high or extremely high criteria co-exists Medium Low NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . risk management enables decision m a k e r s a t a l l l e v e l s to do exactly what the term says: manage risk! Safety risk management is a specific type of risk management. Standard NU PFT event. Snowshoeing. this approach describes it as a process that leaders understand and use instinctively during event planning and again during execution. Rather than advocate safety risk management as a separate consideration. Annex J. risk management is a five-step process that is easily integrated into the planning/decision-making model. Downhill Skiing. The higher the risk involved with training and an operation. 7-4. Army Pamphlet 385-1. References.
or facilities. When first-line supervisors accept risks that could have catastrophic outcomes. use risk management to determine the best course of action. equipment. c. Regimental Safety Officer. helps the leader avoid improvised operations. accident prevention. options. Responsible for cadet safety and implementing the safety and risk management philosophy and procedures outlined in this chapter within their staff sections. authority. An unnecessary risk is one that. Early integration is particularly important in the design and selection of procedures. Figure 7. Safety and Risk Management Tenets. 7-7. taking into account all risks. still allows accomplishment of the organization's mission. Approve all risk mitigation plans found in NUCC Form 7-1. or decrease your ability to perform your mission.1 along with their training plan. Safety and Risk Management Process. and implementing the safety and risk management philosophy and procedures outlined below in their units. Battalion and Company Commanders. NU Risk Management Worksheet (see Appendix 1) to the appropriate commander in Figure 7. Squad and Team Leaders.DENTIFY RISKS. The credible consequences of a course of action determine who should assume responsibility. Regimental. facilities. Make risk decisions at the proper level. Regimental Primary. practical and specific to control hazard? Identified METT-T Hazard Training — Is training adequate to control hazard? Leader — Are leaders ready. Responsibilities.Cadet leaders will prepare and submit NUCC Form 7-1. including long-term effects and legal impact.2 — Determine which risk hazards to manage. 7-5. parades and while in the barracks common areas and individual assigned rooms. Responsible for cadet safety during all training. and feasible controls. Deliberate planning. That's normally the lowest level consistent with resources. Support — Is support available (personnel. Only accept risks if the benefits outweigh the costs. Integrate risk management into planning stages. The leader who has authority to accept a risk has the responsibility to protect the workforce from unnecessary risks. It is critical to weigh all the real costs. not an afterthought or appendage. When a decision is called for. b. ceremonies. Fully implement and supervise the safety and risk management philosophy and procedures outlined in this SOP. and capability. when making a decision. willing. All hazards should be identified before starting a new task. operations. because it prevents expensive reengineering. It must be the basis for decision-making. 7-6. Directly responsible for cadet safety and implementing the safety and risk management philosophy outlined in this chapter in his unit. c. a. supplies) and adequate to control the hazard? Standards — Is guidance or procedure adequately clear. MOI or OPORD. d. Special and Personal Staff Officers. Step one in applied risk management is to identify hazards. Accept no unnecessary risks. Platoon. proper control is lost. a. Hazards are any conditions with the potential to cause damage or injury. Step 1 . equipment.AUG 2005 82 . b.2 below: Figure 7. a. and able to enforce standards required to control hazard? Individual — Is cadet performance sufficiently selfdisciplined to control hazard? Adequate Yes No NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . d. if eliminated.
Permanent partial disability. • Critical . major system loss or major property damage. medium risk decision by middle management (activity/unit). low risk decisions may be made by immediate supervisor. lost of class time due to injury. Each hazard is analyzed to determine the probability of its causing a problem and the severity of the consequences should such a problem occur. • L — Low — Little or no impact on attending classes if accident occurs. **Hazard Severity — The degree of injury. • Unlikely — Can assume it will not occur. Guidance should be established clearly stating who makes which risk decisions. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . The Commander may elect to have some decisions made at lower levels of management. Step two is to assess the hazards to determine their cumulative effect on the planned activity. minor system damage. • Occasionally — Occurs sporadically.3 — Individual Hazard Assessment Matrix. Hazard Probability* *** > Frequent Catastrophic E Critical E **Severity Marginal H Negligible M Likely E H M L Occasional H H M L Seldom H M L L Unlikely M L L L *Hazard Probability — The likelihood that an event will occur.Minor degradation but student able to attend classes if accident occurs. or low. and minor property damage. • Frequent — Occurs often. Step 3 . • M — Moderate . For example.MAKE RISK DECISIONS. Unnecessary risk can endanger mission accomplishment and subject employees to unnecessary risk of accidents and injuries. Exercising judgment on how to eliminate or reduce hazards to lessen the overall risk is inherent in the risk assessment process. See Figure 7. The result is a statement that qualifies the risk associated with the operation/mission as high. property damage or other impairing factors. • Catastrophic — Death or permanent total disability can occur. Step three is to make a risk decision. major system damage or minor property damage. continuously experienced. but can occur at some time. • Negligible — First aid or minor medical treatment required.AUG 2005 83 . • Likely — Occurs several times.3 below. Historical data shows that back injuries are common and costs are inherently high. minor system impairment. • Seldom — Unlikely. Step 2 . c. Leaders weigh the risk against the benefits of performing an operation.ASSESS HAZARDS. temporary total disability can occur. medium. and high risk decisions by top management (directors/Command Staff). Figure 7. This step concludes with a risk assessment that describes the impact of the combined hazards. Risk decisions are made at a level of management that corresponds to the degree of risk. • Marginal — Minor injury. • H — High — Significant degrades ability to attend classes if accident occurs. *** Risk Levels — • E — Extremely high — Loss of ability to continue attending classes if accident occurs.b.
Leaders need to think in terms of recognizing hazards even in the midst of carrying out changing tasks. and incorporating lessons learned for future use. Hazards can be identified and minimized so even risky operations can be completed without exposing workers to needless injuries. reevaluating the plan or making adjustments to accommodate unforeseen issues. Step 4 . Step five is to supervise. Step 5 .d. e.Risk Management Worksheet. Supervision in this sense goes beyond ensuring that people do what is expected of them. Blank NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .SUPERVISE.AUG 2005 84 . NUCC Form 7-1. 7-8. Included in this step is leader action to reduce or eliminate hazards. Step four is to implement the controls established as a result of steps one through three. It includes following up during and after an action to ensure that all went according to plan. Appendices.IMPLEMENT CONTROLS. A . Controls may be as substantial as writing an SOP or as simple as conducting a short safety briefing.
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AUG 2005 88 .EXAMPLE: NUCC 7-1 RISK ASSESSMENT WORKSHEET (front) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
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a. The UMR identifies the cadet assigned to a specific position. email and telephonic messages. Detached Service (DS). • Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations. c. cadets should recommend changes thru the Regimental S3 to the Deputy Commandant. It is imperative that University Officials are able to locate and disseminate emergency information. 8-4. Participation in the Corps of Cadets implies and requires attendance at scheduled training and activities. Each commander will receive his/her UMR during Cadet Leaders' Week. Duty. Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE) and Unit Manning Report (UMR). It is conceivable that not all positions will be filled at any given time. Likewise. Adjutant's Call. cadets are encouraged to leave voice. and cadet request. Together they provide the means to account for cadets. • TC 12-17. and must follow the appropriate Leave and Pass procedures in order to meet obligations to inform others as to their whereabouts. leadership development. Staff Organization and Operations.AUG 2005 90 . Every cadet's first duty is to attend classes and pursue academic excellence. Leaders ensure administrative actions are completed in accordance with enclosed guidance and corrective actions are taken as necessary. The word "duty" has many meanings in a cadet's life. Authorized absences include: Special Service (SS). Doing one's duty to the best of one's ability is the first requirement. Changing an individual cadet assignment requires approval by the Deputy Commandant. A cadet who must depart on Emergency Leave or other specifically authorized absence and who is scheduled for duty must notify his or her 1SG to ensure that the duty is reassigned. If cadet leaders see the need to modify the TOE. or student leader needs to contact a cadet and pass critical information. professor. No cadet may add positions to the NUCC TOE. 8-3. Service Specific ROTC Training. General. define NUCC organizations.CHAPTER 8 CADET ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY 8-1. and accurately report their duty status. The cadet door card must be maintained and accurately reflect the student’s location. The departing cadet is rescheduled for duty upon his or her return to the University. as outlined in Chapter 3. The TOE and UMR are the authorization documents for the NUCC. This procedure is designed to aid the individual cadet. Each cadet is reminded that he/she has a personal responsibility to keep his/her chain of command informed as to his or her whereabouts. Communication is the key. and academic classes unless authorized to be absent. Cadets are required to perform a number of duties in support of Norwich University and the Corps of Cadets. b. Some duties are assigned. On occasion a family member. These documents. The Commandant's Office will assign cadet leaders to the UMR weighing cadet potential. References. Others are integral responsibilities of leaders and individual cadets. • Norwich University Academic Regulations • Norwich University Cadet Handbook. The TOE provides the authorization. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Leaders must account for their assigned cadets." Duty requires a willingness to accept responsibility for the actions of one's self and those of one's subordinates. demonstrated performance. and Authorized Leave. Commanders may not assign cadets where positions do not exist nor can any two cadets occupy the same position. A cadet may not depart on leave or pass or otherwise be absent from the university if he or she has a duty or obligation unless specifically authorized or properly relieved of the duty by proper authority. This definition supports our motto: "I will try. Cadets in the performance of their assigned guard detail or other special duty have the authority to issue orders to all other cadets as necessary to accomplish their duty. • FM 101-5. Cadets are expected to be present for all Corps of Cadets Training. The Sl Handbook 8-2.
Cadets are required to attend all academic classes. and Company formations. Once the commander has halted at his/her post. the 1SG is in charge of initiating the formation for the commander. This includes Regimental. using most direct route possible. "sound attention. March Downs. only he/she can authorize an absence. the PSG reports the consolidated absences to the 1SG. The only person that has the authority to excuse an individual from the Corps training/formation is the person who ordered the training/formation. Company Formation. "Post".Once attention is sounded. Battalion. or Regimental Commander c. Such behavior would be considered absence without leave and subject to disciplinary action. The following tips are provided to aide the 1SG: (1) "Fall In" – During Regimental formations the first bugle calls are "Assembly" and "Attention.” The 1SG orders the company to “Fall in" and insists that all cadets do so at the position of attention. Any time the company is formed. This is required at all formations and forms the basis for accomplishing personnel accountability. leave. The following Corps training/formations are mandatory: 1) Command Reveille 2) Physical Fitness Training 3) Command Muster 4) Tuesday Afternoon Training/Inspection 5) Command Retreat (as announced/scheduled) 6) Official Parades. the 1SG calls the company to attention. Commandant. The Commander will move to assume his/her post. and Ceremonies/Training 7) Guest Speakers 8) Commander's/Sergeant's Time 9) Guard Duty 10) Weapons Issue/turn-in 11) Tour Formation or work detail (required for cadets with outstanding tours) 12) Weekday or weekend training or inspections as scheduled 13) Meetings and formations called by the President. if the Commandant orders the formation." The commander returns the salute and commands. Therefore. (3)"Stand at ease" – If time permits. For example. The act of simply informing one's chain of command that he/she has other matters to attend to rather than participating in the scheduled Corps training/formation does not constitute an approved absence. not the reasons or excuses. the 1SG's time to influence action is the time from sounding "Assembly" until the Adjutant directs. (4)"Post" . the 1SG must be prepared to turn the company over to the commander after "Attention" is sounded. Therefore the 1SG must prioritize his or her announcements and make them in descending order. The training schedule will identify the level of command responsible for training or mandatory formations. and mandatory formations unless on official absence. The squad leaders collect attendance from the team leaders and when ordered to "Report" by the PSG. Examples. b.AUG 2005 91 . Requirements. the 1SG directs the company "Stand at Ease". This is one of the few times the company is together. NOTE – Squad leaders only report numbers absent. Since communications is the 1SG's principle responsibility. After the PSG receives the numbers absent. Do not allow a clerk to wander through the formation taking attendance on a clipboard. render the number of cadets absent from the formation. The 1SG faces about and marches to his/her post three steps to the rear and center of the NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Remember. (2) "Receive the Report" – The 1SG directs the Platoon Sergeants (PSG) to "Receive the Report". this is his/her opportunity to make administrative announcements. Corps training. Training and Mandatory Formations a. This practice is contrary to procedure and abdicates squad leaders' responsibility for accountability. control of the actions reverts to the Adjutant and subsequently the Regimental Commander.8-5. or detached service. "All present" or "(so many) cadets absent." Once "Attention" is sounded. the 1SG salutes and reports. The PSGs echo the command to their respective squad/team leaders.
a.AUG 2005 92 . As a matter of discipline and professional courtesy. or Campus Security (x2525) who in turn will contact the infirmary. render appropriate first aid (subject to skills/knowledge) until competent medical authority arrives and assumes control. Formations are used to command and control organizations. Regular pass period will not exceed 12 hours except for holiday periods specifically extended by the President of Norwich University. Likewise.company. Must comply with sick slip NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . If the doctor feels it is necessary to see the cadet. Commanders may authorize ordinary leave consistent with mission requirements and in accordance with provisions outlined in Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations. the RDO. or Security Officer will accompany the cadet to the infirmary and stand by until the physician makes an evaluation and determination as to whether to return the cadet to duty or ordered him or her to infirmary or hospital. anyone in charge of a unit can direct a meeting or formation. Passes are a privilege awarded to deserving cadets. Accountability/Strength Reporting. required to comply with sick slip instructions and report to sick call IAW sick slip instructions. If a cadet experiences a potentially life threatening medical condition. the individual cadet or Chain of Command shall notify the Regimental Duty Officer (RDO) (x2589). and Summer vacation). the squad leader may refer unexcused cadets for appropriate discipline. Passes (local liberty) are not a right to which one is entitled. Special Status 1 (SS1) – Must attend class. Infirmary or hospital — cadet restricted to the infirmary or hospital 2. subordinates do not call formations which conflict with those of superiors. and (as soon as situation permits) complete a Cadet Accident Report Form. Block Leave will be in effect during time periods that the University is closed (e. The Platoon Sergeants face to the right in marching and assume their posts to the rear of their platoons. Northfield Ambulance monitors extension 2525. If a cadet is not feeling well and desires to seek medical attention. The guidon bearer steps forward three steps. Do not call 911 (Campus Security will contact). 8-7. A squad leader might call a meeting of all assigned squad members and all would be expected to attend. the observer first will contact NU Security (x2525). platoon. company. During after duty hours. Leaves and Passes. d. b. The Campus infirmary (x2552) is available 0700-2300 hours daily. Special Status 2 (SS2) — Must attend classes and company formations. will not attend formations. Cadets are encouraged to use leaves and passes. paragraph 8-8. Quarters — cadet restricted to quarters. training.. Other formations. and battalion attendance forms in accordance with report formats and procedures outlined in this chapter. d. and faces about. The contracted physician or senior medical staff member on duty will classify (triage) sick students in to one of the following categories: 1. Spring Break. Regular pass begins at the end of the working day and ends at the first formation the next duty day. halts. acute pain or vomiting). 4.g. Thanksgiving. excused from company formations but required to participate in SS formation (adjacent Code Flags on UP). NU contracts medical services through the Green Mountain Family Practice. Leaders take attendance at all formations and report status through command channels using squad. NUCC Form 85. The Platoon leaders march around the left flank of their platoons and assume their posts by inclining and halting. e. The XO assumes his/her post two steps to the rear of the 1SG. if a cadet is ill and needs immediate medical attention (e. Therefore.g. 8-6. Classification/Triage. Christmas. Cadets are not required to request leave during block leave. who will contact Emergency Medical Services immediately. c. Medical Services. If individual cadets fail to attend. or classes 3. the Cadet must inform his/her immediate supervisor and report to sick call. Observers must remain with the injured/sick cadet. the squad leader has the authority to excuse an assigned squad member from his/her meeting..
g. class. obtain the Commander's signature. Administrative Action Form. It is the responsibility of each cadet to inform his/her 1 SG/CO of his or her return to duty. Frequency. duty assignment. The Battalion Executive Officer or his designated staff will consolidate the Battalion report. The S l Section Clerk retrieves sick slips from the infirmary daily at1200 hours and prepares the Special Status Report to include: unit. NUCC Form 8. the S l Section Clerk will photocopy the SS Report Form and distribute it to each respective unit box. NUCC Form 8. the cadet must carry his or her sick slip as evidence of excused absence. The 1SG will consolidate the company report and indicate all absent cadets. The Special Status Report. or their suspected whereabouts.. Admin Forms. Housing/Cadet Records' Office. The purpose of this section is to familiarize cadets with the common administrative/accountability system the NUCC employs to account for cadets and complete routine personnel administrative actions. Cadets ordered to return to duty will report to class or duty within ten minutes following dismissal from Sick Call. g. room changes. A cadet will be considered APOD until personally excused by his/her commander.2. and provide the pink copy to the individual.7.3. is updated daily at 1600 hours and published weekly at Command and Staff. and submit the consolidated strength report to the Regimental S l NLT 1900 hours the same day as the report. uniform. If issued a sick slip. sick slip accounts for cadet absence only for that time period attending sick call. profile/limitations. Changes may occur only after the request is approved through proper channels. The 1SG will obtain the Commander's signature. Commanders will honor directives from competent medical authority excusing or limiting cadet participation from training. date reported. 8-8. c. name. a. etc). (See Appendix B). NUCC Form 8. Room 213. the white copy to Jackman Hall. Cadets who have been patients in the infirmary will be allowed 30 minutes from the time of discharge to report to class/duty in order to allow time to stop at room and obtain necessary materials/uniform. Select sample forms are enclosed. if known. Effective SY 2003-2004. f. Application for Leave. and retain the yellow copy. Platoon reports will be submitted to the Company 1SG no later than 15 minutes after the formation. 2) Company consolidated strength /absentee report. This form is used to record unit strength and document absences. and regiment]. 3) Battalion Consolidated Strength Report.8. (See Appendix A). Company reports will then be submitted to Battalion HQ NLT one hour after the formation. promotions. Unit Accountability Report. NUCC Form 8. e. b. Return to duty — cadet cleared by physician to resume all training. Administrative actions are generated by the Company 1SG and routed thru command channels. h. This form is used to request administrative actions (e. All cadets are responsible for seeking competent medical authority if and when they are sick. Cadets must be familiar with these forms and leaders must enforce their use and distribution. Daily reports originate at squad level and are forwarded and consolidated through respective command levels [squad. battalion. Upon update. (See Appendix C) 1) Squad/Platoon Reports shall be completed as of the "report" at each formation and will list all cadets absent and include the reasons for their absence. The report will be delivered to the S1 box in the Guard Room. NUCC Form 8. the infirmary retains the yellow copy as a means to flag nurses to frequent or habitual sick call attendance. Being sick in itself is not an authorized absence from class or formation.AUG 2005 93 . date expires. The Infirmary will complete a Sick Slip.instructions and will report to sick call as prescribed by physician 5. and Distribution.1. The Leave Form must be completed properly to protect the individual departing campus on leave/pass as well as to assist the chain of command in maintaining personnel accountability. This practice is not intended to code or label students but instead cause health professionals to evaluate patients for chronic or systemic issues. company. platoon. the actual status. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
and special uniform authorization (if applicable). Personnel Status Report (PERSTAT). The cadet must carry the signed authorization slip and produce it upon any cadet leaders' or university official’s request. This form. If approved. This form is completed by the infirmary and distributed as follows: the yellow copy remains with the infirmary. This form is initiated by a sponsoring official seeking permission to excuse cadets/students from classes. and published weekly. j. (See Appendix K). The PERSTAT is used to report the personnel strength for the Regiment. Sick Slip.6. k. the S l Section Clerk will photocopy the SS Report Form and distribute to respective unit box (See Appendix H). NUCC Form 8.5.AUG 2005 94 .7. NUCC Form 8. This form is affixed to the student’s door in accordance with Chapter 11. or formations to participate in off campus activity (field trips. NUCC Form 8. rank. Detached Service. 2. h. and year group shall comply. (See Appendix E). Special Uniform Authorization Slip. the cadet will report to his/her Assistant Commandant (AC) who will render a decision as to the appropriate uniform the cadet must wear. and pink copy to the Registrar. Duty Rosters will be inspected by the Inspector General and all inspecting officers. (Green -unnumbered).8. sign for the commander and submit it to the Commandant's Office (ATTN: Deputy Commandant) NLT 1100 hours on the first working day following the formation/training event. (See Appendix G).9. (See Appendix I). (See Appendix F). as listed in the Norwich University Academic Regulations (See Appendix J): 1. date expires. NUCC Form 8. Commanders/First Sergeants may verify DS by calling the Housing/Cadet Records Office (x2138). The S l Section Clerk retrieves sick slips from the infirmary and prepares the Special Status Report to include: unit. class. training. Cadet Accident Report. 1. Emergency Leave as approved by the Deputy Commandant. The S l shall brief the current PERSTAT during weekly command and staff. Information for this report is taken from daily strength reports. NUCC SOP. yellow copy to Housing/Cadet Records Office. athletic contests. etc). (See Appendix D) e. Illness. the Deputy Commandant distributes copies as follows: white copy to sponsoring official. The RDO shall notify the CDO and log the incident report in the duty log. Duty Roster. Each individual cadet regardless of class. (Triplicate — unnumbered). f. NUCC Form (unnumbered). The Registrar's Office signs recommending his/her approval and forwards the Detached Service Request to the Deputy Commandant for approval.d. (See Appendix L) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Everyone eligible for performing the duty must be listed on the roster. Each individual cadet listed as detached service bears the personal responsibility to inform his/her superiors as to their status. This form is used to report any incident resulting in an injury to a cadet requiring medical attention. The roster lists all eligible cadets alphabetically and by rank. ensures fair and equitable duty assignment and should reduce complaints. The Regimental S l will prepare a consolidated report. Door Card. The purpose of this form is to inform professors of student absences which fall under the following two categories. NUCC Form 8. i. profile/limitations. The cadet door card must be maintained and accurately reflect the student’s location. If the sick slip indicates a cadet cannot wear the complete uniform of the day. name. battle rosters. The Special Status Report is updated daily. Any responsible individual having knowledge of the incident should report the accident to the Regimental Duty Officer. g. The AC will complete the form. The door card procedure assists leaders in accounting for subordinates and is designed to aid/protect the individual cadet.4. if used properly. and spot loss reports. date reported. the white copy goes to the Commandant's Office. Duty Rosters are required to be posted on each unit bulletin board. NUCC Form 8. as confirmed by the university medical staff or other appropriate medical authority. Special Status. Excused Absence Form. and the pink copy goes to the individual cadet. Upon update. Students on Special Status are not excused from classes. The Sponsoring Official must complete the form and submit it to the Registrar NLT 72 hours prior to the requested Detached Service. Barracks and Room Organization.
5 F — Duty Roster.6 G — Sick Slip. NUCC Form 8.3 D — Personnel Status Report. NUCC Form 8.9 J — Excused Absence Form.1 B — Administrative Action Form. NUCC Form 8.7 H — Special Status Report.Appendices: A — Application for Leave. (unnumbered) L — Door Card NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . NUCC Form 8.4 E — Accident/Serious Incident Report. NUCC Form 8. NUCC Form 8. NUCC Form 8. (unnumbered) K — Detached Service Form. NUCC Form 8.2 C — Accountability Report.8 I — Special Uniform Authorization.AUG 2005 95 . NUCC Form 8.
I will not leave prior to the time shown in Item 7. Class of: 6. Name (Last.1SG NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . f. Have instructors acknowledge your leave in block 12. complete the following: (check one) CMC__ CC__ d. leave this request must be submitted NLT 2000 hours on the preceding Sunday. Reason: I__I I I 11.(location) I certify that the above statements are correct.Post on Cadet Door. Departure: Day/Time/ DD/ MM / YYYY 10.Requesting Cadet Date / Time Submitted to Company 12. Instructions: a. DISTRIBUTION: White . d. Recommended Action: yes / no Company Commander/1SG Signature approve (circle) Date / Time yes / no Battalion Commander Signature approve (circle) Date / Time yes / no Battalion Commandant Signature approve (circle) Date / Time 14.AUG 2005 96 . I have complied with regulations pertaining to leave. Signature . Check tour balance and training schedule. I will post an approved copy of this form to my door prior to my departure. Certification: a.1) 1. First. c. Leave Address and Phone Number 3. I secured my assigned weapon --------------------------------------------. c. b. Pink . I am not scheduled for duty or training. Indicate below the academic classes or Corps training that will be missed: MON TUES WED THURS FRI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13. g. e. For weekend.APPENDIX A APPLICATION FOR LEAVE (NUCC Form 8. Type Leave Requested: 8. If yes. Yellow . Sec VIII) b. Return: Day/ Time/ DD/ MM / YYYY 4. Complete blocks 1-11. Company Emergency Medical I__I Military Regular 9. e . I (circle one) am / am not on confinement. MI) 5. I have obtained my instructor's initials in block 12. Tour Balance 7. I have no scheduled examinations and have cleared Leave with instructors of the classes to be missed. Emergency leave must be hand carried through the approval process to Bn Commandant. (See NU Student R&R Chapter 8.Cadet Records.
training. DOE. Note — see Rules and regulations define what constitutes emergency leave Block #7 (Departure) Block #8 (Return) List: Day/Time/DD/MM/YYYY List: Day/Time/DD/MM/YYYY Friday/1400/01/11/2004 Sunday/1900/03/11/2004 Block #9 (Tour Balance) record number of Uncompleted 0 Marching or work tours.) Block #5 (Leave Address) Print complete address to include 123 Main Street Phone number where you can be Parkplace. Smith is vehicle commander. For example: depart in POV. and identify vehicle commander.) Block #2 (Dorm/Room) Print Dorm Name and Room # (Hawkins 112) Block #3 (Class) Print academic class year (2007) Block #4 (Company) Print Company (spell out) (Alpha Co.. Space provided for commander's to add remarks as to recommendations or to qualify or amend departure or return date/time CO (cadet may depart after FAP) B/CO (Concur above) AC (approve based on revised departure) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Visit family Block #11 (Certification) Read carefully and circle I am or am not on confinement as appropriate. Company Commander signature and circle recommendation list date/time Battalion Commander signature and circle recommendation list date/time Assistant Commandant signature denotes approval Block #14 (instructions) Read and comply Pay close attention to timelines Block #15 (remarks) Cadet should indicate mode of transportation. NUCC 8.AUG 2005 97 . MI (e.1 must be completed properly to protect the individual going on leave as well as assisting the chain of command to maintain personnel accountability. First.1) The following instructions are provided for your information.APPENDIX A APPLICATION FOR LEAVE INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8. E. If confined.g. accompanied by cadets Smith and Wesson. John. New York 10101 Reached in an emergency (202) 989-1234 Block #6 (Type Leave) Place an "x" in the appropriate Leave block. Note any tours will require CMDT approval Block #10 (Reason) Print a brief explanation as to reason for leave. For approval. passengers. or formations that you will miss Use course abbreviations from course catalog Block #13 (Recommended Action) TO BE COMPLETED BY CHAIN OF COMMAND AND forwarded to appropriate assistant commandant. The leave form. place "x" on appropriate ( C M C _ CC ) Sign your name and print the date/time submitted leave to company Block #12 (Absences) Print classes. Block #1 (Name) Print Last Name.
AUG 2005 98 .APPENDIX A EXAMPLE: APPLICATION FOR LEAVE (NUCC Form 8.1) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
2) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 99 .APPENDIX B ADMINSTRATIVE ACTION FORM INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8.
2LT.. SSG. 1 LT. The Unit Commander of 1 SG normally initiates this form as a result of favorable action or corrective measure. Room Change.APPENDIX B ADMINSTRATIVE ACTION FORM INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8. and C co gaining 1SG NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Room Change. Print Dorm Name and Room Number c. MAJ. Duty Assignment. 1 SG. CSM. Changes may only be made if and when approved by gaining Assistant Commandant. COL) b. CPL. Change of Rank. Promoted to Captain assigned Command of Golf Company Block #5 (Acknowledged by): Signature of cadet effected by this proposed action. "Unit" and "Class" of the cadet affected by the requested change. and Company Assignment. LTC. C co losing 1SG. e. Print appropriate rank (PVT. SGT. Signature implies cadet has been made aware of recommendation (may or may not concur) Block #6 (Recommendations): Losing Company Commander Losing Battalion Commander Gaining Company Commander Losing Battalion Commander Block #7 (Approval): Losing Assistant Commandant Gaining Assistant Commandant Block #8 (Actions): Room Key Returned to housing office: Room Condition Report Complete: New Key Issued by Housing Office: Room Condition report Complete: Initial and date circle approve yes/no Initial and date circle approve yes/no Initial and date circle approve yes/no Sign and date circle approve yes/no Initial and date circle approve yes/no Sign and date circle approve yes/no initials of cadet verifying same and date complete initials of cadet verifying same and date complete initials of cadet verifying same and date complete initials of cadet verifying same and date complete Copies: Original cadet 201 file. do a separate form for each cadet. Print former and new duty position as enumerated on Unit Manning Roster d. If change affects more than one cadet. Block #1 Block #2 Block #3 Enter date initiating request Print "Name" Last name.2) This form is a multipurpose form used to request a variety of administrative actions or changes to status of individual cadets. Duty Assignment. Complete only those blocks that are pertinent. a. Complete one or more of the following blocks as appropriate: Change Rank. SFC.AUG 2005 100 . Print Company Name Block #4 (Reason for Action): Provide brief explanation for action. first MI "Rank".g. Company Assignment. CPT. MSG. PFC.
APPENDIX B ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION FORM (NUCC Form 8.2) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 101 .
Authorized Absences: a. Infirmary b. Date: 3. Unit: 2. Special Status (SS) e. Formation/training: 4. or 1 SG) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Present: 6.APPENDIX C NUCC ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT (NUCC FORM 8.AUG 2005 102 . XO. Duty (enumerate) c. Assigned Strength: 5. Absent Place of Duty: Unit Name Rank Unit Name Rank Unit Name Rank Muster FAP Reveille PT Retreat TAT other______________ Signature: ________________________(CO. Work Study d. Detached Service (DS) f.3) 1. Leave/pass 7.
Reports originate at squads and are consolidated and forwarded thru platoon. IN TURN. legible. Work-study number cadets d. Infirmary number cadets b.g. company. As you complete this report bear in mind that this report is a source document for subsequent related actions. 10 Platoon Print Last Name. DS number cadets f. XO. A consolidated accountability report will be completed daily by the 1 SG and signed by the company commander. Once the report is completed it will be forwarded to the Battalion CSM. First Initial Record cadet rank Commander. Leave/pass number cadets Block #7 (APOD) Unit: Name: Rank: Block #8 (signature) Identify subordinate element e. SS number cadets e.APPENDIX C ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8. THE BATTALION REPORT IS DUE TO REGIMENT NLT 1900 HOURS. and complete.3) Purpose: The purpose of the accountability report is to record an accurate account of all cadets by respective companies. This will be accomplished as soon as possible but in all cases no later than one hour after the scheduled training/formation.g. and battalion and then to the Regiment. Duty number cadets c. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 103 . it is essential that all information is accurate.. THE BATTALION CSM WILL COMPLETE A CONSOLIDATEDACCOUNTABILITY REPORT FOR THE BATTALION COMMANDER'S SIGNATURE.. Block #1 (Unit) Print Unit designation e. or 1SG must sign for company Platoon Leader or PSG may sign if platoon report Squad leader must sign if squad report. "Alpha Company Block #2 (Date) Record date/time training/formation using Day/Hour/DD/MM/YYYY Block #3 (Formation/training) Block #4 (Assigned Strength) present Block #5 (Present) total Circle appropriate event or specify other event Record unit assigned strength Officers/NCOs/Enlisted Record number Block #6 (Authorized Absences) a. Therefore.
4) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .APPENDIX D-PERSTAT (NUCC FORM 8.AUG 2005 104 .
first MI) use back of form if space required Make remarks on losses (explain why) cadet DFR (financial. The Regimental S 1 will prepare a consolidated report. detached service and spot loss reports. academics.the TOE authorizes 1250 cadet this number remains constant Assigned – enter actual number of cadets assigned by unit List Officers/NCOs/Enlisted Attachments — enter number of attached (e. battle rosters. lifestyle) Prepared by: Print name of S l personnel preparing form and initial Certified by: Print name of R/S 1 or R/XO certifying accuracy and initial NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Information for this report is taken from daily strength reports. Block #1 (date) Block #2 (formation) enter date Day/hour/DDIMM/YYYY circle appropriate training/formation else specify other Block #3 Authorized . The S l shall brief the current PERSTAT during weekly command and staff... sign for the commander and submit to the Commandant's Office (ATTN: Deputy Commandant) NLT 1100 hours on the first working day following the formation/training event. sick slips.g.4) Purpose: The PERSTAT is used to report the personnel strength for the Regiment.APPENDIX D PERSONNEL STATUS REPORT (PERSTAT) INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8. 4/24/34 Part II Annotate gains or losses – print names (last.g. foreign exchange students) Table – complete the table entering columns Officer/NCO/enlisted e.AUG 2005 105 .
AUG 2005 106 .5) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .APPENDIX E CADET ACCIDENT REPORT (NUCC FORM 8.
what. DD/MM/YYYY) Enter narrative — who.. etc.g. and how Enter yes/no as appropriate Enter medical treatment facility e.g. Alpha Co Print Cadet Rank Enter year group e. CPL e. The OOG shall notify the CDO and log the incident report to his/her duty log..AUG 2005 107 . This form alerts personnel managers and cadet leaders to potential changes in status and may trigger other personnel actions. Infirmary. Central Vermont Hospital. Enumerate leader actions taken to respond (include date time) Identify complete contact information for cadet initiating report Should be the logical person to seek out if more information required NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . 2009 Enter Date/time of accident (Day.g. Any responsible individual having knowledge of the incident should report the accident to the Officer of the Guard.g. First MI of injured cadet Identify Unit assigned/attached e.5) Purpose: This form is used to report any incident resulting in an injury to a cadet requiring medical attention. hour. 2nd Pit. when.APPENDIX E CADET ACCIDENT REPORT INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8... Block #1 Block #2 Block #3 Block #4 Block #5 Block #6 Block #7 Block #8 Block #9 Block #10 Print Last Name. Dartmouth Medical Center. where.
AUG 2005 108 .APPENDIX F-DUTY ROSTER (NUCC FORM 8.12) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
The Inspector General will inspect Duty Rosters frequently to ensure fairness and impartiality. When assigned an "A" cadet number remains constant which translates to he/she will pull the first duty upon his/her return to duty status. UMR suggests roughly 125 NCOs available to pull this duty. Cadet assigned duty must be on call 2300-0600 daily. emergency leave. • If a cadet (Cadet A) wishes to switch duty. Highest to lowest. Designate the duty with a "D". Duty Rosters and Responsible Managers • The Regimental CSM manages the following duty rosters: o Regimental Duty Officer (RDO) — This roster includes all commissioned officers to include R/CDR. If Cadet B fails to report for duty. XO. o Regimental Support Duty. he/she is assigned the number "1" the day following the duty. There are a number of circumstances that might cause a cadet to serve on more than one duty roster. the 1SG assigns an "A". UMR suggests roughly 105 officers available to pull this duty. REGIMENTAL DUTY OFFICER). The following principles must be applied: • Everyone eligible to pull (perform) a specific duty must be on the roster. Cadet A is AWOL and subject to discipline under Chapter 9.AUG 2005 109 . The 1SG includes all the 1st and 2nd platoon leadership (Platoon Leader. and SL. • Each Company 1 SG manages the following: o Barracks Duty Officer.APPENDIX F DUTY ROSTER INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8. Other authorized absences include: DS. military leave. • Assign the first day's duty to the first cadet listed on the roster. the second day's duty to the second cadet. etc. Each day the cadet does not pull duty.6) THE DUTY ROSTER. o Regimental Duty Sergeant (RDS) — This roster includes all noncommissioned officers rank SSG through CSM to include the R/CSM. In such cases it is possible that a cadet might be credited with a "D" for performing another duty. • If a cadet is sick and cannot pull duty. The assigned cadet (Cadet A) is ultimately responsible for the duty. and 1SG). The cadet with the highest number is assigned the next duty. This duty requires one leader present company area during call to quarters (1900-2300) weekdays and all day weekends and holidays... If roster includes all officers.6 IS MODELED AFTER THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (DA) FORM 6 AND IS USED TO ENSURE EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF ASSIGNED DUTIES (E. This detail requires three personnel each day. confined to infirmary. or regular leave scheduled before posting the duty roster. his/her number increases sequentially until the cadet amasses the highest number earns the next duty. first list Colonels followed by LTC. and Squad Leaders) and company key leaders (Company CDR. • Weekdays and Weekend Duties are run separately but maintained on the same roster. meaning authorized absence. The R/CSM assigns this duty to a company to pull for an entire week commencing 1700 hours Thursday following Command Retreat and ending 0700 the following Thursday. NU Rules and Regulations. MAI. (e. The 1SG runs the roster for the week his/her company is assigned the detail. • The system attempts to limit each cadet to one and only one duty roster. Excludes 2nd PSG. • If a cadet is removed from the duty roster [examples: emergency leave. • Once a cadet pulls a duty.g. Platoon Sergeant. Number the days following the "D". Roster includes all juniors (SGT and below) and all sophomores assigned to the company. all sophomores and juniors in the grade/rank SGT and CPL pull Support Detail.G. Therefore a properly run duty roster should equate to each officer pulling two weekday duties and one weekend duty. confined to quarters. • List cadets alphabetically and by rank. he/she must find his or her own replacement (Cadet B). CPT. NUCC FORM 8. This ensures equal distribution of weekday (M-F) and weekend (Sa-Su) duties. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . Assign the first weekend duty to the first cadet and the second weekend duty to the second cadet. etc in order. See example. etc. or withdrawal from the university] the 1SG will notify all cadets and amend the roster moving each cadet up one day to cover the absence(s).
7) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 110 .APPENDIX G SICK SLIP (NUCC Form 8.
MI Enter date/time as appropriate Enter symptoms or complaint Check appropriate block If none entered. This form is completed by infirmary and distributed: yellow copy to infirmary. Block #1 Block #2 Block #3 Block #4 Block #5 Block #6 Block #7 Print last name. If unknown. and pink copy to individual cadet. The classification block provides invaluable information essential to accounting for sick or convalescing cadets. cadets shall retain the pink copy in their possession and BPT provide as authorized absence if challenged by leader or staff. it is assumed that the cadet is returned to duty with no restrictions List medical profile (limitations). Physician's signature Class: Unit: NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .APPENDIX G SICK SLIP INSTRUCTIONS NUCC FORM 8. The instructions block provides limits or constraints to sick/injured cadet participation in training. Helpful to include rehabilitative instructions e.g. We cannot have cadets with never ending profiles.7 Purpose: The sick slip documents cadet has been seen by a medical professional and should include any medical profiles that might limit cadet participation in training. What can this cadet do to improve his/her medical condition in order to return to duty. Must include an expiration date. first. Individual cadets are responsible for communicating the nature and duration of their profile with their respective cadet leaders. enter date for follow-up evaluation. white copy to Commandant's Office.AUG 2005 111 . Additionally..
APPENDIX H SPECIAL STATUS REPORT (NUCC Form 8.AUG 2005 112 .8) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
Procedure: The S l Section Clerk retrieves yellow sick slips from the Commandant's Office and prepares Special Status Report to include: unit. Upon update. name. the S l Section Clerk will photocopy SS Report Form and distribute to respective unit box.AUG 2005 113 . The R/S 1 staff updates the report daily (based on input from 1SGs and Commandant's Office). Block #1 Block #2 Date (as of Day/hour/DD/MM/YYYY) list cadet name (last. The consolidated report serves as an accountability roster for students required to attend SS formations. profile/limitations. date reported. MI) Unit Rank Effective date (DD/MM/YYYY) Expiration Date (DD/MM/YYYY) Enter Y or N if special uniform authorized (see NUCC Form 8-8) Signature and printed name/rank of S/1 staff preparing and verifying information Block #3 NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . first. and publishes a weekly report. class.8) Purpose: The Special Status Report is used to identify those students with medical profiles limiting their participation in NUCC training and formations. special uniform. date expires.APPENDIX H SPECIAL STATUS REPORT INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC Form 8.
9) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 114 .APPENDIX I SPECIAL UNIFORM AUTHORIZATION (NUCC Form 8.
Cadet must carry signed authorization slip and produce same upon challenge of cadet leaders. yellow copy unit.APPENDIX I SPECIAL UNIFORM AUTHORIZATION INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 8. The AC/CSM will complete the form..9) Purpose: If sick slip indicates cadet cannot wear the complete uniform of the day. first MI) Unit: Check appropriate block or specify in other__ Enter effective date/time and expiration date/time. cadet will report to his/her Assistant Commandant or the Senior Enlisted Advisor to receive instructions about which uniform they must wear. then the authorization will not be granted unless the cadet is in possession of documentation from the Uniform Clothing Store (e. Enter justification (reason for modification) If the request for special uniform is based on an unserviceable or missing item. Note — only the assistant commandant can approve a modification to the cadet uniform. Block #1 Block #2 Block #3 Block #4 Block #5 Print cadet name (last.AUG 2005 115 . and pink copy individual Block # 6 Block # 7 Distribution: NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . a service receipt or an order form) Print Name/Rank Assistant Commandant authorizing modification Sign and date white copy cadet 201.g.
AUG 2005 116 . NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .APPENDIX J EXCUSED ABSENCE FORM (front) (green—unnumbered) All students are responsible for reading the statement on the back of this form before completing it.
AUG 2005 117 .APPENDIX J EXCUSED ABSENCE FORM (back) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
First MI. Students on Special Status are not excused from classes. Submit the completed form to the Cadet Records/Housing Office. In fact.AUG 2005 118 . obtaining class notes. Also reminds students that an excused absence does not relieve student from completing course requirements. The administrative assistant will make copies and distribute it to all affected professors and academic advisors. Social Security Number. and include NU Box # Record date and time departing University and date and time returning to the University Provide a brief concise statement explaining reason for the absence. Forms are available thru the Cadet Housing/Records Office or your respective Assistant Commandant.APPENDIX J EXCUSED ABSENCE FORM INSTRUCTIONS (Green — unnumbered) The Commandant's Office does not generate the unexcused absence form. Instead. If Assistant Commandant concurs. Print: Last Name. annotate Corps. complete the form for Assistant Commandant's signature. Cadets are encouraged to discuss reasons for absence prior to completing form. Read and sign attesting Cadet acknowledges consequences for missing classes. the form is generated under provision of the Norwich University Academic Regulations as a means to inform professors of student absences which fall under the following two categories: 1) Illness. Save time and paper — ensure your reason meets criteria. form includes a warning that excessive class absences excused or not still might impact the student's final grade. as confirmed by the university medical staff or other appropriate medical authority. or making up exams or labs. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . 2) Emergency Leave as approved by the Deputy Commandant. Special emphasis — the academic regulations promulgate that such excused absences require notifying professors in advance.
Warren Aylward. Vermont Class A Founders Day Parade Request the cadets listed be placed on Official Absence. Keith Carchedi. If approved. Ryan Bass. the Commandant distributes copies. Michael Chandler. Detached Service: (List in alpha order. Kenneth Johnson. 2004 DESTINATION AND UNIFORM PURPOSE Windsor.APPENDIX K EXAMPLE: DETACHED SERVICE REQUEST FORMAT FROM: LTC James Bennett TO: Commandant TIME/DATE OF DEPARTURE TIME/DATE OF RETURN 0800 hours — Nov 5th. 3. Craig Barrett. Angelo Alexander. Amanda Gallagher. Meegan LaGrega.AUG 2005 119 . Brandon Beurmann. Hillary Brudnicki. 2004 1700 hours — Nov 5th. Sponsoring Official completes form through signature block and delivers form to the Commandant not less than 72 hours before requesting Detached Service. First the Registrar and subsequently the Commandant act (approves/disapproves) on the request. Veronica Britch. Kevin Bishop. Distribution: White Copy – Sponsoring Official Yellow Copy – Cadet Records/Housing Office Pink Copy . Matt Kelley.Registrar's Office NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . 2. Sarah Fafard. James Davis. Richard SIGNATURE OF SPONSORING OFFICIAL Dept/Rank/Ext REGISTRAR APPROVAL Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band Band DATE SUBMITTED 2007 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2006 2006 2006 2007 COMMANDANT'S APPROVAL INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Jordan Henneberry. company and class year) Acevedo.
This form is initiated by a sponsoring official seeking permission to excuse cadets/students from classes. The Registrar's Office signs recommending his/her approval and forwards the Detached Service Request to the Deputy Commandant for approval. training. or formations to participate in off campus activity (field trips. athletic contests. If approved.APPENDIX K DETACHED SERVICE FORM INSTRUCTIONS Detached Service. etc). Each individual cadet listed as detached service bears the personal responsibility to inform his/her superiors as to their status.AUG 2005 120 . and pink copy to the Registrar. Instructions: Block #1 Block #2 Block #3 Block #4 Block #5 Block #6 Block #7 Block #8 Block #9 Block #10 Block #11 Print/type name of sponsoring official Commandant (current inventory already addressed to Commandant) Enter time and date of departure Enter time and date of expected return Enter destination and prescribed uniform for the event Enter a brief description or purpose of the event List in alpha order cadets requested participate Signature — Sponsoring Official Enter date submitted (must be 72 hours prior to event) Registrar signature (if approve) Deputy Commandant signature NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . (Triplicate — unnumbered). yellow copy to Housing/Cadet Records' Office. the Deputy Commandant distributes copies as follows: white copy to sponsoring official. The Sponsoring Official must complete the form and submit it to the Registrar NLT 72 hours prior to the requested Detached Service. Commanders/First Sergeant may verify DS by calling the Housing/Cadet Records' Office (x2138).
APPENDIX L EXAMPLE: DOOR CARD (also see Chp 11) NUCC SSG PARTRIDGE ND 2 SQD LDR ST ST 1 PLT. 1 BN CLASS OF 2008 MAJOR CJ ROTC ARMY CLUB(S) MCW. A Co.AUG 2005 121 . SKI CLUB SPORT(S) ____________________ COMMITTEE(S)YEAR BOOK CLASS SCHEDULE SUN MON EN 201 WEBB 107 0800-0850 TUE WED THU FRI SAT NS 201 EN 201 PLUMLEY 10 WEBB 107 0800-0850 0800-0850 H 221 DEWEY 309 0900-1055 SP 111 WEBB 104 1000-1155 TAT 1300-1350 PO 211 DEWEY 211 1400-1450 PO 211 DEWEY 211 1400-1450 SP 111 WEBB 104 1000-1155 NS 201 EN 201 PLUMLEY 10 WEBB 107 0800-0850 0800-0850 H 221 DEWEY 309 0900-1055 SP 111 WEBB 104 1000-1155 FAP 1300-1350 PO 211 DEWEY 211 1400-1450 TIME OUT TIME RTN ON CAMPUS OFF CAMPUS LEAVE/PASS DS INFIRMARY LOCATION:________________________________________________ NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) .
Cadet Quest entered NUCC with Class 2005 but was deployed with his USMC Reserve unit causing him to migrate to the Class of 2007. which can be slid along the base of the form to annotate status. First. lab. The door card procedure assists leaders account for subordinates and is designed to aid/protect the individual cadet. and year group shall comply. MI Print Duty Position Print Unit Enter Class (most cadets enter class or origin). enter UBS Enter ROTC affiliation — both Marines and Navy enter NROTC List all clubs and intercollegiate sports List any committees for which you participate Enter Class number. He slides paperclip to box marked DS to reflect his absence. For example TAT and FAP. The door card shall be affixed to the door or tack board in such a manner so as to permit the use of a paper clip. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) . or NUCC activity Ensure Cadets record mandatory NUCC Training periods and parades. NUCC SOP.AUG 2005 122 . Friday Cadet Quest departs for away wrestling match. location and time for each scheduled class. Print Rank Last Name. cadets are highly encouraged to adjust class to reflect their anticipated graduation class. The cadet door card must be maintained and accurately reflect student location. However.APPENDIX L DOOR CARD INSTRUCTIONS This form is affixed to student door in accordance with Chapter 11. For example. Barracks and Room Organization. rank. For example. Each individual cadet regardless of class. Type Academic Major — undeclared.
Bums. Norwich Leadership Development Program (LDP). Norwich Honor Code. Communicate Clearly. Wiley and Sons. Howard. xxxxx. Training Management Personal Etiquette. Training the Force. Leadership Theory and Practice. Service Etiquette. Peter G. In addition.. Norwich University Corps of Cadets Standard Operating Procedures (NUCCSOP) Norwich Guiding Values. Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations. Free Press. The Training and Leadership Development domains are the broad focus areas for all training and/or leader development. Roberta M. xxxxx 9-2 The Role of the Deputy Commandant's Staff. Army Leadership. Peltason. Equal Opportunity and Title IX. DK Publishing. the Senior Enlisted Advisor assists him in training cadet Officers and NCOs. Inc. Physical Fitness Training. Norwich History and Cadet Handbook. Command and Staff Functions Rook Orientation. FM 21-11. Corps Promotions. FM 101-5. Prentice Hall. Inc.. Staff Organization and Operations. Military Skills. Northouse. FM 21-20. James Q. New York.Corps Master Training Task List (MTTL) to Chapter 9 -Training and Leadership Development of this NUCC SOP.CHAPTER 9 TRAINING AND LEADER DEVELOPMENT 9-1. Cronin and Magleby. References. NY 1993 Heller. Upper Saddle River. Drill and Ceremony. The Director of Leadership Development and Training (DOLD-T) and four (4) Assistant Commandants (one for each of the line or provisional battalions) assist him with unit and cadet officer leader training. NY 1998 Swartz. Domains. Personal Fitness and Wellness. NY 1995. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 • • • • • • 123 . and Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention. • • • • • • • • • • • • Norwich Student Rules and Regulations. Government by the People. The Norwich University Corps of Cadets Standard Operating Procedures. Associated cadet training objectives for each domain are listed at Appendix A .. a. NJ 2000 Gilbert. Sage Publications. The Deputy Commandant is responsible for supervising all Corps training. The supporting training objectives associated with each domain are essential tasks that must be trained to standard for the Corps and/or cadets to be considered trained. MA 1992 Wilson. FM 22-100. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Norwich University Academic Regulations Norwich University Cadet Handbook. Robert. Each domain is important to their full integration in the Corps and realizing a complete Norwich education. Thousand Oaks. Drill and Ceremony. Goals and Objectives? Cadets who attend Norwich are educated on the twenty-three (23) domains listed below. Gardner. FM 22-5. The Green Mountain Experience. 9-3 What are the Corps Training Domains. The Moral Sense. New York. FM 7-0. Danvers. Leading Minds. Basic Books.. Community Service and Relations. Extraordinary Relationships. CA 2001. Followership. First Aid. New York.
b. 7) Retain 100% of assigned cadets each semester. Socials and Events. d. Participate in the Green Mountain Experience. Cadets fill out Leadership Assessments (See Appendix B. and upon reaching a legal drinking age. and it's Corps of Cadets to successfully assume their roles as members of the Corps. Instruct freshmen on basic leadership. Rook Orientation Week (ROW) (Late August).• • • • • Corps Parades. 2) Develop cadet belief in and adherence to the NU Guiding Values and Honor Code. rules and regulations. Instruct upperclassmen on advanced leadership that will permit them to further develop their leadership potential and increased responsibility. g. Instruct new recruits (Rooks) on basic military skills and knowledge. 5) Develop fitness and wellness ethos in all cadets with the goal of passing the NUPFT. Junior and Senior] Leadership Training (ULT) (September-October and January-February).0 GPA or better each semester. Ceremonies. Field an intramural team in all intramural activities. These assessments and/or formal counseling statements (See Appendix C. traditions and history of Norwich University. 3) Teach. Basic Leadership Training (January-February). Counselings and Surveys (CLACS) (mid-November-Early December and March-1st Week April). customs. Norwich history. 6) Assist NU Admissions to recruit high school scholar-athlete-leaders with the goal of attracting the best students to Norwich. assess and counsel all cadets IAW the NU Leadership Development Program (LDP) guidelines. Corps Competitions. 9-4 How the Corps Trains? The Corps of Cadets training program encompasses ten (10) training and/or leadership development periods throughout a school year: See Figure 9-1 below a. Rook Basic Training (RBT) (September to mid November). Corps Assessments. and are counseled on their performance twice a year by the appropriate cadet superior leader and/or Commandant's staff. Administratively and logistically in-process incoming new recruits (Rooks) to include registering for classes. Prepare cadet leaders for their leadership positions in the Corps each year. e. Corps Unit and/or Individual Cadet Goals. Instruct incoming new recruits (Rooks) on additional military knowledge and skills. cohesion and pride. The Deputy Commandant conducts annual promotion boards for next year's leaders. First Aid. L e a d e r s h i p Assessment Form 9-1. Cadet submits requests for leadership positions NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 124 . (a) (b) (c) Perform company level community service project. meeting height & weight standards for age and sex. Cadet Leader Week (CLW) (Mid August). drinking responsibly. Feedback and Reports. Future Leader Selection and Promotion (January through March). Selected assessments are placed in graduating senior's Leadership Portfolio (LP). (NUCC Mission Essential Task List (METL) 1) Create a positive academic learning environment with the goal of every cadet improving their academic performance and/or attaining a 3. Human Communications. and the honor code that enables them to perform to an acceptable standard in the Corps. Freshmen are permitted to assume Corporal level leadership positions to begin learning what a corporal in the Corps does. NU Standard Counseling Form. c. f. remaining drug free. NUCC Form 9-2) are then placed in a cadet's personnel file while he/she remains a cadet. mentor. 4) Build platoon and company unit discipline. Upperclassmen [Sophomore. b. Corps Leadership Assessments.
during the second semester prior to Final Exams. Board results are reviewed and approved by the Commandant. 3) Request facilities for all major training for the upcoming school year. 4) Requisition training resources not on hand for all major training. to receive the Norwich MCV diploma. Cadet Physical Fitness Test Records will be maintained by the Deputy Commandant’s Office on all cadets. After all the future leaders are selected. they are placed on a Promotion List (OML) and the top cadets from each class are boarded.within the Corps. Senior cadets must pass either the Corps PFT or ROTC PFTs. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 125 . NUCC Form 705. Corps of Cadets. The President selects next year's Regimental Cadet Colonel. 5) Prepare Draft OPORDs and Lesson Plans for Cadet Leader Week (CLW) and Rook Orientation Week (ROW). All cadets will undergo an NUPFT each semester. j. i. The purpose of the CPC is: 1) To review the proposed upcoming school year Corps Training Plan. NU Physical Fitness Program (NUPFP). Corps Physical Fitness Training (CPFT)* (August through April). NU Physical Fitness Test Scorecard. (Mid-May after Final Exams). Chapter 8. See Appendix D. they undergo a two-week training program that begins with a Corps Promotion Parade and ends with formal Leadership Training revolving around the NUCCRR and NUCC SOP. h. Section XIII. All cadets are required to participate in Corps PT from initial enrollment until graduation or separation. Corps PT is conducted every Tuesday and Thursday morning during the school year from 0600-0650 for all cadets not participating in ROTC Physical Fitness Programs. Future Cadet Leader Training (FCLT) (April). 2) Establish taskings for specific corps units and cadets. See the NU Student Rules and Regulations. Corps Planning Conference (CPC).
The Leadership Minor (optional). Freshmen Basic Leadership Training (FBLT) LDP-SelfAssessment.Ldr LDP Orienta tion (N ) How the Corps Trains and Develops Leaders Future Ldr LDP Review (New) Future Ldr Staff Ride to USMA a. a. UpperClassmen Leadership Training (ULT) LDP-SelfAssessment. Future Cadet Leader Training (FCLT) One three credit “CORE” Leadership Course required of all cadets (T) [New] Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May b1. Surveys & Performance Counseling and Future Ldr Selections (Revised) Corps Planning Conference (CPC) (new) Figure 9-1 9-5 How the Corps Develops Leaders .The Leadership Development Program (LDP). In addition. "CORE" Leadership Course Requirement. Domain Evaluation. Rook Basic Training (RBT) c2. Objectives: 1) Develop NU Guiding Values. See the Norwich University Course Catalogue for more details. b. UpperClassmen Leadership Training (ULT) 1x Month Ldr Action Review e. The Corps as a NU Designated Leadership Domain. 2) Provide experiential leadership learning opportunities for cadets. Rook Orientatio n Week (ROW) c1. candidates for the minor must present a portfolio documenting the achievement of competencies outline by the Leadership Development Program (LDP).0 GPA" or "C" or better for the minor. The Corps is one of seven leadership domains a NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 126 . Domain Evaluation. Leadership Portfolio Format). This course provides the relevant documented research and theory on the subject of leadership for cadets to then experientially apply the theory in their Corps responsibilities. d. 3) Evaluate and document cadet leadership development in the Corps in a leadership portfolio (See Appendix E. Students must complete six courses with a grade of "2. ( Pending Approval) All cadets must take a Leadership Course as their general social science education requirement. c. attributes and competencies essential for effective leadership after graduation. Surveys & Performance Counseling and And Future Ldr Selection (Revised) d. Cadet Leader Training (CLT) Rook LDP Orientatio n (N ) b2. 4) Provide leadership counseling and a leadership portfolio review for all graduating senior cadets.
LDP Performance Counseling and Feedback. The other six are Academics. Rooks will be given an LDP orientation during Rook Week. f. The Curriculum includes the following LDP directed leadership competencies: 1) Build Teams. The Corps Leadership Curriculum. Specific Rook. See Figure 9-2 below: NORWICH UNIVERSITY STUDENTS FOUR YEAR PROGRESSIVE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Figure 9-2 e. LDP Cadet Leadership Evaluations. 1) Leader LDP Orientation. Student Life. Upperclassmen Leadership Training. All cadet leaders (C/CPL through C/COL) will receive an annual LDP orientation during Cadet Leader Week prior to the arrival of the new freshmen class. Freshmen Basic Leadership Training. This orientation will explain the program's components to include: Rook LDP Orientation. Community Service. 6) Act Ethically. LDP Based Future Leader Selection. cadets will do LDP practical exercises to learn.cadet may learn and demonstrate leadership. Athletics and Student Activities. 3) Be Responsible for Self and Others. 4) Communicate Effectively. 2) Rook LDP Orientation. ROTC. 2) Take Initiative. In addition. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 127 . Integration of the Corps Leadership Curriculum into Corps Training. the LDP methodology. Freshmen and Upperclassmen leaders’ tasks are listed in the MTTL. 5) Develop Technical Expertise. LDP Leader Action Reviews and LDP Cadet Leadership Portfolio Preparation and Review. Appendix A.
Battalion Commander (BC). See Appendix C. d. The Deputy Commandant and/or the Regimental Commander will conduct a Leader Action Review with selected Corps leaders to review leader performance over a designated period of time. Evaluations. e. Evaluates Battalion officer leaders. 6) LDP Leader Action Reviews. Assists the RCDR approve and evaluate Battalion level training. d. Assists the Battalion Commander train the Battalion. b. Instill Norwich values. and training evaluation results of their unit and individual cadet officers and NCOs are turned in through their cadet chain of command through their Assistant Commandant and Deputy Commandant to the DOLD-T. c. The Regimental. c. usually 4-6 weeks. AARs and Surveys. They are the primary trainers and ensure that all unit and officer training is conducted to standard. Provides copies of Battalion OPORDS. 9-7 Corps Training Responsibilities. Remember your purpose is to develop leaders. Provides copies of Company OPORDS. Approves Battalion level training. 9-6 Principles of Corps Training. a. 5) LDP Based Future Leader Selection. Evaluates Company Commanders. 7) LDP Cadet Leadership Portfolio Preparation and Review. Works with Company Commanders to accomplish Corps and Battalion training and operations. Corps after action reviews and in retaining evaluation records of all Corps level operations and training. e. AARs and Surveys through the Battalion and Regimental Commander to their Assistant NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 128 . Regimental S3. their Assistant Commandant. preparation and administration of Corps evaluations. Cadet Commanders and Training. Directly responsible for providing draft copies for review of all Battalion and subordinate unit OPORDS. Evaluates Platoon Leaders. Evaluations. Training must be performance oriented. See Chapter 1. Assists the BC approve and evaluate Company level training. Directly supervises all Corps level operations and training. 4) LDP Performance Counseling and Feedback. Prepares and administers battalion led evaluations. Regimental Commander (RC). AARs and Surveys through the Deputy Commandant to the DOLD-T. Directly responsible for developing. Approves Company level training. See Chapter 1. Prepares and conducts Corps level After Action Reviews (AAR) and retains evaluation records of all Corps and Battalion level operations and training. AARs and Surveys to the Regimental S3. Oversees the overall training of the Corps. Oversees the overall training of his/her Company. Evaluations. after action reviews and retains evaluation records of all battalion level operations and training. Evaluations. Works with Battalion S3s to accomplish Corps training and operations. company level after action reviews and retains evaluation records. Battalion and Company Commanders are responsible for training units and officer leaders. See Appendix E. Approves and evaluates Platoon level training. coordinating and publishing Battalion OPORDS. Oversees the overall training of his/her Battalion. b. Evaluations. a. AARs and Surveys through the Regimental Commander. Assists in the supervision of all Corps level operations and training. AARs and Surveys. See Appendix B. f. Battalion S3.3) LDP Cadet Leadership Assessments. Evaluations. Provides copies of Corps OPORDS. mutual-respect model and not an adversarial model. attributes and competencies. is evaluated. Directly supervises all Battalion level operations and training. Assists in the preparation and administration of battalion level after action reviews and in retaining evaluation records of all battalion level operations and training. Evaluations. Cadets are to be trained using a positive. coordinating and publishing Corps OPORDS. Provides draft copies for review of all OPORDS. AARs and Surveys to the DOLDT. Company Commander. Directly supervises all Company level operations and training. Assists the Regimental Commander train the Corps. and the Deputy Commandant to the DOLDT. Create and maintain a positive military learning environment. Directly responsible for developing.
permanent Individual Cadet Training Records. f. is evaluated. AARs and Surveys through the Company 1SG/CDR. Corps unit training. Evaluations. Prepares and administers platoon level after action reviews and retains evaluation records of all operations and training. Evaluations. are responsible for overseeing the training of all Corps' individual rook/freshmen and upper class cadets. Directly supervises the NCO support chain efforts to train Rook/freshmen and upperclassmen to standard on individual tasks listed in the Master Training Task List (MTTL). Evaluations. AARs and Surveys through the Regimental CSM and/or Commander to the appropriate Assistant Commandant. Squad Leader. e. Senior Enlisted Advisor and Deputy Commandant. freshmen and upperclassmen in the company to standard on individual tasks listed in the Master Training Task List (MTTL). and maintainer of. they provide individual cadet training results and records to the Unit First Sergeants who are the proponent for. Battalion. and training evaluation results are turned in through their Commanders. Directly supervises the NCO support chain efforts to train Rook/freshmen and upperclassmen in the battalion to standard on individual tasks listed in the Master Training Task List (MTTL). Directly supervises all Squad level operations and training. AARs and Surveys through the Regimental Commander to the appropriate Assistant Commandant. d. Senior Enlisted Advisor and Deputy Commandant. The Regimental S3 Sergeant Major is the proponent for inspecting permanent Individual Cadet and Corp Unit Record(s) for training listed in the Master Training Task List (MTTL). They ensure that all Rook/freshmen and upperclassmen training is conducted to standard. Evaluates all individual cadet training in the Battalion to ensure subordinate NCOs focus on the appropriate training tasks and training records are maintained. Regimental CSM/CDR to the appropriate AC. b. o o o o Directly supervises the NCO support chain efforts to train Rook/freshmen and/or upperclassmen in the platoon to standard on individual tasks listed in the MTTL. a. Battalion and Regimental Commander to their Assistant Commandant. Provides copies of Corps. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 g. Battalion Command Sergeant Major. Platoon and Squad OPORDS. Provides copies of Platoon and Squad OPORDS. Directly supervises all Platoon level operations and training. the Assistant Commandant. Evaluations. Company First Sergeants and Platoon Sergeants. Provides copies of Platoon OPORDS. He/She assists the Regimental CSM implement techniques and/or procedures to manage individual training and the Regimental S3. to the Deputy Commandant. In addition. Evaluates all individual cadet training to ensure subordinate NCOs focus on the appropriate training tasks and that they are trained to standard and training records are maintained. Battalion CSM/CDR. Oversees the overall training of individual cadets in the Corps through the supervision of the Corps NCO Chain. Provides the Company Commander advice on individual training of cadets in the company. Platoon and Squad OPORDS. Provides the Regimental Commander advice on Individual training of cadets in the Corps. c. Provides copies of Company. Regimental Command Sergeant Major.Commandant. Provides copies of Battalion. Oversees the overall training of individual cadets in the battalion through the battalion NCO Chain. 9-8 Cadet NCOs and Training. Provides the platoon leader advice on individual training of cadets in the platoon. Platoon and Squad OPORDS. The Regimental and Battalion Command Sergeants Majors. AARs and Surveys through the Company. Company. Oversees the overall training of individual cadets in the company. o 129 . Approves and evaluates squad level training. Evaluates all individual cadet training in the platoon to ensure subordinate NCOs focus on the appropriate tasks and individual and platoon training records are maintained. Senior Enlisted Advisor and Deputy Commandant. Evaluations. AARs and Surveys through the Battalion CSM/CDR and the Regimental CSM/CDR to the appropriate Assistant Commandant. Regimental S3 Sergeant Major. Directly supervises the NCO support chain efforts to train Rooks. Platoon Leader. Company. Company First Sergeant. Senior Enlisted Advisor and Deputy Commandant. Platoon Sergeant. Oversees the overall training of his/her Platoon.
Senior Enlisted Advisor and Deputy Commandant. conducts squad level after action reviews and retains evaluation records of all individual and squad training. AARs and Surveys through the Platoon Sergeant/Leader. Prepares and administers individual evaluations. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 130 . it is managed using these steps. and Regimental CSM/CDR to the appropriate AC. conducts team level after action reviews and retains evaluation records of all individual and team level training. Team Leader. g. Determine Training Objectives and Resources >>> Plan and Coordinate Training and Resources >>> Prepare Trainers and Obtain Resources Execute Training >>> Assess Training and Submit Written Feedback and Training Records >>> Provide Continuous Feedback throughout the Cycle. 9-9 The Corps Training Management Cycle and Weekly Tempo. Company 1 SG/CDR. Evaluations.o o Prepares and administers individual evaluations. Review Master Training Task List. o o Directly supervises all Team level operations and training. Battalion CSM/CDR. Provides copies of Squad OPORDS. The Corps uses standard training time each week to conduct Corps training. In addition.
Performance Counseling And Ldr Selection or Ldr Selection Review Regular Dinner Athlete Dinner 3x Month CDR’s Time (1 hr) Co Tng Mtgs (1 hr) SGT’s Time SGT’s Time (1 hr) (1 hr) Honor Com Social (2 hrs) Social (2 hrs) (1 hr) Corps Academic Study Time (3. Club Sports and /or Intramurals (2 hrs per day) egt md & aff * 1x Semester LDP-SelfAssessment.5 hrs) Review NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 131 .WHEN THE CORPS TRAINS Figure 9-3 0530.5 hrs per day) 1x MonthCmdt / Regt Cdr Ldr Action Corps Academics (3. Domain Evaluation.Wake-Up 0600 06000645 06450710 071508001200 12001300 13001350 14001450 15001550 16001750 17001750 18001900 18301920 19302300 2300 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun ROTC PT (45min) Corps PT ROTC PT Band ROTC PT (45min) Corps PT ROTC PT Band ROTC PT (45min) Corps Personal Hygiene First Formation-March to Breakfast Corps Academics (4 hrs per day) 3x Month Rook Basic Tng *(4 hrs) 1x Month Upperclas s Ldr Tng *(4 hrs) Lunch Corps Academics (3 hrs) Bn Cmd Staff (1 hr) Corps Inspection (1 hr) Corps Academics (3 hrs) Corps Academics (3 hrs) Parade (1 hr) Corps Academics (2 hrs) Corps Football March On (3 hrs) ROTC LDR LAB (2hrs) Athletics.
3. surveys. See Appendix A. It also tasks subordinate Corps units to plan and conduct selected Corps training events. Review Master Training Task List (MTTL) for Unit / Cadets. Conducted during a designated Regimental Command and Staff (RCS) Meeting. c. it provides a chronological list of training to be done over the year. coordinated and distributed by the DOLD-T via the NU website. 1. It also tasks subordinate Corps units to plan and conduct selected Corps training events. Published in conjunction with the Deputy Commandant's STG. and/or OPORDs. o Week T-7-8 — 1. 2. it provides a chronological list of training to be done over the semester. Deputy Commandant's Semester Training Briefing (STB). Determine Training Objectives and Resource Requirements. Backbrief Training Concepts and Major Resource Requirements and Availability. (All) 3. 2. Long Range Planning. The meeting is extended to a full 2 hours to permit the discussion of both the ATG and ATC via the use of a briefing format. (Dep Cmdt) 2. 1. b. Developed and published annually for the next school year in late March. It updates the previously published ATG and ATC. The meeting is extended to a full 2 hours to permit the discussion of both the ATG and ATC via the use of a briefing format. One Semester Out.9-10 The Corps Master Training Task List (MTTL). Weekly Training Schedules. and/or OPORDs. (Tasked AC and/or Cadet Leaders) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 o o o 132 . . Deputy Commandant's Semester Training Calendar (STC). It explains the Commandant's training assessment of all training domains listed in the MTTL and also in paragraph 9-3a above and training guidance to cadet Corps leaders. Conducted during a designated Regimental Command and Staff (RCS) Meeting. 9-11 Planning Corps Training. (Dep Cmdt) WeekT-4 1. Published in conjunction with the Deputy Commandant's ATG. Deputy Commandant's Semester Training Guidance (STG). The Corps MTTL provides a list of training tasks to be learned by selected cadets in the Corps. (Tasked AC and/or Cadet Leaders) Week T-3 — 1. a. (All) 2. Near Term Planning. One Year Out. Developed and published for the next semester in late October for the Spring Semester and late July for the Fall Semester of each year. 1. Deputy Commandant's Annual Training Calendar (ATC). Approve training schedules. Short Range Planning. Provide Training Guidance to ACs and Cadet Leaders. tests and special events Corps units and/or individual cadets must participate in over the school year. Deputy Commandant's Annual Training Briefing (ATB). (Weekly Training Schedules See Format at Appendix F).. Publish training schedules. Approve Draft or OPORDs and resource use. (Dep Cmdt) Week T-5-6 — 1. orientations. They are approved by the Deputy Commandant. e-mail direct to all CDRs and by limited hard copy distribution to Regimental Battalion and Company key personnel. ceremonies inspections. (Tasked AC and/or Cadet Leaders) 2. Eight Weeks Out to Training Execution Week. 3. Deputy Commandant's Annual Training Guidance (ATG). It also provides a list of parades. explains the Commandant's training assessment of all training domains listed in the MTTL for that semester and also in paragraph 9-3a above and training guidance to Corps leaders. Plan and Coordinate Training and Resources. are prepared.
Assess Training and Submit Written Feedback and Training Records >. Changes to Weekly Training Sched. They are approved by the Deputy Commandant. o Thorough Evaluation and Record Keeping.o o Week T-2 . coordinated and distributed by the DOLD-T via the NU website. Changes to weekly training schedules are prepared.Prepare Trainers and Obtain Resources. EVERY SUBJECT MUST BE TAUGHT USING A STANDARD LESSON PLAN NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 133 . Format (See Appendix G). e-mail direct to all commanders and by limited hard copy distribution to Regimental Battalion and Company key personnel. They are approved IAW the criteria below: Squad — Company Commander Platoon — Battalion Commander Company — Regimental Commander Battalion — Assistant Commandant Regimental — Deputy Commandant 4. e-mail direct to all commanders and by limited hard copy distribution to Regimental Battalion and Company key personnel. (Tasked AC and/or Cadet Leaders) Training Week T (Training Week) . Lesson Plan Format (See Appendix I). o Feedback on Performance. (Tasked AC and/or Cadet Leaders) o Week T+1. (All) 2. All good training must comply with certain common requirements. 3. Changes to Weekly Training Schedules.are required for all training blocks of instruction and are prepared by the responsible instructor and reviewed by the appropriate level Corps Commander and/or Commandant's: office official IAW the criteria below: Squad — Company Commander Platoon — Battalion Commander Company — Regimental Commander Battalion — Assistant Commandant Regimental — Deputy Commandant 9-12 Executing Corps Training. o Effective presentation and practice. They include: o Adequate preparation. Lesson Plans. Operations Orders (OPORDs). supplement weekly training schedules and provide detailed instruction and guidance about a training event or operation. IN ADDITION. coordinated and distributed by the DOLD-T via the NU website.ExecuteTraining >. and are prepared. OPORD Format (See Appendix H).
