U.S.

Military Cadet Corps Personal Qualification Standards (PQS)
Name: Unit: Date Enrolled: Brigade:

PQS#

TASK

USMCC

USNCC

USACC

Cadet E-3 or above

Date

Personnel Officer

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ENROLLMENT Submit all necessary enrollment forms. Issued basic uniforms. Placement of insignia and nametapes explained. Know the proper placement of ACA patches, rank/rating insignia. ID Card issued to Cadet. Proper use of the ID card has been explained. Oath of Enrollment administered by CO.

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Personnel Officer Signature Date

ENROLLED IN THE U.S. MILITARY CADET CORPS

E-1 to E-2 (Temporary)
PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes

COURSES

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Complete Basic Military Requirements NRCC with a passing score.

X X

TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) Four months enrollment with 85% attendance at all drills and special activities. TIME IN GRADE (TIG) Four months as an E-1. MINIMUM AGE At least 12 years old. MILITARY SKILLS Demonstrate the following movements: Fall in / Fall out At Ease Forward March Right Oblique Double Time Half Step To the Rear Left Flank Parade Rest Open Ranks Uncover / Cover Column Left Demonstrate a proper salute. Explain when and when not to salute. Know the differences in saluting customs between the Navy/Marine Corps and the Army. Describe the procedures followed during morning and evening colors.

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Attention At Rest Halt Left Oblique Side Step Back Step Eyes Right Right Flank

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Dress Right Dress Close Ranks Change Step Column Right

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Explain “By your leave, Sir.” Explain the composition and proper wear of the Combat Utility Uniform. Explain the composition and proper wear of the following uniforms:
Service Dress Blue Summer White Winter Working Blue Coveralls Service Dress White Winter Blue Dungaree / Utility

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X X X

Explain the composition and proper wear of the following uniforms:
Service “A” Service “C” Utility “D” Service “B” Service “D”

X

Explain the composition and proper wear of the Battle Dress Uniform. Explain the composition and proper wear of the following uniforms:
Ugly Green Long Sleeved Ugly Green Short Sleeved ugly green

X X

Explain the meaning of “Aye, Aye, Sir.” Recite the eleven general orders of a sentry. Recite the three general orders of the Interior Guard. Demonstrate the ability to properly put on a pair of leggings.

X X

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Demonstrate the ability to roll your utility sleeves. Know how to strike ship’s time on your unit’s quarterdeck bell. Roll and tie your neckerchief. Date Signature X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Fire and Security Sentry: Stand six two-hour watches as a Fire and Security Sentry.Demonstrate ability to board (enter) and leave a building or ship through the quarterdeck. Demonstrate the ability to block your utility cover. Quarterdeck Watches: Stand six two-hour watches as Messenger of the Watch. Date Signature X . Demonstrate an understanding of the 24-hour clock. Demonstrate the ability to report to a noncommissioned officer / petty officer while indoors and outdoors. Demonstrate the ability to report to an officer while indoors and outdoors.

Name and identify enlisted ranks for the U. GM. YN. Navy and Coast Guard from O-1 through O-10. JO. Pass a visual test on enlisted rating insignia for BM. Marine Corps from E-1 through E-9.S.Charge of Quarters: Stand six two-hour watches as CQ.S. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. Army O-1 through O-10. HM. Date Signature X Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. Navy and Coast Guard from E-l through E-9. Pass a visual test on rank and rating insignia for both officer and enlisted SERVICE UNIQUE SKILLS Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Bowline Clove Hitch Square Knot Round Turn and Two Half X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . PH.S. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. SK. DC.S.S. Army from E-l through E-9.

rest by floating. Demonstrate the ability to send a Mayday. Demonstrate the ability to use a heaving line. machinery and lifting heavy objects. Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with a minimal score for your age. breaststroke or crawl. Demonstrate the proper use of a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) such as a life jacket or life ring. Event Run: Sit-ups: Sit/Reach: Shuttle Run: Push-ups: Score X X X X X X X X X X X X X . After completing the swim.Hitches Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Sheepshank Cleat Hitch Sheet Bend X Know the safety rules that apply to the use of power tools. PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FIRST AID Swim 75 yards using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke.. or Security call on the VHF radio. Pan Pan.

Know the birthday of the United States Army. Sing the words to Anchors Aweigh. Know the birthday of the United States Navy and Marine Corps.Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with the following additional event: Event Pull-ups: Score X X Explain the four life-saving steps. SERVICE HERITAGE Know the birthday and history of the American Cadet Alliance. LEADERSHIP SKILLS Discuss with your First Sergeant / Leading Petty Officer what you expect from a leader. Know how to respond when you hear to song played. Know the birthday of the United States Coast Guard. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . AMERICANISM Memorize the Pledge of Allegiance. Memorize the words of the first two stanzas of the National Anthem.

Know how to respond when you hear to song played. TESTING Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 65 or above. log 16 hours of community service as a representative of ACA.Sing the words to Marine Corps Hymn. Explain the mission of the Coast Guard and its relationship to the Department of Defense. ELECTIVE POINTS Earn a total of 10 ACA Elective Points.S. ANNUAL TRAINING X X X . Know and explain the Core Values of the U. or. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Commanding Officer Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-2(T) E-1 to E-2 or E-2(T) to E-2 D PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes PQS Complete all PQS items for your Brigade as outlined above. Navy and Marine Corps COMMUNITY SERVICE Log at least 16 hours of work on unit equipment or facilities. Know how to respond when you hear to song played. Sing the words to The Army Goes Rolling Along.

