Color Guard and Inspection Knowledge


Colors on the American Flag: White - Purity and innocence, Red - hardiness and valor, Blue - Vigilance, perseverance, and justice 


The US Flag should be saluted when the National Anthem or To The Colors is played and you are outdoors and not in formation. If Indoors, assume the position of attention but do not salute


A hand salute should be rendered when The Pledge of Allegiance is recited and you are outdoors not in formation. If indoors assume the position of attention but do not salute.

The flag should never touch anything beneath it


A flag being flown from a staff should be displayed with the union at the top at the flags own right (the viewers left)


-Upon the death of a former president, a flag may be displayed at half staff for 30 days

-A flag may be flown upside down to signal emergency or distress


General Questions


-Why did you join JROTC?


-What are the air force core values, which one is your favorite and why?


-What is the significance of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina?


-What is the capital of Texas?


-Who is the governor of Texas?


-What are the three branches of government and what is the purpose of each?


-What do you want to do after high school?


-What was the first state admitted to the Union?


-If the president and vice president died who would be president?


-How many years have you been in JROTC?

"Currently serving his/her ____ (first, second, third) year in JROTC" 


-Name three former living presidents.


-Define Integrity.


-Positioning, such as "who is your element leader?" or "who is the last person in your element?" 


-Be able to define the following drill terms:








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