The Unit Training Briefing will be given to the Deputy Commandant. Risk management must be incorporated into all training. Unit Training Assessment Record. All corps unit and individual training will be assessed.9-13 Assessing Corps Training. c. Unit Assessments. Safety. NUCC Form 9-1 C — NU Developmental Counseling Form. Unit and Individual Cadet Training Assessment Records. 9-14. Campus Life Website). assessing. Assistant Commandant to the Deputy Commandant for approval. b. o Battalion and Company Unit Training Briefing will be briefed at one Battalion Command and Staff Meeting each semester. a. The Regiment and Battalion Staffs and their Commanders will attend this briefing. Unit Leaders may submit a request to conduct training using the OPORD format with accompanying risk assessment through their Battalion and Regimental S3 / CDR. I — Lesson Plan Format J --. See Chapter 7. NUCC Form 9-5 (Append ix L). NUCC Form 9-5 K —Individual Cadet Training Record. Risk management is the process of identifying. Requesting to Conduct Training Not on Approved Training Schedules.After Action Review Form. Individual Cadet Record NUCC Form 9-6 (Appendix M. Safety and Risk Management. Individual cadet performance will be evaluated for all training using standardized tests prepared from the training resource used to prepare the training. a. Battalion Commanders and the Regimental Commander are responsible for assessing their unit and formally briefing the Deputy Commandant on their unit assessments during one of the following: o Regiment and Battalion Unit Training Briefing will be briefed at one Regimental Command and Staff Meeting each semester. As a minimum a risk assessment will be done prior to all Corps Unit and Individual training. NUCC Form 9-2 D — NU Physical Fitness Test Scorecard. Chapter 8 of the NU Student Rules and Regulations. Cadet Company Commanders. • Individual Cadet Record. Needs Practice (P) and Untrained (U) standards used in the US Army. Appendices: A — Master Training Task List [MTTL] (published electronically on CLIC. B — NU Leader Development Evaluation Form. Individual Cadet Assessments. NUCC Form 9-4 H —Operations Order (OPORD) Format. • Unit Training Record. The briefing will be given to the Battalion's Assistant Commandant. and controlling risks associated with Corps or Individual Cadet Training. The Battalion Staff and company commanders will attend this briefing. NUCC Form 9-7 NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 134 . NUCC Form 9-6 L –.Unit Training Assessment Record. Unit training will be assessed using a unit Mission Essential Task List (METL) and will be graded using the Trained (T). NUCC Form 705 E — LDP Portfolio Format F — Corps Weekly Training Schedule Format. Authorized vs Unauthorized Training. NUCC Form 9-3 G —Change to Corps Weekly Training Schedule Format. b. See Section VIV. The Regimental S3 will maintain the results of all unit and individual cadet training.
APPENDIX A — MASTER TRAINING TASK LIST (AVAILABLE ELECTRONICALLY ONLY ON CLIC) (Intentionally left blank) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 135 .
APPENDIX B—LEADER DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION FORM 9-1 (front) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 136 .
APPENDIX B—LEADER DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION FORM 9-1 (back) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 137 .
APPENDIX C—DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING FORM (front)
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APPENDIX C—DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING FORM (back)
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APPENDIX D—NUPFT SCORECARD (NUCC Form 705)
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APPENDIX E — LEADERSHIP PORTFOLIO FORMAT (Draft) Note. Currently required of cadets who are working towards the leadership Minor. E-1. Purpose. Provide a Documented Summary of Graduating Senior Cadet Leadership Courses, Training and Experiences while at Norwich in a Portfolio that can be used after graduation for job interviews. E-2 Concept. All graduating senior cadets are required to develop a profession leadership portfolio that will illuminate all the leadership courses, training and experience obtained while at Norwich. As a minimum, the portfolio will consist of the following: • Leadership Resume. Prepare a professional 2-3 page resume that includes as a minimum the following: o Objective o Education o Leadership Domain Summaries o Work Experience Summary and Documentation of LDP Specific Leadership Competencies. Prepare a 1-2 paragraph summary of your leadership competencies. o o o o o o • Responsibility Honor Citizenship Service Involvement Teamwork
Awards and Recognition. Obtain and place original letters, certificates and/or or documentation of leadership excellence. o Letters o Certificates o Other Leadership Evaluations and Counseling's. Include LDP assessments, chronologically placed in this section of the portfolio. Overall Assessment of Leadership Development and Performance. Prepare a short paragraph summary of what you have learned about leadership while at Norwich. Leadership Binder. Present your portfolio in a business-like professional binder with the NU logo on the front and back cover.
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APPENDIX F-WEEKLY TRAINING SCHEDULE-(blank) NUCC Form 9-3
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hi-liter. 08:16 NUCC Form 9-3 NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 143 . Particular attention shall be given to use of the proper terminology of exercises. gray trousers. 12 pencil. 3. black low quarters & overseas hat.20. Published by the Deputy Commandant. Class B uniform: White short sleeve shirt. 4. pocket note pad to every class and formation.APPENDIX F-EXAMPLE: WEEKLY TRAINING SCHEDULE NUCC Form 9-3 B. 2. gray T-shirt & running shoes unless specified otherwise. PT always conducted IAW FM21.7/21/2005. Notes 1. NU PT uniform: Maroon shorts. black socks. x2678. Always bring Black pen.
APPENDIX G-CHANGE TO WEEKLY TRAINING SCHEDULE (blank) NUCC Form 9-4
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APPENDIX G-EXAMPLE: CHANGE TO WEEKLY TRAINING SCHEDULE NUCC Form 9-4
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APPENDIX H — OPERATIONS ORDER (OPORD) /PLAN (OPLAN) Format
Issuing Headquarters Place of Issue Date-Time Group References: State the references, i.e., Field Manuals, maps, etc. you are using for this operation. Task Organization: List all Corps and other units participating in this operation. 1. Situation. a. Friendly Forces. Outline the guidance received by all higher-level commanders, Assistant Commandants, and/or Deputy Commandant here. b. Weather and light data. c. Attachments and detachments. (List any elements attached to your unit or any elements detached to another unit.) 2. Mission. A precise statement of what is to be accomplished, stated as who, does what, when, where and why. 3. Execution. (This portion must answer any questions anyone may have about this operation.) Commander’s Intent-CDR/LDR states what he/she expects from this operation/training,” in plan English.” a. Concept of the operation. (A broad statement of the tasks and purpose, how the operation is to be conducted from beginning to end and what at end state will have been accomplished.) b. Tasks to subordinate units/elements. (This may be covered in Coordinating instructions.) c. Coordinating instructions. (ALWAYS USE THIS 5 PHASE FORMAT-YOU CANNOT GO WRONG.) 1) PRE-EXECUTION: (List, by date/time, what needs to take place prior to this OPORD 2) DEPLOYMENT: (List by date/time how the unit will form and move to the Area of Operations (AO). 3) EMPLOYMENT: (List by date/time Actions on the Objective/Actual Training conducted.) 4) REDEPLOYMENT: (List by date/time how the unit forms and returns to UP.) 5) RECOVERY: (List by date/time tasks to be accomplished and AAR turn-in to finish this operation.) 4. Service Support. a. Support concept. (A statement of how support will be provided to participating units from beginning to end.) b. Medical: (List EMTs, and other Medical services covering this training, ie. Northfield Rescue.) c. Personnel/Administrative: (List personnel deploying on this operation/training.) d. Equipment/Services. (All classes of supply, food and water.) e. Transportation. (List transportation assets moving the unit to the AO, if needed.) f. Budget. (Provide a detailed list of purchases and costs supporting this operation/training.) 5. Command and Signal. a. Command. (State who is in charge and succession when that commander is not present.) b. Signal. (List call sign and frequencies, radio distribution plan and other communications procedures.) 6. Safety/Risk Management: (Conduct a NO NONSENSE Risk Assessment and fill out RISK ASSESSMENT WORKSHEET, attach it as an Annex to this OPORD. Acknowledge: Commander's First and Last Name Rank, NUCC Position
Annexes: (List Annexes alphabetically, i.e. A-Operations Overlay, B-Personnel/Administrative, C-Equipment/Services, DBudget, E-Risk Assessment Worksheet. Attach Annexes to back of OPORD.)
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APPENDIX H -- EXAMPLE: OPERATIONS ORDER (OPORD)
OPORD 001-F Company Paintball Training F Company Wilson Hall 100900R Sep 05 References: NU Campus Map 1:25,000, FM 7-8, NUCC SOP Task Organization: F Co 1. Situation. d. Friendly Forces. Higher- EMTs must be present and Company Cdr is OIC. Rehearse medevac and commo plan. Keep 2nd Bn AC informed of all critical times and changes. e. Weather and light data. Sunrise=0550, Sunset=1930, Partly Cloudy, Temp=60 to 70 degrees. f. Attachments and detachments. (1) EMTs=C/SSG Hardcore, C/SGT Halftrack, C/CPL Rockhead (2) Paintball Club members Washington and Lincoln. 2. Mission. F Company conducts simulated live fire Small Unit Tactics training using paintball guns on 170800-171600R Sep 05 on Paine Mtn in order to enhance combat capabilities and build unit cohesion. 3. Execution. Commander’s Intent-My intent is to safely train my unit in weapons safety and handling, SUT, Cover, Concealment, Camouflage, and terrain association in a simulated combat environment. This will build unit cohesion and enhance F Co’s combat capabilities. d. Concept of the operation. F Company will Form on the UP, conduct a PCI and move to the base of the ski slope. The Paintball club members will provide weapons familiarization and safety training. Squads will deploy to start points and conduct Force on Force training. Once training is complete, F Co will conduct an accountability formation and return to the UP. e. Coordinating instructions. 6) PRE-EXECUTION: 06 Sep 0900: 1SG orders 60 MREs thru Bn/Reg S-4 12 Sep 1700: CDR, PLs, PSGs conduct recon of training area and establish training locations. 12 Sep 1700: 1SG collects $5.00 from participants and purchases paintballs from Wal-Mart. 12 Sep 1830: 1930: SLs/TLs conduct SUT training with squads during SGT’s Time training. 16 Sep 1500: Bn/Reg S-4 deliver 60 MREs to 1SG. 1SG distribute to participants. 16 Sep 1700: 60 Paintball guns and paintballs consolidated in Paintball Club storage. 16 Sep 1830: CDR delivers OPORD to company. 1SG conducts PCI 7) DEPLOYMENT: 17 Sep 0800: F Company formation in front of Wilson Hall. Uniform is BDU, LBE, canteen/Camelback. 17 Sep 0800: 1SG, EMTs, Paintball Club members, with guns and ammo move to ski slope. 17 Sep 0815: F Co marches to ski slope and links up with 1SG. 8) EMPLOYMENT: See Annex A-Operations Overlay 17 Sep 0830: Paintball Gun safety and handling familiarization instruction delivered by club members. 17 Sep 0900: Squads move to designated start points. 17 Sep 0930-1200: Force-on-Force SUT training. 17 Sep 1200-1230: Chow MREs. 17 Sep 1230-1530: Resume Force on Force SUT training. 17 Sep 1530-1600: Return to base of ski slope. Conduct accountability of cadets and equipment. 17 Sep 1600-1630: Conduct on site AAR. Record GOOD, BAD, HOW TO DO BETTER. 9) REDEPLOYMENT: 17 Sep 1645-1700: Return to UP. Conduct 2nd accountability of Rooks/Cadets and equipment 10) RECOVERY: 17 Sep 1700-Turn in equipment. Go to 3rd Mess. 19 Sep 1500: Turn in list of lost or damaged equipment/uniforms to Bn/Reg S-4. 19 Sep 1700: Turn in written AAR to Commandant’s Office CSM
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4. Service Support. g. Support concept. h. Medical: EMTs Hardcore, Halftrack, and Rockhead will cover this training. They will be attached to squads. EMTs will have commo with Northfield EMS and the Guard Shack. M-5 bags will be carried by EMTs. i. Personnel/Administrative: See Annex B-Personnel, (F Co Alpha Roster). j. Equipment/Services. See Annex C-Equipment/Services k. Transportation. Foot l. Budget. See Annex D-Budget 5.Command and Signal. c. Command. C/CPT MacArthur C/1LT Patton 1SG Hardnose d. Signal. FSC Motorola Radio Channel 5 will be used. CDR=X 1SG=Z XO=Y 1st PL=A 1st PSG=B 1st SL=A1 2nd SL=A2 nd nd st 2 PL=C 2 PSG=D 1 SL=B1 2nd SL=B2 6. Safety/Risk Management: See Annex E-Risk Assessment Worksheet. Acknowledge: Douglas MacArthur C/CPT, NUCC Commanding
3rd SL=A3 3rd SL=B3
Annexes: A-Operational Overlay B-Personnel/Administrative C-Equipment/Services D-Budget E-Risk Assessment Worksheet
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Once training is complete. 4. FCo moves to base of Ski Slope. Squads move to designated Start locations and report by radio to CDR when prepared to begin Force on Force tactical training. Instruction/Safety Brief given. CPT MacArthur conducts AAR. Gives the “Go Ahead to begin. all personnel return to RP.000 1 SQD RP 2 SQD 3 SQD N MAP NOT TO SCALE 1. 8. F Co returns to UP. F CO. 6. 2. 1 EMT moves with each Sqd 5. Commo re-tested.APPENDIX H EXAMPLE: OPORD ANNEX A –OPERATIONAL OVERLAY OPERATIONS OVERLAY TO OPORDER 001. 7. CPT MacArthur gets an “UP” from all squads. final PCI 3. Paintball Training NU MAP 1:50. account for personnel and equipment. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 149 .
Ken Squad Member CPL Griffith. Hank Squad Member CPL Azmati. Kevin 2nd Platoon Leader 2LT Chana Guan-Chun 2nd Squad Leader SSG Meisinger Gregory Platoon Sergeant SFC Saville Mark ___________ A Team Leader CPL Wayne. Tom Squad Member CPL Trevor. Cliff Squad Member CPL Detomasso. John A Team Leader SGT Williams. Wade 3rd Squad Leader SSG Johnson. John Squad Member CPL Foul. Ben Squad Member CPL Passmore. Stacy Squad Member CPL Junket. John 1st Squad Leader SSG Curtis Timothy ________ Squad Member RCT Hare Caleb A Team Leader CPL Pichardo Stacey ________ Squad Member RCT Pickett Squad Member RCT Allen __________________ Squad Member RCT Frazier Squad Member RCT Jones __________________ Squad Member RCT Downs Squad Member RCT Smith _______________ 3rd Squad Leader SSG Kepchar Donovan Squad Member RCT Thomas ________________ A Team Leader CPL Perez Benjamin B Team Leader CPL Arduini Nicholas________ Squad Member RCT Victor Squad Member RCT Henry _________________ Squad Member RCT Cruz Squad Member RCT White _________________ Squad Member RCT Angst Squad Member RCT Lopez ___________ B Team Leader CPL Stepanoff Dimitri Squad Member RCT Lazar__________________ Squad Member RCT Xerox Squad Member RCT Mikita _________________ Squad Member RCT DeWalt Platoon APPENDIX H--EXAMPLE: OPORD ANNEX C-EQUIPMENT/SERVICES Paintball Guns 60 each Paintballs 16. Tinley Squad Member CPL Kelley. Charlie 2nd Squad Leader SSG Readon. Michael Squad Member CPL Piazza. Frank Platoon Sergeant SFC Ross. Nick Squad Member CPL Yankovich.000 paintballs @ $20. Haley Squad Member CPL Reason. Michael Squad Member CPL Brown. Charles Squad Member CPL Lazarus. George Squad Member CPL Allard.APPENDIX H EXAMPLE: OPORD ANNEX B-PERSONNEL/ADMINISTRATIVE CDR MacArthur 1st XO Eisenhower 1SG Hardnose B Team Leader SGT Mills. Mark A Team Leader SGT Rash. Fred Squad Member CPL Cardino. Anthony A Team Leader SGT Benjamin. John Squad Member CPL Boggs. Jack 1st Squad Leader SSG Lukas. John Squad Member CPL Hellen. Joe B Team Leader SGT Nicolas.00 (collected from F Co members/Receipt is attached) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 150 .00 for 2000=$160. Gary Platoon Platoon Leader 2LT Joe. Richard Squad Member CPL Green. Tim Squad Member CPL Bonzo. Fred B Team Leader SGT Victor.000 Face Masks/Helmets 60 each MREs 60 each APPENDIX H--EXAMPLE: OPORD ANNEX D-BUDGET 16.
Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 151 .APPENDIX H EXAMPLE: ANNEX E.RISK ASSESSMENT TO OPORD 001 (front) NUCC Standards.
AUG 2005 152 .RISK ASSESSMENT FOR OPORD 001 (back) NUCC Standards.APPENDIX H EXAMPLE: ANNEX E. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
..... Walk... o Advanced Student Assignment (if any)........ o Environmental Considerations....APPENDIX I STANDARD LESSON PLAN FORMAT 1.... etc... NUCC Standards........... o Reference(s) (Field Manuals. Run......... o Trainer Requirements (What instructor/student ratio will be used?).. o Condition... o AAR... o Safety Requirements/ Risk Assessment Level...AUG 2005 153 ............ Evaluation Phase... o Other Personnel Requirements (Medic........ etc......)...... o Instructional Intent.... Explain the task to be performed...... o Test and After Action Review (AAR)..... etc... o Submit Test Scores and AAR comments through the cadet chain of command to your Assistant Commandant....... 3....... o Method of Instruction. o Scope of Instruction........ conditions and standards.. o Summary.. o Training Objectives..... Apply task step by step slowly..... OPORDs... Overhead.. o Introduction. 4.... o Media Resource Requirements (LCD Projector.. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . .... o Task............... Preparation Phase...... Training Area or Facility Requirements.... Demonstrate the task........ Ask questions or sample cadet ability to perform task to standard........ Instructional Phase............. o Equipment and Resources Needed for Class (At the Training Site and for each Student).. Motivate them to want to learn... Make corrections. o Number of Students to Be Trained............... o Lesson Title. Demonstration) o Time Allotted for Instruction and Testing........... Feedback Phase. o Written or Hands On Test...... Practice at a faster pace....... Orient Students/tie lesson to overall intent...... o Body.... Conduct a practice test.....). . o Standard. Review task..... Discuss the task.......... o Evaluation Method...................... .......).. Text Books. Lifeguard..................... Gain their attention... ■ Crawl........... (Lecture. o Classroom......... o Lesson Outline/Timeline......... 2.
Develop fitness and wellness ethos in all cadets w/ goal of passing the NUPFT. Teach. Build Plt and Co unit discipline. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Field Intramural activities. 3.0 GPA or better each semester. Participate in GME. Create a positive learning environment w/ goal of every cadet improving their academic performance and/or attaining a 3. 5. 2. assess and counsel all cadets IAW the NU Leadership Development Program (LDP) guidelines.APPENDIX J UNIT TRAINING ASSESSMENT RECORD NUCC Fm 9-5 (front) Unit Training Assessment Record. 4. Perform Co level Community Service. and if of legal age. cohesion and pride. remaining drug free. Develop cadet belief in and adherence to the NU Guiding Values and Honor Code. mentor. NUCC Form 9-5 (front side) Current Training Status (Trained-T. Assist NU Admissions to recruit high school scholar-athlete-leaders with goal of attracting the best students to Norwich. Task Training Proficiency Untrained-U Assessment HQ Mission Essential Task (s): 1. drinking responsible 6. meeting HeightWeight STDs for age and sex. CONTINUED ON REVERSE SIDE NUCC Standards. Overall Strategy to Improve or Sustain Needs Practice-P. 7.AUG 2005 154 . Retain 100% of assigned cadets each semester.
Director of Training and Leader Development and Unit Commander Assistant or Deputy Commandant Comments: NUCC Form 9-5 NUCC Standards. NUCC Form 9-5 (reverse side) Current Training Status (Trained-T. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 155 . Needs Practice-P.APPENDIX J UNIT TRAINING ASSESSMENT RECORD NUCC Fm 9-5 (back) Unit Training Assessment Record. Untrained-U HQ Mission Essential Task (s): Overall Task Assessment Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency Overall Assessment by Unit: Current Training Status Trained = T Practiced = P Untrained = U Overall Unit Commander Comments: T P (circle one) U Higher Commander’s Comments: Higher Commander Signature: Assistant or Deputy Commandant’s Signature: Filing Instructions: Copy to Regimental S3.
Needs Practice-P. The Universal Aspiration f. Personal Appearance & Uniforms f. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Corps Org of the Corps & Duty Descriptions d. Student Legal Issues f. Corps Discipline e. Passed Test-PT Training Objectives 9-1. Not Required-NR. Rank & Promotion System e. Communications k. Moral Sense b. Untrained-U. NU Rules & Regulations a. Barracks & Room Standards 1.AUG 2005 156 . Training & Leader Development i. Safety & Risk Management h. Class Privileges h. NU Rules and Regs Test Rook Rook Basic Fresh Year Soph Year Junior Year Senior Year 9-2. Weapons & Physical Security o. Corps Purpose & Mission b. Regimental Guard & CQ n. Human Character Defined Page 1 NUCC Standards. NUCC SOP Update q. Self Control & Duty e. Sympathy & it's Sources c. NUCC Form 9-6 Barracks / Room Yr / Date(s) of Assessment: Current Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency Current Training Status (Trained-T. General Regulations b. Loyalty to Unit vs Peers d.APPENDIX K--INDIVIDUAL CADET TRAINING RECORD. Logistics p. NUCC SOP a. NUCC Fm 9-6 Unit: Rook/Cadet (circle one) Last & First Name: Individual Cadet Training Record. NU Guiding Values a. Administration j . NUCC SOP Test 9-3. Corps Rules and Regulations d. Org of Cmdt's Office c. Awards & Decorations g. Rules and Regs Update g. Discipline m. Student Housing Regulations c.
NU Organizational Chart c. NU Songs & Cheers Page 2 NUCC Standards. Definition of Sexual Assault and Date Rape c. Manual of the Guidon h. Drill & Ceremony a. Saluting & Reporting g. Individual Drill c. NU General Information d. NU Morning Calls i. American Character Defined h. Amendments k. Definition of Equal Opportunity e. NU Cadet Oath. Commands & Command Voice b. Guiding Values Test 9-4. Individual Drill w/M 14 Rifle d. NU Policy. Needs Practice-P. Untrained-U. Not Required-NR. Platoon Drill f.AUG 2005 157 . Equal Opportunity Test 9-6. Creed & Prayer e. Equal Opportunity Update g. Colors & Flag Detail Duties j. Define Sexual Harassment b. Company. NU History/Cadet Handbook a. The US Constitution Rook Rook Basic Fresh Year Soph Year Junior Year Senior Year Current Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency 9-3. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . State & Federal Law f. Equal Opportunity & Title IX a. Guiding Values Update n. Definition of Hazing d. Flags. Passed Test-PT Training Objective(s) g.Current Training Status (Trained-T. Manual of Arms – Sword & Saber k. Critical Thinking 1. Guiding Values (cont) i. Battalion & Regiment Formations 1. Drill & Ceremony Test 9-5. Squad Drill e. Constitutional Principles j . NU Mission b. Role of Citizen Patriot m.
Walk & Campus Tour Rook Rook Basic Fresh Year Soph Year Junior Year Senior Year Current Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency 9-6. Leader development Program a. HC Training & Evaluations Suggestions k. Cheating d. Honor Code Spirit. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Intro to Honor Code b. Not Required-NR. History of ROTC k. Needs Practice-P. Prelim Hearings & Reviews h. HC Honor Board Hearings & Summary Sessions i. How LDP Works h. NU History. Counseling-Developmental f. NU History & Cdt Hdbk Test 9-7. Integrity. The Norwich Honor Code a. Rook Panoramic Photo o. Leadership Defined b. NU History & Cadet Handbook n. 1900 to Present j . Significant Norwich Leaders h. Honor Code Test 9-8. Leader-Member exchange Theory c. Honor Code Update j . Definition & Indoctrination c. Role of Officer & NCOS e. Lying. Capt Alden Partridge g.AUG 2005 158 . Corps Traditions m. HC Stealing & Toleration e. Corps Panoramic Photo p. Counsel DevelopmentalRecognizing Performance Indicators g. Filling Out Leadership Evaluation Forms Page 3 NUCC Standards. Team Leadership d. Honor Code Purpose. Untrained-U.Current Training Status (Trained-T. Our Founding to 1900 I. HC Investigations. HC Academic Dishonesty & Plagiarism f. History of Corps of Cadets 1. NU History. Passed Test-PT Training Objective(s) f. HC Honor Committees & Hearing g.
Military Decision -making i. Orienteering d. Drills & Activities NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Warm up/Cool Down c. The Staff's Role c. Field Leaders Reaction Course (FLRC) e. Leadership Portfolio Development j .Follower Relations d. Staff Estimates j . Military Briefings k. Cmd & Staff Functions a. Lesson & MOI Development f. Personal Fitness & Wellness a. Rappelling f. Needs Practice-P. Not Required-NR.Current Training Status (Trained-T. Leader Responsibilities b. Rook Orientation (omitted) 9-12. Leadership Portfolio Review k. Foot marches 9-13. Followership a. Climbing Wall c. Cmd & Staff Functions Test 9-11. Phases of Fitness Conditioning d. Special & Personal Staffs e. Instr Duties. Command & Staff Relations d. Military Skills a. Dog River Run h. Passed Test-PT Training Objective(s) i. Plans. Exercises. Staff Responsibilities & Duties h. The Commander's Role b. Orders & MOIs 1. Worm Pit g. FITT. Ldr. Followership Styles c. Obstacle Course b. Followership Traits b.AUG 2005 159 . Followership Test 9-10. LDP Test Rook Rook Basic Fresh Year Soph Year Junior Year Senior Year Current Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency 9-9. Characteristics of a Staff Officer g. Untrained-U. Coord.
Water Survival Training m. Everyday Good Manners c. Training Management (cont) j. NCO Responsibilities c. Individual Assessments (omitted) 9-16. Rook Rook Basic Fresh Year Soph Year Junior Year Senior Year Current Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency 1. Cdr's Responsibilities b. Table Manners f. Community Service (omitted) 9-16. Cardiovascular Fitness g. Muscular Endurance & Strength h. Principles of Training d. Personal Etiquette Test Page 5 NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Short-term Planning f. NU Fitness Test (Physical) n. Risk Assessment & Safety h. Serious Life Issues k. Execution i. Components of Fitness f. Mission Essential Task List e. Training Management a. Receptions & Parties d. After Action Reviews (AAR) 1. Green Mountain Exp. Visiting Someone's Home j. Near Term Planning g. Correspondence. Invitations & Replies i. Environmentally Caused Injuries j . 9-15. Training Management Test 9-17. Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prev. Flexibility i. The Art of Conversation e. Personal Etiquette Update 1. Flag Etiquette h.AUG 2005 160 . Unit Assessments k. Personal Etiquette a. Manners and Dress b. Nutrition & Diet k. NU Fitness Test (Written) 9-14. Salutes g.Current Training status (T—P—U) Training Objective(s) e.
Company Room Inspection s. Home Football Game March Ons f. Needs Practice-P. Abare Farms Picnic (Rooks) d. Individual UC Knowledge Comp k. UC Platoon Academic GPA Comp p. Individual UC Cdt of Month Comp m. Corps Promotions (omitted) 9-19. Company Fitness Comp q. Individual Rook Acad GPA Comp d. UC Platoon Fitness Comp o. Ind Rook of the Month Comp e. Ceremonies. Individual UC Acad GPA Comp 1. Academic Excellence Parade (Fall & Spring) c.AUG 2005 161 . Individual Rook Fitness Comp b. Labor Day Parade b. Rook Platoon Banner Comp i. Untrained-U. Co In Ranks Inspection Comp t. Parades. Not Required-NR. Rook Platoon Fitness Comp g. Socials & Events (Mandatory Attendance) a. Individual UC Fitness Comp j. Individual Cdt of Year Comp n. Individual Rook Knowledge Comp c. Admissions Support Rook Rook Fresh Basic Year Soph Year Junior Year Senior Year Current Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency 9-20. Company Acad GPA Comp r. Rev's Off campus Retreat (Rooks) e.Current Training Status (Trained-T. Company Drill Comp Page 6 NUCC Standards. Corps Competitions a. Rook Platoon Acad GPA Comp h. Individual Rook of the Year Comp f. Passed Test-PT Training Objective(s) 9-18. Honor Committee Parade g. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Promotion Parade h.
Foot Care j. Emotions in Relationships f. Human Communications Update k. Corps Assessments (omitted) 9-22. Conflict & Conflict Resolution g. Stop Bleeding d. Treat Fractures f. Cold Weather Clothing System g. First Aid Update n. First Aid a. Separate. Communicating Clearly i.AUG 2005 162 . Relationships d. Equal & Open h. Human Communications Test Additional Training Objectives Page 7 NUCC Standards. Relationship Patterns & Postures e. Differentiation of Self b. First Aid Test Rook Rook Basic Fresh Year Soph Year Junior Year Senior Year Current Strategy to Improve or Sustain Training Proficiency 9-23. Passed Test-PT Training Objective(s) 9-21. Pers Hygiene. Transport a Casualty k. Not Required-NR. Treat Shock e. Low Ropes Confidence Course j. Needs Practice-P. Restore Breathing c. Critical Thinking Systems c. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Heat Injuries & Prevention i. Untrained-U. Blister. Deal with Stress 1. Seek Medical Help m. Evaluate a Casualty b. Human Communications a.Current Training Status (Trained-T. Cold Injuries & Prevention h.
P or U (circle one) Cdt Rank & Name: Cdt Supervisor Signature: Junior Performance T. P or U (circle one) Comments: Cdt Rank & Name: Cdt Supervisor Signature: Senior Performance: T.AUG 2005 163 . P or U (circle one) Comments: Cdt Rank & Name: Cdt Supervisor Signature: Comments: Sophomore Performance: T.Summary of Cadet Performance by Training Period and/or Year (This section completed by the cadet’s supervisor) Rook Performance: T.PorU (circle one) Comments: Cdt Rank & Name Cdt Supervisor Signature Freshman Performance: T . Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . P or U (circle one) Overall Norwich Corps Performance (include senior year) Comments: Cdt Supervisor Name: Cdt Supervisor Signature: Filing Instructions: To be retained at the Company level by the company 1SG. NUCC Form 9-4 Page 8 NUCC Standards.
Discussion / Submission Format: a. Other e. AAR Agenda: a. Recommendation f. Other 9. Key Issues or Comments: NUCC Form 9-7 9front) NUCC Standards. Appendices 3. Recovery d. Preparing the Report/Electronic File Establishment 1. Memo 2. Event: b. Coordinating University Units and POCs: 6. Event: 4. Resourcing 1. Discussion e. Conducting 3. Event Date / Time: c. Execution 1. Long Range Planning 2. Planning 1. Submitted by: g. Short Range Planning 3. Preparing 2. Money 3. Lead Planner(s) APPENDIX L AFTER ACTION REVIEW (AAR) MEETING AGENDA 2. Event Objective(s): 8.1. AAR Date: 5. People 2. Issue 10.AUG 2005 164 . Event Place: d. Planning Timeline(s): 7. Submitter's phone and e-mail 10. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Equipment 4. Objectives b. Near Term Planning c. Issues (See 9 above) f. Event Date(s): 3.
AUG 2005 165 . NUCC Fm 9-7 1. Recommendation: 7. Discussion: 6. Submitters Phone Number and Email NUCC Form 9-7 NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Event Date/Time: 3. Event Participant (s): 2. Issue: 5. Submitted By: 8.APPENDIX L--AAR ISSUE SUBMISSION FORMAT. Event Place: 4.
Cadets are responsible for the information that is put out to them in electronic form. 10-2. on the web. Cadets are required to adhere to published directives and policies.This information is required to be known by all cadets and recruits. CSM and 1SG Call (weekly) Company Training Meetings (weekly) Class Year Meetings (monthly) Published. and the Corps will use electronic means to communicate. Gatherings: Corps Formations. Student Activities Note: * .CHAPTER 10 COMMUNICATION 10-1.AUG 2005 166 . and attend all mandatory formations IAW guidance contained in various methods of communication. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . (as required) Cdr's Call with Deputy Commandant (as required) Officer/NCO Call (as required) Regimental Command and Staff Call (weekly) Battalion Command and Staff Call (weekly) Cadet R/CSM. through e-mail and by hard copy. Means of Communication. The following are avenues of communication used: Written Communications: NU Student Rules and Regulations* NU Academic Regulations* NUCC Cadet Handbook* NUCC SOP* NU Annual Corps Training Guidance & Calendar* NU Training Philosophy* NUCC Master Training Task List (MTTL)* NUCC Policy Letters* NUCC Training Schedules and Changes* NU Bulletins* Norwich Record The Guidon University Master Calendar Student Activities Calendar Update Frequency: Annually Annually Annually Bi Annually Annually Bi Annually Annually Annually Weekly Weekly Quarterly Monthly As Required Monthly Published By: Commandant Provost Deputy Commandant Deputy Commandant Deputy Commandant Director of Training Director of Training Regimental Commander Director of Training Public Relations Office Alumni Office English Department Public Relations Office Director. As much as possible. the Deputy Commandant and his staff. Methods of Communication at Norwich. Communicated & Conducted by: Training Matrix Deputy Commandant Unit Commanders/Senior NCOs Regimental CO/XO Battalion CO/XO Refer to Training Matrix Refer to Training Matrix NUCC Standards. There are many methods of communications used to pass information throughout the Norwich community and amongst the Corps of Cadets.