Complete at least seven consecutive days of Recruit Training. TIME IN GRADE (TIG) Five months as an E-2. X X X Commanding Officer Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-2 E-2 to E-3 PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes COURSES X Complete Seaman / Fireman / Airman or Constructionman NRCC with a passing score. MINIMUM AGE At least 12 and a half years old. MILITARY SKILLS Teach the following movements to a new recruit: Fall in / Fall out At Ease Forward March Right Oblique Double Time Half Step X X X X X X X X X X X Attention At Rest Halt Left Oblique Side Step Back Step X X X . TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) Nine months enrollment with 75% attendance at all drills and special activities.

Explain variation and deviation. take muster and present reports to the First Sergeant / Leading Petty Officer three times. Explain when and when not to salute. Know the differences in saluting customs between the Navy/Marine Corps and the Army. Explain the degree system of compass direction. and show how corrections are applied to correcting and uncorrecting compass headings Form a USMCC or USACC platoon or USNCC Division.To the Rear Left Flank Parade Rest Open Ranks Uncover / Cover Column Left Demonstrate the ability to perform the following Manual of Arms using a drill rifle: Right Shoulder Arms Port Arms Present Arms Attention Teach a new recruit the proper salute. Date Signature Eyes Right Right Flank Dress Right Dress Close Ranks Change Step Column Right X X X Left Shoulder Arms Order Arms Parade Rest Inspection Arms X X X X X X X X X X X X .

Possess the following uniforms. Quarterdeck Watches: Stand six two-hour watches as Messenger of the Watch. properly marked and tailored: Service Dress Blue Summer White Winter Working Blue Service Dress White Winter Blue Dungaree / Utility X Possess the following uniforms. properly marked and tailored: Service “A” Service “C” Utility “D” Service “B” Service “D” X Possess the following uniforms. wind direction. properly marked and tailored: Ugly Green Long Sleeved Ugly Green Short Sleeved ugly green X Name relative bearings in both degrees and points. Be able to report objects in view. Date Signature X X X .

YN.S. JO. Marine Corps from E-1 through E-9. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. SK.S. PH. Name and identify enlisted ranks for the U. Navy and Coast Guard from O-1 through O-10. Army from E-l through E-9. Army O-1 through O-10. GM. DC. Pass a visual test on rank and rating insignia for both officer and enlisted X X X X X X X X X X X X . Date Signature X Name and identify enlisted rates for the U.S. Date Signature X Charge of Quarters: Stand six two-hour watches as CQ.S.Fire and Security Sentry: Stand six two-hour watches as a Fire and Security Sentry. Navy and Coast Guard from E-l through E-9. HM. Pass a visual test on enlisted rating insignia for BM.S. Name and identify officer ranks of the U.

the advantages and disadvantages of each. punt. and the characteristics of laid and braided rope. Know the various materials used for rope. strand and hawser. Recreational boats: canoe. Coast Guard High Endurance cutter. destroyer. kayak. dinghy. catamaran. bits and rings. motor cruiser. motor lifeboat. thread. Know the identifying features and advantages of the following ships and boats. submarine. Demonstrate the ability to secure a line to pilings. Understand the meaning of lay. frigate. run-about and skiff. X X X X X . cruiser. aircraft carrier.SERVICE UNIQUE SKILLS Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Figure Eight Half Hitch Rolling hitch Overhand knot X X X Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Stevedore’s knot French bowline Bowline on a bight X Complete your state’s Boating Safety course to acquire a boating license.

Name the three principal methods of visual signaling and explain the advantage and limitations of each. Demonstrate an understanding of helm orders. Explain the duties of an underway lookout. Name the three principal types of radiotelephone equipment in marine use. List safety equipment required by the USCG. Know the proper response to man overboard. Demonstrate the ability to convert from one zone to another.Demonstrate the ability to flake and flemish a line. abandon ship and fire drills. Demonstrate the ability to effectively use a marine radiotelephone. Understand the meaning of Greenwich Mean Time and time zones. Demonstrate how to cut and heat seal a synthetic line. Demonstrate the ability to properly gong aboard or ashore the following: National Chairman National Commandant Brigade Commander State Director Battalion Commander Unit Commanding Officer X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .

X X X X X X .Demonstrate the ability to properly fill out your unit’s deck log. Attend a leadership training class. PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FIRST AID Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test. Event Run: Sit-ups: Sit/Reach: Shuttle Run: Push-ups: Score X X X X X Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with the following additional event: Event Pull-ups: Score X X Lead Physical Fitness Training for at least ten Cadets on six occasions: Date Signature X X X LEADERSHIP SKILLS Memorize and explain (in your own words) the 14 leadership traits. improving your previous score by 10%.

