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PHASE II THE LEADERSHIP PHASE
ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT BILLY MITCHELL ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT

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CAP Visual Aid 52-100 September 2012 {52-100A 2 x 3} {52-100B 11 x 17} This chart is NOT an accurate resource for the few cadets remaining in the Leadership for the 21st Century text

LEARN T O LEAD
All leaders hip requir ements shown be low apply to cadets us in Learn to L g the ead texts .

EDITION

PHASE I THE LEARNING PHASE


WRIGHT BROTHERS

PHASE III THE COMMAND PHASE


AMELIA EARHART ACHIEVEMENT

PHASE IV THE EXECUTIVE PHASE


ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT ACHIEVEMENT IRA C. EAKER

GENERAL CARL A.

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NHQ mails New Cadet Kit

AWARD

AWARD
NHQ mails New Cadet Officer Kit

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11

AWARD

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15

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AWARD
Cadet requests Unit & Wing/CCs permission to attempt Spaatz Exams

SPAATZ AWARD

JOHN CURRY

HAP ARNOLD

MARY FEIK
Pioneer in the fields of aviation mechanics and engineering, and proud CAP member

ORVILLE & WILBUR WRIGHT


First men to achieve powered, controlled, sustained, heavier-thanair flight

EDDIE RICKENBACKER
Americas Ace of Aces during World War I; he wanted CAP cadets to know him as Eddie

CHARLES LINDBERGH
First man to fly across the Atlantic Ocean solo, nonstop, aboard the Spirit of St. Louis

JIMMY DOOLITTLE
Pioneer in field of aeronautical engineering and leader of the World War II air raid on Tokyo

ROBERT GODDARD
The Father of Modern Rocketry and developer of the first liquid-fueled rocket

NEIL ARMSTRONG
First man to set foot on the Moon, aboard Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 One giant leap for mankind

BILLY MITCHELL
Americas first vocal advocate for military airpower, he proved the airplane could sink ships

FLIGHT COMMANDER

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER

AMELIA EARHART
Record-setting female pilot who was lost while attempting to fly around the world

LEADERSHIP OFFICER

AEROSPACE OFFICER

OPERATIONS OFFICER

LOGISTICS OFFICER

CADET COMMANDER

IRA EAKER
Army Air Forces general and advocate of strategic bombardment during World War II

CARL SPAATZ
First Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force and first Chairman of the CAP National Board

First National Commander Commanding general of the Civil Air Patrol and of U.S. Army Air Forces a strong advocate for during World War II female aviators

Achievements are named for Staff Duty Analysis positions, not aerospace pioneers

Achievements are named for Staff Duty Analysis positions, not aerospace pioneers

GRADE, INSIGNIA, & AWARDS


CADET AIRMAN CADET AIRMAN FIRST CLASS CADET SENIOR AIRMAN CADET STAFF SERGEANT CADET TECHNICAL SERGEANT CADET MASTER SERGEANT CADET SENIOR CADET CHIEF CADET CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT MASTER SERGEANT MASTER SERGEANT CADET SECOND LIEUTENANT CADET SECOND LIEUTENANT CADET FIRST LIEUTENANT CADET FIRST LIEUTENANT CADET CAPTAIN CADET CAPTAIN CADET CAPTAIN CADET MAJOR CADET MAJOR CADET MAJOR CADET LIEUTENANT COLONEL CADET COLONEL

Eligible for scholarships, Cadet Officer School and Civic Leadership Academy; eligible for E-3 in the USAF; eligible for promotion to 2d Lt as a senior member at age 21

Eligible for the International Air Cadet Exchange; eligible for promotion to 1st Lt and the Cadet Programs Officer technician rating as a senior member at age 21

Eligible to receive credit for Squadron Leadership School and Level II as a senior member at age 21

Eligible for promotion to captain, credit for a Cadet Programs Officer senior rating, and the Yeager Award as a senior member at age 21

No Ribbon Awarded

No Ribbon Awarded

No Ribbon Awarded

No Ribbon Awarded

No Ribbon Awarded

No Ribbon Awarded

No Ribbon Awarded

No Ribbon Awarded

PROMOTION ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS


LEADERSHIP Chapter 1 & Drill Test No Requirement Foundations & Safety Module Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test Chapter 2 & Drill Test Any Module