... through which command is exercised.. Deputy Commandant ............ 1) The chain of command is the most fundamental and important organizational technique used in the military... All forms of written communication should obey formats/templates IAW examples found in the NUCC SOP..edu *http://clic2............. A simple and direct command channel facilitates the transmission of orders from the highest to the lowest levels in the least amount and with the least chance of confusion..................... Mail Room http://www..... a. Chain of Command and Communication...........edu *http://clic2.............. (3)Norwich and the Corps have a formal chain of command similar to that of the United States Army...... Platoon Sergeant ……………………………… Squad Leader Team Leader ……………………………… Recruit/Cadet NUCC Standards.First Sergeant Platoon Leader …………….... Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) ..... These items should be routed through the appropriate members of the chain of command.................... Cadets may be required to submit information in writing to certain members of the chain of command.......norwich. Commandant ... Cadet Chain of Command (Top-down) Figure 10-1........ supplying copies to each person if possible..Regimental CSM Battalion Commander ………Battalion CSM Company Commander ……... It is the succession of commanders... Guard Room Harmon Hall.norwich.......Methods of Communication: Corps Unit Mailboxes Cadet Personal Mailbox NU External Website *NU Internal Website (CLiC Accounts) *E-mail (CLiC Accounts) E-mail (personal) Telephone/Voice Mail * Note: Primary means of communicating Location: Jackman Hall............ 10-4......................................norwich...................... Definition.... (See Figure 10-1 below................. Every individual in the chain of command is delegated sufficient authority to accomplish assigned tasks and responsibilities................ NU & NUCC Chain of Command Chain of Command NCO Support Chain Officer Level NCO Level: President ...........edu Per individual Per individual 10-3.. superior to subordinate......AUG 2005 167 ...... Using Written Communication.................... It extends from the President of the University down through the Vice President for Student Affairs and Commandant through various grades of rank to enlisted persons leading the smallest elements and to their subordinates............ Assistant Commandant . Regimental Commander……......) 2) The command channel extends upward in the same manner for matters requiring official communication from subordinate to superior.
the Inspector General. c. (3) Cadets with problems of a personal nature or having issues with a cadet in their chain of command have the right to speak to someone higher in the chain of command and well as someone outside their chain of command. engaging in any sales or business venture. including non-campus businesses and salespersons. 10-6. has serious issues. Public Communication and Solicitation. A cadet who feels that the chain of command is not responding. (2) Information or communications should start at the lowest level possible. then the leader should refer the cadet to the department that can resolve the issue or to the next higher level in the chain of command. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . may coordinate to speak directly to any commander in his chain of command. Communication within the Chain of Command. This policy applies to cadets and any other personnel. Any information that a cadet wishes to pass to any level of the chain of command must go through their direct chain of command. or distributing sales or advertising matter on University grounds or within any University building is strictly prohibited unless written permission has been obtained from the Office of the Commandant with concurrence of the Senior Vice President. or feels embarrassed or threatened in communicating with members of his/her direct chain of command. Soliciting business. or other personnel. Cadets who wish to post information in campus pubic locations must coordinate with and receive permission from the Director of Student Activities. The cadet should inform his/her direct supervisor as a form of courtesy if he/she feels comfortable in doing so.b. 10-5. (1) Orders and information are passed through command channels down to the lowest element in the command structure. unless that cadet does not feel comfortable or safe referring to their direct chain of command. Chaplain. Cadet leaders may issue policies addressing specific times and appointment procedures to conduct open door sessions with their subordinates. NUCC Standards. Information passed up from a lower level in the chain of command must be passed to the next highest element.AUG 2005 168 . (1) A cadet is jumping the chain of command when the cadet does not communicate with his/her direct superior/subordinate when passing information. If a cadet supervisor or leader cannot help a cadet. Effort should be made to resolve issues at the lowest level. Jumping the Chain of Command. Open Door Policies.
d. DOOR MATERIAL AND BARRACKS SIGNS. weapons rack. The grounds surrounding the barracks out to 10 meters. student activities. hallway trashcans. 1SGs have the responsibility to ensure that bulletin boards remain neat. and latrines. sports schedules. The following identifies the furniture arrangement and management for rooms. b. bookcases.CHAPTER 11 BARRACKS AND ROOM ORGANIZATION. morale. stairwells. General. if used. nailing. ROTC formations. Bed boards. (Fig. d. 11-1. Wardrobes and racks will not be rearranged in the barracks room. Cost of removal will be the responsibility of the individual. This is the only authorized area to post such announcements. janitor closets. The term modifications include any tacking. through the Company Commander and the Housing Office. barracks areas. FURNITURE. or other university issued furniture. entryways. Under no circumstances will modifications be made to beds. a. b. c. Living quarters. with FAC OPS. will be limited to those obtained from FAC OPS. painting. Each building has one bulletin board at the front entrance. layout. in one-man rooms. and miscellaneous announcements. Extra bunks. Desks must remain under bookcases and backs flush against wall. c. The Company Commander will contact the Housing Officer and submitting a Service Request. not wanted may be removed by making arrangements. 11-2. AND MAINTENANCE STANDARSDS I. Only FAC OPS will remove the extra bed. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . laundry rooms. NUCC Standards. and the Upper Parade Grounds. Bunk beds are to remain stacked and may not be separated into single beds. Common areas. ISSUED M-14 WEAPONS. Hallways. Weapons racks will not be modified to secure weapons. Only Facilities Operations (FAC OPS) personnel are authorized to remove furniture. except Alumni and Dodge Halls. adding stickers. This is a fire safety issue. and welfare of their cadets.AUG 2005 169 . Commanders are responsible for what happens or fails to happen within their respective areas of responsibility. All barracks rooms assigned to any member of that particular command. No furniture or any part of furniture will be removed from the room without permission from the Company Commander. General. Bookshelves are to remain attached to walls. Nothing will be attached to the entry/exit doors of barracks. One bed and mattress per room occupant is allowed. uncluttered and free from unauthorized material. Commanders are responsible for the health. The backs of wardrobes and side of beds must remain flush against the walls (unless approved by Battalion's Assistant Commandant based on room size. and number of occupants). THE FOLLOWING IDENTIFIES ALL ITEMS AUTHORIZED FOR POSTING IN THE BARRACKS AND THEIR SPECIFIED LOCATION. These boards will be used to post items of interest such as club meetings. which have two. AND ISSUED SABERS PART 1 Furniture Arrangement. DOORS WILL BE LOCKED WHEN OCCUPANTS ARE NOT IN ROOM FOR SECURITY OF PERSONAL ITEMS. wardrobes. defacing or disassembly. Barracks Bulletin Board upon Entrance. screwing. A Commander's areas of responsibility are defined as: a. Any questions concerning this SOP should be directed to the cadet's Company Commander. Outside areas.11-1). trunk rooms. PART 2.
entrance walls. This is a requirement for federal building fire codes and must be strictly adhered to. PLT LDR. The standard door card template can be found under Microsoft Applications on all computers located in the University computer labs. K CO. centered in capital letters as follows: RANK LAST NAME POSITION TM/SQD/PLT/CO/BN c. F CO.AUG 2005 170 . The company bulletin board must follow the Regimental standard for bulletin boards. will be printed and displayed by all classes. PAO. C CO. PSG. MM. MSG. Barracks' Outside Doors. Each Rook floor will have two floor entrance designation signs. SSG. `Fire Team Member' will be displayed. will be designated as such with preprinted signs. 2LT. CSMs and 1SGs should regularly check the board to ensure it has current and updated material. A CO. 11-1). PFC. The posting of such items distracts from the appearance and high standards set forth. c. BN CDR. S-3. CPL. 1SG. CO CDR. Latrine Doors. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . PVT. CSM. sealed in clear plastic. E CO. Each section will be labeled as shown in Figure 11-1. b. the companies will arrange for the bulletin board to be assigned to the company with the largest population on that floor. and Stairwells. Walls. DRILL TM. NIB. XO. figure 11-1. Block 1 will be filled out with four lines. 1LT. a.11-3. S-4. The standard door card (Fig. The signs on Rook floors will state the following: • X Company • Rook Floor • Off Limits to Unauthorized Personnel 11-6. H CO. a. When a company has more than one bulletin board. 11-7. The signs will be placed into plastic document protectors and attached with drafting tape on all sides with 45-degree angles cut at the corners.) Unit Designation: HHC. The following standard abbreviations will be used: Rank: RCT. All material will be affixed with thumbtacks or staples. SQD LDR. and attached with drafting tape on all sides with 45-degree angles cut at the corners. NUCC Standards. Latrine doors not affixed with permanent male/female "Latrine" signs. PROV BN. one at each end of the hall above and/or beside the fire doors. BN CSM. 11-4. R/CSM. 11-2). CAV. If one is on a floor shared with an-other company. SGM. BAND CO. SGT. The material should reflect the latest edition/changes. CPT. Vandalizing and defacing material posted on the company bulletin board is a Class I violation. The company bulletin board is one of the main methods of communicating with the members of the company. 11-15. 1SG. The standard door card will consist of three blocks as shown in Figure 11-2. Absolutely no other items may be posted on latrine doors. LTC. SFC. 1/2-inch block letters. or in the stairwells. S-2. S-5. G CO. The male/female make-up of a floor will dictate which latrine is for each gender. R/CDR. I CO. All information on each cadet's door card will be correct and updated whenever there is a change so that cadets may be contacted in case of emergency. Nothing may be posted on entrance doors themselves. Floor Identification Signs. Individual Doors / Door Card (Fig. IG (If a cadet has no Corps position. S-1. 3rd BN. The bulletin board is an item of inspection. B CO. 2nd BN. Bulletin Boards (Figure 11-1). CO ARMOR. COL Position: TM LDR. CO GUIDON BEARER. b. D CO. 1st BN. each will be maintained. Each bulletin board will be divided and taped off into 14 sections.
schedules. The rifles will be stored in the weapons rack only. part 6. Beds will be made daily and all cadets will use the gold Norwich dust cover. The work order will be available for inspection/review if not immediately repaired or replaced. Windows. The mirror will be attached. This section typed in full case letters using black ink. maximum 12 inches are authorized. All required uniform issued items must be stored in the wardrobe. appliances. Personal pictures. Contents of the wardrobe will be arranged IAW chapter 11. i. head of bottom bunk will be under foot of top bunk). h. fans designed to be placed semi-permanently in / on window frames). Closets are available in Alumni Barracks only. Smoke detector will not be covered or modified. b. or similar type. Weapons Rack. Items that are non-Corps related will not be placed in or on any door cardholders. No items are to be stuck on or hung from the ceiling. Part 3 Room Standards.AUG 2005 171 . Plain. Door card will be completed correctly and w e off board will be clean. clothing). non-fitted. General. Window Sills. Cadet Commanders will ensure that these standards are followed and that supplemental instructions are issued when necessary. NOTE: Doors must remain uncluttered. The NU rack will be made with dust cover and be prepared for inspection from 0700-1700 daily. mattresses are unauthorized. sleeping bags or anything other than the `Norwich' blanket is not authorized for inspections. Fan will be removed from windowsill when not in use and during inspections. No clothes will be hung anywhere else in the room. windowsills and window wells will remain free from articles and debris. marks. MAJOR. nonoffensive and of neat appearance. Door will be clean and free from dirt. and may be placed on windowsill during usage. These closets are used as a wardrobe only when there are four occupants per room.d. bookshelves. Items must be in good taste. g. and CMC Register are the only materials authorized in or on the Door Card Holder. equipment. Cadet rooms will be maintained in accordance with procedures prescribed herein.e. and stickers. bed sheets and pillowcase are the only linen authorized (i. furniture. e.foot manner (i. Leave Papers. colored sheets are not authorized). or outside the building. Block 3 will be cadets CLASS SCHEDULE with course number and building/room. and wardrobe). bedspreads. Rugs will be clean. SPORT. c. Door. white. and mopped by room occupants. swept. Non-seasonal civilian clothes will be taken home or stored in the trunk / container in the room or in the trunk room. No articles will be hung on the window frame.. The Housing Office will submit a work order to FAC OPS. Closets. Upperclassmen issued sabers may place the sabers in the weapons rack. Nothing will be hung from the window or windowsill (i. Contents in the closet will be arranged IAW chapter 11. 11-8. Block 2 will display the cadet's academic CLASS YEAR.e. All surface areas will be free of dust. and COMMITTEE(S) e. Beds will be made in a head. Wardrobe. may be taped on the inside of the wardrobe door only. Ceiling. These items may be used to sleep with but will be neatly put out of site daily. CLUB. will be f. Refrigerators must be clean and free from odor (no science projects). Furnishings.to. bed boards. and/or vacuumed. Cadets adjacent to window wells. The `Norwich' blanket will be the only authorized blanket used as the bed covering. (i. clean and free from cracks and stickers. All items on furniture will be neatly arranged. pipes. d. Outside edges of the room must be clean and excess appliance cords wrapped and taped. No locks are to be secured around the rifles. and Balconies.e. Block 4 will indicate the time and location of rooks and all cadets at all times when not in their room. NUCC Standards. Floors will be swept. Floor. except for Mondays (Open Air). ROTC affiliation. The schedule will be current at all times. Comforters. balconies (Hawkins).e. Door Card. Foam. f. Windows. When the rifles are not issued. The weapons rack affixed to the wardrobe will not be modified in any manner to secure the M-14 rifles. Light cover will be attached. Only small fans. Cadets that do not have linen service are required to have two sets of linen. Unserviceable or broken items will be reported to the Company Commander who will inform the Housing Office. inside. part 6. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . and TAI (No Dust Cover). Beds.e. No window fans are allowed (i. and sills will be responsible to police those areas. No stickers are to be affixed to the window or windowpanes. a. Cadets will comply with ordinary standards of good taste and safety. the weapons rack will remain empty. etc.
Curtains. binders out. One pillow will be placed at the head of the bed along the top edge and centered left-to-right. On Monday mornings. The blankets and pillowcases will be "E-folded" and stacked at the foot of the bed. p. FAI.e. k.Beds will be made in the following order: (1. not in refrigerators. j. Trash Cans.e. and arranged at the foot of the bed with toes pointing out.) Dust cover. pillowcase and then pillow. All rooms must have a trashcan. Comforters may not be used as dust covers. noodles. Unserviceable curtains (i. The dust cover over the pillow was used during the cavalry days to keep dust arid debris away from inside of the rack. Books will be placed on the bookcases. The `Norwich' blanket will be displayed so that the NORWICH is centered leftto-right and can be read when standing at the foot of the bunk. in the following order: (1) Combat boots (2) Military shoes (3) Hiking boots (4) Civilian shoes and boots (if authorized) (5) Athletic shoes (6)Shower shoes Note: Extra footgear will be placed under the rack behind the required shoe alignment. Food Items. (3. etc. and serviceable. or any other formal room inspection. Note: Mini blinds are not authorized. TAI. are required to emplace the dust cover daily. Perishable foods. clean. SMI. it is a longstanding tradition at Norwich. Large amounts of nonperishable foods (i. All cadets are required to strip their beds. NUCC Standards. m. Food should be kept out of sight. (2. The dust cover will be folded in half (along length) and laid covering the pillow. Cadets who do not subscribe to linen service are required to wash their sheets and pillowcase once a week for personal hygiene reasons. sheets. The white pillowcase opening will be towards the wall. l. The `Norwich' blanket will be stacked first followed by the dust cover. University issued curtains are the only curtains authorized to hang in the rooms. The Norwich issue gold Norwich dust cover is the only authorized dust cover. n. The top sheet will be placed so that the top edge is along the top of the mattress and the bottom of the sheet will be tucked under folding 45-degree angles at the corners. Plastic liners may be used. All cadets. Unoccupied Extra Beds. Excess blanket will be tucked and corners folded at 45-degree angles. Open items need to be stored in sealed containers or bags to prevent the infestation of vermin or insects. soup. Desk. presentable. torn/ripped) or curtain rods need to be replaced through FAC OPS. regardless of class year or rank.) Pillow. are not authorized and will be disposed of immediately. crackers. in descending order by size from the outside edges. The bottom sheet will be tucked in place using 45-degree angles at the corners. Desk Blotter. Trashcans will be NU issued only. and Book Cases. The Norwich issued desk blotter will be centered on the desk.) detract from the professional appearance of the room and should not be left out in open view. Only one pillow authorized. Although small amounts of food items are authorized in the barracks and rooms.AUG 2005 172 . empty. tied (laces tucked as worn). The second gold band from the bottom of the blanket will line up with the top edge of the foot of the mattress and the overhang tucked underneath the mattress. (4. Cadets will be responsible to replace any trashcan that is unserviceable. o. Unoccupied beds need to be stripped and left unmade. The dustcover will be removed and the pillow will be displayed for Monday's open-air rack. beds will be stripped to allow for airing and clean linen exchange. and bookcases will be neat and orderly. Boots and shoes will be polished. Desk. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Open Air Rack.) Sheets. desk blotters. They are to be serviceable and hung properly. The bottom of the blanket will be tucked in using 45-degree angles at the corners and sides tucked. Footgear. laced. and extended vacations. common sense and the need to maintain sanitary conditions are required.) Norwich' Blanket. The folded edge will be towards the center of the bed so that it forms a straight line.
Items are subject to confiscation and may be discarded. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . entryways. This is a Class 1 offense. Alternate storage areas must be found for excess equipment. Common courtesy to fellow cadets and visitors is expected. Clothing and detergents left in the laundry rooms for more than 12 hours are subject to confiscation and may be discarded. athletic gear. The chain of command may direct cadets to police any area when necessary.. If stored in room the equipment will be neatly stored or stacked out of movement areas and present a non-obtrusive appearance to the room. Bulletin boards will be maintained IAW paragraph 11-3. Cadets are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of common areas (hallways. trunk. PART 4 Barracks and Upper Parade Ground (UP) Maintenance Standards. Flags. Bikes may be stored in trunk rooms if the room is available. profanity. e. 11-10. or container will be placed on top of the wall locker or on the floor. Personal belongings such as sneakers. c. bottles. 11-12. Posters which display nudity. The only appliances permitted in cadet rooms are those listed in Chapter 11. Appliances. are not to be left in hallways for extended periods of time. 11-14.. boxes and other luggage will be tagged and stored in trunk rooms. 11-11. NU Awards. Cadet Commanders will ensure that all personal and military equipment is neatly arranged and their rooms. certificates and plaques. are strictly prohibited. Cadet leaders will ensure that excessive trash or mess is policed up. clothes. pins.e. d. Cadets are to refer to NUCC Rules and Regulations for storage policy. and latrines). stairwells. NOTE: Multi-plug extension cords with surge protectors are the only plug adapters authorized for use in the barracks. THIS IS A FIRE HAZARD. Miscellaneous: a. defaces. trunk rooms. b. the only flags authorized for hanging are the American Flag and Military Service Flags. toiletry items. c. Anyone who trifles with. No items are to be hung in front. windowsill or windowpanes. NOTE: YOU CANNOT LINE ROOM WALLS WITH HANGING MATERIAL.AUG 2005 173 . janitor closets. or removes items from bulletin boards." NUCC Standards. Authorized footlocker. Note: Items left in common areas are subject to confiscation and may be discarded. stuffed animals. over. All trunks. Personal Items. Common Areas.11-9. will be subject to disciplinary action. i. suitcases. chew tobacco are not to be openly displayed. a. Bulletin Boards (Figure 11-1). or on the window. Excess cords will be wrapped neatly and not present a cluttered appearance. or which glorify alcohol or its use strictly. FAC OP'S cleaning personnel are not expected to clean up intentional messes or disorder caused by cadets. laundry rooms. ironing boards. vulgarity. Collection or displays of types. All authorized wall hangings must be hung from the tack boards only. boom boxes etc. etc. Honors received may be neatly displayed on bookshelf or on walls. Posters: only one poster per room occupant is authorized as a wall hanging. All appliances used must be UL approved. NUCC Rules and Regulations. Wall Hangings. stored in cans. Company Commanders are responsible for the overall appearance of their company areas and the cleanliness of interior space and areas surrounding the barracks under their command. A basic set of skis and sports equipment may be stored in rooms or secured in trunk rooms. All appliances and lights will be turned off when not in use or when cadets are out of the room. 11-13. doormats. f. hats. b. boots. Refrigerators must be kept clean and free from spoiled food and odor. shrines.
Police Call. Norwich University will not be held responsible for items lost or stolen. or frisbee tossing. All cadet quarters will be prepared for daily inspection as described in daily room and barracks standards published in this SOP. All items must be tagged with cadet's name. The cadet leadership will assist security with identifying the source of the fire or alarm. cadets are prohibited from walking on the tour path. Inspections are necessary to ensure good order and discipline and a tool for commanders to monitor the general health and welfare of their personnel. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . parades. or music is authorized. and rear. Rooms will be ready for inspection daily from 0700 hours and remain so until 1700. Cadets will be responsible for their guest(s). cigarette butts. or adjacent to the barracks. sitting or sun tanning.11-15. Complete uniform is not required. laundry rooms. leave doors closed and unlocked. Adams Bell Tower. Dewey Hall. all personnel inside the barracks will immediately fall out of the barracks and form up on the UP in platoon formations for accountability. When departing. Trunk rooms are considered nonsecured areas. The UP has long been a ceremonial area. ball tossing . Fire Alarm Evacuation. Cadets are prohibited any time during the academic year through finals from walking on the grass. Energy Conservation. 11-20. hackey sack. This area will extend out to 10 meters around a command's barracks. 11-17. In the event a fire alarm sounds. Each unit in the Corps will be assigned a specific area to be policed. “OFF IF NOT NEEDED” is the policy! The conservation of energy is a cost savings to everyone in the Norwich Community. etc. Cadets should not wait for a formal police call rather take initiative and police any trash when seen. etc. skate boarding. dorms. shorts/slacks. Chaplin Hall and Jackman Hall. or detached service (DS). 11-21. NOTE: Cadets will not reenter the barracks until the alarm has stopped and Security has authorized entrance. “WATER “WASTE MEANS WATER SHORTAGE” also applies. All cadets on official absence. Cadets will turn off all lights and appliances not in use in the latrines. 11-19. Cadets are prohibited from removing furniture from the barracks and sitting outside the front or side doors of the barracks. Company Commanders have primary responsibility for conducting inspections of all cadets and rooms in their company area. PART 5 INSPECTIONS. cans. Cadet Commanders and Senior Noncommissioned Officers will inspect trunk rooms to ensure compliance with NUCC Regulations. Bikes may be stored in trunk rooms if space permits. b. The same holds true for the Military College of Vermont campus. playing sports. In addition to scheduled inspections the following is required: NUCC Standards. a. Commanders and 1SGs will be responsible to ensure assigned areas are free from trash. or as required if a formal inspection is scheduled. however cadets should quickly put on a pair of shoes. shirt and appropriate outer garment. (Figure 11-3) Military installations are known for a high state of beauty and cleanliness reflecting the discipline and pride of the personnel assigned. will have their rooms prepared for inspection prior to departing and their locations will be annotated on door cards. no inline skating. anything less is unacceptable.AUG 2005 174 . janitor's closets. Weapons will remain in the rooms. In addition. Standards will be met or exceeded. road or walk way in front. (exceptions to this are training. and home address and phone number. The Regimental Commander and Battalion Commanders will spot-check rooms in addition to ensuring that their staffs are inspected. NOTE: Unless executing marching tours. sides. trunk rooms. police call or formal corps functions . NOTE: ALL LEADERS MUST BE DISCIPLINED TO INSPECT AND HOLD ALL CADETS TO HIGH STANDARDS. 11-18. Trunk Rooms. and classrooms. cadets will turn off all room lights. games. Cadets with an excessive amount of items to store should mail them home or find alternate areas to secure them. Daily Room Inspections. Additionally. front. unit. The UP is defined as any grass. 11-16. bottles. Upper Parade Ground (UP). bicycles. General.
1SGs are required to have one hundred percent (100%) accountability for all personnel assigned to his/her unit and render this report upon the inspecting officer's request. but will include: a. The other Company Commander and 1SG will post themselves on their respective floor which is adjacent to the company being inspected and await the inspecting officers. unless room door is in the way. All wardrobe drawers will be stacked open. FAI). and NUCC Standing Operating Procedures Manual will be displayed on one desk. the 1SG will call the floor to "AT EASE" at which time all personnel assigned to that floor will come to the position of parade rest at the foot of their respective bunk (bed). at the position of parade rest/at ease. All cadets are required to arrange wardrobes and closets IAW standard layout described in Part 6. Afternoon Inspections will be conducted in the following manner. and balconies (Hawkins). The 1SG and his/her runner will remain outside the room being inspected unless called upon by one of the inspecting officers.) Windows. Upon reaching the company area. Afternoon (TAI. A complete copy (only 1 per room) of the Norwich NUCC Rules and Regulations. calling "ROOM NUCC Standards.) In the event that a member of the room is absent. waiting for the inspecting officer. c. Assistant Commandants will inspect their respective battalions. b. window wells. Room occupants can download and print these documents from the NU website (CLIC). Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . g. The battalion commander of the battalion being inspected will report to the Commandant's Office ten (10) minutes prior to the scheduled inspection time. will be clean and free of objects.(1. Battalion Commander and Company Commander. f. (5. of this SOP. Duties and Responsibilities. The actual inspecting officers will consist of the Commandant or his staff (Deputy/Assistant Commandants). (7) Windows and curtains will be open or closed uniformly throughout the inspected company area. c. however. to display hanging uniforms. The Commandant of Cadets or Deputy Commandant and Assistant Commandant will select the company he/she wishes to inspect first and will follow the Company Commander to his unit. The bed will be made as explained in Part 3. These inspections will be conducted the same as daily room inspections described in paragraph 11-21. Company Commanders and 1SGs will be posted at the main entrance of their barracks to greet the inspecting officers. centered on the desk blotter. 11-23. The Commandant of Cadets or Deputy Commandant will inspect one Battalion during the scheduled Afternoon Inspection.) All room doors will remain open or propped open throughout the inspection. FAI) and Saturday Morning (SMI) Inspections. 11-22. three inches and one from another. Wardrobe doors will be opened.AUG 2005 175 .) Telephone ringers and sound devices will be turned off from the start of an inspection until dismissed. The 1SG. the other occupant(s) should be able to respond with the individual's whereabouts. (3. b.) Door material must be updated and posted accordingly. windowsills. (6. will initiate the room inspection by entering the room. Conduct of Tuesday and Friday Afternoon Inspection (TAI. e. h. (4. d. The Commandant Of Cadets or Deputy Commandant and Assistant Commandants will accompany the Battalion Commanders on a formal inspection of his/her respective units. 11-8 i. a. Curtains will hang free. Desk drawers will be neat and orderly. This is to eliminate having more than three inspecting personnel in one room at any one time. and standing at the foot of bed. of this SOP. (2) Cadets will be in the proper uniform. not tied.
All deficiencies noted by the Inspecting Officers will be recorded by the 1SG and submitted in report form to the Battalion Commander. Cadet Commanders and Senior Noncommissioned Officers will make frequent inspections of barracks after 1930 hrs to ensure a proper study atmosphere and compliance with NU Rules and Regulations and standards. "AT EASE. Representatives from the Office of the Commandant (CDO) and the Faculty.ATTENTION". Regimental Commander and the appropriate Assistant Commandant. NOTE: Bunk beds must be made so as to alternate head to foot. (6) Lights will be turned off. (4) All drawers will be open so as to expose at least 3 inches of the contents with the contents arranged as directed by the NUCC SOP. 11-8 i.AUG 2005 176 . (10) Foot gear and wardrobes/closets will be displayed as directed. the 1SG under the company commander's directive will command "COMPANY Attention. (9) Rooms must be dust free and trashcans emptied. 11-24. (8) All sound devices will be turned off during inspections. n. Inspection results are mentioned at the weekly Regimental Command and Staff meeting. (7) Door cards must be updated and posted. (3) In the event that a member of the room is absent." and then move to the next room. DISMISSED". (2) All doors will remain open throughout the inspection. Individuals who for one reason or another are not present for the scheduled Tuesday/Friday Afternoon Inspection must report to the Office of the Commandant within 24 hours after the inspection to receive an on the spot personal inspection in the uniform of the day form their Assistant Commandant. all occupants will come to the position of attention and speak only when addressed by an inspecting officer. NUCC Standards. the other occupants should be able to respond with the individual's whereabouts. Once the inspecting officers have left the room. Evening Inspections. Tuesday and Friday Afternoon Inspections will be the same as Daily Inspections. but will include: (1) One complete copy of the NUCC Rules and Regulations and the NUCC SOP will be displayed on one desk within each room and the Cadet Handbook will be displayed on each desk. the cadet will promptly respond using correct military protocol. k. and then stepping to the side to allow the inspecting officers to enter. Once the entire company has been inspected and the inspecting officers have departed. m. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . 1. (5) The bed will be made IAW with Part 3. the 1SG will command. At this time. When addressed.
5. NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . The opening of the canteen will line with the forward edge of the wardrobe. The uniform will be hanging in the proper location and will be hung IAW this SOP. NU recruits and cadets may leave rank and insignia on military service uniforms. Opening of hanging clothing items will face to the left side of the wardrobe. maroon NU Figure 11-4 Standard Wardrobe Layout 1. 2. Stickers or decals. Brim of caps will line with the forward edge of the wardrobe. shirts. Clothing items will be buttoned on the hangers as worn on the body.AUG 2005 177 . 7. The uniform itself will not be an item of inspection by any cadet in the chain of command or cadre. Pistol belt and canteen will lay flat on top of the wardrobe. 3. 10. Insignia will be on all headgear. 9. are not to be stuck directly on the wardrobe. Rank may be left on all Norwich uniform items. L/S CAP CAP CAP BUCKET G-Summer cadet jacket (Gray/Black) H-Black Gortex Jacket CLOTHING ARRANGEMENT A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R I-Gray tunic (if issued) J-Blue Coatee K-White shirts (Freshmen only) L-Tan trousers / slacks (Freshmen only) M-Gray trousers / skirts A DRAWER N-White trousers / skirts O-Camo Gortex Jacket B DRAWER P-Military service uniform Q-NUCC PT uniform (running suit) C DRAWER D DRAWER R-Robe. 4. shirts. Footlocker and military equipment will be on top of wardrobe behind pistol belt. 6. The military service uniform(s) may be present if the cadet is a member of a National Guard or Reserve unit. Canteens will be empty and open for drying.. 8. S/S ROOK/BDU WHITE SERV GRAY SERV TAR F-Gray. Extra caps will be place behind the other caps. etc. Military issued gear and storage trunks (optional) will be placed on top of the wardrobes.PART 6 Wardrobe Arrangement and Clothing Layout Arrangement A-Laundry bag tied off B-Towels C-Civilian clothes (hanger sets) D-BDU set(s)-BDU top over trousers E-White.
and black gloves. b. b. and not kept in bag or bucket. A Drawer 5 6 10 B DRAWER a. c. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . 1-White T Shirts 2 2-Brown T Shirts 3-Briefs/Boxers/Panties 2 4-Black Nylon Socks 1 5-White PT Socks 6-Boot Socks (OD green or black cushion) 1 7-Braziers Figure 11-6. All T-shirts. 6-Deodorant 7-Tooth Brush 1 8-Tooth Paste 9-Razor and blades 4 10-Soap Dish 7 9 11-Shampoo 11 5 8 Figure 11-5. A DRAWER a. Items will be clean. 2-Black ties. briefs. white towel. d. neat and orderly. neck tabs. Wardrobe doors will be open or closed based on type of inspection or upon inspector’s request. A DRAWER 3-Garrison cap 2 3 4-Nameplates and insignia-crests 5–Belts. c. black knit cap.AUG 2005 178 . white gloves. B Drawer 1 1 B DRAWER 6 5 5 4 4 4 6 5 5 4 4 4 7 3 3 3 3 3 NUCC Standards. Toiletry items shown are to be displayed. and boxers will be rolled 6” (dollar bill) wide. scarf. 1-In order from the bottom up: suspenders. black web w/ buckle. A Drawer will be lined with a clean. Panties will be rolled 4 “wide and braziers neatly folded. Socks will be rolled with “smile” facing up.WARDROBE DRAWERS Note: For inspections drawers will be stacked open 3” (4 finger width) from one to another. Insignia will remain on the garrison cap.
D Drawer NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . maroon 3-ROTC PT Shirts (not issued by all ROTCs) 4-ROTC PT Shorts (not issued by all ROTCs) 5-NUCC PT Sweat shirt (gray cotton) 6-NUCC PT Sweat pants (gray cotton) 7-ROTC Sweat shirt (not issued by all ROTCs) 8-ROTC Sweat pants (not issued by all ROTCs) C DRAWER 1 1 2 5 6 3 3 4 7 8 Figure 11-7.AUG 2005 179 . C Drawer D DRAWER 1-Spray starch or Starch spray bottle 2-Iron 3-Brasso 4-Foot Powder 5-Shoe Polish 6-Applicator Brush 7-Boot Brush 8-Polypropylene under garments (optional) Figure 11-8.C DRAWER 1-Norwich PT Shirts. gray 2-Norwich PT Shorts.
Drawer O-Camo Gortex Jacket C Drawer P-Military service uniform Q-NUCC PT uniform (maroon nylon type) R-Robe. ALUMNI CLOSET LAYOUT (if there is a fourth cadet living in the room..) A-Laundry bag tied off B-Towel C-Civilian clothes (hanger sets) D-BDU set(s) BDU top over trousers E-White shirts. The uniform itself will not be an item of inspection by any cadet in the chain of command or cadre.AUG 2005 180 . B. The military service uniform(s) may be present if the cadet is a member of a National Guard or Reserve unit. 5. 7. Extra caps will be placed behind the front caps. maroon NU Figure 11-9. 4. Clothing items will be buttoned on the hanger as worn on the body.NOTE: Alumni Barracks contains unique furniture and requires a separate layout SOP from that of all other barracks. Canteens will be empty and open for drying. 6. 8. The opening of the canteen will line with the forward edge of the closet shelf. NU recruits and cadets may leave rank and insignia on military service uniforms. 9. L/S ROOK/BDU WHITE SERV GRAY SERV TAR CAP CAP CAP BUCKET G-Summer cadet jacket (Gray/Black) CLOTHING ARRANGEMENT H-Black Gortex Jacket A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R I-Gray tunic (if issued) J-Blue Coatee K-White shirts (freshmen only) A Drawer L-Tan trousers (freshmen only) Optional Inexpensive Plastic 3 M-Gray trousers/skirts Drawer Chest B Drawer (purchased by Cadet) N-White trousers/skirts used as A. C. S/S F-Gray shirts. Brim of caps will line with the forward edge of the closet. Insignia will be on all headgear. are not to be stuck directly on the closet walls. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Stickers or decals. Alumni Closet Layout 1. The uniform will be hanging in the proper location and will be hung IAW this SOP. Footlocker and military equipment will be on top shelf of closet behind the pistol belt. etc. 2. Pistol belt and canteen will lay flat on top of wardrobe. NUCC Standards. Opening of hanging clothing items will face to the left side of the closet shelf. 3. Rank may be left on all Norwich uniform items.
shirts. Extra caps will be place behind the other caps..ALUMNI WARDROBE LAYOUT (Note: Alumni wardrobes have no D Drawer. 7. The uniform itself will not be an item of inspection by any cadet in the chain of command or cadre. 4. Alumni Wardrobe Drawers. Footlocker and military equipment will be on top of wardrobe behind pistol belt. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . shirts. That cadet is encouraged to purchase an inexpensive plastic set of drawers. B. 2. Canteens will be empty and open for drying. 9. etc. are not to be stuck directly on the wardrobe. Clothing items will be buttoned on the hangers as worn on the body. 3.) A-Laundry bag tied off B-Towels C-Civilian clothes (hanger sets) D-DU set(s)-BDU top over trousers E-White. 6. These drawers will be set up IAW the A. The Alumni wardrobe contains only three drawers. NU recruits and cadets may leave rank and insignia on military service uniforms. The uniform will be hanging in the proper location and will be hung IAW this SOP. guidance will be provided by the student's immediate supervisor on which available drawers to use as the A. 8. Insignia will be on all headgear. The military service uniform(s) may be present if the cadet is a member of a guard or reserve unit. B. NUCC Standards. Pistol belt and canteen will lay flat on top of the wardrobe. Stickers or decals. Opening of hanging clothing items will face to the left side of the wardrobe. If a fourth cadet is using the closet as a wardrobe. Brim of caps will line with the forward edge of the wardrobe. C drawers as shown in PART 6 above. C drawers. Alumni Wardrobe Layout 1.AUG 2005 181 . Rank may be left on all Norwich uniform items. maroon NU C DRAWER Figure 11-10. The top right draw of the desk is to be used as the D drawer. The opening of the canteen will line with the forward edge of the wardrobe. 5. S/S ROOK/BDU WHITE SERV GRAY SERV TAR CAP CAP CAP BUCKET F-Gray. Cadets billeted in Alumni barracks will use the top right drawer of their desk as their D Drawer. L/S G-Summer cadet jacket (Gray/Black) CLOTHING ARRANGEMENT H-Black Gortex Jacket A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R I-Gray tunic (if issued) J-Blue Coatee K-White shirts (Freshmen only) L-Tan trousers / slacks (Freshmen only) M-Gray trousers / skirts A DRAWER N-White trousers / skirts O-Camo Gortex Jacket B DRAWER P-Military service uniform Q-NUCC PT uniform (maroon nylon type) R-Robe.
d. Cadet Commanders shall take such action as necessary to maintain conditions conducive to study. b. (Study hours-Remember-ACADEMICS ARE THE TOP PRIORITY) 11-25. Cadets may use academic buildings for study provided that an academic professor has granted permission. Owners/possessors of devices that cause a disturbance to others will have the stereo privilege withdrawn and device confiscated. horseplay. c. Study Hours. NUCC Standards. Noise. All cadets present in any room are responsible for any violation of regulations occurring within that room (See Toleration. sports.Rules and Regulations. b. a. NUCC . No formations or scheduled activity will be scheduled or required of any cadet during study hours without permission of the Regimental Commander or the Commandant. The period between Call to Quarters (CQ) and Taps is designated as study hours (1930 2300). Barracks Standards of Conduct. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . loud talking. games.AUG 2005 182 . All cadets will observe the highest standards of conduct at all times. 11-26. Chapter 7). c. Items will not be thrown from or through windows.PART 7 Call to Quarters. Stereo/Sound equipment will only be permitted to operate so that the sound remains within occupant's room. Cadets are not authorized to be in unsupervised academic buildings after hours unless specifically authorized. a. or general disturbance in or around barracks is prohibited. Cadets creating a disturbance or hampering the study hours of others will be disciplined as necessary.
quote of the day. CMC/CC Rosters and Tour Report: A listing of who is on CMC/CC and their tour status. A Listing of major events and execution dates. PROFANITY. Competitions.AUG 2005 183 .FIGURE 11-1 COMPANY BULLETIN BOARDS 1. 5. If more than one company occupies a barracks. jokes. dates. Police Call Areas: A detailed map showing that barracks police call areas of responsibility. 1. Club/Sport/ROTC Events: A listing of activities of special interest to cadets. Chain of Command Reg thru Company 14. Inspection and Competition Results: A detailed list of discrepancies of the barracks and room standards SOP. This list covers all companies contained in that barracks. strange/funny photos. 3. Company CQ Duty Roster: A detailed list of who has the duty of Charge of Quarters in that specific barracks. 4. Club/Sport ROTC Events 7. CMC/CC Roster and Tour Report 12. Semester Training Schedule 2. 2. Also make time to post and read competition results from Rook of the Month. NOTE: NO NUDITY. etc. 6.e. Honor Committee Members and Events 13. Regimental Commander's Policies: Commander's policies posted one on top of the other. It is important to know this information. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . BN CDR's Policies 4. i. 7. 12. 10. 13. Special Orders: A listing of priorities that are important during the period of time in which we are in. 8. NUCC Standards. 14. Battalion Special BDO Duty Orders Roster 5. 11. It is imperative that all cadets are familiar with what the commander expects. Regimental Guard Duty Roster: A detailed listing of who has duty of RDO/NCO at the Guard Shack in Jackman Hall and who has Sentinel Duty. Chain of Command Regiment thru Company: A list of commanders from the R/CDR down to Co CDR.. Cadet of the Month. Free Space for anything No nudity profanity or vulgarity 8. OR VULGARITY. 9. Honor Committee Members and Events: A listing of Honor Committee members and times. This list covers the entire time that unit is tasked to perform these important duties. Semester Training Schedule. Commanders and 1SGs must ensure that schedules are posted and current. Co Commander's Policies: Same as above. the unit 1SGs will work out the details. CADETS ARE HELD TO A HIGH STANDARD. Co CDR's Inspection and Policies Competition results Specific Blocks: Bulletin Boards are to be maintained by 1SGs and current at all times. Training schedules are distributed on-line to commanders. Regmt CDR's Policies 11. Regmlt Guard Duty Roster RDO/NCO 9. 10. Free Space: A space for levity. and locations of any upcoming open hearings. Bn Commander's Policies: Same as above. Police Call Areas 6. 3.