AMERICANISM Know the names of your Governor. Army. Navy and Marine Corps. Explain the mission of the Coast Guard and its relationship to the Department of Defense.Lead a Squad in close-order drill.S. Know the birthday of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Senators and U. COMMUNITY SERVICE X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . Representatives. Sing the words to Marine Corps Hymn. Know how to respond when you hear to song played. U. Know how to respond when you hear to song played. Sing the words to The Army Goes Rolling Along. SERVICE HERITAGE Know the birthday and history of the American Cadet Alliance. Know the birthday of the United States Army. Sing the words to Anchors Aweigh. Know how to respond when you hear to song played.S. Know the birthday of the United States Coast Guard. Know and explain the Core Values of the U. Know and explain the Core Values of the U.S.S.

ANNUAL TRAINING Complete at least five days of on-the-job training at a military installation. SK. GM. TESTING Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 75 or above. etc.Log at least 16 hours of work on unit equipment or facilities. ELECTIVE POINTS Earn a total of 25 ACA Elective Points. for a total of 35. X . MM. X X X Commanding Officer Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-3 E-3 to E-4 PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes COURSES X Complete a PO3 rating NRCC (BM. log 16 hours of community service as a representative of ACA.) with a passing score. JO. or. X X X X X X X X X X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at additional ten elective points.

MINIMUM AGE Age 12 and a half . TIME IN GRADE (TIG) Six months as an E-3. REQUIRED AWARDS Recruiting Ribbon (not required ITC Cadets) MILITARY SKILLS Lead a platoon in the following drill movements: Fall in / Fall out At Ease Forward March Right Oblique Double Time Half Step To the Rear Left Flank Parade Rest Open Ranks Uncover / Cover Column Left X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Attention At Rest Halt Left Oblique Side Step Back Step Eyes Right Right Flank X Dress Right Dress Close Ranks Change Step Column Right .X TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) Fifteen months enrollment with 75% attendance at all drills and special activities.

Demonstrate the ability to command a Color Guard. take muster and present reports to the First Sergeant / Leading Petty Officer six times. properly marked and tailored: Service “A” Service “C” Utility “D” Service “B” Service “D” X X . Date Signature X X X X X X X X X X X X Possess the following uniforms. to include the following commands: Carry Present Colors Colors Order Left Turn / Colors Right Turn Reverse Colors Form a USMCC or USACC platoon or USNCC Division. properly marked and tailored: Service Dress Blue Summer White Winter Working Blue Service Dress White Winter Blue Dungaree / Utility X Possess the following uniforms.

Possess the following uniforms. Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. properly marked and tailored: Ugly Green Long Sleeved Ugly Green Short Sleeved ugly green Name relative bearings in both degrees and points.S. Date Signature X X X Interior Guard: Stand six two-hour watches as Corporal of the Guard.S. Navy and Coast Guard from E-l through E-9. Date Signature X X Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. X X X X . Quarterdeck Watches: Stand six two-hour watches as Petty Officer of the Watch. Marine Corps from E-1 through E-9. Be able to report objects in view. wind direction.

YN.S. Army from E-l through E-9. Navy and Coast Guard from O-1 through O-10. leaving dock. SK. Pass a visual test on rank and rating insignia for both officer and enlisted SERVICE UNIQUE SKILLS Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Figure Eight Half Hitch Rolling hitch Overhand knot X X X X X X X X X X X Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Stevedore’s knot French bowline Bowline on a bight X Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. JO. DC. maneuvering. GM. Pass a visual test on enlisted rating insignia for BM. HM. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. and securing (including flushing.Name and identify enlisted ranks for the U. coming alongside. starting. X . fueling. if in salt water). Name and identify officer ranks of the U. Army O-1 through O-10. PH.S.S.

Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. fueling. maneuvering. and securing (including flushing. starting. leaving dock.Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. and securing (including flushing. fueling. coming alongside. leaving dock. coming alongside. if in salt water). Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. X X X X X X X X . Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. starting. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. if in salt water). Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. maneuvering.

improving your previous score by 10%. Quarter and Station Bill.Explain the purpose of the Watch. Explain the history of the Boatswain’s Call. Event Run: Sit-ups: Sit/Reach: Shuttle Run: Push-ups: Score X X X X X X X X Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with the following additional event: Event Pull-ups: Score X X X X X . Whip the end of a line. Make an eye splice. Pipe the following: Attention Attention All Hands Over the Side PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FIRST AID Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test.

Army Core Values. Navy and Marine Corps Core Values.S. Senators and U. Conduct a fire drill for your unit’s spaces. Supervise opening and closing formation/muster during your unit’s drill.S. Representatives.S. Prepare a 30-45 minute lesson on U. U. AMERICANISM Know the names of your Governor.Lead Physical Fitness Training for at least ten Cadets on six occasions: Date Signature LEADERSHIP SKILLS Prepare a 30-45 minute lesson on U. Know the birthday of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Write a fire bill and detailed procedures for the drill. SERVICE HERITAGE Know the birthday and history of the American Cadet Alliance. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . Lead a Squad in close-order drill.S. Present it to at least six Cadets using the Techniques of Instruction. Present it to at least six Cadets using the Techniques of Instruction.