The leadership requirements below are for cadets using the Learn to Lead text. Cadets may continue in the Leadership for the 21st Century text until 1 October 2013, at which time that old text becomes obsolete. Chapter 3 & Drill Test Any Module Comprehensive Exam with Drill No Requirement Chapter 4 & Drill Test Any Module Chapter 5 & Drill Test Any Module Chapter 6 & Drill Test Any Module Chapter 7 & Drill Test Any Module Chapter 8 & Speech, Essay & Drill No Requirement Comprehensive Exam Comprehensive Exam No Requirement Chapter 9 & SDA Report 3-Chapter Block Chapter 10 & SDA Report 3-Chapter Block Chapter 11 & SDA Report 3-Chapter Block Comprehensive Exam Comprehensive Exam No Requirement SDA Staff Service Cadet Physical Fitness Test Chapter 12 & SDA Report No Requirement Chapter 13 & SDA Report No Requirement Chapter 14 & SDA Report 3-Chapter Block Chapter 15 & SDA Report 3-Chapter Block Chapter 16 & SDA Report 3-Chapter Block Speech & Essay No Requirement Comprehensive Exam Comprehensive Exam Essay Exam Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

AEROSPACE

CHARACTER

1 Forum Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

No Requirement Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate Actively Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Mentor Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Mentor Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Mentor Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Instruct Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Instruct Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Instruct Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Instruct Cadet Physical Fitness Test

1 Forum Participate & Instruct Cadet Physical Fitness Test

No Requirement SDA Staff Service & Leadership Academy Cadet Physical Fitness Test

ACTIVITIES

Encampment Cadet Physical Fitness Test

FITNESS

CADET PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST STANDARDS


Presidents Challenge 25th Percentile; Run plus 2 out of 3 Presidents Challenge 35th Percentile; Run plus 2 out of 3 Presidents Challenge 50th Percentile; Run plus 2 out of 3 Presidents Challenge 60th Percentile; Run plus 2 out of 3 Presidents Challenge 70th Percentile; Run plus 2 out of 3
75th Percentile; Run plus 2 out of 3 Ages 10-14 not shown

