Drill Requirements for Learn to Lead

Drill Guide

Drill and Ceremonies Manual

Drill Tests


CHAPTER 1

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 3
Flight, ATTENTION
Parade REST; AT EASE & REST
Left (Right), FACE
About, FACE
Hand, SALUTE
Present, ARMS & Order, ARMS
Eyes, RIGHT & Ready, FRONT (at the halt)

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 4
FALL IN
FALL OUT
Dress Right, DRESS & Ready, FRONT

CHAPTER 2

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 2
Count Cadence, COUNT

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 3
Mark Time,MARCH
Flight, HALT
Forward,MARCH
Double Time,MARCH & Quick Time,MARCH
Left (Right) Flank,MARCH
To the Rear,MARCH
Left (Right) Step,MARCH & Flight, HALT

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 4
Open Ranks,MARCH & Ready, FRONT
Close Ranks,MARCH

CHAPTER 3

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 3
Change Step,MARCH
Eyes, RIGHT & Ready, FRONT (on the march)
INCLINE TO THE LEFT (RIGHT)
Route Step,MARCH

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 4
Column Left (Right),MARCH & Forward,MARCH
Column of Files
Column of Files, Column Right (Left)
Close,MARCH & Extend,MARCH (at the halt and on the march)
At Close Interval, Dress Right, DRESS & Ready, FRONT

CHAPTER 4

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 2
The two main types of commands: the preparatory command and the command of execution
Characteristics of an effective command voice

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 3
Command the element to fall in
Command the element to dress right and check its alignment
Command the element to perform facing movements
Command the element to perform flanks and march to the rear

DRILL & CEREMONIES TRAINING SEQUENCE 10

As part of their leadership education, cadets are expected to become proficient in drill and ceremonies. After passing the written test for a given chapter in Learn to Lead, they complete a performance test on the maneuvers for their respective Learn to Lead chapter, as shown below. Leadership officers and cadet staff will want to become familiar with this sequence so they can ensure cadets receive the drill training they need before they are tested on that set of maneuvers. For drill and ceremonies training guidance, see AFMAN 36-2203, Drill and Ceremonies, and the other materials available at capmembers.com/drill.

CHAPTER 5

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 4
Command the flight to fall in
Command the flight to dress right and check its alignment
Command the flight to open and close ranks and check its alignment
Command the flight to perform facings and other in-place movements
Command the flight to perform flanks, columns, and march to the rear
Command the flight to perform right (left) steps
Command the flight to perform close and extend, at the halt and on the march
Command the flight to change step and count cadence
Command the flight to form a single file or multiple files

CHAPTER 6

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 5
Form the squadron in line
Align the squadron
Inspect the squadron
Dismiss the squadron

CHAPTER 7

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 6b
Forming the group
Dismissing the group

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 7c
Raising & lowering the flag
Reveille and retreat ceremonies

see CAPP 3, CAP Guide to Protocol, Atch 4
CAP change of command ceremony

CHAPTER 8

see Drill & Ceremonies, chapter 6c
Wing formation and review

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