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or . Explain the mission of the Coast Guard and its relationship to the Department of Defense. log 16 hours of community service as a representative of ACA.S. TESTING Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 80 or above. Teach the words to Anchors Aweigh to a new recruit. or. Teach words to Marine Corps Hymn to a new recruit. Know and explain the Core Values of the U.Know the birthday of the United States Coast Guard. Know the birthday of the United States Army.. ELECTIVE POINTS Earn a total of 35 ACA Elective Points. Sing the words to The Army Goes Rolling Along to a new recruit. ANNUAL TRAINING Complete an NHQ Approved Annual Training (AT) program. Navy and Marine Corps COMMUNITY SERVICE Log at least 16 hours of work on unit equipment or facilities.

TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) Eighteen months enrollment with 75% attendance at all drills and special activities. for a total of 45. X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at additional ten elective points. JO. SK. X X X Commanding Officer Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-4 E-4 to E-5 PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes COURSES X Complete a PO3 rating NRCC (BM. TIME IN GRADE (TIG) Six months as an E-4. MINIMUM AGE Age 13. REQUIRED AWARDS X X X X X X X X X X X . MM.) with a passing score. GM.Complete at least five days of on-the-job training at a military installation. etc.

take muster and present reports to the First Sergeant / Leading Petty Officer six times. X X X X X X X X X X X X .DEA Drug Demand Reduction Ribbon ACA Color Guard / Honor Guard MILITARY SKILLS Lead a Company in the following drill movements: Fall in / Fall out At Ease Forward March Right Oblique Double Time Half Step To the Rear Left Flank Parade Rest Open Ranks Uncover / Cover Column Left X X X X X X Attention At Rest Halt Left Oblique Side Step Back Step Eyes Right Right Flank X X X Dress Right Dress Close Ranks Change Step Column Right Teach the following Color Guard commands: Carry Present Colors Colors Order Left Turn / Colors Right Turn Reverse Colors Form a USMCC or USACC platoon or USNCC Division.

Date Signature Possess the following uniforms. properly marked and tailored: Service “A” Service “C” Utility “D” Service “B” Service “D” X Possess the following uniforms. properly marked and tailored: Ugly Green Long Sleeved Ugly Green Short Sleeved ugly green X Name relative bearings in both degrees and points. Be able to report objects in view. Quarterdeck Watches: Stand six two-hour watches as Petty Officer of the Watch. Date Signature X X X . wind direction. properly marked and tailored: Service Dress Blue Summer White Winter Working Blue Service Dress White Winter Blue Dungaree / Utility X Possess the following uniforms.

HM. DC.S. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. GM.S. Name and identify officer ranks of the U.S. Pass a visual test on enlisted rating insignia for BM. YN. JO.Interior Guard: Stand six two-hour watches as Corporal of the Guard. Navy and Coast Guard from E-l through E-9. Date Signature X X Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. Name and identify enlisted ranks for the U. Marine Corps from E-1 through E-9. SK. Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. Navy and Coast Guard from O-1 through O-10. PH.S. Army from E-l through E-9.S. Pass a visual test on rank and rating insignia for both officer and enlisted SERVICE UNIQUE SKILLS X X X X X X X X X X X X . Army O-1 through O-10.

Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. coming alongside. and securing (including flushing. maneuvering. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. coming alongside. if in salt X X X X X . and securing (including flushing. maneuvering. fueling. starting. if in salt water). fueling. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. starting. Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. leaving dock. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle.Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Figure Eight Half Hitch Rolling hitch Overhand knot X X X Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Stevedore’s knot French bowline Bowline on a bight X Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. leaving dock.

if in salt water). Make an eye splice. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats.water). starting. Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. coming alongside. fueling. Explain the history of the Boatswain’s Call. and securing (including flushing. Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. Pipe the following: Attention Attention All Hands Over the Side PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FIRST AID X X X X X X X X X X X . Explain the purpose of the Watch. Whip the end of a line. maneuvering. leaving dock. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. Quarter and Station Bill.

Prepare a 30-45 minute lesson on the 14 Character Traits of a leader.Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test. develop a suggested one year training plan for your unit. Event Run: Sit-ups: Sit/Reach: Shuttle Run: Push-ups: Score X Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with the following additional event: Event Pull-ups: Score X X Lead Physical Fitness Training for at least ten Cadets on six occasions: X X X LEADERSHIP SKILLS Working with other NCO’s/Petty Officers. Submit to your Commanding Officer for possible implementation. Present it to at least six Cadets using X X X X X X . improving your previous score by 10%.

Senators and U. AMERICANISM Know the names of your Governor.the Techniques of Instruction. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .. and explain the purpose of. Know the birthday of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Explain the mission of the Coast Guard and its relationship to the Department of Defense. Representatives.S. Be familiar with. Teach words to Marine Corps Hymn to a new recruit. Sing the words to The Army Goes Rolling Along to a new recruit. U. Know the birthday of the United States Coast Guard. Know the birthday of the United States Army. SERVICE HERITAGE Know the birthday and history of the American Cadet Alliance. Conduct a seabag/duffel bag inspection for junior Cadets ensuring all uniforms are properly marked and in serviceable condition.S. each of the ACA directives. Write a Watch Bill/Duty Roster for your unit’s watchstanders. Teach the words to Anchors Aweigh to a new recruit. covering the next two months.

