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Air Force Aerospace Studies 461/501: Leadership Laboratory Syllabus—R1 UW-Madison, UW-Whitewater, Maranatha Baptist Bible College (MBBC), Edgewood College, Madison Area Technical College (MATC) Major Evan T. Searles Operations Officer, Air Force ROTC Detachment 925 (Det 925/DO) Phone: 608-265-5194 Email: esearles@wisc.edu Spring 2014; Tues 0630 - 0830; location varies (see weekly Operations Order) Course Information 1. Welcome to Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) and Leadership Laboratory (LLAB)! LLAB has a long tradition as the single part of the AFROTC curriculum that centers on the cadet wing. LLAB is cadet planned, directed, and executed. The concept of student-centered activities—planned and managed within the framework of the cadet wing—is the main thrust of LLAB. LLAB provides cadets an environment to practice the many concepts learned in the classroom (leadership, followership, time management, etc.). It is a planned progression of cadet experiences, beginning with fundamentals and advancing to complex interrelationships, designed to accomplish the AFROTC mission of “Developing Quality Leaders for the Air Force.” 2. For leadership application purposes, most class sessions and training will be conducted by Professional Officer Course (POC) cadets. However, I will be the instructor of record and am ultimately responsible for all grades and any issues that may arise. 3. The first LLAB session will be held on Tuesday, 21 January 2014, from 0630 to 0830. Thereafter, LLAB will normally be held each Tuesday from 0630 to 0830. Course Description 1. AFROTC categorizes AS100 and AS200 cadets as General Military Course (GMC) cadets. GMC LLAB courses include study of Air Force customs and courtesies, drill and ceremonies, military commands, Air Force and AFROTC grade structure and insignia, the AFROTC honor code, and proper flag procedures. LLAB also includes studying the environment of an Air Force officer and learning about opportunities available to commissioned officers. For AS200 cadets, there will be greater emphasis on preparing for field training through Expeditionary Leadership Problems and classes on dorm set-up procedures, warrior knowledge, inspections, verbal responses, and parade procedures. 2. AFROTC categorizes AS300 and AS400 cadets as Professional Officer Course (POC) cadets. POC LLAB courses consist of activities classified as leadership and management experiences. They involve planning and controlling military activities of the cadet corps, and preparing and presenting briefings and other oral/written communications. LLAB also includes interviews, feedback, and guidance designed to increase understanding, motivation, and performance of other cadets.

Course Objectives 1. All LLAB lesson objectives will be presented during the 2013 – 2014 academic year. Each individual is responsible for accomplishing the specific objectives for their corresponding AS level; merely attending LLAB does not constitute accomplishment of that objective. Once each person has satisfied the objective, as determined by the cadet wing staff or Operations Officer (Det 925/DO), the cadet wing staff will document completion in a tracking system. When planning LLABs, the POC should keep in mind that the objectives table below reflects the objectives for the entire year, not just the current semester. # LLAB LESSON OBJECTIVES 100 200 300 400 ECL 1 Know the Air Force and AFROTC grade structure and insignia. X 2 Know the Air Force and AFROTC chain of command. X 3 Know the AFROTC Honor Code. X 4 Apply proper courtesies and procedures associated with the United X States flag. 5 Apply individual and flight drill positions. X 6 Apply basic individual and flight drill movements. X 7 Apply effective followership and teamwork skills. X X 8 Know the environment of an Air Force officer. X X 9 Apply correct guidon procedures during cadet drill & ceremonies X practice and official functions. 10 Apply the principles of advanced individual and flight drill X movements in LLAB. 11 Apply the skills needed to be an effective flight commander. X 12 Know road guard procedures. X 13 Apply proper individual drill evaluation (IDE) procedures. X 14 Know proper dorm maintenance procedures and requirements. X 15 Know the mental, physical, and administrative requirements of X Field Training. 16 Apply proper open ranks inspection procedures. X 17 Know key personnel parade procedures. X 18 Know Field Training military decorum. X 19 Apply learned information during esprit de corps activities. X X X X X 20 Comprehend the principles of the Holm Center Training Manual X X X X X (HCTM). 21 Apply leadership and followership skills through a cadet mentor X X X X X program. 22 Know the principles of Air Force Health and Wellness. X X X X X 23 Apply proper Air Force customs and courtesies. X X X X X 24 Apply proper Air Force dress and grooming standards. X X X X X 25 Know the proper procedures and history behind the Air Force X X X X X Dining-In/Out. 26 Know how to effectively execute all functions associated with the X X X X X reveille (flag-raising) ceremony, retreat ceremony, and parade. 27 Apply the AFROTC Awards and Decorations program in a formal X X X X X awards ceremony. 28 Apply leadership and management skills in supervising the cadet X X X corps or through advanced leadership experiences. 29 Apply proper feedback and performance evaluation skills. X X X 30 Know topics of importance to cadets about to enter active duty. X 31 Apply leadership, management, and problem-solving skills in X special projects/positions. 32 Know issues and topics given in a Commander’s Call environment. X X X X X

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