FIGURE 11-2 DOOR CARDS NUCC SSG PARTRIDGE ND 2 SQD LDR ST ST 1 PLT. A Co. 1 BN CLASS OF 200__ MAJOR_________________ ROTC___________ CLUB(S) ___________________________ SPORT(S) ____________________ COMMITTEE(S)_____________________ CLASS SCHEDULE THU FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED TIME OUT TIME RTN ON OFF LEAVE/PASS DS INFIRMAR CURRENT LOCATION:__________________________________________________ NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 184 .
Police call rosters with unit responsible and dates will be posted on the building's company bulletin boards. IT'S YOUR CAMPUS. NUCC Standards. The UP itself will be policed by those cadets on CMC daily. These areas include all ground level exterior window areas. areas between buildings and grass and pavement areas to the curb of the UP. ALLCADETS DO A DAILY POLICE CALL. Commanders and 1SGs will coordinate which company will conduct police call for the buildings that house several companies. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 185 . grass areas. cigarette butts included will be policed up daily. POLICE CALL IS NOT A FRESHMEN TASK OR A NONJUDICIAL PUNISHMENT. KEEP IT CLEAN.FIGURE 11-3 UNIT POLICE CALL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY ALL COMMANDERS AND LEADERS ARE RESPONSIBLE TO POLICE THEIR AREAS DAILY. rear of buildings out to 10 meters. All trash.
d. Commander's Suspension Authority. to include increasing and decreasing a punishment. if so. (3) When a commander determines that non-judicial punishment is appropriate for a particular cadet. including all such offenses arising from a single incident or course of conduct. rank. f. and not made the basis for multiple punishments. Non-judicial punishment may be imposed for acts or omissions that are minor offenses under the Index of Delinquencies. Only the Commandant and Deputy Commandant have the authority on appeals to uphold. punishment may not again be imposed for the same offense or incident. non-judicial and corrective in nature. and. Non-judicial punishment shall be considered on an individual basis. (2) Once non-judicial punishment has been imposed. Suspension provides an incentive to the offender and gives an opportunity to the commander to evaluate the offender during the period of suspension. as to the nature and amount of punishment appropriate. It is intended to teach cadets to place a high sense of duty above self-interest and to be instructional. shall ordinarily be considered together. particularly in the case of first offenders or when significant extenuating or mitigating matters are present. remedial training. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Non-judicial punishment provides commanders with an essential and prompt means of maintaining good order and discipline and also promotes positive behavior changes in cadets without the stigma of a Full Hearing Board or Summary Session. Commanders considering non-judicial punishment should consider the nature of the offense. which include verbal and written counseling.1). Commanders should consider suspending all or part of any punishment selected under the Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations (NUSRR) Index of Delinquencies. the offender's age. or that predetermined kinds or amounts of punishment be imposed for certain offenses that the subordinate considers appropriate for disposition by non-judicial punishment. Commander's Discretion.AUG 2005 186 . when necessary. discipline can be maintained through effective leadership including. or administrative corrective measures. both as to whether non-judicial punishment is appropriate. duty assignment. Limitations on Non-judicial Punishment: (1) When punishment has been imposed for a Class 1 Offense. record and experience. Commanders are responsible for good order and discipline in their commands. the record of the cadet. it may not be increased upon appeal or otherwise. administrative corrective measures or ordinary disciplinary actions haven’t changed the behavior or are inadequate due to the nature of the offense or the record of the cadet. a. letters of reprimand. nor shall a superior issue regulations. Commander's Responsibility.CHAPTER 12 CORPS OF CADETS DISCIPLINARY SYSTEM 12-1. A commander who is considering a Class 1 Offense for disposition will exercise personal discretion in evaluating each case. rescind or amend any decision. b. but less serious than major disciplinary actions that are adjudicated by a Full Hearing Board or Summary Session Policy. General. Non-judicial punishment is ordinarily appropriate when corrective training. The Norwich University Corps of Cadets (NUCC) disciplinary system is designed to develop self-discipline as a daily way of life and to teach cadets to accept full responsibility for all that they do or fail to do. Generally. c. the need for good order and discipline. and the effect of non-judicial punishment on the cadet and the cadet's record. No superior may direct that a subordinate authority impose non-judicial punishment in a particular case. Minor Offenses. A Class 1 Offense is a disciplinary measure more serious than administrative corrective measures and ordinary disciplinary actions. or "guides" which suggest to subordinate authorities that certain categories of minor offenses be disposed of by nonjudicial punishment instead of by a Full Hearing Board. orders. NUCC Standards. and the Disciplinary Action Form (NUCC Form 12. administrative corrective measures. all known offenses determined to be appropriate for disposition by non-judicial punishment and ready to be considered at that time. e. Whether an offense is minor depends on several factors: the nature of the offense and the circumstances surrounding its commission.
The following persons may serve as a non-judicial punishment authority for the purposes of administering non-judicial punishment proceedings under the NUSRR: (1) Company Commanders (2) Battalion Commanders (3) Regimental Commander (4) Assistant Commandants (5) Deputy Commandant (6) Vice President for Student Affairs / Commandant b. which the cadet is alleged to have committed. If the Commander elects to impose an administrative withholding of privileges on the Disciplinary Action Form he/she must record the duration of the period for which the privilege is withheld. You may present witnesses or other evidence to show why you shouldn't be punished at all (matters of defense) or why punishment should be very light (matters of extenuation and NUCC Standards. or limit use of administrative corrective measures that promote efficiency and good order and discipline such as counseling.g. disapprovals.AUG 2005 187 . rebukes. a. I want you to understand I have not yet made a decision whether or not you will be punished.3). censures. I will not impose any punishment unless I am convinced beyond reasonable doubt that you committed the offense(s). h. First. You have several rights under this Class 1 proceeding. Relationship of Non-judicial Punishment to Administrative Corrective Measures.) "You are not required to make any statements. You may ordinarily have an open hearing before me. If. stalking. a. The cadet shall be informed of the following: (1) Verbatim notification of the following: "I am considering whether you should be punished under the NUSRR. possession of illegal substances and / or serious breaches of state or federal law may be limited by the sanction assessment limits published in Chapter 9. extra military instruction. 12-2.2) and if reasonable grounds exist to believe that the accused committed the offense(s) alleged a NUCC Disciplinary Charge Sheet (NUCC Form 12. and administrative withholding of privileges. to include. corrective training. 12-3. reproofs. admonitions. after a preliminary inquiry. but if you do. exhortations. The authority of a commander to impose non-judicial punishment as to certain types of offenses. Alleged violations of the NU Student Rules and Regulations (NUSRR) that warrant more severe disciplinary action must be adjudicated as a Class I Offense.1) is 4 marching tours and 4 work tours. and they may be used for acts or omissions which are not offenses under NUSRR Index of Delinquencies and for acts or omissions which are offenses under the NUSRR Index of Delinquencies.1) is signed by an Assistant Commandant and placed in the cadet’s personnel file. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . they may be used against you in this proceeding or in a Deputy Commandant's Hearing Board. the non-judicial punishment authority begins the process by initiating a NUCC Due Process Checklist (NUCC Form 12. The NUSRR and the NUCC Standing Operating Procedure (SOP) do not apply. hazing. reprimands. The maximum punishment that may be imposed by a Commander using Disciplinary Action Form (NUCC Form 12. You may request a person to speak on your behalf. the non-judicial punishment authority determines that disposition by nonjudicial punishment proceedings may be appropriate. or in special cases such as violations involving violence. Punishment recommended by a Commander using the Disciplinary Action Form (NUCC Form 12. unless the error materially prejudiced a substantial right of the cadet on whom the punishment was imposed. Failure to Comply with any of the Procedural Provisions of the NUSRR or this SOP shall not invalidate a punishment imposed for a Class 1 Offense. Section IV of the NUSRR or for liability reasons by the Commandant and/or Deputy Commandant. assault. Procedure. Administrative corrective measures are not punishment. Who may impose non-judicial punishment. criticisms. for the following misconduct:" (Inform the cadet of the alleged offenses — including the specific Class 1 violation(s).
b. (1) Disciplinary Probation. upon request. the non-judicial punishment authority shall: (i) (ii) (iv) So inform the cadet. c.4) after considering all relevant matters presented. at any time. The disciplinary authority will prescribe the duration of the probation. Section XV Penalty Assessment Chart for Class 1 Offenses.7). except when appearance is prevented by extraordinary circumstances. Section IV Commanding Officer's Disciplinary Action. Inform the cadet of the punishment imposed. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . (2) Concludes that the cadet committed one or more of the offenses alleged. Decision. (vi) Provide the cadet with a copy of the NUCC Disciplinary Case Disposition Form (NUCC Form 12. the non-judicial punishment authority shall so inform the cadet and terminate the proceedings. The non-judicial punishment authority shall refer to the following sections of the NUSRR before imposing any punishment: (1) Chapter 9. d. in which case the Disciplinary Charge Sheet for the alleged offence will be referred to the Deputy Commandant for adjudication in absentia.3) and redacted statements. Any disciplinary violation that occurs while on disciplinary probation will result in immediate suspension or dismissal.mitigation) I will consider everything you present before deciding whether I will impose punishment or the type and amount of punishment I will impose. Punishments. the cadet shall be entitled to appear personally before the non-judicial punishment authority that offered non-judicial punishment. and (vii) Forward all case materials to the appropriate authority. Record the information on NUCC Disciplinary Case Disposition Form (NUCC Form 12. The Commandant and the Deputy Commandant may.AUG 2005 188 . (3) Chapter 9. Do you understand these rights?" (2) The non-judicial punishment authority shall inform the cadet with a brief summary of the information upon which the allegations are based and/or provide notification that the cadet may. If the non-judicial punishment authority: (1) Does not conclude that the cadet committed the offences alleged. examine available redacted statements and evidence.4) is properly signed. A cadet NUCC Standards. (2) Chapter 9. The non-judicial punishment authority shall provide the accused with copies of the Disciplinary Charge Sheet (NUCC Form 12. The NUSRR limits the kind and amount of punishment authorized. b. The non-judicial punishment authority shall complete the NUCC Disciplinary Case Disposition Form (NUCC Form 12.4). Close Military Confinement (CMC) is the most severe disciplinary action that may be assessed to a cadet short of suspension or dismissal. a. Nature of punishment. place a cadet on disciplinary probation as a rehabilitative measure for a violation of NUSRR. (iii) Inform the cadet of the right to appeal. Before non-judicial punishment may be imposed. (2) NUCC Close Military Confinement (NUCC Form-12. Section XIV Class 1 Offenses Defined. 12-4. and (4) Chapter 9. Section XVI Index of Delinquencies. (v) Ensure the NUCC Disciplinary Case Disposition Form (NUCC Form 12.4).
An Assistant Commandant shall complete the Disciplinary Tour Work Slip (NUCC Form-12. or does not cooperate with the supervising Group Leader(s). Working during the ten minute breaks will not be credited toward the next hour of work. Any work tour(s) not completed prior to the 0730 Saturday Mandatory Tour Formation must be performed as a marching tour(s) starting at 0800 Saturday. (3) NUCC Campus Confinement (NUCC Form-12. The cadet performing the work tour(s) is responsible for ensuring the agency supervisor completes the bottom portion of the Disciplinary Tour Work Slip (NUCC Form-12. When an alternative to the Class A uniform is directed. No credit will be given if tour is not marched correctly.AUG 2005 189 . A cadet placed on CC is not permitted to attend or participate in any athletic. (4) Disciplinary Tours. (vi) Mandatory tour formation. A work tour is fifty consecutive minutes in duration and will be conducted on a date. all cadets will comply with the change. Uniform will be Class A.placed on CMC will be in a disciplinary probation status for a period to be determined by the Deputy Commandant. A tour formation is a supervised formation. The Cadet will return the Disciplinary Tour Work Slip (NUCC Form12.10) signed by their Assistant Commandant prior to reporting for work. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . (i) General. A cadet on special status (SS) will march tours unless specifically recommended for excusal by the University Physician and then will perform duties that do not violate their restriction as directed by their Assistant Commandant. Assistant Commandant or the non-judicial punishment authority. A cadet confined to the campus as a result of disciplinary or administrative action will not leave the Norwich University campus unless approved by the Deputy Commandant or an Assistant Commandant. the officer of the day may authorize the wear of the black knit cap with the Class A or the BDU with field jacket. (iii) Work Tours. will not receive credit for the tour(s). an Assistant Commandant or the Regimental Commander.6). A marching tour will only be conducted on the Tour Strip and is 50 consecutive minutes of marching with a rifle at shoulder arms.10) and designate the agency to which a cadet is assigned to work and the number of tours that may be performed. black knit cap and black gloves with wool inserts. A mandatory tour formation for all cadets with outstanding marching or working tours will be held both Saturday and Sunday as follows: 0730 Accountability formation and inspection 0745-0800 Briefing 0800-0850 First Hour 0900-0950 Second Hour 0950-1020 Brunch 1020 Accountability Formation 1030-1120 Third Hour 1130-1220 Fourth Hour NUCC Standards. (iv) Authorization to perform work tours. (ii) Marching Tours. The Battle Dress Uniform (BDU) is the uniform for work tours on Saturday and Sunday unless otherwise specified. (v) Failure to perform work tours. Failure to do so will result in no credit being given for the work performed. standing Cadet Guardroom duty or work-study. the S2 or in his/her absence. A Cadet must march all available tour hours. Any cadet who performs poorly. A Cadet must have in their possession an approved Disciplinary Tour Work Slip (NUCC Form-12. No tours may be credited for studying. at the cadence of 120 steps per minute.10) to their Assistant Commandant. Campus Confinement (CC) is less severe disciplinary action that a non-judicial punishment authority may impose. Formal work details may be assigned in lieu of marching tours at the discretion of the Deputy Commandant.10) at the conclusion of the assigned task. In the event of inclement or cold weather. time and location in support of the department or activity authorized by an Assistant Commandant. Fifty minutes of work with a ten-minute break will be credited as one Disciplinary Work Tour. social or extracurricular activities off campus. Fractions of a fifty-minute tour will not be credited toward the next hour of work.
and 15 days Campus Confinement (CC) by order of (the officer who imposed the punishment) or (the successor in command to the imposing commander) or (a superior authority). 12-5. The non-judicial punishment authority shall specify in writing any additional conditions of the suspension. a. which automatically terminates the period of suspension. be given an opportunity to appear before the non-judicial punishment authority authorized to vacate suspension of the punishment to present any matters in defense. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . extenuation. Mitigation is appropriate when the offender's later good conduct merits a reduction in the punishment. (2) An action suspending a punishment shall be documented in the cadet's 201 file and must specify that the cadet not violate any NUSRR. The commander who imposes non-judicial NUCC Standards. Example: "On (date). the Deputy Commandant. suspend any part or amount of the unexecuted punishment imposed and may suspend a rank reduction. and setting aside. The commander who imposes non-judicial punishment.AUG 2005 190 . may at any time. An action mitigating a punishment must be approved by an Assistant Commandant and shall be documented in the Cadet's 201 file. and 20 days Close Military Confinement (CMC). Example: "On (date). imposed on (date of punishment) were mitigated to 5 marching tours. (4) Mitigation is a reduction in either the quantity or quality of a punishment. The Non-judicial Punishment Authority shall report the findings of the proceedings to vacate a suspension on NUCC Report of Proceedings to Vacate Suspension Form. an Assistant Commandant. may at any time. and additional action to impose non-judicial punishment for a violation of the NUSRR upon which the vacation action is based is not precluded thereby. or the Commandant. a successor in command over the person punished. (5) Rank Reduction (when applicable as directed by the Deputy Commandant or an Assistant Commandant). All Marching Tour Credit Slips must be turned into Cadet Records by the Regimental S2 NOT LATER THAN 0800 on each Monday following Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formations. the Deputy Commandant. and 10 days Close Military Confinement (CMC). The commander who imposes non-judicial punishment. or the Commandant. 10 work tours. Remission is appropriate under the same circumstances as mitigation. (1) Suspension of a punishment may not be for a period longer than 6 months from the date of the suspension or the end of the spring semester. whether or not executed.All cadets with a work tour balance prior to the 0730 Saturday Mandatory Tour Formation must perform the work tours as marching tour(s) at both the Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formations until such time as they have a zero work tour balance. or mitigation of the violation on which the vacation action is to be based. The S2 Staffs Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formation Accountability Reports must be turned into Cadet Records by the Regimental S2 NOT LATER THAN 0800 on each Monday following Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formations. or when it is determined that the punishment imposed was disproportionate. unless impracticable. Vacation of a suspended non-judicial punishment is not itself non-judicial punishment.5). 10 work tours. mitigation. the cadet may not violate any NUSRR and is prohibited from any form of contact with D Company freshmen by order of (the officer who imposed the punishment) or (the successor in command to the imposing commander) or (a superior authority). the punishment(s) of 10 marching tours." (3) A suspension may be vacated by any non-judicial punishment authority or commander authorized to impose upon the cadet concerned punishment of the kind and amount involved in the vacation of suspension. the cadet ordinarily shall be notified and given an opportunity to respond. remission. the punishment(s) of 20 marching tours." (5) Remission is an action whereby any portion of the unexecuted punishment is cancelled. Suspension. imposed on (date of punishment) were suspended and will be automatically remitted if not vacated before (date suspension ends). mitigate any part or amount of the unexecuted portion of the punishment imposed. 20 work tours. its general nature remaining the same. if the punishment is of the kind set forth for a serious misconduct. an Assistant Commandant. (NUCC Form-12. Before a suspension may be vacated. Although a hearing is not always required to vacate a suspension. the cadet should. a successor in command over the person punished.
and property restored by order of (the officer who imposed the punishment) or (the successor in command to the imposing commander) or (a superior authority). dated and hand delivered. or rights affected by the punishment set aside are restored. The commander who imposes non-judicial punishment. The power to set aside an executed punishment should ordinarily be exercised only within a reasonable time after the punishment has been executed. the Deputy Commandant. a. In the case where an appeal cannot be delivered to the appellate. except that if action is not taken on the NUCC Standards. 2) The evidence was insufficient for a finding of guilty. the Deputy Commandant. whether executed or unexecuted. An action setting aside a punishment must be approved by an Assistant Commandant and shall be documented in the Cadet's 201 file. signed. and all rights. All appeals must contain justification to support one or more of the following: 1) The introduction of new evidence. c. remit any part or amount of the unexecuted portion of the punishment imposed. Administering Official: Company Commander Battalion Commander Regimental Commander Assistant Commandant Deputy Commandant Appellate Authority: Battalion Commander Regimental Commander Deputy Commandant Deputy Commandant Commandant * * For punishments involving suspension and dismissal only. A cadet who has appealed may be required to undergo any punishment imposed while the appeal is pending. An action mitigating a punishment must be approved by an Assistant Commandant and shall be documented in the Cadet's 201 file. a successor in command over the person punished. privileges. Appeals. Time limit. The power to set aside punishments and restore rights. Who may act on appeal. is set aside and any property. 4) Appeal of the measure of punishment. Appeal format. or the Commandant. An appeal must be typed (double spaced)." (6) Setting aside is an action whereby the punishment or any part or amount thereof. or the right to appeal shall be waived in the absence of good cause shown. under all circumstances of the case. may at any time. imposed on (date of punishment) were set aside. In general. the punishment(s) of 25 work tours and 25 days Campus Confinement (CC). Example: "On (date). Any cadet who is adjudged guilty and considers the punishment to be unjust or disproportionate to the offense may appeal through the proper channels to the next superior authority.AUG 2005 191 .punishment. b. or the Commandant. the punishment(s) of 15 marching tours and 25 days Close Military Confinement (CMC). and property affected by the executed portion of a punishment should ordinarily be exercised only when the authority considering the case believes that. 1 month is a reasonable time in the absence of unusual circumstances. an Assistant Commandant. a successor in command over the person punished. may set aside punishment. an Assistant Commandant. Example: "On (date). imposed on (date of punishment) were remitted by order of (the officer who imposed the punishment) or (the successor in command to the imposing commander) or (a superior authority). Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . the punishment has resulted in clear injustice. Appeals shall be in writing and must include the appellant's reasons for regarding the punishment as unjust or disproportionate. An appeal shall be submitted within 48 hours (two duty days) of imposition of punishment. 3) Due process was not provided. privileges." 12-6. then the cadet making the appeal shall deliver the appeal to the non-judicial punishment authority that imposed the punishment. In this connection. privileges.
rescind or amend any decision. Upon completion of action by the superior authority. If the superior authority sets aside a non-judicial punishment due to a procedural error. NUCC Form-12.9 K. Upon completion of action by the appellate authority all findings are final. Disciplinary Action Form. NUCC Form-12. Report of Proceedings to Vacate Suspension. (1) In general. NUCC Form-12. NUCC Form-12. to be conducted by the non-judicial punishment authority that imposed the punishment for the same offenses involved in the original proceedings. (5) Notification. Format for notification of Appellate findings B. (ii) Dismissals are permanent. If a cadet refuses to accept or comply with the punishment imposed.12 N.2 D. NUCC Close Military Confinement Instructions. The Deputy Commandant has the authority to suspend or dismiss cadets from Norwich University. Norwich University Corps of Cadets Due Process Checklist. to include increasing and decreasing a punishment. Authorization for Release from Confinement. NUCC Campus Confinement Instructions.8 J. Tour Roster.5 G. Disciplinary Marching Tour Credit Slip.3 E. NUCC Form-12. NUCC Form-12.11 M. the superior authority may exercise the same power with respect to the punishment imposed as may be exercised under NUSRR by the non-judicial punishment authority that imposed the punishment. Disciplinary Tour Work Slip. The superior authority may take action even if no appeal has been filed. (6) Refusal of Sanctions. When reviewing the actions of the non-judicial punishment authority that imposed punishment. NUCC Form-12. that authority may authorize additional proceedings under NUSRR.13 O. and any other appropriate matters. NUCC Form-12. the Deputy Commandant has the authority to dismiss the cadet from Norwich University. NUCC Form-12. NUCC Form-12. In acting on an appeal. NUCC Form-12. any matters submitted by the cadet. any unexecuted punishment involving tours or confinement shall be stayed until action on the appeal is taken. (3) Additional proceedings. Campus / Close Military Confinement Register. (4) Appellate finding.4 F. NUCC Form-12. NUCC Form-12. (i) Suspensions may be any length the non-judicial punishment authority deems necessary. Disciplinary Charge Sheet. (iii) The Deputy Commandant may instruct a cadet to depart from campus by a specific time and date. and if the cadet so requests.14 NUCC Standards.6 H. The Deputy Commandant and Commandant are authorized by the NUSRR to impose punishments that may result in suspension or dismissal. the superior authority may consider the record of the proceedings. d.10 L. Action by superior authority. Failure to comply with these instructions may result in civil action for unlawful trespass. the cadet upon whom punishment was imposed shall be promptly notified in writing of the result.1 C. Disciplinary Case Disposition.appeal within 5 days after the appeal was submitted. Any punishment imposed as a result of these additional proceedings may be no more severe than that originally imposed. Confinement Report.7 I. Mandatory Tour Formation Accountability Report. NUCC Form-12. Only the Commandant and Deputy Commandant have the authority on appeals to uphold. Appendices: A. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . (2) Matters considered.AUG 2005 192 .
APPEAL OF THE MEASURE OF PUNISHMENT." 2. well-organized paragraph that explains the rationale that lead to your decision." NUCC Standards. THE APPEAL YOU ARE RESPONDING TO MUST INCLUDE THE APPELLANT'S REASONS FOR REGARDING THE PUNISHMENT AS UNJUST OR DISPROPORTIONATE.APPENDIX A FORMAT FOR NOTIFICATION OF APPELLATE FINDINGS: Norwich University Corps of Cadets June 23. IF YOU RECOMMEND DISAPPROVAL. THIS PARAGRAPH SHOULD SUMMARIZE AND SUPPORT THE FACTS AND RATIONALE THAT LEAD YOU TO AGREE WITH THE PUNISHMENT IMPOSED BY THE COMMANDER 5. THE ACCUSED MAY NOT VIOLATE ANY NUSRR AND IS PROHIBITED FROM ANY FORM OF CONTACT WITH G COMPANY FRESHMEN.AUG 2005 193 . IF YOU RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE APPEAL. Write a brief. Example: "I have read and considered your appeal of the findings and punishment imposed by Cadet Captain Wilson A. THIS PARAGRAPH SHOULD DEVELOP AND SUPPORT THE BASIS FOR APPROVAL BY DISCUSSING FACTS DISCOVERED DURING YOUR REVIEW OF THE CASE AND THE MERITS OF THE ARGUMENTS MADE BY THE APPELLANT. THE SUSPENDED PART OF THE PUNISHMENT WILL BE REMITTED WITHOUT FURTHER ACTION. 2004 SUBJECT: Results of Appeal of Disciplinary Action Cadet (First. THE INTRODUCTION OF NEW EVIDENCE B. A. Gerard. DUE PROCESS WAS NOT PROVIDED D. Single-space the text with double-spacing between paragraphs. B. 3. THE EVIDENCE WAS INSUFFICIENT FOR A FINDING OF GUILTY C. G Company. 2004. AN ACTION SUSPENDING A PUNISHMENT MUST SPECIFY THAT THE CADET NOT VIOLATE ANY NUSRR AND LIST ANY ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS OF THE SUSPENSION IN THIS PARAGRAPH. THE APPEAL AND ALLIED DOCUMENTS MUST CONTAIN JUSTIFICATION TO SUPPORT ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING: A. on June 18. EXAMPLE: "THE PUNISHMENT IMPOSED BY CADET CAPTAIN WILSON A. MI. GERARD IS APPROVED AND WILL BE EXECUTED. BUT THE EXECUTION OF THAT PART OF THE PUNISHMENT EXTENDING TO 15 MARCHING TOURS AND 15 DAYS OF CLOSE MILITARY CONFINEMENT (CMC) IS SUSPENDED FOR 2 MONTHS AT WHICH TIME. Last Name of Appellant) Company Battalion I. UNLESS THE SUSPENSION IS SOONER VACATED. Commander. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
THE SUPERIOR AUTHORITY MAY DETERMINE THAT A PROCEDURAL ERROR WAS COMMITTED." 6. THE CHARGES ARE DISMISSED. THIS ERROR WAS PREJUDICIAL TO RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED AS TO THE FINDINGS AND THE SENTENCE. AND PROPERTY OF WHICH THE ACCUSED HAS BEEN DEPRIVED BY VIRTUE OF THE PUNISHMENT IMPOSED ARE DISAPPROVED AND WILL BE RESTORED. TOWER. JONES C/LTC 3rd BATTALION ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RECEIPT: APPROVED: APPELLANT'S SIGNATURE DATE ASSISTANT COMMANDANT'S SIGNATURE DATE NUCC Standards.APPENDIX A FORMAT FOR NOTIFICATION OF APPELLATE FINDINGS (CONT) 5. THE SUPERIOR AUTHORITY MAY DETERMINE THAT THE PUNISHMENT WAS UNJUST. IN ACTING ON AN APPEAL. ALL RIGHTS. PRIVILEGES. IN ACTING ON AN APPEAL.AUG 2005 194 . EXAMPLE: "IN THE CASE OF CADET ADAM S. THE CASE IS RETURNED TO THE CONVENING AUTHORITY WHO MAY ORDER A REHEARING OR DISMISS THE CHARGES." JOHN P. EXAMPLE: "THE FINDINGS OF GUILTY AND THE SENTENCE ARE DISAPPROVED. IT APPEARS THAT THE FOLLOWING ERROR WAS COMMITTED: (EXHIBIT 1. THE ACCUSED WAS NOT ALLOWED TO PRESENT MATTERS OF EXTENUATION OR MITIGATION). Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
2.1. First Name. Unit _. Attach prior reprimands and / or counseling statements that are relevant to the violations. use the reverse side of this form.__________. Action Taken by the Company Commander: The maximum punishment that may be imposed by a Commander using NUCC Fm 12. on or about: (specify Time/DDIMM/YYYY) commit the following violations of the NUSRR: (list violation[s]). Revised 2 Aug 2004 NUCC Standards. If extra space is required. use the reverse of this form.) Cadet's Signature) (Date) Instructions: Print legibly or type. _________I do not understand and/or agree with the comment(s) above. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Individual _ NUCC Form–12. the Battalion Commandant will forward original to Cadet Records for inclusion on the tour roster and in the counseled cadet's 201 file. After review. Leader's Recommendation:________Marching Tours _________ Working Tours Loss of Privilege ______________________________ for a period of____ days. MI. ________ Last Name First M I Rank Unit Class Date 1. Distribution: Cadet 201 file _.AUG 2005 195 . If additional space is needed. Last Name and Duty Position): _______________________________ (Leader's Signature) _____________(Date) 2.APPENDIX B DISCIPLINARY ACTION FORM ________ . 3. Leader's Specification of Misconduct: Instructions: 1. Print Leader's: Rank.1 is 4 marching tours and 4 work tours. Original to be delivered to the appropriate Battalion Commandant within 48 hours of counseling. (Cadet may include written rationale below if desired and attach supporting documents if applicable. In that Cadet: (state name) did at: (state location). Write a concise statement specifying exactly what the cadet did or failed to do that resulted in each violation listed. Cadet's Comments: _________I acknowledge being counseled and understand my responsibilities. _________ Marching Tours Working Tours Loss of Privilege________________________ for a period of ____days beginning on ________________ and ending on _________________ (Time/DD/MMIYYYY) (Time/DD/MM/YYYY) Co Cdr's Signature: _____________________Bn Cdr's Signature: Battalion Commandant's Signature:________________________________ Date: 3.
Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 196 .APPENDIX B EXAMPLE: DISCIPLINARY ACTION FORM (NUCC Form 12.1) NUCC Standards.
Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 197 .APPENDIX C NUCC DUE PROCESS CHECKLIST/INVESTIGATING OFFICER REPORT NUCC Fm 12.2 (front) NUCC Standards.
Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .APPENDIC C NUCC DUE PROCESS CHECKLIST/INVESTIGATING OFFICER REPORT (NUCC Fm 12.2) (back) NUCC Standards.AUG 2005 198 .
You may request a person to speak on your behalf. I will not impose any punishment unless I am convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the offense(s).APPENDIX D—DISCIPILARY CHARGE SHEET (NUCC Form 12. Date) Cadet Respondent's Signature. therefore. Date: _____________ . [______] The potential disciplinary action for the alleged offense(s) (as specified by the Index of Delinquencies) falls within the range and scope of m y authority. First. You have several rights under this Class 1 proceeding. e.) 2. Rank. but if you do. you are allowed at a minimum 48 hours (2 duty days) to prepare your presentation (see Due Process. (Cdt's Initials) J' _______ 1 b. 6. (Cdt's Initials) [ ] Case materials and copies of evidence have been provided to the respondent. the date it occurred. You are not required to make any statements. You may present witnesses or other evidence to show why you shouldn't be punished at all (matters of defense) or why punishment should be very light (matters of extenuation and mitigation). and write a concise statement specifying exactly what the cadet did or failed to do that resulted in each violation listed. You have been read and understand the charges against you. Therefore I choose to adjudicate the case at this time. You may ordinarily have an open hearing before me. they may be used against you in this proceeding or in a Deputy Commandant's Hearing Board. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 199 . Date) NUCC Form-12. I want you to understand I have not yet made a decision whether or not you will be punished. If additional space is needed.__________________________________________________ ___________ .3) Disciplinary Charge Sheet (NUCC FORM-12. How do you plead? Guilty (Cdt's Initials) [ _ _ _ _ ] N ot Guilty (Cdt's Initials) [ ____________] d. Yellow-Individual. I am required to refer this case for disposition to: 4.3) Last name First MI Rank Class Dorm / Room: Phone:__________________ Unit Date 1. [ ] The potential disciplinary action for the alleged offense(s) (as specified by the Index of Delinquencies) falls beyond the range and scope of my authority. (Cdt 's Initials) [ ] A Deputy Commandant's Hearing Board / Summary Session is scheduled for: Time: _______________ . I will consider everything you present before deciding whether I will impose punishment or the type and amount of punishment I will impose. Do you understand these rights? (Cdt's Initials)[_________] c.3. Gold-Bn Cmdt. Pink-Unit. NUCC Standards. the NUSRR Reference. Chapter 9. securely attach an additional sheet to this form. a. Identify such material with a proper heading. Revised 2 Aug 2004 (Previous versions will not be used) Distribution: White-Cadet Records (201). I am considering whether you should be punished under the Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations Information to be read by the charging authority: a. and Location: b. (Cdt 's Initials) [ 5. ___________________________________________________________________________ (Charging Officer's Signature. Complete the following when a respondent is being referred to a higher Non-judicial Punishment Authority: ] Effective immediately (Time/DD/MM/YY). Section VI). Rank. (NUSRR) for the following misconduct: (List each violation.
4) NUCC Standards.AUG 2005 200 . Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .APPENDIX E DISCIPLINARY CASE DISPOSITION FORM (NUCC Form 12.
Asst Cmd: or Deputy Cmdt . (BRIEF STATEMENT AND DATE. ORGANIZATION b. THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD. PLACE. Page 1 of 2 Pages NUCC Standards.3). BEFORE THE HEARING THE AUTHORITY CONDUCTING THE HEARING CAUSED THE PROBATIONER TO BE NOTIFIED OF: a. THRU: (Name of Bn Cdr. DATA AS TO CLASS 1 OFFENSE. COMPANY 5. MI) 2a.) (check appropriate answer) YES NO 7. enter the additional material in Block 15 or on a separate sheet. PURSUANT TO THE NUSRR AND NUCC SOP. disciplinary case disposition form (NUCC Form-12. THE TIME. AND PURPOSE OF THE HEARING. NAME OF PROBATIONER (Last. FROM: (Name of Officer exercising non-judiciaipunishmem jurisdiction — Last. MI) b. (NUCC Form -12. TO PRESENT WITNESSES AND OTHER EVIDENCE.Last. RANK c. First. A HEARING WAS HELD ON THE ALLEGED VIOLATION (S) OF THE CONDITIONS OF SUSPENSION. CONCERNING THE CONDITIONS OF SUSPENSION. Securely attach any additional sheet(s) and add a note in the appropriate item: "See Block 15" or "See additional sheet.5) (front) NUCC REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS TO VACATE SUSPENSION 1 a.APPENDIX F REPORT OF PROCEDURES TO VACATE SUSPENSION (NUCC Form 12. Attach a copy of the disciplinary charge sheet. 6. d. THE RIGHT TO BE PRESENT AT THE HEARING. First. ALLEGED VIOLATION (S) OF THE CONDITIONS OF SUSPENSION. Identify such material with the proper heading (Example: "5"). b. 8.AUG 2005 201 .4) and the order specifying the charges and findings. First. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . TO: CADET RECORDS 3. c. THE TIME AND DATE OF HEARING: (Time/DD/MM/YYYY) 4a. TITLE c. THE ALLEGED VIOLATION (S) OF THE CONDITIONS OF SUSPENSION AND THE EVIDENCE EXPECTED TO BE RELIED ON. CLASS d. MI) b." This form may be used to vacate a suspended Class 1 Offense. NOTE: If this form is used and additional space is required for any item.