ELECTIVE POINTS Earn a total of 35 ACA Elective Points. log 16 hours of community service as a representative of ACA. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at least five days of on-the-job training at a military installation. for a total of 45. X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at additional ten elective points.S. ANNUAL TRAINING Complete an NHQ Approved NC /-Training (AT) program. or. Navy and Marine Corps COMMUNITY SERVICE Log at least 16 hours of work on unit equipment or facilities.Know and explain the Core Values of the U. X X X Commanding Officer Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-5 . TESTING Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 75 or above.

TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) Eighteen months enrollment with 75% attendance at all drills and special activities. REQUIRED AWARDS DEA Drug Demand Reduction Ribbon ACA Color Guard / Honor Guard MILITARY SKILLS Lead a Company in the following drill movements: Fall in / Fall out At Ease Forward March Right Oblique Double Time Half Step To the Rear X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Attention At Rest Halt Left Oblique Side Step Back Step Eyes Right X X X X X . etc. MINIMUM AGE Age 13. MM.E-5 to E-6 PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes COURSES X Complete a PO1 rating NRCC (BM. JO.) with a passing score. GM. TIME IN GRADE (TIG) Six months as an E-4. SK.

take muster and present reports to the First Sergeant / Leading Petty Officer six times. properly marked and tailored: Service Dress Blue Summer White Winter Working Blue Service Dress White Winter Blue Dungaree / Utility X X . Date Signature X X X X X X X X X X X X Possess the following uniforms.Left Flank Parade Rest Open Ranks Uncover / Cover Column Left Right Flank Dress Right Dress Close Ranks Change Step Column Right Teach the following Color Guard commands: Carry Present Colors Colors Order Left Turn / Colors Right Turn Reverse Colors Form a USMCC or USACC platoon or USNCC Division.

including the proper way to fold it. wind direction. Be able to report objects in view. properly marked and tailored: Ugly Green Long Sleeved Ugly Green Short Sleeved ugly green X Name relative bearings in both degrees and points. Date Signature X X X X X X Interior Guard: Stand six two-hour watches as Corporal of the Guard. Date Signature X X . to a group of not less than six Cadets or other students Quarterdeck Watches: Stand six two-hour watches as Petty Officer of the Watch.Possess the following uniforms. Teach a class on proper handling of the American Flag. properly marked and tailored: Service “A” Service “C” Utility “D” Service “B” Service “D” Possess the following uniforms.

Name and identify officer ranks of the U. YN. GM. Navy and Coast Guard from O-1 through O-10. Pass a visual test on enlisted rating insignia for BM. SK.S.S. PH. Army O-1 through O-10. Army from E-l through E-9. Navy and Coast Guard from E-l through E-9. HM. Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. JO. DC.S. Name and identify enlisted ranks for the U. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. Pass a visual test on rank and rating insignia for both officer and enlisted SERVICE UNIQUE SKILLS Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Figure Eight Half Hitch Rolling hitch Overhand knot X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Stevedore’s knot French bowline Bowline on a bight X .Name and identify enlisted rates for the U.S. Marine Corps from E-1 through E-9.S.

coming alongside. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. maneuvering. starting. fueling. fueling. leaving dock. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. and securing (including flushing. leaving dock. maneuvering. Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. if in salt water).Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. if in salt water). Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. X X X X X X X X . Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. starting. Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. coming alongside. and securing (including flushing. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat.

Event Run: Sit-ups: Sit/Reach: Shuttle Run: Push-ups: Score X X X X X X X X X X . maneuvering. leaving dock. coming alongside. starting. Make an eye splice. Explain the history of the Boatswain’s Call. Quarter and Station Bill. Whip the end of a line. Pipe the following: Attention Attention All Hands Over the Side PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FIRST AID Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test. Explain the purpose of the Watch.Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. fueling. if in salt water). and securing (including flushing. improving your previous score by 10%.

covering the next two months. Conduct a seabag/duffel bag inspection for junior Cadets ensuring all uniforms are properly marked and in serviceable condition. Write a Watch Bill/Duty Roster for your unit’s watchstanders. develop a suggested one year training plan for your unit. Be familiar with. each of the ACA directives.Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with the following additional event: Event Pull-ups: Score X Lead Physical Fitness Training for at least ten Cadets on six occasions: Date Signature X X X LEADERSHIP SKILLS Working with other NCO’s/Petty Officers. Prepare a 30-45 minute lesson on the 14 Character Traits of a leader. and explain the purpose of. Present it to at least six Cadets using the Techniques of Instruction. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . Submit to your Commanding Officer for possible implementation.

Teach words to Marine Corps Hymn to a new recruit. Navy and Marine Corps COMMUNITY SERVICE Log at least 16 hours of work on unit equipment or facilities. Know and explain the Core Values of the U. Know the birthday of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. log 16 hours of community service as a representative of ACA.S. U. TESTING X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . ELECTIVE POINTS Earn a total of 35 ACA Elective Points. Know the birthday of the United States Coast Guard. Explain the mission of the Coast Guard and its relationship to the Department of Defense. Know the birthday of the United States Army. Teach the words to Anchors Aweigh to a new recruit.. Representatives. SERVICE HERITAGE Know the birthday and history of the American Cadet Alliance. Senators and U.S.AMERICANISM Know the names of your Governor. Sing the words to The Army Goes Rolling Along to a new recruit. or.S.

