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33 Physical Training

33 Physical Training (PT). X X X X X 34 Know the Expeditionary Requirements of Field Training. X 35 Introduction to AFEX and The Virtual Staff Ride X 2. LLAB details, including time, event, place, and uniform of the day, will be posted each week in an Operations Order (OPORD). OPORDS are delivered each week to you via the Cadet Wing weekly email. You can also access the weekly OPORD online at www.afrotc.wisc.edu in the cadet area of the website or see the printed copy posted on the bulletin board. LLAB times may occur outside the normal scheduled times in order to meet training and logistical requirements. A notional schedule for the Spring 2014 Semester is provide below and is subject to change based the weekly LLAB OPORD. Week (Date) Time Location GMC POC 1 (21 Jan) 0630-0830 UW-Madison CC Call, Marching Review CC Call, Semester Goals 2 (28 Jan) 0630-0830 UW-Madison FTP Overview, Flight Positions, Sq Marching, IDE Housing Opportunities, Reporting to First Assignment 3 (4 Feb) 0630-0830 UW-Madison IDE Review, Road Guard, Building Procedures, Academic Mentoring 4 (11 Feb) (GMC Takeover Week) 0630-0830 UW-Madison Road Guard, Building Procedure Review, DFAC Procedures 5 (18 Feb) 0630-0830 UW-Madison DFAC Procedure Review, ORI Procedures 6 (25 Feb) 0630-0830 UW-Madison ORI*,Dorm Maintenance 7 (4 Mar) 0630-0830 UW-Madison Dorm Maintenance Review, Situational Marching Academic mentoring, Current Events Debate HCTM Brief Leadership Studies Film Viewing (The Fog of War) Leadership Studies Film Viewing, ORI* Base, Job Briefs 8 (11 Mar) 0630-0830 UW-Madison FTP Exercise Guest Speaker 18 Mar N/A N/A Spring Break UW Spring Break UW 25 Mar N/A N/A Spring Break UWW Spring Break UWW 9 (1 Apr) 0630-0830 UW-Madison GMC Chosen Topics, POC mentoring* (4 Apr-6 Apr) All Day Fort McCoy FTP Weekend (Non-Mandatory PMT) 10 (8 Apr) 0630-0830 UW-Madison Expeditionary Overview, Mission Organization POC Mentoring FTP Weekend (Non-Mandatory PMT) Active Duty Brief Guest Speaker 11 (12 Apr) Evening Union South Dining Out Dining Out 12 (15 Apr) 0630-0830 UW-Madison Expeditionary Exercise Wargames 13 (22 Apr) 0630-0830 UW-Madison ORI, Reveille, FTP mentoring ORI, Reveille, FTP Mentoring 14 (29 Apr) 0630-0830 UW-Madison Final Parade Practice Leadership Studies Film Viewing, Guest Speaker* 14.5 (3 May) Morning UW-Whitewater Badger Challenge Badger Challenge 15 (6 May) 0630-0830 UW-Madison Final Parade/Awards Final Parade/Awards

Attendance 1. Unless classified as a special student, all students enrolled in Aerospace Studies courses must also enroll in LLAB to be considered an AFROTC cadet. 2. Cadets must attend 80 percent of scheduled LLABs or substitute activities. The Det 925/DO is the sole authority to approve absences as excused and determines if substitute activities are acceptable. Only excused absences can be made up in order to achieve 80 percent attendance. Any cadet who does not attend at least 80 percent of LLABs or substitute activities will receive a failing grade. 3. Physical training (PT) is a component of LLAB; therefore, cadets must also attend at least 80 percent of required PT activities. Grading 1. LLAB is graded on a Pass/Fail system and will not affect your AS course grade or vice versa. However, students failing LLAB may become ineligible to pursue an officer’s commission in the Air Force. As a minimum, each student must satisfy the following requirements in order to receive a passing grade for LLAB: a. Attend a minimum of 80 percent of scheduled LLAB classes or substitute (make-up) activities. b. Take the AFROTC physical fitness assessment (PFA). A failing score on the PFA does not constitute a failure in LLAB; however, PFA failure may affect membership and/or scholarship eligibility and status. c. Not show indifference to military training. Normally, a cadet demonstrating a problem with attitude or ability to adjust to the military environment will have multiple counseling sessions that document cadet staff and cadre attempts to correct the behavior. All counseling sessions will be documented on an AFROTC Form 16. Note: this requirement is assumed to be met by all cadets unless otherwise documented. 2. Quizzes will be conducted throughout the semester to evaluate learning and comprehension of material, but they will not be used for grade determination. 3. AFROTC Form 16 will be used to document substandard LLAB performance. The Det 925/DO will use completed cadet evaluation forms to supplement his own observations. For cadets to fail LLAB due to poor performance, sufficient documentation must be present to justify persistent indifference to military training. Miscellaneous 1. Office Hours. As in any military organization, cadets should always use their cadet chain of command to resolve complaints and problems. Cadets having problems that cannot be resolved by the cadet chain of command may come see me in my office. My regular office hours are 0900-1600, Monday-Friday. A prearranged appointment is preferred. 2. Food and Drink: LLAB is a professional setting where personal food and drink is not needed. During marching sessions or any physical LLAB activities, there will be opportunities to hydrate.

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