AUG 2005 202 . I RECOMMEND THAT THE PROCEEDINGS TO VACATE SUSPENSION BE DROPPED. I RECOMMEND THAT THE SUSPENSION OF THE SENTENCE BE VACATED. THE PROBATIONER WAS AFFORDED THE RIGHT TO QUESTION ALL AVAILABLE WITNESSES. c. ORGANIZATION d. if any. NAME OF OFFICER EXERCISING JURISDICTION OVER PROBATIONER b. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . RANK c. REMARKS Distribution Cadet 201 File___ _ . (Indicate type and amount of punishment. THE PROBATIONER a. YES NO b. AFTER HAVING BEEN INFORMED OF THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT OR MAKE A STATEMENT. THE PROBATIONER WAS AFFORDED THE RIGHT TO OBTAIN WITNESSES AND PRODUCE EVIDENCE.APPENDIX F REPORT OF PROCEDURES TO VACATE SUSPENSION (NUCC Form 12. SIGNATURE e.5) (back) (check appropriate answer) 9a. I HAVE SUMMARIZED THE EVIDENCE CONSIDERED AND WITNESSES PRESENT IN EXHIBIT. DATE 15. NAME OF ASSISTANT COMMANDANT OR DEPUTY COMMANDANT b. RECOMMENDATION OF THE OFFICER EXERCISING NONJUDICIAL PUNISHMENT AUTHORITY OVER THE PROBATIONER a. b. INDICATED THAT HE / SHE DID NOT WISH TO MAKE A STATEMENT. IN THE PRESENCE OF PROBATIONER I QUESTIONED ALL AVAILABLE WITNESSES AND EXAMINED DOCUMENTARY AND REAL EVIDENCE FOR BOTH SIDES. TITLE d. ANY DOCUMENTS AND REAL EVIDENCE WAS SHOWN TO THE PROBATIONER. Co Cdr____ Individual ____ Page 2 of 2 NUCC Standards. d. SIGNATURE e. 10.) 12. RANK c. to be vacated. 13 a. MADE A STATEMENT SUMMARIZED IN EXHIBIT 11. DATE 14 a.
Sanctions: Failure to maintain the above standards may result in an extension of CMC and the imposition of additional disciplinary actions. if a cadet has any tours) while on CC is a Class I Offense. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) ._ _ Dean of Student's Hearing Board 4. Not permitted to attend or participate in athletic. or extracurricular activities off campus b. Administering Official's Signature: _____________________________ Date: ____________ 6. CAMPUS CONFINEMENT (CC). NO EXCEPTIONS will be made to the above standards unless directed by the Commandant or Battalion Commandant.11). I understand that if I violate these CC conditions. AWOL from a formation (including tour formation. Barracks Room:_______ b. __ Commanding Officer's Punishment. I have read. c. A CADET CONFINED TO THE CAMPUS AS A RESULT OF DISCIPLINARY OR ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION WILL NOT LEAVE THE NORWICH UNIVERSITY CAMPUS UNLESS THE DEPUTY COMMANDANT OR AN ASSISTANT COMMANDANT HAS GRANTED SPECIFIC APPROVAL. THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS/ RESTRICTIONS ARE APPLICABLE: a. understand and acknowledge the conditions of the punishment imposed. beginning_______________________ and ending ________________________________ (Time) (DD/MM/YYYY) (Time) (DD/MM/YYYY) a. 2. Cadet's Signature: ____________________________________ Time: _______Date:__________ 5. g. d. BN CMDT:_ S2 OIC: NUCC Form-12. DURING THE PERIOD OF TIME A CADET IS ON CAMPUS CONFINEMENT (CC). social.AUG 2005 203 . Restriction to campus. 3. Forfeiture of all sleep-through privileges. e.8) on their barracks room door. Cadet's Name: ___________________________________ Class:_____ .6) 1. Individual: _ . Battalion Commandant's Signature: _____________________________ Date: ____________ Distribution: Cadet 201 File:_ . Must comply with the instructions on the Authorization for Release From Confinement Form (NUCC Form 12. Co Cdr.APPENDIX G CAMPUS CONFINEMENT INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC Form12. This punishment is the result of: (check one): _ _ C o r p s Honor Board. regular leave or general absences (local liberty). I may be recommended for CMC and further disciplinary action. Revised 2 Aug 2004 (Previous versions will not be used) NUCC Standards. CC is imposed for a period of____________days. _ . Must have a tour balance of zero before coming off CC.6. f. Unit: _____ . __ Corps Review Board. parietals. Must maintain a Confinement Register (NUCC Form 12. Forfeiture of the privilege of visitation. f.
off campus civilian employment or National Guard / Reserve duty. formations (including tour formations if applicable) and return to their room directly upon completion of these activities. ____Commanding Officer’s Punishment. (3) Forfeit all sleep-through privileges. beginning _____________________________and ending _____________________________.7 Revised 2 Aug 2004 NUCC Standards. (6) To report to conferences with professors. social. (TIME) (DD/MM/YYYY) (TIME) (DD/MM/YYY) a. Confinement Room.APPENDIX H NUCC CLOSE MILITARY CONFINEMENT INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC Form 12. ________ Cadet’s Signature:__________________ ___________________________ Date:_________ Time:__________ ___________________________ Date:_________ Time:__________ ___________________________ Date:_________ Time:__________ 5.Sunday. AWOL from a formation while on CMC is a Class I offense and violators are subject to suspension or dismissal. Unit:______. 1230 Saturday/Sunday. CMC is imposed for a period of _____days. (7) To go to the Norwich University Bookstore. Barracks Room: ________ . I may be recommended for an extension of CMC and further disciplinary action.AUG 2005 204 . (5) To study in the library or academic building. May be RE-ASSIGNED to another room and remain in that room at all times except noted herein. Sanctions: Failure to maintain the above standards may result in an extension of CMC and the imposition of additional disciplinary actions. (2) Are not permitted to wear civilian clothes and may only wear the PT uniform outside of their room when conducting PT. Must maintain a Confinement Register (NUCC Form 12. drills. Administering Official’s 6. not in Harmon Hall (to include snack bar). d. (11) To attend on campus work-study.7) (7) CLOSE MILITARY CONFINEMENT (CMC) IS THE MOST SEVERE DISCIPLINARY ACTION THAT MAY BE ASSESSED TO A CADET SHORT OF SUSPENSION OR DISMISSAL. parietals. c. Battalion Commandant’s Signature: Distribution: Cadet 201 File:____ Co Cdr:_____ Individual:_____ BN CMDT:_____S2 OIC:______. A CADET PLACED ON CMC WILL BE IN A DISCIPLINARY PROBATION STATUS FOR A PERIOD TO BE DETERMINED BY THE DEPUTY COMMANDANT. or extracurricular activities (to include movies) except as required by mandatory. (7) Must have a tour balance of zero before coming off CMC. (8) Must complete and comply with the instructions on the Authorization for Release From Confinement Form (NUCC Form12. regular leave and general absences (local liberty) and: (1) Are not authorized to have visitors in their room. (4) To the Norwich University barbershop for a haircut. (10) For 90 minutes of exercise a day (to be done on campus) in PT uniform. Will attend scheduled classes. Cadet’s Name:_____________________ Class:______. _____Dean of Student’s Hearing Board 4. understand and acknowledge the conditions of the punishment imposed.8) on their barracks room door.11). (9) To the laundry room to do laundry. No talking allowed. 3. This punishment is the result of (check one): __Corps Honor Board. full Corps formations. NUCC Form-12. b. I have read. b. e. subject to written approval by their Assistant Commandant. (3) To report to sick call. (c) 1700 Monday. _____Corps Review Board. (2) To attend church at the Norwich University Chapel. Will not be permitted to attend or participate in athletic. (8) To check mail once a day. (6) Must attend the following CMC formations: (a) 0700 Monday-Sunday. (d) 2200 Monday-Sunday sign-in at the Guard Room. May sign out as follows: (1) To attend classes. No exceptions will be made to the above standards unless directed by the Deputy Commandant or an Assistant Commandant.DURING THE PERIOD A CADET IS ON CMC. I understand that if I violate these CMC conditions. (5) Must eat at the designated CMC table in Mess Hall. ASSISTANT COMMANDANT OR ADMINISTERING OFFICIAL. (b) 1210 Monday-Friday. nor may they talk to others through their door or window. THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS ARE APPLICABLE: a. to include visitation. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . 2. F: Cadets on CMC forfeit all rank and privileges. (4) Will be required to do work details at the direction the Commandant’s Staff.
Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 205 .APPENDIX I NUCC CAMPUS/CLOSE MILITARY CONFINMENT REGISTER (NUCC Form 12.8) NUCC Standards.
MI) S2 Officer in Charge (Signature) NOTE: 1.AUG 2005 206 . All Cadets with a work tour balance prior to the 0730 Saturday Mandatory Tour Formation must perform the work tours as marching tour(s) at the Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formations until such time as they have a zero work tour balance.9) ****NOT TO BE USED FOR WORK TOURS**** Cadet______________________________________. __________. All Marching Tour Credit Slips must be turned into Cadet Records by the Regimental S2 NOT LATER THAN 0800 on each Monday following Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formations.APPENDIX J MARCHING TOUR CREDIT SLIP (NUCC Form 12.9. Marching tours credited:_______ Time Time Date Cadet Signature S2 Officer in Charge (Print — Last name. 2. ______marched from: Last Name First MI Rank Class Unit ________________ to _______________ on__________________ . 3. __________. Revised 2 Aug 2004 (Previous versions may not be used) NUCC Standards. NUCC Form — 12. First. The S2 Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formation Accountability Reports must be turned into Cadet Records by the Regimental S2 NOT LATER THAN 0800 on each Monday following Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formations. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
_______ . If tours are completed over several days or for different agencies. Revised 2 Aug 2004 (Previous versions may not be used) NUCC Standards. 6. the cadet must fill out a Work Tour Credit Slip for each day of work and / or for each agency he / she performed work for. Point of Contact:_______________________Ext.10) Cadet _________________________. ________ . from work completion to receive credit for work performed. 4.AUG 2005 207 . Cadets may not sign the work supervisor block of this form.) (Date and Time) For a total of_______tours. work-study hours.APPENDIX K WORK TOUR CREDIT SLIP (NUCC Form 12. (One Work Tour Credit = 50 minutes work plus 10 minute break. 3.: ____________ The above named cadet has worked from ___________________ to _________________________________ (Date and Time) See NUSRR page 48. All Cadets with a work tour balance prior to the 0730 Saturday Mandatory Tour Formation must perform the work tours as marching tour(s) at the Saturday and Sunday Mandatory Tour Formations until such time as they have a zero work tour balance. or standing Cadet Guardroom duty. ________ has permission to Last Name (Amount) First MI Rank Class Unit work__________ Disciplinary tours for the ____________________________(Department/Function). 2. Return completed Work Tour Slips to your Assistant Commandant NLT 48 hours. Signature of Cadet Signature of Work Supervisor NOTE: Signature of Assistant Commandant 1. Fractions of hours will not be credited.10. ROTC training support. No work tours may be credited for work performed for academic classes. NUCC Form — 12. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . 5. Cadets that lose their Work Tour Credit Slips will not be given credit for work performed.
________. A tour balance of zero. 3.APPENDIX L AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE FROM CONFINEMENT (NUCC Form 12. _____________________________._____________________________________________________ Battalion Commander's signature and date / time c. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Pink-Unit. a-d). _______ LAST NAME FIRST MI CLASS UNIT RANK DATE 2. Yellow-Individual. b. The number days of confinement that were awarded have been served.11. ________________________________________ S2 Staff Signature and date / time 4. No pending disciplinary action. e. d. ________.AUG 2005 208 . You are eligible for release from CC / CMC Status (circle one) at the confinement formation (time/date/day) ____________________________________________________________ when the following requirements are met: a. I certify that I have completed all confinement and tours: Cadet's signature. Complete and return this form to Cadets Records prior to being released from confinement (retain the yellow copy for your record). rank and date / time Distribution: White-Cadet Records (201).___________________________________________________ Adjutant's or Cadet Records Clerk's Signature and date / time b. ________. _______________________________________ Assistant Commandant's signature and date/ time d. Paragraph 3d must be signed by the OIC or NCOIC conducting the accountability formation at the date/time specified above. a.11) NORWICH UNIVERSITY CORPS OF CADETS Authorization for Release from Confinement (Paragraphsl&2willbecompletedbytheS2sectionandgiventothecdet72hourspriorto the anticipated release) 1. Gold-Bn Cmdt NUCC Form-12. You have obtained the signatures in paragraph 3 (the cadet on confinement is responsible for obtaining each signature in sequence. c. Revised 2 Aug 2004 (Previous versions may not be used) NUCC Standards.
Revised 2 Aug 2 (Previous versions may not be used) NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .12. NUCC REGIMENTAL S2 OIC NUCC FORM-12.APPENDIX M EXAMPLE: TOUR ROSTER FORMAT (NUCC Form 12. Gerard MAJOR.12) NORWICH UNIVERSITY CORPS OF CADETS TOUR ROSTER TO: Distribution FROM: Regimental S2 Officer SUBJECT: Tour Roster DATE: 02 Aug 05 UNIT RANK MARCH WORK NAME COMMENT Order 87-04 Order 178-04 Order 121-04 CCs dtd 26 Mar 04 Order 175-04 Order 181-04 Order 180-04 Order 188-04 Order 176-04 Order 172-04 CCS dtd 08 Apr 04 CCS 10 Feb 04/Order 157-04 Order 63-04 ISSUE D 13-Feb-04 21-Apr-04 5-Mar-04 20-Apr-04 21-Apr-04 21-Apr-04 20-Apr-04 2-Apr-04 19-Feb-04 5-Dec-03 B B C D D E E F F BAND BAND BAND 2BN SSG PVT PVT SSG CPL CPL CPL CPL PVT 2LT SGT SSG CPT 4 12 5 14 10 8 5 15 15 45 15 4 5 10 25 Discrepancies are to be brought to the attention of your chain of command and through Mrs.AUG 2005 209 . Gray in Cadet Records. Wilson A.
NUCC Regimental S2 OIC NUCC FORM-12. Wilson A.13.APPENDIX N EXAMPLE: CONFINEMENT REPORT FORMAT (NUCC Form 12.11) has been completed and turned into Cadet Records. Gerard Major.AUG 2005 210 . NOTE 2: Cadets must have a zero tour balance to be removed from CMC or CC. Revised 2 Aug 2004 NUCC Standards.13) NORWICH UNIVERSITY CORPS OF CADETS CONFINEMENT REPORT TO: Distribution FROM: Regimental S2 Officer SUBJECT: Confinement Report DATE: 2 Aug 04 Unit A B B B C C C D E E F G ARTY ARTY ARTY ARTY PBN 2BN Rank MSG PVT SSG SGT PVT CPL PVT CPL 1LT CPL PVT 2LT SFC CPL SGT SGT SSG CPT Name Type CC CMC CMC CC CMC CC CMC CMC CMC CMC CMC CMC CC CC CMC CMC CC CMC ORDER 81-04 177-04 Start Date 12-Feb-04 21-Apr-04 12-Nov-03 06-Nov-03 15-Mar-04 23-Feb-04 15-Mar-04 20-Apr-04 21-Apr-04 21-Apr-04 21-Apr-04 30-Mar-04 15-Mar-04 15-Mar-04 22-Mar-04 15-Mar-04 17-Mar-04 05-Dec-03 Release Date* paperwork in prog TBD** paperwork not ret'd need paperwork Until tours completed need paperwork 29-Apr-04 06-May-04 till Commencement 07-May-04** 07-May-04** paperwork in prog paperwork in prog paperwork in prog need paperwork 30-Apr-04 Until tours completed 01-Feb-04 Room HH304 GH408 HH412 RH104 GHSO6 HHSO4 GHSO4 RH303 RH409 RH412 WHSO3 ZH421 AH112 Z06 GH212 GH221 PH109 RH208 122-04 88-04 121-04 175-04 179-04 180-04 183-04 165-04 115-04 109-04 134-04 133-04 157-04 63-04 NOTE 1: Cadets will not be removed from the confinement roster until an Authorization for Release from Confinement Form (NUCC FORM-12. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
APPENDIX O EXAMPLE: MANDATORY TOUR FORMATIONS ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT (NUCC Form 12.14) NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 211 .
barracks keys. securing the barracks. and university colors. Regimental Duty Sergeant (RDS) . service. The RDS acts as the guardroom orderly and maintains a detailed duty log. When away from the guardroom. and any other supplies and equipment maintained in the guardroom. Support Detail (SPT) . and leaves the guardroom in a clean and orderly fashion at the end of the watch. and university colors. A regimental guard force and duty details are posted daily when the university is in regular session. All members of the guard force and duty details are detailed for a twenty-four hour period. the Commandant's Staff. in descending order. AND OTHER DETAILS 13-1. Morning Caller — 15 (1 from each company) 13-3. The RDS must remain in the guardroom whenever the RDO is out at mess. and conduct routine administrative and operational functions of Norwich University and the Corps of Cadets. The RDS pool includes in descending order all cadets in the regiment in the rank of Regimental Command Sergeant Major through First Sergeant. making hourly rounds. protect persons and property. The RDO is responsible for the code flags. The RDO receives his/her in-brief from the Regimental S2 at 0720 hours in the guardroom on the morning of the day his/her duty begins. enforce regulations and policies. all field and company grade officers in the regiment. inspecting other duty personnel. The Regimental S2 is the proponent for this policy. and conduct routine administrative and operational functions of Norwich University and the Corps of Cadets. NUCC Standards. and other persons and agencies in and outside of the university community. the Campus Security Patrol. answers the telephone. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . General. inspecting other duty personnel. Barracks Duty Officer (BDO)-15 (1 from each company) e. protect persons and property. or performing any other associated duties requiring his/her absence from the guardroom. The regimental guard force and duty details are in place to support and reinforce the overall campus security and safety plan and to provide a critical communications link from the Regimental Commander to the Corps of Cadets. or performing any other associated duties requiring his/her absence from the guardroom. barracks keys. Composition of the guard force and duty details is as follows: a. the national. The RDS is posted in the guardroom for the hours of 1630 to 0730 daily from Sunday afternoon through Friday morning.6. The RDO is the Regimental Commander's representative and is ultimately responsible for all functions of the guard force and duty details. Regimental Duty Officer (RDO) An RDO is appointed daily to maintain order and discipline. and from 1630 Friday afternoon through 1630 Sunday afternoon. service. responding to incidents. The RDO debriefs and is relieved by the Regimental S2 at the end of his/her watch. Regimental Duty Officer (RDO) .6.1 c.AUG 2005 212 . greets visitors. The RDS assists in maintaining accountability for code flags.CHAPTER 13 REGIMENTAL GUARD. to include during final examination weeks. The RDO posts in the guardroom for the hours of 1630 to 0730 daily from Sunday afternoon through Friday morning.1 b. The RDO remains posted in the guardroom throughout the watch except when at mess. The Regimental Command Sergeant Major produces the RDO duty roster from an NUCC Form 8. the RDO maintains radio contact with the RDS. and from 1630 Friday afternoon through 1630 Sunday afternoon. and the weekend duty requires the RDO's presence in the guardroom for a twenty-four hour watch. 13-4.3 f. and all first platoon Sergeants First Class and Staff Sergeants. The RDO pool includes. especially after normal duty hours. Some duty details allow for on-call periods as noted below. enforce regulations and policies. The Regimental Command Sergeant Major produces the RDS duty roster from an NUCC Form 8. Regimental Duty Sergeant (RDS) An RDS is appointed daily to assist and support the RDO in the performance of all of his/her duties. the national. in order to maintain order and discipline. Organization. monitors the base station. making hourly rounds. The weekday duty requires the RDO's presence in the guardroom for a fifteen hour watch. securing the barracks. 13-2. Regimental Duty Runner/clerk (RDR)-1 d. and any other supplies and equipment maintained in the guardroom. responding to incidents. BARRACKS DUTY.
6. The RDR must remain in the guardroom whenever the RDO is out at mess. The BDO must enforce Call to Quarters and Quiet Hours. or performing any other associated duties requiring his/her absence from the guardroom. and any other supplies and equipment maintained in the guardroom. The RDO. 13-8. The BDO notifies the Company Commander or First Sergeant when a cadet on confinement is unaccounted for. In no cases. The BDO also ensures that cadets on confinement and/or cadets with tours get to the tour and CMC formations. 13-9. 13-7. The RDR assists in maintaining accountability for code flags.6. Regimental Duty Runner/Clerk (RDR) An RDR is appointed daily to assist and support the RDO in the performance of all of his/her duties. The BDO pool includes in descending order all cadets in the company from the Commander on down to Squad Leaders. and university colors. monitors the base station. inspecting other duty personnel. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . and leaves the guardroom in a clean and orderly fashion at the end of the watch. The RDR acts as the guardroom orderly and maintains a detailed duty log. RDS. The RDR is posted in the guardroom for the hours of 1630 to 0730 daily from Sunday afternoon through Friday morning. The SPT detail is appointed daily to support the functions of the regimental guard force. The RDO and RDS report to the guardroom in BDU's daily at 1630 to log in and organize the watch. answers the telephone. A morning caller is detailed daily from each company to call all regimental formations and inspections for the day. securing the barracks. announcing the formation/inspection at five-minute intervals and stating all information and announcements pertinent to the formation/inspection. and enforce regulations and policies in and around the barracks and company area. Second platoon Platoon Sergeants produce the morning caller duty roster from an NUCC Form 8. It is primarily a flag detail. or BDO's. such as the uniform. The RDR pool includes in descending order all cadets includes in descending order all Sergeants in First Platoon and all Corporals. responding to incidents. Guard mount. First Sergeants produce the SPT detail duty roster from an NUCC Form 8. The morning caller posts twenty minutes prior to all formations and inspections and calls in turn on all decks in the company area.6. The SPT detail duty rotates weekly from company to company. and any other pertinent announcements. but its members may be tasked by the RDO/RDS to run errands and provide temporary support and reinforcement to other members of the guard force. to include final examination weeks. BDO's have until 1930 hours to post in their company areas. may any member of the SPT detail be left unsupervised in the guardroom or be asked to relieve the RDO or RDS for any period of time.13-5. RDS. The BDO may be temporarily relieved for mess by another member of the company chain of command in the position of Squad Leader or higher. Guard mount is conducted daily when the university is in regular session. and all other personnel signed for a radio remain in radio contact throughout their watch. barracks keys.6. the number of minutes remaining until the formation. The BDO is the Company Commander's representative and is visibly posted in and makes rounds of his/her company area during the hours from 193 until the barracks are secured at Taps/Lights-out. the national. The SPT detail pool includes in descending order all Sergeants (E-5's) in First Platoon and all Corporals. The morning caller pool includes all Rooks/Privates. Each Company First Sergeant produces the company's BDO roster from an NUCC Form 8. Barracks Duty Officer (BDO). service. 13-6. protect persons and property. BDO's change into BDU's with BDO brassard once they return to their company areas following mess. Support Detail. and from 1630 Friday afternoon through 1630 Sunday afternoon. A BDO is detailed daily from each company to maintain order and discipline. On weekends after Taps/Lights-out the BDO remains in an oncall status in the company area throughout the following day until 1935 hours. making hourly rounds. however.AUG 2005 213 . and account for any cadet in his/her company who is on confinement. At no time is a Corporal or Sergeant to be left unsupervised in the guardroom or detailed to relieve the RDO. NUCC Standards. Morning Callers. greets visitors. On weekdays after Taps/Lights-out the BDO remains in his/her room or in the company area in an on-call status and maintains telephone and/or radio contact with the guardroom until first call the following morning. The Regimental Command Sergeant Major produces the RDR duty roster from an NUCC Form 8.
If necessary they contact the RDO for instructions. (5) A member of the guard force not relieved at the expiration of his/her time of duty will not abandon his/her post. b. and officers and noncommissioned officers of the guard only. The uniform for RDO. emergencies. (2) Personnel detailed for guard duty are responsible to obey and carry out any orders or instructions from the President. (2) Duty personnel investigate every unusual or suspicious occurrence on or near their post. and report back to the RDO or RDS within thirty minutes. Members of the guard will NOT serve any ordinary disciplinary sanctions or march or work any disciplinary tours during their watch. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Members of the guard force and duty details are not permitted to change the hours of their watch. (4) If a cadet detailed for duty requires relief because of sickness or an emergency. (3) Duty personnel remain on and perform all duties required at their post until relieved by proper authority. No other persons are authorized to give orders or instructions to members of the guard. Duty Uniform and Appearance. understand. 1SGs are responsible for inspecting duty personnel on the morning of their assigned duty. "I WILL OBEY MY SPECIAL ORDERS AND PERFORM ALL MY DUTIES IN A MILITARY MANNER. I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post only when properly relieved. (3) Members of the guard force must pass instructions to their relief when appropriate. execute. Commandant of Cadets (or CDO). and BDO duty is the BDU uniform with brassard. Any cadet whose uniform or appearance fails to meet the standards will be removed from the detail. Regimental Commander. (6) Duty personnel maintain an erect and soldiery bearing. (5) Duty personnel are courteous to all people. and everything not covered in my instructions to the Commander of the Relief (the Commander of the Relief is the RDO). their duty post.AUG 2005 214 . A member of the guard unable to perform duty due to an emergency or other reason must notify his/her 1 SG and the RDO as soon as possible in order to obtain proper relief. The cadet will be charged and sanctioned under the ordinary disciplinary system for the first offense. or be relieved without permission from the RDO and the authority responsible for their respective duty roster. I will obey my special orders and perform all my duties in a military manner. b. The cadet will then return to his/her company area. NUCC Standards. (4) All duty personnel must perform their duties in a military manner and serve as an example to others. Cadets in Close Military Confinement will not be detailed for duty. make all necessary corrections to his/her uniform and appearance. he/she will notify the RDO and wait until he/she is replaced or has permission from the proper authority to leave his/her post. b. GUARD DUTY STATUS a. RDS. 13-11. and comply with the following General Orders: a. Any special instructions for a cadet detailed for duty must be issued through the regimental guard chain of command. and enforce all special orders pertaining to their post. Subsequent offenses may incur a Class I charge and sanction. 13-12. GENERAL ORDERS. MEANING OF THE GENERAL ORDERS. "I WILL GUARD EVERYTHING WITHIN THE LIMITS OF MY POST AND QUIT MY POST ONLY WHEN PROPERLY RELIEVED." (1) All duty personnel are responsible for everything that occurs and all equipment and property within the limits of their posts." (1) All duty personnel must obey. All members of the guard force and duty details remain on the main university campus during their entire watch. c. I will report violations of my special orders. He/She will contact the RDO or S-2 for instructions. a.13-10. All Norwich Cadets are required to memorize. All cadets detailed for duty are responsible to ensure that their grooming and uniform standards are in accordance with the standards of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets.
help evacuate the building. mostly during Reveille and Retreat. c. a. Deputy Commandant.c. If assistance is required. etc.AUG 2005 215 . 13-13. obtaining the infirmary report at 2100 and 0730 daily. alert all building occupants. NO ENTERTAINMENT DEVICES ARE PERMITTED TO BE USED IN THE GUARDROOM. and refers the matter to the lowest competent authority appropriate to resolve the incident or conclude the investigation. The RDO and RDS weekday watch is from 1630 hours until 0730 hours. maintained in the guardroom. The SPT detail members receive all of their instructions for the next duty day from their 1SG at the beginning of the duty week. (4) In case of fire. 13-14. RDO Incident Report/Statement Form. AND ANYTHING NOT COVERED IN MY INSTRUCTIOINS TO THE COMMANDER OF THE RELIEF. On weekends. Throughout their watch the RDO and RDS make all required entries to the log at the time of occurrence. BDO duty ends at 1930 the following evening. legibly. safely extinguish the fire if possible. SOP. ammunition. The RDO will complete an incident report and elicit victim and witness statements in all cases where personal safety or the security of property is violated or threatened. the RDO investigates the validity of the report." (1) A cadet detailed for duty reports all violations of special orders to the Commander of the Relief (RDO). FORMS AND ADMINISTRATION. and notify the RDO as soon as possible. "I WILL REPORT ALL VIOLATIONS OF MY SPECIAL ORDERS. equipment. (5) Guard personnel report all discrepancies and take corrective action as prescribed. BDO's may sleep in their rooms after Taps/Lights-out as long as they remain in telephone/radio contact with the guardroom at all times. a. Any special instructions from the Regimental Commander. APPENDICES A – REGIMENTAL GUARD DUTY LOG B. fire alarms. BDO duty begins at 1930 hours immediately following third mess. TOUR OF DUTY AND RELIEF TIMES. any report of injury to any student. or their staff representatives are noted in the "Special Instructions" block at the beginning of the watch. All such cases require the RDO's presence on scene. and thoroughly. elicits victim and witness statements. they call the RDO. inquires of all other persons involved as to their particular involvement. d. posting and retrieval of code flags. The RDO and RDS sign in on the log at 1630 daily and complete all blocks on the form accurately. fire fighting apparatus. Their actual duties are performed throughout the next week. Examples of required log entries include but are not limited to any report by Campus Security. or orders of the day. BDO duty ends at first formation the following morning. or law enforcement agencies on campus for any reason. (3) Any time a cadet detailed for duty is in doubt as to what action to take. he/she will notify the Commander of the Relief (RDO).RDO INCIDENT REPORT FORMAT NUCC Standards. receipting for all radios. The weekend watch is from 1630 hours until 1630 hours the following day. (2) A cadet detailed for duty reports all emergencies on or near his/her post. b. cadets signing in or out on leave after duty hours or requesting to be let in their barracks after Taps. infractions of university policies and regulations. Their actual duties are performed for twenty minutes prior to all regimental formations and inspections on the next duty day. any calls for or presence of ambulances. Regimental Guard Duty Log. furniture. the SPT detail. The SPT detail is primarily a flag detail. any observations or reports of damage to university or personal property. EMERGENCIES. On weekdays. however minor. though they may be tasked with other short errands. BDO's must remain in the company area throughout their watch. etc. flags. One of the two must be awake at all times. The RDO and RDS may take turns sleeping on the cot in the guardroom after Taps/Lights-out. b. supplies. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Once on scene. guard force personnel sound an alarm. Morning Callers also report to the 1700 guard mount formation on the evening before their scheduled duty day to receive all of their instructions for the next duty day.
obtaining the infirmary report at 2100 and 0530 daily. or orders of the day. Use additional sheets as required. and thoroughly. posting and retrieval of code flags. This log is initiated daily at 1645 hours and closed at the end of the watch (0700 the following morning on weekdays and 1700 the following afternoon on weekends).1 Revised 14 July 2004 NUCC Standards. 2.APPENDIX A REGIMENTAL GUARD DUTY LOG (NUCC Form 13. cadets signing in or out on leave after duty hours or requesting to be let in their barracks after Taps. or law enforcement agencies on campus for any reason. 3. receipting for all radios. any report of injury to any student. infractions of university policies and regulations.1) 1 Instructions: 1. etc. Special instructions from the Regimental Commander. Deputy Commandant. 4. It is presented to the member of the S2 staff conducting the debrief at the end of the watch. SOP. NUCC Form 13. any observations or reports of damage to university or personal property. flags. Examples of required log entries include but are not limited to any report by Campus Security. supplies. maintained in the guardroom. or their respective staff representatives will be written in the "Special instructions" block at the beginning of the watch. furniture. equipment. however minor. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . fire fighting apparatus. ammunition. legibly. any calls for or presence of ambulances. The RDO/RDS will complete all blocks on this form accurately.AUG 2005 216 . etc. fire alarms.
report.AUG 2005 217 . Revised 14 July 2004 NUCC Standards. cadets signing in or out on leave or signing in after Taps.1 side 2. event.). incident. etc. etc.LOG Page ______ of ________ pages Log Entry # Time & Date Description of each activity. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . (Note all visitors. phone call. Last name & first initial of RDO/RDS making log entry NUCC Form 13.
2) Name________ ________________________________ Date/Time_________________ (Person Making Statement) Date/Time of Incident _____________________________________________________ Location ________________________________________________________________ List All Individuals Involved _______________________________________________ Description of Incident____________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Signature ___________ Continue Report/Statement on Reverse i f Necessary Witness_____________________________ NUCC Form 13. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .2 NUCC Standards.AUG 2005 218 .APPENDIX B RDO INCIDENT REPORT/STATEMENT FORM (NUCC Form 13.