X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at additional ten elective points. for a total of 45. X X X X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at least five days of on-the-job training at a military installation. SK. X X X Commanding Officer Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-6 E-6 to E-7 PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes COURSES X Complete a PO3 rating NRCC (BM. etc. TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) X X . ANNUAL TRAINING Complete an NHQ Approved Annual Training (AT) program.Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 75 or above.) with a passing score. JO. GM. MM.

MINIMUM AGE Age 13. REQUIRED AWARDS DEA Drug Demand Reduction Ribbon ACA Color Guard / Honor Guard MILITARY SKILLS Lead a Company in the following drill movements: Fall in / Fall out At Ease Forward March Right Oblique Double Time Half Step To the Rear Left Flank Parade Rest Open Ranks Uncover / Cover Column Left X X X X X X X X X X X X X Attention At Rest Halt Left Oblique Side Step Back Step Eyes Right Right Flank X X X X X Dress Right Dress Close Ranks Change Step Column Right X X X . TIME IN GRADE (TIG) Six months as an E-4.Eighteen months enrollment with 75% attendance at all drills and special activities.

Teach the following Color Guard commands: Carry Present Colors Colors Order Left Turn / Colors Right Turn Reverse Colors Form a USMCC or USACC platoon or USNCC Division. take muster and present reports to the First Sergeant / Leading Petty Officer six times. properly marked and tailored: Ugly Green Long Sleeved Ugly Green Short Sleeved ugly green X . properly marked and tailored: Service “A” Service “C” Utility “D” Service “B” Service “D” X Possess the following uniforms. Date Signature X X X X X X X X X Possess the following uniforms. properly marked and tailored: Service Dress Blue Summer White Winter Working Blue Service Dress White Winter Blue Dungaree / Utility X Possess the following uniforms.

Provide training to those Cadets who receive discrepancies during the inspection. X X X X X X .S. Date Signature X X Name and identify enlisted rates for the U.S. HM. Date Signature X X X Interior Guard: Stand six two-hour watches as Corporal of the Guard. Quarterdeck Watches: Stand six two-hour watches as Petty Officer of the Watch. or another unit. Army from E-l through E-9. Navy and Coast Guard from E-l through E-9. Pass a visual test on enlisted rating insignia for BM.Conduct a formal inspection of your unit.S. Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. on three occasions. Marine Corps from E-1 through E-9. Name and identify enlisted ranks for the U.

S. PH. Pass a visual test on rank and rating insignia for both officer and enlisted SERVICE UNIQUE SKILLS Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Figure Eight Half Hitch Rolling hitch Overhand knot X X X X X X X X X Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Stevedore’s knot French bowline Bowline on a bight X Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. coming alongside. and securing (including flushing. starting. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. DC.S. leaving dock. Navy and Coast Guard from O-1 through O-10. YN. SK. Army O-1 through O-10. fueling. if in salt water). maneuvering. X X . Name and identify officer ranks of the U.JO. GM. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. Name and identify officer ranks of the U.

Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. starting. fueling. starting. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. leaving dock. if in salt water). Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. maneuvering. and securing (including flushing. coming alongside. maneuvering. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. fueling. Whip the end of a line. leaving dock. if in salt water). coming alongside. Explain the purpose of the Watch. Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor.Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. Quarter and Station Bill. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. X X X X X X X X X . and securing (including flushing.

Event Run: Sit-ups: Sit/Reach: Shuttle Run: Push-ups: Score X X X X X X Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with the following additional event: Event Pull-ups: Score X X Lead Physical Fitness Training for at least ten Cadets on six occasions: Date Signature X X X .Make an eye splice. Explain the history of the Boatswain’s Call. Pipe the following: Attention Attention All Hands Over the Side PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FIRST AID Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test. improving your previous score by 10%.

watchstanding.) from the Basic Military Requirements Course. ELECTIVE POINTS Earn a total of 35 ACA Elective Points. etc. TESTING Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 75 or above. SERVICE HERITAGE X X X X X X X X X X X X COMMUNITY SERVICE Log at least 16 hours of work on unit equipment or facilities.LEADERSHIP SKILLS Teach classes on basic military topics (uniform wear and care. log 16 hours of community service as a representative of ACA. Senators and U. Know the NSCC units within 100 miles of your unit. Representatives. U. Discuss academic and career options with military and civilian representatives. Discuss your short. ANNUAL TRAINING X X X X X X X X X .S. Know the names of your Governor.S. or.and longterm career goals with your Training Officer.

Complete an NHQ Approved Annual Training (AT) program. JO. X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at additional ten elective points. etc. TIME IN SERVICE (TIS) Eighteen months enrollment with 75% attendance at all drills and special activities. SK. X X X State Director’s Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-7 E-7 to E-8 PQS# TASK USMCC USNCC USACC Cadet E-3 or above Date Personnel Officer Date Notes COURSES X Complete a PO3 rating NRCC (BM. for a total of 45. X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at least five days of on-the-job training at a military installation. MM. GM. TIME IN GRADE (TIG) X X X X X .) with a passing score.

