CORPORAL PROMOTION 

In order to be promoted to the rank of Corporal, you must be able to answer a series of questions on the Cadet Corporal test sheet. Then, you must march a squad of Cadets to a 23 command routine. The commands must be called on the correct foot and must be called in a limited amount of space so be sure to practice several times. See below for resources.

Marching Commands

1. FALL IN
2. DRESS RIGHT, DRESS
3. READY, FRONT
4. PRESENT, ARMS
5. ORDER, ARMS
6. LEFT, FACE
7. ABOUT, FACE
8. FORWARD, MARCH
9. COLUMN LEFT, MARCH
10. LEFT FLANK, MARCH
11. RIGHT FLANK, MARCH
12. COLUMN RIGHT, MARCH
13. RIGHT FLANK, MARCH
14. LEFT FLANK, MARCH
15. COLUMN RIGHT, MARCH
16. REAR, MARCH
17. REAR, MARCH
18. COLUMN RIGHT, MARCH
19. COLUMN LEFT, MARCH
20. COLUMN LEFT, MARCH
21. ELEMENT, HALT
22. LEFT, FACE
23. FALL OUT

Questions

1. Other than completing the drill commands, explain why you should be promoted to corporal:

2. How are ribbons placed on the ACSU jacket that your wear (either male or female)?

3. How are the Honor Unit w/ Distinction Insignia and Unit Crest placed on the  ACSU jacket that you wear?

4. How are ARC pins worn on the ACSU jacket that you wear?

5. Where are the Torch of Knowledge insignia worn on the ACSU that your wear?

8. Where is the name tag positioned on the ACSU uniform that you wear?

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