7.1.1 Cadets shall be greeted at the entrance to the classroom by the instructor(s), if possible. The
instructor(s) shall welcome each cadet and may inquire of any cadet concerning pertinent topics.
7.2. Starting Class
7.2.1. After the class-start bell has rung or if it appears that bell ringing schedule may be faulty, the
instructor will motion to signify the beginning of the class. The cadet Flight Commander and Flight
Sergeant will be at the front of the class. The Flight Commander will give the command "Flight,
Attention". At that time, the entire class will come to attention, facing the front, standing at their
appropriate places. The Flight Commander gives the command "Present Arms." All cadets will face
the American Flag. Those in uniform will remain standing at attention; those in civilian clothes will place
their right hand over their heart. The Flight Commander and Flight Sergeant will face the flag, assume
the proper position and in an audible, clear, and distinct voice, lead the reciting of the Pledge or National
Anthem, as determined by the SASI/ASI. When the pledge or anthem has been completed, the Flight
Commander and Flight Sergeant face the class and the commander states “Order Arms”.
7.2.2. The Flight Commander will command, "Element Leaders, Report." In succession, the element
leaders will report the attendance for their element by saluting and replying, Sir/Ma'am, Element One
(or whatever element number assigned), all present and accounted for, or "Sir/Ma’am ...all present
with the exception(s) of cadet(s) (Name(s)." The Flight Commander will return each salute. As the
reports are given, the Flight Sergeant shall record the attendance under the direct supervision of the
instructor. When reports are completed, the Flight Commander will report the attendance to the
instructor, and then command "At Ease.” Take your seats," or words to that affect. The Flight
Commander will make any announcements, and then proceed to his/her assigned seat.
7.2.3. Materials for Absentees: The Flight Commander will place, daily, in his/her assigned folder,
anything to be distributed to cadets that are absent. On the day of a cadet's return, the Flight
Commander will make proper distribution. The name of the absentee shall have been placed on the
material to be distributed.
7.3. Classroom Rules
7.3.1. During the period of instruction, should the SASI/ASI leave the room and then return, the
first cadet to see the instructor return calls the room to attention. All students will sit at the
position of attention until instructed otherwise by the SASI/ASI. If the instructor is actively involved
in teaching, do not call the class to attention. DO NOT call the class to attention if the SASI is in the
room and the ASI walks in. This courtesy is extended to the cadet staff as well.
7.3.2. DO NOT:
188.8.131.52. Chew gum or eat candy.
184.108.40.206. Bring food or beverages (except water) into the classroom.
220.127.116.11. Display or use radios, media players, TVs or other devices in the classroom.
18.104.22.168. Disrupt class (talk, make noise, etc.).
22.214.171.124. Write on the board or use classroom computer without SASI/ASI approval.
126.96.36.199. Sit on tables, desks, or the backs of chairs.
188.8.131.52. Use profanity.
184.108.40.206. Make improper gestures.
220.127.116.11. Leave your assigned place without permission.
18.104.22.168. Address instructors with "yeah" or "nope," or similar casual/familiar remarks.
22.214.171.124. Write on or deface school or government property.
126.96.36.199. Disturb pictures or bulletin board items.
188.8.131.52. Throw things about the classroom.
184.108.40.206. Make loud noise or participate in horseplay.
220.127.116.11. Bring all required materials to class.
18.104.22.168. Show proper courtesy to instructors by addressing them as "Sir" as in "Yes, Sir"
and “No, Sir."
22.214.171.124. Show proper courtesy and respect to other cadets, especially those who are
superior in grade to you.
126.96.36.199. Raise your hand if you wish to talk.
7.4.1. Those cadets arriving for class late will inform the instructor the reason for the tardy, taking
care not to disrupt class. While not disturbing classmates determine what is going on, then enter
into class activity.
7.5. Class Termination:
7.5.1. The Flight Commander shall provide the instructor a two minute warning prior to class
termination. When the termination bell rings, the Flight Commander will dismiss class by calling the
flight to attention (cadets will stand) and then command "Dismissed."
7.6. Entry Procedures for Instructor Office and Logistics Area:
7.6.1. Common courtesy will prevail at all times. If it appears the instructors are busy, either with
another person or on the phone, wait outside the office. When the instructor's activity is terminated,
knock to signal that you desire admittance. When acknowledged and asked to enter, do so and
transact your business. To enter the supply room, at least two cadets must enter, never just one.
Normally, cadets will not be in the supply room or in the office unless under the supervision
of the SASI/ASI or Logistics OIC/NCOIC.
7.7. Telephone use and Procedures:
7.7.1. The classroom and office telephones are for OFFICIAL BUSINESS ONLY. If you need to
make a personal call, you must ask the SASI/ASI for approval to use the phone. Cadet officers
or other cadets cannot give approval for use of the phones. If the phone rings and an instructor
is not available to answer it, a Cadet may enter the office and properly answer the phone. The
correct telephone procedure is:
188.8.131.52. Answering: "Air Force Junior ROTC. Cadet (Name). · May I help you?”
Determine who is calling and to whom the party wishes to speak. Proper etiquette shall
prevail. Addressing the caller, as "Honey, “Love," "Doll", etc., will not be condoned
184.108.40.206. If the call is for an instructor and he is not available, make a note. Note whom
the call is for, the time, name of caller, message and name of cadet who took the call.
220.127.116.11. Termination of conversation: In an appropriate manner, thank the person for calling.
Place the note for the person called in a place where it can be readily found.