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S. With the exception of Drill Team members. all cadets are required to read and be familiar with the essential elements of this chapter that deal with cadet responsibilities. 14-2. The oversight of university-issued government M14 and M1903 rifles is the responsibility of each commander and every member of the Corps of Cadets. All leaders are responsible to conduct a monthly weapons serial number inventory. responsibility. and close-order drill under arms. Each cadet is tasked with maintaining at all times the security and accountability of his or her assigned weapon. a breach of the security. and accountability procedures outlined in this chapter. Commanders are tasked with maintaining the security and accountability of all weapons assigned to members of their respective units. All commanders and all armorers must be intimately knowledgeable of this entire chapter. Demilitarized rifles. While certain sections of this chapter deal specifically with armorer functions. the term "weapon" will be generally applied to all weapons issued by the university wherever practical. General. Cadet Handbook. Security and accountability of all issued weapons are extremely important. to the Regimental S2. attention to detail. NUCC Standards. See NUSRR Chp 3. Though the bulk of this chapter deals specifically with U. sec XXI and NUCC SOP Chp5.AUG 2005 220 . and swords are issued to cadets by the university for ceremonial purposes only and should never be pointed at individuals or used in other than ceremonial training and formations without express permission from the Deputy Commandant. Cadets are at all times responsible for the maintenance. Battalion Commanders will receive and certify the CMAIL from each Company Commander in their respective battalion and complete a Certified Weapons Inventory Report (CWIR). or an unsafe act is to immediately take corrective action and report the incident to the chain of command. issue and turn-in procedures. maintenance. safety. 14-1. inspections. Cadets will safeguard rifles from loss or damage and will be financially liable for loss or damage to any rifle assigned to them or under their charge. 14-3. nomenclature. See NUSRR Chp 8. Commanders and all other leaders are charged with implementing a regular weapons cleaning. Commander and Leader Responsibilities. Pointing any weapon at an individual can only be interpreted as a threat and is forbidden. These skills are important in further developing the self-discipline. Privately owned weapons are not authorized on campus. and security. parades and ceremonies. infractions. Government M14 and M1903 rifles. assembly and disassembly. Company Commanders will document and certify the results of the monthly inventory on a monthly inventory log (the CMAIL). who will advise the Regimental Executive Officer of any discrepancies. Battalion Commanders will then forward their CWIR. and enforce weapons security. Members of the Corps of Cadets who are assigned as armorers have additional duties and responsibilities with respect to government-owned rifles. and none of the provisions of this chapter is intended to imply otherwise. and security of their assigned rifle and of any rifle under their charge. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Commanders and all other leaders in each chain of command are responsible to teach.CHAPTER 14 ARMS ROOMS AND WEAPONS PROCEDURES AND SECURITY References: NU Student Rules and Regulations. Purpose. accountability. sec XIX. every cadet who is not issued a saber or sword will be issued an M14 rifle. care and maintenance. Cadet Responsibilities. and military bearing of each cadet and the cadet's assigned unit through drill. sabers. Every Drill Team member will be issued an M1903 rifle. Any cadet who witnesses the misuse or abuse of a weapon. train. All cadets not assigned to key leader positions requiring a saber or sword will be issued a government M14 or M1903 rifle for the purpose of mastering basic military skills such as the Manual of Arms. See Figure 1414-4. NUCC SOP Chp 5. and forward the log to their respective Battalion Commanders. a. with all CMAIL's attached. emergency and lost weapon procedures. training. and inspection program.
however slight. and/or any time a government or university rifle is transported to a location not approved by the Deputy Commandant. the cadet issued the weapon will report such to his/her chain of command. Everything a cadet does or fails to do with his or her assigned weapon is the cadet's individual responsibility. (4) Rifles will be positioned in the wooden rifle rack. to the original integrity of the weapon. See NUSRR Chp 8. sec XIV and XVI. written approval will be carried by NUCC Standards. Whenever transportation of rifles is authorized. whenever weapons are not in use. with the exception of members of the cadet's direct chain of command or armorers performing maintenance checks and services. The M14 and M1903 rifles are for ceremonial purposes only and are not to be used for physical training or military tactics training except as authorized by the Deputy Commandant and as noted on the training schedule. Misuse or Modification of a Weapon is defined by the Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations as any change. Defined as any time a weapon is removed from a cadet's room or from university property for a purpose other than authorized ceremonies or Manual of Arms training. Carelessness with and neglect of issued government M14 and M1903 rifles will result in financial liability. inspections. (2) Cadets' rooms will be secured at all times when not occupied. Cadets are not authorized to purchase or acquire parts for university weapons. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . (3) Rooms that will be unoccupied for the weekend or for any period of time greater than twenty-four hours. (6) No rifle will be handled by any person other than the one to whom it is assigned. Weapons will not be taken off of university property unless authorized by the Deputy Commandant. It is each cadet's responsibility to read and understand this SOP and the applicable Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations governing issued weapons. Cadets are responsible for their assigned weapon at all times. (7) Each cadet is responsible to clean and maintain his or her rifle and to check and report to his/her chain of command the condition of the assigned rifle immediately after issue and before turn-in. cleaning. Whenever a weapon requires parts or repairs. or Platoon Sergeant. weapons will only be stored in the wooden rifle rack provided by Norwich University and normally permanently affixed to the cadet's wardrobe. Any rifle not returned to the armorer at the time of issue is presumed to be in good condition. Weapons are not authorized outside a cadet's room except to conduct approved Manual of Arms training. All weapons are to remain in "as issued" condition. (1) Misuse or Unauthorized Modification. or conducting rifle issue or turn-in. Company armorers are responsible to coordinate with and assist their company chain of command in conducting initial and follow-up weapons cleaning and maintenance training each time weapons are issued. Specific expectations of all cadets include each of the following: (1) Cadets will have positive control of their assigned weapon at all times. First Sergeant. Defined as any time a university or government rifle is transported in a privately owned vehicle or an unapproved storage container. and scheduled formations and ceremonies. and reassembly of rifles will take place only in areas and at times designated by the Company Commander. (3) Unauthorized Transportation of Rifle. which will coordinate through armorer channels to have the part ordered or have the repair made by proper authority. 14-5.AUG 2005 221 . Windows at ground floor and below and all doors must be locked when rooms are unoccupied. maintenance and accountability inspections. sec XIX. (5) Each cadet is to keep his or her assigned rifle in his or her assigned room at all times except during scheduled Corps formations requiring use of the rifles. When not in the arms room or in use. will have curtains drawn. (2) Unauthorized Removal. Cadets will not lend or exchange rifles or rifle parts with another cadet for any reason. (8) Disassembly. normally attached to the wardrobe. Issued Weapons Infractions. in addition to having doors and windows closed and locked. See NUSRR Chp 9.b.
The only exceptions are members of a cadet's direct chain of command and the unit and regimental armorers. c. sec XIX): a. (4) Unauthorized Weapons Training. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . intimidation.AUG 2005 222 . even if the weapon(s) is/are in the rifle rack(s). The following safety procedures apply strictly to university issued government M14 and M1903 rifles. there will be at least two authorized persons in the arms room at all times. (5) Unsecured Weapon. In ground floor rooms and below. The Regimental Commander will designate by name and rank all persons authorized access to each arms room. Cadets will not conduct any non-ceremonial training with rifles unless written approval has been previously granted by the Deputy Commandant and is noted on the training schedule. disobedience of orders. gesture. and/or other appropriate disciplinary charges. Such behavior can only be interpreted as a hostile gesture and is a serious breach of the Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations and could result in suspension or dismissal. b. Regimental Armorer. hazing. Cadets are at all times and without exception responsible for the security of their assigned weapon. Cadets are financially responsible for their assigned weapon. 14-6. Pointing a weapon at another person is strictly forbidden. Rifles and other weapons are not to be used in conjunction with physical training or military tactics training unless specifically directed by the Deputy Commandant. or confirmation concerning the accountability of a cadet's weapon will be considered an honor violation. NUCC Standards. Any physical contact with another individual. Any student who discovers an unsecured weapon will immediately turn the weapon in to a member of the chain of command. All other persons may only enter the arms rooms whenever they are properly staffed by authorized cadets or officials of the Office of the Commandant or the Norwich University Security Patrol. All arms room operations and activities will only be conducted using the two-person rule. where a weapon is the instrument of contact. 14-7. Unauthorized weapons training is defined as any time a university-issued rifle or other weapon is used in a non-ceremonial training event. Rooms will be locked at all times when the occupants are not present. e. willful negligent touching. is strictly forbidden. The primary cadets are the Regimental S-4. Weapons Security. battery. d. Arms Room Security. f. sec XIV and XVI (7) False Accountability Statements. parades and ceremonies. Rifles will be stored in the provided wooden rifle rack at all times. No rifle will be handled by any person other than the cadet to whom it is issued. and generally to all assigned university weapons (See NUSRR Chp8. Two authorized cadets must be present at all times. and maintenance and accountability inspections. and Company Armorers. as well as possible criminal or civil charges. Unoccupied rooms with unlocked doors are considered unsecured. It is a cadet's responsibility to immediately notify the chain of command in the event a weapon becomes misplaced. (6) Foul Play With Weapon.the transporting cadet at all times while the rifle is in transport. Cadets will not trust the security of their assigned weapon to another individual outside of their direct chain of command. This means that whenever the Regimental and/or Drill Team arms rooms are open for any reason. Any purposely inaccurate report. windows must be locked to be considered secure. See NUSRR Chp 9. Windows on ground floors and below must be locked. Engaging in weapons foul play will result in charges of assault. Carrying weapons into administrative and academic buildings is also unauthorized. The only exceptions are during authorized Manual of Arms training. No single cadet is authorized unescorted access to the arms rooms. All other persons are strictly forbidden to handle any rifle.
7 and Chp 15): a. The first turn-in will be prior to Thanksgiving break. and forward copies of the access rosters to the Regimental S2. b. Exception to the above policy: during a fire alarm evacuation. and maintenance program in accordance with this policy. maintenance and training. d. The S4 Regimental Armorer's responsibilities include. maintenance and supply. Company Armorer responsibilities include: (1) Act as liaison between the Regimental Armorer and their respective Company Commanders in all matters pertaining to issued weapons. The S4 Regimental Armorer has primary responsibility for the efficient operation of the university's consolidated arms room in Goodyear Hall. Coordinate for and publish hours of operation and maintenance and supply procedures. Ensure that whenever the arms rooms are open they are NEVER left unsecured. Post a copy of each access roster in the corresponding arms room. (See NUCC SOP Chp3. Advise commanders and staff on all matters pertaining to rifle issue and turn-in. and repair under the supervision of the S4 Regimental Armorer. turn-in. The second turn-in will be prior to spring break. Company armorers. inspection. maintenance and supply. Yearly Issue and Turn-in. 14-10. 14-8. c. Company armorers are accountable to their respective Company Commanders and must advise and assist them in implementing and maintaining a weapons security. (2) Advise their respective Company Commanders on all matters pertaining to rifle issue and turn-in. Company Armorers. a. The second issue for the year will be in January at the start of the second semester. The first issue will be prior to Labor Day at the start of the academic year. (3) Within their respective companies. and also has oversight over operation of the Drill Team arms room in Gerard Hall. Act as liaison between the Regimental S4 Staff and the unit commanders in all matters pertaining to issued rifles. 14-9. to include rifle issue. and weapons security policy development and enforcement. training. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . and that no one has unescorted access to the arms rooms. accountability and security. coordinate for the monthly arms room inventory and accompany officials of the Department of Defense and the Commandant's Staff conducting the inventory. safety. accountability and security. that the two-person rule is always followed. must coordinate with their Battalion Admin/Log Officers all matters pertaining to university issued weapons. In accordance with Army regulations. f. cadets will leave their weapons in their rooms with their doors unlocked. The S4 Regimental Armorer. Figure 3-4d. accountability and security. assist in the enforcement of regimental policies and procedures on NUCC Standards. Oversee the operations of the university's arms rooms and coordinate for rifle issue and turn-in. Prepare and distribute the monthly inventory report. e.g. Rifle issue and turn-in will take place at least twice during the academic year. training. through their respective company chains of command.AUG 2005 223 . g. Exact issue and turn-in dates and times will be determined by the Deputy Commandant. Unit armorers will conduct arms room operations. Designate by name and rank on an access roster all persons authorized to access and/or staff each arms room.
NUCC Standards. and coordinating for repairs and maintenance. (2) Assisting the Company Commander in developing and operating the company weapons maintenance plan. Hand Receipts. and barracks lock-down when required. (3) Advising and assisting the Company Commander on the quality of rifle training and conducting company level weapons training. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Name not on CMAIL — go to step 9. Rifle Issue and Turn-In Procedures. 7) Cadet inspects weapon for damage and proper functioning and verifies correct serial number — go to step 8. (4) Identifying and ordering. 10) Armorer advises cadet's chain of command. b. accountability and security. (6) Ensuring the two-person rule is always maintained when staffing the arms rooms. card and weapons card and matches name on weapons card against CMAIL. 9) Weapon is not issued and weapons card is retained by armorer — go to step 10. Cadet's Co Commander conducts an inquiry and informs Armorer of results of inquiry and action taken. (5) Assist in executing emergency and lost weapon procedures. through the S4. (2) Cadets must show university identification card and present their weapons card to their company armorer prior to issue — go to step 3.rifle issue and turn-in. (5) Advising the Company Commander on security policies and procedures and assisting in their enforcement. maintenance and training. Weapon Control Logs. and the Company Master Authorization List/ Monthly Inventory Log (CMAIL). (4) Cadet signs on next blank line in the issue column on weapons control log — go to step (5) Armorer removes weapon and places weapons card inside the well of the weapon being issued — go to step 6.AUG 2005 224 . 6) Armorer hands the cadet his/her assigned weapon — go to step 7. Step by step Rifle Issue procedures are as follows (see figure 14-1 below): (1) Cadets are standing in alphabetized order by company at arms room door — go to step 2. Cadet reports to Co Cdr.D. Company Armorer tasks in complying with the above include: (1) Ensuring accurate completion of Weapons Cards. a. (4) Assist the S4 Regimental Armorer with oversight and efficient operation of the university arms rooms. to include accountability inspections. (3) Armorer inspects both I. 8) Weapon is now the responsibility of receiving cadet. Name on CMAIL — go to step 4. component parts and supplies for rifles. 14-11.
6.Figure 14-1. 7. Step by step Rifle Turn-In procedures are as follows (see figure 14-2. Weapon is not the correct weapon or is not in acceptable condition: -Not correct weapon . Cadets are standing in alphabetized order by company at arms room door — go to step 2. Weapon is still not the correct weapon — Cadet reports to Company Commander. 5.go to step 7. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Rifle Issue Flow Chart b. below): 1. Weapon is the correct weapon and is in acceptable condition — go to step 4. 3. Commander initiates lost weapon procedures. card and weapon and verifies name and weapon numbers against CMAIL. Cadet returns to room to clean and/or locate the correct weapon and/or component parts — go to step 8. Armorer hands weapons card to cadet and cadet neatly signs on next blank line in the turn-in column on weapon control log — go to step 6. Verified weapon is in acceptable condition — go to step 4. -Weapon not in acceptable condition: (a) Weapon not clean — go to step 7 (b) Weapon needs repair or parts — Armorer accepts and tags weapon and reports specific condition to Regimental S4 — go to step 4. Cadets must show university identification card and present weapon to armorer — go to step 3. Weapon is the correct weapon but is still not clean . NUCC Standards.go to step 7. Cadet returns to arms room for second attempt at turn-in.AUG 2005 225 . Armorer inspects both I. Weapon is now the responsibility of the S4 Regimental Armorer and Norwich University.D. Armorer removes weapons card from rack and places weapon in the rack — go to step 5. 8.Armorer seizes weapon . 4. 2.
AUG 2005 226 .Figure 14-2 Rifle Turn-In Flow Chart NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .14-12. Notify Battalion and Regimental Commanders. Step 4. The Commander's investigation report. Lost Weapon Procedure. the S2 staff. coordinate to have the weapon turned into the arms room. cadets must indicate on their leave forms the status/location of their weapons for the period of their absence. 14-13.AUG 2005 227 . Unrecovered Weapon Report Of Survey. Weapon not found go to step 5. Weapon not found — go to step 3B. called a Report of Survey. must clearly explain the details and results of the Commander's investigation. the cadet's chain of command must gain positive control of the weapon and. Any time a missing weapon is not recovered. the person who made the discovery must report it to the chain of command. Search immediate area — weapon found — go to step 3A. Lock Down and Search Barracks — weapon found — go to step 3A weapon not found — go to step 7. Weapon not found — go to step 4. Cadets who must leave campus for more than seventy-two hours must turn their weapons in to an immediate supervisor or a trustworthy individual within their company. Secure weapon in room — counseling statement. Step 5. or leaves campus and does not return within the previously expected time frame. and the Regimental Guard will post sentinels at all doorways Step 7. Step 6. Whenever a weapon is discovered missing. If a cadet leaves campus without securing his/her weapon. members of the cadet chain of command. Commanders play the most crucial role in the security of company weapons. The report must include. Step 2. Notify chain of command — go to step 2. Commandant's Office. Cadets who will be absent from the university campus for seventy-two (72) hours or less will secure their weapons in their rooms as usual. and Security — go to step 6. Note: During barracks lock-down. The Commander must then initiate and follow through on lost weapon procedures (see para 14-13). Search floor — weapon found — go to step 3A. Begin Investigation — Release Barracks from Lock-Down -Begin Investigation Immediately -Individual(s) involved are NOT released -See next day procedures in paragraph 14-12 14-14. NUCC Standards. Cadet Guardroom. if necessary. Step 3A. In all cases. the Commander must promptly and thoroughly investigate the matter and determine who should be held monetarily liable for the missing weapon. The following steps will be taken when a government or university weapon is reported missing: Step 1. Absences From Campus. Step 3B.
DA Form 2062 (Hand Receipt/Annex Number). The CMAIL is a dual-purpose form. Whenever the weapons card is in the well of the weapons rack. The monthly inventories are the responsibility of the Company Commander.) e. if there are any discrepancies noted. 14-15. (See Figure 14-7.3749b). the cadet will sign and date the next blank line in the corresponding issue or turn-in column on the WCL. The report should be forwarded through the Battalion Commander to the Regimental S4. Hand Receipt.AUG 2005 228 . leaders must take immediate action to resolve the discrepancy. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . At all levels. The WCL is maintained by the company armorer and filed inside the arms room in each company's card file. Sample forms appear at the end of the chapter.) NUCC Standards. NUCC Weapons Card (NUCC Form 14. It is a complete roster of the names. Certified Weapons Inventory Report (CWIR). or the rifle is inside the arms room in the well of the weapons rack. Armorers will continuously update the CMAIL for their company and provide distribution copies to post in the arms room. Armorers must ensure that both sides of the WCL are completed properly. the armorer places the cadet's weapons card in the arms room weapons rack in the well of the weapon being signed out. The NUCC Weapons Card is an equipment receipt. When monthly inventories are completed. who reviews and forwards them to the Regimental Commander. Information on the CMAIL is entered into the Banner system. Weapons Control Log (WCL. there are no exceptions! (See Figure 14-3).with rationale. These monthly inventories should take place during Command Reveille on Monday mornings and Command Retreat on Thursday afternoons.3749a). All cadets are required to keep their weapons cards until they graduate or withdraw from the university. serial numbers. Every new cadet will receive a blank weapons card prior to being issued a weapon for the first time. Before a weapon can be issued. Weapons Forms and Administration. The Company Commander does this by forwarding a signed copy of the month's CMAIL to the Battalion Commander. the name or names of the person or persons who should be held financially responsible for the missing weapon. Other cadet leaders and the unit armorers must assist the Company Commander in accounting for and securing all weapons in the unit. (See Figure 14-4. Armorers must also provide copies of the CMAIL to the Company Commander and First Sergeant. The CMAIL is also used to conduct monthly inventories of all rifles assigned to all individuals in the unit. b. Weapons Control Log. and butt numbers for all assigned weapons in the company. The cadet receives his/her weapons card back only when the returned weapon is restored to its proper well in the rack. Certified Weapons Inventory Report. Once the Battalion Commanders receive the results of the monthly weapons inventories from each of their respective companies. the company armorer must check each cadet's identification card and weapons card against the CMAIL to ensure that rifles are not issued unlawfully. a. Each company armorer must ensure that each cadet in his or her company completes the weapons card accurately. NUCC Form 14. who will provide copies to the Student Housing and Records Officer. When the rifle is issued to the cadet.) d. Every new cadet will also receive a blank weapons control log (WCL) prior to being issued a rifle for the first time. The following paragraphs describe the weapons forms and administration. The card files remain inside the arms room at all times. there are no exceptions! Each time a cadet signs his or her rifle in or out. (See Figure 14-5. CMAIL. they then complete a Certified Weapons Inventory Report.) c. A Department of the Army Hand Receipt (DA Form 2062) may be used to loan rifles from the arms room to certain individuals outside of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets when authorized by the Deputy Commandant. it is assumed that the cadet has possession of the rifle. attaching each company's monthly inventory log (CMAIL). Either the weapons card is inside the arms room in the well of the weapons rack. (See Figure 14-6. The Battalion Commander then forwards the CWIR with attached CMAIL's to the Regimental S-4. Company Master Authorization List/Monthly Inventory Log (CMAIL). the Company Commander must certify to the Battalion Commander that all weapons have been inventoried and accounted for. The student(s) will then be financially charged for the missing weapon in addition to being charged with a disciplinary violation under the Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations.
AUG 2005 229 .3749a) NUCC Standards.Figure 14-3. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) . Weapons Card (NUCC Form 14.
3749b) NUCC Standards. Weapons Control Log (NUCC Form 14.Figure 14-4.AUG 2005 230 . Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
AUG 2005 231 . Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .Figure 14-5 Company Master Authorization List/Monthly Inventory Log (CMAIL) NUCC Standards.
CERTIFIED WEAPONS INVENTORY REPORT (CWIR) NUCC Standards.AUG 2005 232 .Figure 14-6. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .
Figure 14-7 DA Form 2062 Hand Receipt/Annex Number NUCC Standards. Operations and Procedures Manual (NUCC SOP) .AUG 2005 233 .
b. property management and weapons program for the Corps of Cadets. American Heritage Dictionary. h. b.you serve each unit. confidence. HQ Army. the staff agency for logistics. Norwich University Cadet Handbook. organization. flexibility. mission and responsibility as individuals and as a functioning staff and team. 16 Sep1997 k. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 234 .) (3. Staff Organizations and Operations. The S4 must be familiar with the duties of other staff members to accomplish the vertical and lateral coordination to provide the best recommendation and/or solution to the commander. 1988. The S4 officer has to be knowledgeable in all aspects of the position and know the specific duties and responsibilities better than anyone else.) Competent. Army Regulation 700-138 Army Logistics.) and Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services (Hayden Bldg. 31 January 1998 1. Army Regulation 735-5 Policy Procedure For Property Accountability. the Cavalry Troop and any other units regarding logistics. 1 March 1997. HQ Army. You are the unsung heroes. the Assistant S4 Property Management Officer and the Regimental Armorer. d. This is not necessarily a glamorous position but it will make or break the organization. supply. Staff and team on occasion work closely with the Uniform Officer who manages and operates the Cadet Uniform Store (Student Services Bldg. FM 101-5. Keep in mind the Norwich Motto. initiative and judgment. Regimental Staff. A servant leader. Drill Team Company. NUCC Administrative Manual. a.) The S4 supports the Leadership Development Program (LDP) directly and indirectly by virtue of its activity. c. g. Norwich University Student Rules and Regulations. General: (1. (5. Let us look at each characteristic: (1. Survey Officer's Guide. (2. DOD Logistics Dictionary.) The S4 Officer."I Will Try". i. You ask yourself what can I do to help. 15-2. planning and executing activity in support of the Corps of Cadets that pertain to logistics. The S4 Officer and Staff. e.) The S4 Officer supervises the efforts of the S4 NCOIC.CHAPTER 15 CORPS LOGISTICS 15-1.) The S4 officer is the proponent. The primary characteristics are: competence. assisting. the Assistant S4 Supply Officer. Soldiers Manual of Common Tasks. creativity. (See Chapter 3. Dewey. Army Pamphlet 735-5. STP 21-1-SMCT. Norwich University Academic Regulations. managing. Army Officers Guide. The S4 section may also assist. effective manager and communicator. maintaining. team player. Characteristics of the S4 officers. S4 Job Description. to assist to make it happen. work and liaison with the ROTC supply organizations as requested. f. You take care of each and every cadet in the Regiment . j. (4. References: a. The professional qualities of the S4 Officer and Staff are the necessary foundation for the success of the mission. loyalty.). The S4 reports to the Regimental Commander and Staff: advising.) The S4 advises and assists the Artillery Battery.
both verbally and visually.) Initiative. Be a good listener and develop thoughtful. acquisition. 1996) b. the Regimental Commander.) Effective. appropriate and sound expressions that convey clarity and understanding to those who one speaks. a. accountability. property management. therefore sound preparation and planning is important. Supply is defined: (1.) Creativity. Edward J. Disciplined and reliable. the Commander and Staff members as well as those one supervises. Bardi and C. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. (Joint Pub 1-02.) acquisition or construction. c. and (d. services and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements. who wisely manage time. At the highest level.) Logistics: (DOD) The science of planning and carrying out the movement and maintenance of forces. maintenance. John Langley. skills and common sense should prevail. Providing visual representation of plans. Management of Business Logistics. distribution. Looking for new ideas and innovative solutions.) Business Logistics: Since we work closely with the Uniform Officer/Cadet Uniform Store and Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services. evacuation. 23 Mar 94) (2. In its most comprehensive sense. those aspects of military operations which deal with: (a. It is also crucial to the position to be an effective communicator.. maintenance while in storage. size the situation quickly. the definition of Business Logistics: The process of planning. including the determination of kind and quantity of supplies. movement. producer phase--That phase of military supply which extends from determination of procurement schedules to acceptance of finished supplies by the Military Services. 6th ed. the staff at large and Corp of Cadets as a whole. internal and external movements. storage. based on sound knowledge. security and maintenance of the weapons program for the Command and University. and salvage of supplies.3 Definitions and Responsibilities. Also see Appendix A. the S4 team member will serve the organization. (3. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. Able to anticipate requirements. operation. maintenance. Glossary and Terms. will foster being a team player — one who gets the job done. (b. distribution.) Confident. maintenance. Good judgment. transportation and services. You are the principal staff individuals for coordinating the logistics integration of supply. (c. effective flow and storage of goods. evacuation. (Joint Publ-02.) acquisition or furnishing of services.) Supply: (DOD) The procurement. The staff officers are managers.(2. St. and disposition of facilities. outbound. and disposition of materiel. (5. Responsibilities and Duties of the Officer and Staff. determine what is important and do what needs to be done. 23 Mar 94) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 235 . Paul: West Publishing Co. Time will always be critical. Note that this definition includes inbound. money and resources.) design and development. success and accountability. Coyle. as well as the distribution. implementing and controlling the efficient. 15. consumer phase--That phase of military supply which extends from receipt of finished supplies by the Military Services through issue for use or consumption. (Source: John J. and hospitalization of personnel.) movement. Applying critical thinking as discussed in the Cadet Handbook will serve one well. Logistics as defined by the department of defense (DOD) and serves for our use in the Corps of Cadets: (1. b. (Minneapolis. (4. a. you work for the University. requirements and the use of proper forms for mission accomplishment.
(1. e. More definitions that are pertinent to Logistics. (1. tanks. The S4 must maintain close and continuous coordination with the S3 (Ops.) Small arms reporting: a. 268-276. supplies are divided into 10 classes. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. operate.) (2. multi-barrel machineguns such as the 7. Krag and Springfield rifles and possibly as well as temporary storage security and control of other weapons to include paintball rifles.) Supplies: Items needed to equip. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. shoulder-fired weapons. and support equipment.4 The Logistics Function. transportation and services for the command. Supplies include food. the Regiment and/or University at large.) Small arms: Handguns. and utilities) necessary to equip. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. arms. 30 Sep 98.) d. (3. pp. Property: may be defined: as something owned. fuel materials. General: The S4 is the principal staff officer for coordinating the logistics integration of supply. grenade launchers. 30 Sep 98. It provides the DOD Central Registry with small arms status.) Materiel: (DOD) All items (including ships. installations. b. Further it may include. Small arms: which include our M-14.) Develop with the S3 the logistics plan to support operations. See also equipment. operate. or general plant purposes. pp. etc. equipment. 268-276. The S4 Logistics operations and plans (general) involve: (1. flame-throwers. but excluding real property. Supplies may be used for administrative. recoilless rifles up to and including 106mm. 23 Mar 94) (2. mortars up to and including 81mm. Plans and Training) and the S2 (weapons security). and support military activities without distinction as to its application for administrative or combat purposes. Requisitioning." (AR 7355) (DA Pam 710-2-2. aircraft. (Joint Publ-02. DOD activity that is a repository for small arms serial numbers provided by the DOD Component Registries.) c. Property Management and Regimental Armorer. maintenance. a possession or item that is maintained under account for each organization. DOD Component Registry.) During unit exercise provide information on enemy logistics operations to the S2. operate. maintain. a..) Coordinate w/supporting unit commander on current and future support capability of that unit.) 15. Supply. property management. personal property. Glossary. etc. DOD Central Registry. (2. and related spares. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. and machinery of all kinds. Supplies are synonymous with "equipment" and "materiel.50 caliber machinegun. man-portable. (AR 710-2) (DA Pam 710-2-2. light automatic weapons up to and including . May be used either for administrative or combat purposes. self-propelled weapons. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 236 . cross bows. (See Appendix A. For planning and administrative purposes. and support military activities. rifle and shoulder-fired. rocket launchers. combat. 268-276. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. ammunition. The S4 is the link between the support unit and the commander and the staff. 15 Nov 95. pp.) Materiel: Property necessary to equip. 30 Sep 98. Military department or agency that maintains the location of all small arms serial numbers within that component. A list of weapon serial numbers for which the component registry's Military department or agency. and individually operated weapons that are portable or can be fired without special mounts or firing devices and that have potential use in civil disturbances and are vulnerable to theft. unit.(2.) f. Glossary. Glossary and Terms. pp. maintain. and support military activities. repair parts.) Coordinate with S3 and S l on equipping personnel and units.62mm M134. 566-573. Receipt and Issue System. maintain. Glossary. clothing. (4.(AR 725-50.
) Maintain proper storage. (3) Maintenance which involves(a. (b.) Create and maintain a Property Records Book to support the Master Property Book Listing. The Property Management function as described in this manual includes execution of tasks and activity which support supply room inventory and maintenance. (c.) Coordinate special transport requirements for command operations center and field command posts. c.) d. acquisition and storage of supplies and equipment. (4. and OPORDS. Property Book Listing. exercises and activities. (5.) Coordinate with the S l and S3 on transporting personnel.) Coordinate transportation assets for other services.) Coordinate with the S3 for logistics planning of tactical troop movement.) Transportation which involves(a.) Maintain proper inventories to support Corps functions. The Supply function involves: (1. (7.) Initiate report of survey and investigation of lost. (c.) Ensuring. (3. damaged or stolen issue. (See Appendix D.) Periodically review and update the Property Records Book. (c. (8. according to commander priority.) Calculating and recommending supply rates to the S3.) Ensure records of inventory and distribution (issue and return) are current and correct. (a. (2.) Property management. (See Appendix B. This function is shared with the unit commanders and S3.) Coordinate the requisition.) Determine maintenance and replacement workload. (b.) Determine maintenance timelines. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 237 .) Recommend support and supply priorities and controlled supply rates for publication in OPLANS. (2. transportation and services(1. (e. control.4.). Classes of Supply.) Conducting operational and tactical planning to support movement control and mode and terminal operations.) Coordinate all classes of supply.) Coordinate and monitor the collection and distribution of excess. in coordination with S2.(5. (d. CC Form 15.3.) (4. that accountability and security of supplies and equipment are adequate. Report of Survey. (b. (b.) Determine supply requirements.) Monitoring and analyzing the equipment readiness status.) Coordinate equipment recovery and evacuation operations (d. (See Appendix C.) Performing logistics preparation of area of operation and/or exercise. CC Form 15. quality and cleanliness of equipment. surplus and salvage supplies and equipment.) Supply room inventory and maintenance involve(a. and the maintenance of materiel records. (6. clothing and storage facility. property management.
(5. (a. establishment of facilities and installations. ambulance and evacuation plan. The Regimental Armorer function. (d.) Maintain a quality weapons program. the Cadet Handbook.) Services which involve(a. Weapons Procedures and Security.) Issue. (c. May be recorded on the specific weapon inventory list and tabulated. to include specific weapons. record and publish document(s) that describes the history of the program.) Report and record specific weapons issue by cadet name and student ID to the S l and to the University Record Section for Banner inclusion and tracking.) Coordinate field sanitation. weapons breakdown.) Publish a training program (b. (See Chapter 14. (3.) Training. This program is specific to the M-14 program and Arms Room.) Establish and maintain a weapons inventory. (See Chapter 14. (e. damage and required maintenance.) Coordinate or provide fire protection (g. account and periodically inspect all weapons inventory as required. (c. individual weapons inspection and cleaning methods. as well as more specific information on the armorer function is detailed in the NUSRR. order and acquisition. turn-in and inspect each and every weapon.) Secure. (d.) General. General. e.) Train unit armorers.1. Major functions involve(2.) History: Understand.) Coordinate or provide food preparation. This information will be provided to the Office of Commandant for budget.) (f. the Krag/Jorgenson and 1903 Springfield rifle program and storage as it pertains to the Drill Team and other weapons based activities.) (4. setup and provide temporary living facility (tents) and command center facility. (b. (c. the NUCC SOP Ch 14 and the AROTC and NROTC Supply section and advisors. This includes the Artillery Battery program and storage area.) Understand and operate the M-14 weapons program as a "consolidated arms room". (b.) Inventory and maintenance: (a.) Periodically inspect all weapons for serviceability.) Inspection: (a. (e.(5.) Create semi-annual. traditions and ceremonial and honor specific activity.) Train proper manual of arms. NU CC Form 3749 and NU CC Form 3749. a record specific to weapons parts and maintenance requirements.) Coordinate.) Coordinate or provide EMT. (1. (f.) Coordinate actions for establishing an organizational clothing and individual equipment operation exchange and for personal field equipment. Weapons Procedures and Security. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 238 . maintenance. (b. The Regimental Armorer reports to the S4 Officer on all matters regarding the university weapons program.) Coordinate the construction. water and delivery.
(6.) Communicate. (a.) Communicate all issues, problems, periodic inspections, losses and violations of the weapons program through the chain of command. (See Chapter 14, Weapons Procedures and Security.) (b.) Communicate all special requests to include honor and ceremony and gain approval of Deputy Commandant. (7.) Other: Issue of functioning live weapons, rounds and blank ammunition to include small arms and artillery shells for University and Corps activities, honor and ceremony; requires the coordination, presence and signature of the Assistant Commandant or Deputy Commandant. (See Appendix E, Training and Ammunition Control Document, DA Form 1515.) 15.5 Logistics, Supply and Property Management Occurs (Where): a. General: Logistics activity and responsibility can occur over a wide range of settings, terrain and conditions. From the storeroom, to the conference room, to field conditions; planning and operating in these environments is a matter of course. The S4 officers must synchronize and orchestrate the logistic requirements for all conditions to accomplish the mission. This activity can occur throughout the University area; from Paine Mountain on the east, the Dog River west, the athletic fields to the north and the lands and fields to the south. Terrain may be fields, forest, rock, meadow, and water environments. The elevation may vary from 700 feet at the UP to 2411 at the Dog River to 2,411 feet atop Paine Mountain. Training, exercises and activity occur over this wide and varied area. The main campus area: barracks, classrooms, athletic fields, training towers and areas also serve as locations of operation for the S4. (See Appendix J, Topographical Map of University area.) b. Regimental staff and S4 staff meetings, plans and operations may occur at Jackman Hall in the Trustees meeting room, Commandant’s Conference room, and other specific commandant offices. Staff meeting and training may occur at classrooms, lecture halls and other presentation centers as well as the Regimental Operations center. (See Appendix K, NU Campus Map, HTTP://www.Norwich.edu.map.) c. The S4 storage center is located in Gerard Hall room 103. The S4 officer as well as the advising Assistant Commandant control entry and the key. d. The primary Corps of Cadets M-14 Arms Room is located in Goodyear Hall Arms Room, bottom deck. Entry control and security at the Arms Room is maintained by the Deputy Commandant and NU Security. e. The Drill Team storage facility and arms room, Gerard Hall room 107, is controlled by the advising Assistant Commandant/CSM and the unit commander. f. The S4 assists and supports the operation of the Uniform Officer. The primary location is the Student Service Center building which houses the Cadet Uniform Store, Army Supply and Firing Range. The Hayden Building houses the Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services. On occasion and temporarily such support may require operating from the Shapiro Field House, Upper Parade ground and other locations. g. The AROTC Supply operation is primarily centered at the Cadet Service Center building. AFROTC supply activity is located Jackman Hall first deck. Navy and Marine supply is located in the Plumley Armory. 15.6 Logistics Activity, Operations and Functions Occur (When): a. General: S4 activity occurs throughout the calendar year in varying proportion but primarily during the academic year, Fall through Spring semester until Commencement. During the summer months; planning, preparation, maintenance and inventory renewal and acquisition occur. Early in August the S4 assists with the plan, preparation and execution of Cadet Leader Training, Freshmen-Rook arrival and upperclassmen return. b. The S4 Logistics model calendar of events and activity may be depicted as follows: (1.) August period: (a.) The S4 assists the Uniform Officer and supervises the S4 Supply team to setup, sort, size and prepare
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uniforms, boots, and shoes for Cadet Leader Week and Freshmen-Rook arrival days. (b.) The S4 may assist the Uniform Store and Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services to include linen, alterations, tailoring and cleaning. (c.) Prepare and assist with the PFT evaluations. (d.) Initial weapons issue M-14, Krag and 1903 Springfield rifles. (See Chapter 14, Weapons Procedures and Security, NU CC Form 14 3749 a and NU CC Form 14 3749 b.) (e.) Develop Mess Hall setup and table identification by company for 2nd Platoon/Co. (f.) Assemble plans, and OPORDs for initial student arrival phase. (g.) Assemble all NUCC Forms necessary for operation. (h.) Advise and assist the Regimental Commander and Staff on a weekly basis. (i.) Meet regularly and weekly with S4 staff. (j.) Train the S4 staff to include weekly, monthly, and annual plan. (k.) Review and note Corps of Cadet long-range calendar, annual, monthly and weekly schedule. (1.) Review Artillery Battery schedule, activity and requirements. (m.) Conduct AARs as frequently as necessary and at the conclusion of major events and activities. (2.) Fall Semester (August- December) period: a.) S4 assists, breaks down and recovers temporary Cadet Uniform Store and Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services issue site – vacate and clean areas. b.) Determine Convocation setup requirements. c.) Labor Day Parade and picnic requirements. d.) Abare Farm march and activity. e.) Monday Command and Staff meeting f.) Weekly S4 staff and training meeting. (g.) Alumni Homecoming activity. (h.) Parent Weekend activity. (i.) Tunbridge Fair support. (j.) NUSA camporee support and preparation. (k.) Haunted Hayride activity. (l.) Class photo sessions (m.) NUPFT preparation and support, upperclassmen. (n.) FTX preparations and support. (o.) Saturday Rook training. (p.) Upperclassmen weekend training events. (q.) Leadership Challenge Weekend (r.) Regimental Ball support. (s.) Veteran's Day support. (t.) Open House support. (u.) Rifle turn-in.