MINIMUM AGE Age 13.Six months as an E-4. REQUIRED AWARDS DEA Drug Demand Reduction Ribbon ACA Color Guard / Honor Guard MILITARY SKILLS Lead a Company in the following drill movements: Fall in / Fall out At Ease Forward March Right Oblique Double Time Half Step To the Rear Left Flank Parade Rest Open Ranks Uncover / Cover Column Left X X X X X X X X X X Attention At Rest Halt Left Oblique Side Step Back Step Eyes Right Right Flank X X X X X Dress Right Dress Close Ranks Change Step Column Right Teach the following Color Guard commands: Carry Present Colors Colors Order Left Turn / Colors Right Turn Reverse Colors X X X X X X .

take muster and present reports to the First Sergeant / Leading Petty Officer six times. Quarterdeck Watches: Stand six two-hour watches as Petty Officer of the Watch. X X X . Date Signature X X X X X X Possess the following uniforms. properly marked and tailored: Service Dress Blue Summer White Winter Working Blue Service Dress White Winter Blue Dungaree / Utility X Possess the following uniforms. properly marked and tailored: Service “A” Service “C” Utility “D” Service “B” Service “D” X Possess the following uniforms.Form a USMCC or USACC platoon or USNCC Division. Be able to report objects in view. wind direction. properly marked and tailored: Ugly Green Long Sleeved Ugly Green Short Sleeved ugly green X Name relative bearings in both degrees and points.

Navy and Coast Guard from E-l through E-9. Marine Corps from E-1 through E-9. Navy and Coast Guard from O-1 through O-10.S.S. YN. JO. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. Name and identify enlisted ranks for the U. PH. Pass a visual test on rank and rating insignia for both officer and enlisted X X X X X X X X X X X X . Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. Army from E-l through E-9. GM.S.Date Signature Interior Guard: Stand six two-hour watches as Corporal of the Guard. Date Signature X X Name and identify enlisted rates for the U. SK.S. Name and identify officer ranks of the U. Army O-1 through O-10. Pass a visual test on enlisted rating insignia for BM. HM. DC.S.

Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. and securing (including flushing. if in salt water). coming X X X X X . starting. maneuvering.SERVICE UNIQUE SKILLS Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Figure Eight Half Hitch Rolling hitch Overhand knot X X X Tie and explain the use of the following knots: Stevedore’s knot French bowline Bowline on a bight X Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. coming alongside. starting. Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. fueling. leaving dock. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. leaving dock. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. fueling. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. maneuvering.

and securing (including flushing. Pipe the following: Attention Attention All Hands Over the Side PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FIRST AID X X X X X X X X . Make an eye splice. Show how to compute the safe loading capacity for a small boat. Understand the execute docking commands used in handling lines aboard ship. Explain the history of the Boatswain’s Call. Learn and demonstrate your ability to properly operate a boat to include proper mounting of the motor. fueling. if in salt water). coming alongside. leaving dock. if in salt water). Describe the parts of a block and how blocks are sized. starting. Explain the purpose of the Watch. Locate the capacity plate required aboard newer small boats. Quarter and Station Bill. Whip the end of a line. Demonstrate the safe use of a block and tackle. and securing (including flushing.alongside. maneuvering.

Senators and U.S. SERVICE HERITAGE X X X X X X . Event Run: Sit-ups: Sit/Reach: Shuttle Run: Push-ups: Score X X X X Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test with the following additional event: Event Pull-ups: Score X X Lead Physical Fitness Training for at least ten Cadets on six occasions: X X X LEADERSHIP SKILLS Chair a meeting of the Cadet staff using an agenda.S. Representatives. improving your previous score by 10%. U. AMERICANISM Know the names of your Governor.Pass the President’s Challenge Physical Fitness Test.

COMMUNITY SERVICE Log at least 16 hours of work on unit equipment or facilities; or, log 16 hours of community service as a representative of ACA. ELECTIVE POINTS Earn a total of 35 ACA Elective Points. TESTING Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 75 or above. ANNUAL TRAINING Complete an NHQ Approved Annual Training (AT) program.

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ANNUAL TRAINING Complete an NHQ Approved Annual Training (AT) program.TESTING Pass Service-unique Essential Subjects Test with a score of 75 or above. X X X National Commandant’s Signature Date PROMOTED TO THE GRADE OF E-9 141 142 143 144 Graduate from Petty Officer Leadership Academy (POLA). X X X X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at least five days of on-the-job training at a military installation. 6 months as a Petty Officer First Class. TIME IN SERVICE / TIME IN RATE 33 months enrollment with 75% attendance. for a total of 45. earning the NSCC Physical Fitness Ribbon. . PHYSICAL FITNESS Pass the Physical Fitness Test. X X X Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Location: _________________ Days: ______ Or Complete at additional ten elective points.

SERVICE. 2.Run: ________ Sit-ups: ________ Sit/ Reach: ________ Shuttle Run: ________ Push-ups: ________ 145 146 147 MILITARY SKILLS Know the names and billets of other Cadet PO1s and CPOs within 100 miles of your unit. USN or USCG CPO. 1. Explain their duties and how they fit into the Navy and Coast Guard. LEADERSHIP SKILLS Chair an Officers= Call for your unit=s wardroom. Provide feedback and ideas on how to improve the Corps. Know the history of the Chief Petty Officer. 3. Quarterdeck Watches: Stand three day-long day watches as Command Duty Officer/Squadron Duty Officer (CDO/SDO). PRIDE. 148 149 150 . PATRIOTISM Meet with your School District Superintendent to explain the Naval Sea Cadet Corps to him/her. Meet your Regional Director (in person or by phone) and discuss the future of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps in your region.

Present it to at least six Cadets using the Techniques of Instruction. or. PROMOTED TO THE RATE OF CHIEF DivOff Signature PETTY OFFICER Date ELECTIVES PQS# 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 012 TASK Certify in CPR by American Red Cross or American Heart Association. Certify in Basic First Aid by American Red Cross or other appropriate agency. 6 points) Topic: ____________________________ Topic: ____________________________ Topic: ____________________________ Topic: ____________________________ Topic: ____________________________ Points 3 3 1 2 3 6 6 1 3 3 2 4 10 1 Rate for Division Officer Date . or. First Class Swimmer. or Earn the National Physical Fitness Award.0 (B) average for two consecutive semesters. (Max.ELECTIVE POINTS 151 Earn a total of 75 NSCC Elective Points. (Points one time only) Earn the NSCC/NLCC Color Guard Ribbon Attend USN/USNR Petty Officer Indoctrination Course. Certify in SCUBA. Know the four classes of fire and how to extinguish them. Earn the President=s Physical Fitness Award. Certify as a Lifeguard. Earn a 3. Prepare a 30-45 minute lesson on a BMR topic. Second Class Swimmer. (Must issue a certificate of completion). Qualify as a Third Class Swimmer.

air show. etc. Plan and coordinate a recruiting program at a school. Fleet Reserve Association. (Max 6 points): Recruit: ___________________________ Recruit: ___________________________ Recruit: ___________________________ Recruit: ___________________________ Recruit: ___________________________ Recruit: ___________________________ 021 Completed the USCG Auxiliary=s Boating Skills and 7 1 2 3 8 1 2 5 6 4 4 3 . or. Give a 15 minute presentation about the Naval Sea Cadet Corps and its Core Values to a patriotic organization (Navy League. Plan and coordinate all aspects of your unit=s participation in a parade. Plan and execute all aspects of a unit encampment (2 days). track record and accomplishments of the plan.Topic: ____________________________ 013 014 015 016 017 Attendance: 100% attendance for one year.) Max. or. including menus and training schedules. fair. Show the tutoring plan of action. VFW. etc. Expert Qualification. or. Recruit a NSCC or NLCC Cadet. Sharpshooter Qualification. of nine points: Group: ____________________________ Group: ____________________________ Group: ____________________________ 018 019 020 Earn the NSCC Marksmanship Ribbon. Tutor a fellow Sea Cadet for one grading period. a NSCC Instructor/Officer. Absent only for NSCC TWT. American Legion.

Demonstrate the ability to communicate using semaphore. 10 points). Recognized as Cadet of the Year (Max. deviation. Quarter: __________________________ Quarter: __________________________ 10 5 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 Make a AMonkey=s Fist. earning the Propeller device. Recognized as Cadet of the Quarter (Max. 10 points). Simulate shipboard communications using two soundpowered phone sets and a Asalt >n pepper@ reel. Demonstrate the ability to throw a heaving line.022 023 Seamanship (or other comparable program). Explain variation. Demonstrate the ability to communicate using flashing light. 2 6 1 3 3 5 1 1 . relative bearing and compass bearings.@ Complete a 20 hour Public Speaking program with Toastmasters. Make a customized Boatswain=s Lanyard.

Attend the National Youth Leadership Forum on Strategy and Defense. Lead a recruiting campaign. explain latitude and longitude. using the Ten Step Recruiting Program. In a cat-rigged or similar small boat. and slack water. Demonstrate an understanding of the nautical rules of the road. bearing. (max. 8 points) Plan and coordinate a unit-wide fund-raising activity. etc. Box a compass to 32 points and demonstrate your ability to compute the degree heading for each point. (max. windward. Join the Navy League of the United States.032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 047 Explain what causes tides.) Produce a 15 minute slide show / Power Point presentation about NSCC and your unit. Describe the relationship between the 32 points and the relative bearing system using points. and running in the presence of a qualified sailing instructor. (max. the difference between tides and tidal streams. 8 points) Send and receive semaphore messages using proper messages at a rate of at least 30 letters a minute. demonstrate your ability to sail single-handedly a triangular course (leeward. Explain the meaning of ebb tide and flood tide. Have an article about your unit published in a local. Serve as a Staff Cadet at a Regional weekend activity. the compass rose. 6 points) Attend a Regional Officers= Call. (max. Donate ten volunteer hours to an appropriate organization. 4 points) Develop or maintain (for at least six months) a unit World Wide Web site. reaching. (Veterans Administration. Using any standard nautical chart. Determine and explain the total travel time based on 12 knots. and depth. Demonstrate beating. plot a course from one location to another. school or national newspaper/newsletter. high and low water. and reaching marks). Community Center. Using any standard nautical chart. 1 1 2 3 10 6 5 4 2 3 2 5 4 4 4 3 3 048 .

and proper fueling procedures. 3 3 . Perform routine maintenance on a vessel=s propulsion system.049 050 Demonstrate the ability to make a three-strand turk=s head or a three-strand monkey=s fist. spark plugs. including filter. oil change.

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