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(3.) Spring Semester (January-May) period. (a.)Monday Command and Staff meeting. (b.)Weekly S4 staff meeting. (c.)Weapon/rifle issue. (d.) Green Mountain Experience (GME) support. (e.) NUPFT support. (f.) 2nd Platoon/Co training. (g.) Winter Carnival weekend. (h.) Review Artillery Battery schedule to include candidate training. (i.) Prepare staff for promotion boards. (j.) Open House support.
(k.) Review and develop Corp of Cadet long range calendar. (l.) Leadership Challenge Weekend. (m.) Tri-Service award ceremony. (n.) Colby Writer's Symposium. (o.) Future Leader Week Training. (p.) Junior Weekend activity. (q.) Turn-in weapons/rifles. (r.) Determine and create parts list to repair weapons, other supplies and equipment. See paragraph: 15.4, e. (4) (b) above as well as other inventory supply lists. (s.) Review and update Property Book Listing. (See Appendix D, Property Book Listing, CC Form 15.3.) (t.) Commencement activity. (4.) May-August period: (a.) Plan and preparation for coming year activity. (b.) Inventory all equipment and supplies against property list. (c.) Determine maintenance and repair requirements and schedule of equipment, supplies and storage facilities. (d.) Review, update, rewrite or amend SOP and other pertinent documents. (e.) Artillery Battery annual weapons inspection, certification, repair and maintenance perform. (f.) Artillery Battery, SOP and document review and update.
15.7. The Logistics, Supply and Property Management and Regimental Armorer Officers will perform the following: a. The S4 Logistic Officer will perform:
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(1.) Attend all Regimental Commander and Staff meetings. (2.) Recommend to the Regimental Commander and Staff on all matters that pertain to logistics, supply, property and weapons. (3.) Plan, prepare, organize and execute exercises and activities. (4.) Develop and be aware of long-range calendar, annual, monthly and weekly training plan. (5.) Direct, divide and delegate activity to officers of supply, property and weapons and support the Artillery Battery. (6.) Hold weekly S4 staff meetings. (7.) Review and maintain all records and files regarding logistics. (8.) Meet as necessary with the Uniform Officer and staff, as well as ROTC supply personnel. (9.) Train S4 staff to include planning, preparation and execution. (10.) Evaluate Officer and NCOIC. (11.) AAR all logistics activity. (12.) Member of Uniform Committee for the Uniform Officer. (13.) Consolidate inventory reports. (14.) Develop maintenance repair schedule. (15.) Determine budget-supply requirements. (16.) Responsible for lost, stolen, damaged incident reports and investigations. (See Appendix C, Report of Survey, CC Form 15.4.) (17.) Review quality, accuracy and need for each NUCC Forms on a semi-annual basis. (18.) Responsible for all administration matters as it pertains to S4. (19.) Update and make recommendations to: the NUCC SOP, manuals, NUSRR, Cadet Handbook, etc. as it pertains to logistics. (20.) Review Norwich University 2019 Plan and determine and create possible logistics contribution. (21.) Properly document all inventory in Property Book Listing. (See Appendix D, Property Book Listing, NUCC Form 15.3.) (22.) Properly document all requests and requisition, (See Appendix F, Requisition / Request, NUCC Form 15.2; distribution, issue, return, turn-in, See Appendix G, Hand Receipt, NUCC Form15.1.; and lost and damaged items, See Appendix C, Report of Survey, 15.4..) (23.) Responsible for all matters that pertain to Regimental Armorer, weapons security and storage. (24.) Advise and assist Drill Team unit commander on matters of logistics and arms control. (25.) Advise and assist Artillery Battery unit commander on matters of logistics and weapons control. (26.) Advise and assist the Cavalry Troop unit commander on matters of logistics. (27.) Be familiar with all vendors that support logistics, supply, property, weapons and responsibilities. (28.) Meet and coordinate as necessary with Sodexho Food Service management and personnel, Facility Operations personnel, NU Bookstore personnel, ROTC supply personnel and VT Guard personnel, (See Appendix F, Requisition / Request, NUCC Form 15.2.) (29.) Meet regularly with logistics advising Assistant Commandant and/or Deputy Commandant.
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(30.) Meet and schedule all logistics and weapons activity with advising Assistant Commandant, Deputy Commandant and OPERATIONS and TRAINING Officer. (31.) Oversee, develop and complete historical background documents as it pertains to logistics, M-14, Krag and 1903 Springfield rifle program and Artillery Battery. (32.) Maintain a recall and duty roster with name, rank, position, room and phone number. b. The Supply Officer will perform the following: (1.) Advise, assist and recommend to the S4 Logistics Officer on all matters of supply. (2.) Attend and report at all S4 staff meetings. (3.) Plan, organize and execute all supply activity. (4.) Work side by side with the S4 Property Officer (5.) Assist the Uniform Officer with setup, size, quantity and distribution of initial Rook issue, to include: fitting, distribution, "yellow bags" and documentation. (6.) Develop, plan and coordinate with the Sodexho Food Service manager an agreeable table setup for Rook platoon/company. (7.) Assist the Cadet Uniform Store and Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services personnel with Rook arrival to include clothing distribution, alteration, ironing board and trunk sales and linen setup and distribution. (8.) Assist with breakdown and storage of all temporary distribution centers, i.e. Shapiro Field House, barracks, Upper Parade ground, etc. (9.) Issue and turn-in of upperclassmen regalia, swords, sabers, guidons, Regimental flags and colors. (See Appendix G, Hand Receipt, NUCC Form15.1.) (10.) Issue and return all items with proper hand receipt and inventory documents. (See Appendix G, Hand Receipt, CC Form l5.1.) (11.) Support all supply issues as it pertains to the master calendar, monthly and weekly training schedule, plans and activities: a.) Includes all Rook arrival activity, Rook NUPFT, Abare Farm activity, Rook Platoon and company training weekend activity, rappel and climbing wall activity, Paine mountain and Dog River Run, Rook recognition, NUSA, etc. b.) Includes all upperclassmen issue, training and activity, NUPFT, Haunted Hayride, NUSA, foot marches, field exercises, Green Mountain Experience, Open House setups, Leadership Challenge Weekends, etc. (12.) Maintain inventory and administrative records. (See Appendix D, Property Book Listing, CC Form 15.3. and FIG 15-2.) (13.) Train the S4 Supply staff. (14.) Evaluate the S4 staff. (15.) AAR activity and brief S4. c. The Property Management Officer will perform the following: (1.) Advise, assist and recommend to the S4 Logistics Officer on all matters of Property. (2.) Attend all S4 staff meetings. (3.) Plan, organize and execute all property activity, transportation and service needs. (4.) Work side by side with the S4 Supply Officer.
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(5. saws.3. distribution and accountability of supplies and materiel to include: (a.) Communication equipment to include `walkie talkies'. (b. all matters pertaining to the weapons program. (7. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 244 .) Primarily maintains the M-14 weapons program to include inventory. Drill team storage facility. assist and recommend to the S4 Logistics. Artillery Battery facility.) AAR activity and brief S4 logistics. Chapter14. etc.) Develop and maintain a Property Book Listing for S4 logistics.) (9. officer and NCO belts. XIX. supply and property.) Advise. Arms Room and Weapons Procedures and Security.) Advises and assists the Drill Team weapons program that includes Krag and 1903 Springfield rifles and ceremonial weapons. issue and turn-in. ropes.) Assist with upperclassmen. spades.1. (See Appendix M. annual. (19. (12.) Thoroughly familiar with NUCC SOP.) Assist with inventory.) Determine sanitation requirements. etc. sabers.) Accept and entertain requests for new equipment. etc. compasses. NUSRR Ch 8.) Evaluate S4 Property Management staff. repairs and replacement. (8. (11. unit staff issue and turn-in. axes.) (10. assist and advise on supply facilities and inventories as they pertain to temporary operations and facilities. CC Form 15. (20. Property Book Listing. monthly and weekly training schedule. security.) Performs monthly M-14 Arms Room inspection and inventory. (See Chapter 14. car. (14. (6.) Ascertain and coordinate transportation needs: bus. and FIG 15-5. flags. Arms Room and Weapons Procedures and Security.) Guidons.) Train S4 Property Management staff. Hand Receipt. The Regimental Armorer will perform the following: (1. national and service colors. warmth. stop watches. command operations center computers and equipment. Battalion. M-14 Rifles and the Cadet Handbook. (6. harnesses. (5. (c. cleaning and repair. truck or as required to accomplish activity. van. and OPORDS.) Budget and forecast equipment and supply needs. (16. (See Appendix D. Guard room flags and colors. porta pot and water needs. (2. (18. base stations. Sec.) Operate fully aware of master calendar long range plan. (13. (15. (21.) Water jugs. (d. poles.) Maintain and account for inventory using proper documents and records. Battalion.) Coordinates weapons activity at the pleasure of AROTC and NROTC supply weapons programs. etc.) Regalia include sashes. Regimental.) (3.) Maintain S4 storage facility and supplies.) Build and man fire pits for food preparation. etc. (4. whistles. swords. maintenance and upkeep. hand held radios. (17. uniform code flags.) Maintain. d. etc. scheduling and administration. CC Form 15. and FIG 15-2. d.) Support and contribute to Plans.) Thoroughly familiar with vendors and resources to support property activity. shovels. Regimental flags.
NUCC Form 15.) (g. Barbers *History of yearly events and activity (h.) The Artillery Battery will perform the following: (a.) Develop and maintain a written history of the M-14. (b. Dept of Army-Oct 1994. mortars.) Will operate a SAFE program to protect Norwich University at all times. i.e. (iv. CC Form 15. Krag and 1903 Springfield rifle as it pertains to the University program.) Will operate a SAFE program.3. (e.) Assists and advises the Artillery Battery on weapons and ammunition requirements as necessary.) Maintain a staff and armorer unit roster to include name.) Train and recruit quality unit supply / armorers. Property Book Listing. reloading equipment and other equipment by identification number and description and maintain a current inventory list. monthly and weekly training schedule. rank. (12. (11.) Will develop and create operating instructions and procedures for each weapon whether currently in use or not.) Create and maintain weapons inventory of all artillery pieces. recruits. (d.) Create and maintain a Property Book Listing. (1. duration and place to train. (f. (See Appendix D.) Will operate a SAFE program to prevent damage and/or loss of weapons and equipment.3. James Cannon. position. HQ. (iii.) Thoroughly familiar with master calendar. Shoot. (13.) e. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 245 .) Date.) Will develop. write and articulate a mission. (9. (See Appendix D. unit.) Create. develop and maintain a historical document that details the following: (i. S4 Logistics Support for Other Units. CH 2. Property Book Listing. (14.) Be familiar with Soldiers Manual of Common Tasks.) Refresher training for returning class members. (10. loss of limb or death. (8.) Who are qualified trainers and instructors. instructors trained and maintain currency.) Develop and publish an approved training guide for current unit members. (c. (15. room number and phone number.(7.) Maintain a quality weapons cleaning and upkeep program to include unit cleaning requirements and kits assigned to unit supply / armorers.) History of the Artillery Battery. the Tug (Bear).) History of each weapon: *Mortars *James Cannon *75 MM Artillery Cannons *History of St. to include: (i. 75 mm Artillery Cannon and other weapons present. to protect personnel from injury. etc. (ii. time.) Evaluate staff and armorer personnel. (ii.) How are trainers.
) Adhere to Army Supply officer requirements for blank round estimates of quantity. (1. (See Appendix D. (j) Schedule and gain approval for all Artillery Battery activity. Property Book Listing. rank. MCV CC-13 J. Topographical Map of Norwich University area. APPENDICES A.) (q. Hand Receipt. Training and Ammunition Control Document. position. cartridges etc. ceremonial and honorary activity.) Always operate and function SAFELY. Training Ammunition Control Document. (m. Report misfires to the Artillery Battery Advisor and Deputy Commandant and/or Army Supply officer. CC Form 15. (See Appendix E.) Report all misfires and carefully secure and contain blanks.1 H. Property Book Listing.2 G.) Safely secure and maintain all blank rounds and 12 gauge shot gun shells and maintain proper accountability. long range calendar.) Express by formal document a vision.) Be familiar with master calendar. issue and turn-in. CC Form xx I. (n. firing schedules and events to include Rook Week. Requisition / Request. room number and phone number. (c. (d.) Develop a budget and fund raiser activity. if in doubt STOP ALL ACTIONS! Be SAFE.) Develop and maintain a unit roster to include: name. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 246 .) Understand and gain approval of activity and training through the Artillery Battery advisor by the Deputy Commandant and/or Commandant to include the Public Affairs Office. monthly and weekly training schedules. annual. plans.) Ascertain logistics needs and requirements.) Maintain an industrial clean environment at the artillery storage shed. Supply Class C. (p. Map 1. Regimental functions.) Express by formal document a vision. plan.(i. Departure Inspection Checklist. (k. Room Inventory and Check In / Out Sheet. DA Form 5515. (b. DA Form 5515. Deputy Commandant and Facility Operations.) (g. Glossary and Terms B. and activity as it applies to the Norwich University 2019 Plan. special requests etc. (e. CC Form 15. (o.) Develop plans and activities. F. (r. and activity as it pertains to the Norwich University 2019 Plan.3. Norwich University Campus. K. marches and parades.) Develop and maintain a property list.) Create a history of the Norwich University Cavalry Troop. CC Form 15. CC Form 15. (2. Report of Survey.4 D. E.) The Cavalry Troop logistics activity will perform the following: (a. (f.) Report all maintenance and service needs to Artillery Battery advisor.
pp. Ensuring the security of all property of the command. Dictionary of United States Army Terms. Command responsibility is inherent in command and cannot be delegated. Paul: West Publishing Co. (AR 710-2. 30 Sep 98. and safekeeping. whether in use or in storage. Inventory Management Supply Policy Below the Wholesale Level. DA Pam 710-2-1. (Joint Publ02. Glossary. Note that this definition includes inbound. dues-out and balances on hand or in use. effective flow and storage of goods. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. care. pp.. It is evidenced by assignment to command at any level and includes: a. 268276) Clothing maintenance Alteration and replacement by purchase of personal uniform clothing by the individual. 31 Oct 97. 268-276) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 247 . implementing and controlling the efficient. AR 735-5) AR 710-2. or funds. losses. John Langley. internal and external movements. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. Taking administrative or disciplinary measures when necessary. Glossary. documents. care. 268276) Clothing Store Manager A person designated by the local exchange manager to be responsible for store supervision and store operation. 23 Mar 94) Accountability Obligation to keep records of property. outbound. pp. 30 Sep 98. and that proper custody and safekeeping of Government property are provided. 186-195. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. 268-276) Command Responsibility The obligation of a commander to ensure that all Government property within his or her command is properly used and cared for. (AR 700-84) (DA Pam 710-2-2. (Source: John J. (Minneapolis. safety. The person having this obligation may or may not have actual possession of the property. and safekeeping of all property within the command. Bardi and C. Replacement is done by exchange of unserviceable garments for serviceable garments.APPENDIX A – LOGISTICAL GLOSSARY and TERMS Accountability (DOD) The obligation imposed by law or lawful order or regulation on an officer or other person for keeping accurate record of property. or funds. or funds. Management of Business Logistics. pp. (AR 700-84) (DA Pam 710-2-2. Observing subordinates to ensure that their activities contribute to the proper custody. 1996) glossary)) Clothing issue-in-kind An alternate system for furnishing items or initial clothing and replacements at Government expense. Glossary. St. duesin. use. b. 30 Sep 98. Enforcing all security. This definition does not include the Berlin clothing store or contractor-operated stores. services and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements. documents. d. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. (AR 700-84) (DA Pam 710-2-2. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. Coyle. (AR 310-25. c. Accountability is concerned primarily with records. 30 Sep 98. DA Pam 710-2-2. documents. and accounting requirements. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. pp. such as identification data. Glossary. Edward J. 6th ed. while responsibility is concerned primarily with custody. gains. 15 Oct 83) Business Logistics The process of planning. Basic Issue Items (BII) Those essential ancillary items required to operate the equipment and to enable it to perform the mission and function for which it was designed or intended. See also responsibility.
pp. pp. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. as shown by an accountability record of the property. or agent. pp. maintain. and balance data for stored DOD wholesale materiel.) Destruction Action or omission that renders property completely useless. regulated item. and that proper custody and safekeeping are provided. to maintain proper custody. Receipt and Issue System. 23 Mar 94) Distribution System The procedures used by facilities and installation to receive. maintain. 15 Nov 95. 268-276. pp. receipt of formal written delegation. camp. Damage also shows partial unserviceability. (AR 725-50.) Custodial Responsibility The responsibility of a storage activity. pp. Issue to a post. distribute. pp. safekeeping. Property may be damaged in appearance or in expected useful life without rendering it unserviceable or less useful. installations. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2.) Direct Responsibility Obligation of a person to ensure that all Government property for which he or she has receipted for. Distribution System (DOD) That complex of facilities. 268-276. care. owner/manager identification code. Requisitioning. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. base or equivalent. Direct responsibility results from assignment as an accountable officer. Requisitioning. 15 Nov 95. station. Glossary. Damage to the point of complete loss of identity or beyond the prospect of future restoration is considered to be "destruction. It is usually a disagreement between quantities or condition of property actually received in a shipment and that recorded on the shipping document. depot." (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. (Joint Publ-02. and may include lot/ serial number and/or on hand quantity by supply condition code. 566-573. and control the flow of materiel between the point ofa. Usually implies that damage is the result of some act or omission. receipt. Glossary. and control the flow of military materiel between the point of receipt into the military system and the point of issue to using activities and units. issue. 30 Sep 98. 23 Mar 94) Custodial Record A record maintained by the storage activity reflecting standard catalog data.Critical Item (DOD) An essential item that is in short supply or expected to be in short supply for an extended period. Glossary. store." Another form of discrepancy occurs when a disagreement exists between a stock record balance and the result of a physical count or inventory. store." Animals killed for various reasons are said to be "destroyed. This type of discrepancy generally is referred to as a "discrepancy incident to shipment.) Discrepancy Disagreement between quantities or condition of property on hand and that required to be on hand. Receipt into a military supply system. which is not the designated single manager. (Joint Publ-02. for controlling assets in storage and aiding in inventory. may occur in varying degrees. (AR 72550. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-22. is properly used and cared for. and procedures designed to receive. methods. 566-573. 15 Nov 95.) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 248 . Receipt and Issue System. distribute. 268-276. 566-573.) Damage A condition that impairs either value or use of an article. and b. 30 Sep 98. See also critical supplies and materials. or acceptance of the property on hand receipt from an accountable officer. (AR 725-50. 30 Sep 98. Receipt and Issue System. Commanders and/or supervisors will determine and assign in writing the individuals who will have direct responsibility for property. Requisitioning. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures.
30 Sep 98. This includes all class 1. Also included is office furniture in FSC 7110. 268-276. DA Pam 710-2-1. drugs. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. Note. DA Pam 710-2-2. damaged.Expendable Items An item of Army property coded with an ARC of "X" in the AMDF. and those class 2. (Misconduct includes wrongful appropriation. etc. OCIE authorized by CTA 50-900 will be accounted for in the same manner as nonexpendable property regardless of the ARC reflected in the AMDF. deployable TDA. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. 30 Sep 98. 268-276. or utility of an item that has occurred solely because of normal and customary use of the item for its intended purpose. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. 15 Oct 83) Installation Property Book Record of property issued under an authorization document other than an MTOE.. AR 710-2.) Expendable Property (DOD) Property that may be consumed in use or loses its identity in use and may be dropped from stock record accounts when it is issued or used. 5 (except 5L). (AR 735-5. Expendable items require no formal accountability after issue from a stock record account. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2.) (DA Pam 710-2-2. or destroyed because of negligence or misconduct.) Financial Liability Personal. 30 Sep 98. 268-276. Glossary. repair parts. office supplies. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures.) (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. joint. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. Commercial and fabricated items similar to items coded "X" in the AMDF are considered expendable items. (Joint Publ-02.) Inventory An inventory is a physical count of property on hand. components and assemblies. (AR 710-2) (DA Pam 710-2-2. or which lose their identity. 3. AR 735-5. Glossary. (AR 710-2. Glossary. such as nuts and bolts. such as ammunition. Glossary. and so on. (AR 310-25. or corporate statutory obligation to reimburse the U. pp. rations. fuel. Glossary. Government for Government property lost. pp. pp. pp. and deployable CTA items. 30 Sep 98. pp. gasoline.) Hand Receipt (A) A document used to record acceptance of and responsibility for material. (Joint Publ-02. 268-276. pp. DA Pam 710-2-1) (DA Pam 710-2-2. surgical dressings. Components are inventoried when the end item is inventoried. 23 Mar 94) Expendable Supplies and Material (DOD) Supplies which are consumed in use. etc. such as spare parts. or are merged into another entity when used for their intended purpose. medicines. 4. Also called consumable supplies and material. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. paint. 30 Sep 98. Dictionary of United States Army Terms. and 7195 with a unit cost of less than $300.) Hand Receipt A signed document acknowledging acceptance of and responsibility for items of property listed thereon that are issued for use and are to be returned. Glossary. 268-276. 7125. 268-276. cleaning and preserving materials. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. 30 Sep 98. This category consists of items which are consumed during normal usage such as paint.) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 249 . construction materiel. and 9 items. 23 Mar 94) Fair Wear and Tear (FWT) Loss or impairment of appearance. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. and 10 items which are not end items or have a unit price of less than a $100. effectiveness. worth.S.
usually maintenance environment.Inventory Accounting Establishment and maintenance of accounts for materiel in storage. maintain. and disposal of materiel. or operating personnel. The planning. 30 Sep 98. operate. and accompanied by a reckless. (Joint Publ-02. The accounting process includes maintenance of supporting records and rendition of reports when required. Gross negligence. routing. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. mobility consideration. Simple Negligence. Dictionary of United States Army Terms. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. requirements determination. (Joint Publ-02. The failure to act as a reasonably prudent person would have acted under similar circumstances. all circumstances being considered.) Inventory Control (DOD. in transit. (Joint Publ-02. coolant. (AR 310-25. on hand. Glossary. For each mode. financial. See also non-unit related cargo. 23 Mar 94) Movement control (DOD) 1. NATO) That phase of military logistics that includes managing. 268-276. It indicates maintenance capabilities required of the using unit and supporting units. routing. b. (Joint Publ-02. and control of personnel and cargo movements over lines of communications. and supply management. or on consignment in terms of cost or quantity. deliberate. 30 Sep 98. the technical information required to develop military and civilian occupational series codes to recognize new or changed skill requirements is included. or wanton disregard for the foreseeable consequences of the act. in manufacturing process. 23 Mar 94 Maintenance Concept (A) A concept which describes the manner in which an end item will be maintained and supported. overhaul. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. 30 Sep 98. scheduling. b. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. road. sea transport (coastal and ocean). May be used either for administrative or combat purposes. air transportation. 23 Mar 94) Net Weight (DOD) Weight of a ground vehicle without fuel. pp. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. inventory management. c. They are: a. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. pp. and support military activities. Synonymous with materiel control. summary. Glossary. and item accounting. distribution. and provides information concerning tactical employment. and d.) Mode of Transport (DOD) The various modes used for a movement. Also called movement control center. and control of personnel and cargo movements over lines of communications. non-unit-related personnel. 2. scheduling. 268-276. there are several means of transport. An organization responsible for the planning. on-vehicle materiel. 23 Mar 94) Negligence a. cataloging. cargo. inland surface transportation (rail. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. An extreme departure from the course of action to be expected of a reasonably prudent person. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. materiel management. and inland waterway). Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms.) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 250 . Glossary. pp. 268-276. and other operational considerations. Specific types of inventory accounting are detail. Additionally. 15 Oct 83) Materiel Property necessary to equip. procurement. engine oil. pipelines. allowable downtime. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures.
268-276. (AR 700-84 and AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. of certain classes of nonexpendable property and expendable (reportable) items listed under specified conditions or by specific instructions from Headquarters. 268-276. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. pp. service uniforms. other than a stock record account.) Personal Property Property of any kind except real property and records of the Federal Government. binoculars. similar to Personal Arms and Equipment Items designed for personal use or performance of duty by a person and normally stored with the personal effects of or worn or carried on the person. Department of the Army. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. pp. Glossary. and safeguard all Government property in his or her possession. pp. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. footwear. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. 30 Sep 98. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. office furniture. or any other organized files of property records. Glossary. Glossary.) Preventive maintenance (DOD) The care and servicing by personnel for the purpose of maintaining equipment and facilities in satisfactory operating condition by providing for systematic inspection. detection. Glossary. protective masks. Nonexpendable items require property book accountability after issue from the stock record account.Nonexpendable Items An item of Army property coded with an ARC of "N" in the AMDF. and items listed on DA Form 3645 or DA Form 3645-1. 30 Sep 98. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. 268-276. Such items become personal equipment only when issued to the using person for personal use. Government quarters and furnishings and typewriters are not classified as personal property. Applies to all Government property issued for. Items like motor vehicles. Glossary. Dictionary of United States Army Terms. 268-276. 268-276. Glossary.) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 251 . 23 Mar 94) Primary Hand Receipt Hand receipt between an accountable officer and the person receiving the property and assuming direct responsibility for it.) Property Book Accountability (A) The obligation to maintain records. 30 Sep 98. pp. and component items prescribed by the Secretary of the Army and provided to enlisted members. Glossary. pp. 30 Sep 98. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. 268-276. 30 Sep 98. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. 15 Oct 83) Property Records and Property Account General terms referring to any record of property. flashlights. some toolboxes. pp. This includes not only formal SRAs maintained in item or monetary terms by accountable officers. and individual clothing and equipment records.) Personal Clothing Military-type clothing and personal clothing such as headgear. but also organizational property books. underwear.) Personal Responsibility The obligation of a person to exercise reasonable and prudent actions to properly use. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. or converted to a person's exclusive use. installation property books. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. pp. Examples are handguns. (AR 310-25. with or without receipt. (Joint Pub 1-02. care for. Commercial and fabricated items. 30 Sep 98. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. and correction of incipient failures either before they occur or before they develop into major defects. 268-276.) Property book A formally designated set of property records maintained under AR 710-2 to account for organizational and installation property in a using unit. 30 Sep 98. (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. acquired for.
destruction. Survey Act of investigating circumstances involving loss. doctrines. or that imposes unnecessary expense to the U. This includes any variation in goods received from data shown on the covering shipping documents (GSA or issue release/receipt document (DD Form 13481A). Requisitioning. interchangeability. (Joint Publ-02.) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 252 . (AR 735-5) (DA Pam 710-2-2. Standardization is the process by which nations achieve the closest practicable cooperation among forces. Glossary. authorized procurement delivery document or vendor's packing list. or other authorized shipping document). and designs to achieve and maintain the most effective levels of compatibility. pp. which is not the result of a transportation discrepancy or product quality deficiency. Chapter 18. DOD activity that is a repository for small arms serial numbers provided by the DOD Component Registries. 30 Sep 98. invoice/shipping document. stock control. improper or inadequate technical data or supply documentation. and materiel. receipt. Dept of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms.(AR 725-50.) Standardization The process of developing concepts. procedures. or unserviceability of property listed on a report of survey. 268-276. Vol 2. requisition. including requisitioning. pp. Glossary. damage.S. Supply discrepancies encompass variations in condition or quantity. A list of weapon serial numbers for which the component registry's Military department or agency. Supply Control (DOD) The process by which an item of supply is controlled within the supply system. incorrect and misdirected material. and items. It provides the DOD Central Registry with small arms status.Requisition A supply request initiated by the SSA in a MILSTRIP format or a unit supply request converted to a MILSTRIP format by the SSA for submission to the next higher source of supply. (AR 710-2) (DA Pam 710-2-2. and any unsatisfactory condition due to improper packaging that causes the material to be vulnerable to loss. or damage. delay. Government. 566-573. storage. Military department or agency that maintains the location of all small arms serial numbers within that component. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. 268-276. 30 Sep 98. Receipt and Issue System. shipment. receipt of canceled requirements. and production resources. b. administration.g. Supply Support Activity Supply System: Manual Procedures. development. DOD Central Registry. identification.) Small Arms Reporting a.. and commonality in the fields of operations. disposition. pp. the most efficient use of research. and accounting. interoperability. DOD Component Registry. 15 Nov 95. e. excessive packaging. 23 Mar 94) Supply Discrepancy Errors reportable under AR 735-11-2 or DLMS.
Class VI Personal demand items. Class VIII Medical material. MRE's etc. field sanitation. Class IX Repair parts. Class II Organizational clothing. etc. individual equipment. supply areas. Class VII Major end items h. Class III Bulk fuel. flashlights. transportation service. Class X Material for non-military or community service operations. and maps. e. The following Supply Classes will apply to the Corp of Cadets: a. c. Army. j.APPENDIX B — CLASSES OF SUPPLY Supply Class for the purposes of this SOP: There are ten recognized Supply Classes used which mimics those used and recognized by the U. meaning food. water. Class I Rations. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 253 . Class V Munitions f. b. Class IV Construction and fortification. i. linen. tents. d. g.S.
There is no positive evidence of negligence. Date_______________ 12. Affidavit: I do solemnly swear that the articles of property shown above were lost. ___________________________ 11. damaged or destroyed property and have determined the following action is required. 14. b. or worn out in the manner stated. 10. ___The circumstances surrounding the lost. while in use. ___ Comment: 13. 15. a. Date: ___________ 3. Accountable officer or primary Hand Receipt: 4. Date and Circumstances: 9. Rank of investigating authority. or willful intent did occur. Date: _______________ 16. Cost/Value 8. ___No further action is required. Quantity 7. Rank. ___ The value or cost to repair or replace the item will be paid to the Office of the Commandant. Name. Stock/ID Number 5. damaged item requires further investigation or that negligence. Signature. d. C . Date: _______________ NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 254 . destroyed. Investigating Authority: I have received the evidence pertaining to the lost.APPENDIX C — REPORT OF SURVEY FORMAT Norwich University Corps of Cadets REPORT OF SURVEY 1. Appointing Authority: Name. Description 6. Type of Property: ________________________________ 2.
APPENDIX C - REPORT OF SURVEY INSTRUCTIONS
NUCC Form 15.4 1. Type of property: Organizational, Unit or individual, etc. 2. Date: Based on Unit individual or Hand Receipt individual by the appointing or investigating officer's initiation of Report of Survey. 3. Name of individual accountable for item. 4. Stock/ID number of item on Hand Receipt. 5. Description of item on Hand Receipt. 6. Quantity 7. Cost or value associated with item as recorded on property book list or inventory. 8. Date and circumstances surrounding the loss, damage or destruction of item. 9. Affidavit. Self-Explanatory. 10. Signature of individual 12. Date of completion of circumstances by Hand Receipt individual. 13. Investigating Authority denotes finding and comments on investigation as necessary. 14. Investigating Authority's signature 15. Date 16. Appointing Authority signature; the one who designates the investigating authority. General: Report of Survey may be self initiated or by the Investigating /Appointing Authority (to include Company and Battalion Commanders). In some instances, a Report of Survey may be initiated by the Regimental IG, Commandant, Deputy Commandant and Assistant Commandant. It is the first step in determining the facts, situation and individual(s) responsible for the loss, damage or destruction of an item. Supporting statements and documentation may be attached to this Report of Survey. In some situations, investigation may go beyond and outside the purview of the accountable or Hand Receipt individual and the Appointing Authority may assign, direct and by order, another individual to investigate. When a replacement / repair cost or associated charge is determined the Appointing Authority will so state and the documentation provided to the Office of the Commandant
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APPENDIX C--EXAMPLE: REPORT OF SURVEY (NUCC Form 15.4)
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APPENDIX D — PROPERTY BOOK FORMAT (NUCC Form 15.3)
Norwich University Corps of Cadets PROPERTY BOOK LISTING
1 Item Description 2 Model Number 3 Stock/ID Number 4 Date Acquired 5 Price/ Value 6 Location
NUCC Form 15.3 (Aug 2004)
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APPENDIX D - PROPERTY BOOK LISTING INSTRUCTIONS
NUCC FORM 15.3
1. Item Description. 2. Model number located on item. 3. Stock or ID number of item. 4. Date acquired or gained. 5. Price or value of the item. 6. Location, physical location (where is it currently located)
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APPENDIX D--EXAMPLE: PROPERTY BOOK LISTING (NUCC Form 15.3)
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APPENDIX E-TRAINING AMMUNITION CONTROL DOCUMENT (DA Form 5515) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 260 .
APPENDIX E--EXAMPLE: TRAINING AMMUNITION CONTROL DOCUMENT (DA Form 5515) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 261 .
APPENDIX F—REQUISITION / REQUEST SERVICE FORM (NUCC Form 15.2) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 262 .
Service being requested and purpose. TO: S4 Supply Officer. clothing. parts. An individual. etc. transportation. Uniform Officer. 10. General: This form may be used to obtain forms.2 1. Organization / Unit Supply. Assistant Commandant. 8. maintenance. facility reservation and use. etc. Quantity being requested. All supply class items may be requested with this form. equipment. food service. Unit making request or individual. 7. facility. 9. ammunition. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 263 . 4. Signature and rank of the individual making the request. Item / Stock Number or Id number 5. representative or individual making request. 2. support. unit or company supply sergeant may use this form to request issue items. Date of request 3. services and transportation.APPENDIX F--REQUISITION / REQUEST FORM INSTRUCTIONS NUCC Form 15. Description of item 6. Date (and time. schedule if necessary) required for item or service.
2 NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 264 .APPENDIX F--EXAMPLE: REQUISITION REQUEST FORM CC Form 15.
________________________________ Signature (Individual Receiving Item) 8. To 3. ISSUED BY: _________________________________________ 10.APPENDIX G--NUCC HAND RECIEPT (NUCC Form 15. Quantity 6. Item Description 5.1) 1. Stock Number 4. 7. Any loss or damage to the item(s) listed on this hand receipt will be paid by reimbursement to the Commandant of Cadets. Print Name and Organization: ___________________________________________ 9. In Date / Out / / / / / / / / / I hereby acknowledge of the above item(s) of Norwich University property in the amounts shown. From 2. I further accept responsibility for loss or damage to the item(s) above. AUTHORIZED BY:___________________________________ NUCC Form 15.1 (Aug 2004) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 265 .
Printed name and organization of individual in block 7. The Hand Receipt may be initiated by the responsible unit or organization supply sergeant /commander or individual authorized to receive the nonexpendable item(s). toilet paper. 3.issue date. 8. One may submit a Hand Receipt or will be expected to sign a Hand Receipt to draw / receive the nonexpendable item(s). day. flags. Property Officer. 5. Date: Out . Supply Officer. 7. 2. General: The Hand Receipt is to account for issued items to individuals. flashlight batteries. Description of the item. etc. i.APPENDIX G .e. Individual issuing item. These issue items would be nonexpendable items such as. swords. Signature of individual receiving item issue. When the nonexpendable item is returned. Name. sabers.1) 1. units and organization.NUCC HAND RECEIPT INSTRUCTIONS (NUCC FORM 15. Company Supply Sergeant. the Hand Receipt will be noted (a line drawn through the item) and date "In" annotated. How many items issued. The Hand Receipt will be maintained in a record book by the issuing officer. 6. Expendable items. Authorizing individual. "walkie talkies". day. NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 266 . and year / in – returned date. year. Unit / Organization issuing item. etc. Stock number or ID number 4. When all items are returned the Hand Receipt or a duplicate may be provided to the individual. month. Unit receiving issue item. 9. 10. do not require a Hand Receipt unless in bulk quantity. on the other hand. Name. such as pencils. etc. Anyone may use the Hand Receipt to maintain accountability. shovels. month. guidons.
1) NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 267 .APPENDIX G—EXAMPLE: NUCC HAND RECEIPT (NUCC Form 15.
APPENDIX H—ROOM INVENTORY AND CHECK-IN / OUT SHEET NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 268 .
APPENDIX I — DEPARTURE INSPECTION CHECKLIST CC Form 13 NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 269 .
APPENDIX J—TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF NORWICH CAMPUS and NORTHFIELD NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 270 .
APPENDIX J—TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP MARGINAL INFORMATION NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 271 .
APPENDIX K—NORWICH CAMPUS MAP NUCC Standing Operating Procedures (NUCC SOP) – AUG 2005 272 .
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