10 SIT & REACH Males Females Males Females Males Females Males Females Males Females 20 24 30 25 10 10 12.4 13.1

11 21 24 31 27 11 10 12.0 12.5

12 21 25 34 29 12 9 11.2 12.1

13 20 24 36 30 16 9 10.8 11.8

14 23 28 39 31 18 9 10.5 11.9

15 24 31 38 30 22 11 10.2 11.7

16 25 30 38 30 24 11 10.0 11.7

17+ 28 31 38 28 26 12 9.9 11.7

10 22 26 32 27 11 10 12.0 12.6

11 23 26 34 29 12 11 11.5 12.1

12 23 27 37 31 14 10 11.0 11.7

13 23 27 39 33 18 10 10.6 11.5

14 25 30 41 34 20 10 10.2 11.6

15 27 32 41 32 25 12 10.0 11.4

16 27 32 40 32 26 13 9.7 11.4

17+ 31 33 40 30 30 14 9.6 11.3

10 25 28 35 30 14 13 11.5 12.1 9:48 11:22

11 25 29 37 32 15 11 11.1 11.5 9:20 11:17

12 26 30 40 35 18 11 10.6 11.3

13 26 31 42 37 24 11 10.2 11.1

14 28 33 45 37 24 11 9.9 11.2

15 30 36 45 36 30 15 9.7 11.0

16 30 34 45 35 30 12 9.4 10.9

17+ 34 35 44 34 37 16 9.4 11.0

10 26 29 38 32 16 14 11.2 11.8

11 26 30 39 35 18 14 10.8 11.2

12 27 32 43 38 22 14 10.4 11.0

13 27 32 45 40 28 15 10.1 10.9

14 30 35 48 40 28 15 9.7 10.9 7:19 9:27

15 32 37 49 39 34 16 9.5 10.7 7:06 9:23

16 32 36 48 37 35 17 9.2 10.7 6:50 9:48

17+ 36 37 46 36 42 19 9.2 10.7 6:50 9:51

10 27 30 40 35 19 16 10.9 11.5

11 28 31 42 38 22 16 10.5 10.9

12 28 33 46 40 25 16 10.2 10.8

13 29 34 48 41 32 17 9.9 10.7 7:25 9:15

14 32 37 51 42 34 17 9.5 10.7 6:59 8:58

15 33 40 52 42 37 18 9.3 10.5 6:51 8:58

16 35 38 50 40 38 20 9.0 10.5 6:38 9:12

17+ 39 39 49 39 46 22 9.0 10.5 6:35 9:14

15 34 41 53 44 39 19

16 36 39 51 41 40 21

17+ 40 40 51 40 49 23

CURL UPS

PUSH UPS

SHUTTLE RUN

9.2 8.9 8.9 10.3 10.4 10.3 6:38 6:25 6:23 8:40 8:50 8:52

MILE RUN

11:40 11:25 10:22 9:23 9:10 13:00 13:09 12:46 12:29 11:52

8:49 8:37 8:06 11:48 12:42 12:11

10:58 10:25 9:40 8:54 8:30 12:08 12:21 12:01 11:40 11:10

8:08 7:53 7:35 11:00 11:24 11:20

8:40 8:06 7:44 7:30 11:05 10:23 10:06 9:58

7:10 7:04 10:31 10:22

9:11 8:45 8:14 7:41 10:52 10:42 10:26 9:50

8:40 8:20 7:55 10:28 10:10 9:48

LEADERSHIP EXPECTATIONS
ATTITUDE CORE VALUES COMMUNICATION SKILLS SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY INTER-PERSONAL SKILLS CRITICAL THINKING DELEGATION SKILLS Displays a positive attitude; optimistic; enthusiastic; is team oriented Aware of the Core Values; honest; wears uniform properly; practices customs and courtesies Listens actively; attentive; asks good questions Maintains a positive attitude and encourages good attitudes in others; does not flaunt rank or authority Displays a commitment to the Core Values; promotes team spirit, professionalism, and good sportsmanship as a team leader Conscious of own performance; takes initiative to develop new skills; self-motivated and able to motivate others Fair, just, and consistent in dealing with subordinates; exercises good judgment in knowing which matters should be referred up the chain Writes and speaks clearly; presents ideas logically; wins through persuasion Resilient; shows mental discipline in working to achieve long-term goals; welcoming of change; has habit of continual self-improvement Uses empathy; recognizes how Core Values relate to new and unfamiliar situations; makes sound and timely decisions independently

Proficient in informal public speaking (i.e., in giving directions to and training junior cadets)

Articulate; succinct; persuasive; varies message to fit audience; proficient in explaining complex issues

Follows directions; dependable; arrives ready to learn and serve; effective in managing own time

Enforces standards; trustworthy in supervising a small team and leading them in fulfillment of a series of simple tasks; given a plan, is able to carry it out Guides and coaches junior cadets; recognizes when junior cadets need help; leads by example; is not a boss

Given an assignment, takes project from beginning to end; develops appropriate goals, plans, standards, and follows through in execution; demonstrates sense of ownership in all assignments Actively mentors NCOs; resolves conflicts fairly; criticizes constructively; dissents respectively when disagreeing with superiors Thinks in advance and plans ahead to meet the units short-term needs; imaginative and not tied to old ideas Delegates routine tasks effectively and works through NCOs; keeps people informed; makes expectations clear; supervises work of other leaders

Completes large projects with little supervision; follows and sets a command intent; self-starter

Actively develops and mentors cadet officers; adapts leadership style to fit situation; calm under pressure

Sets long-term goals for the unit; imaginative and visionary; recognizes units long-term needs; mentally agile when faced with unfamiliar problems

Directs multiple teams and manages multiple tasks; assigns people to right jobs; delegates well and enables others to take charge

TYPICAL DUTIES
CADET ELEMENT LEADER CADET FLIGHT SERGEANT CADET FIRST SERGEANT CADET FLIGHT COMMANDER CADET LEADERSHIP OFFICER / CADET AEROSPACE OFFICER CADET EXECUTIVE OFFICER / CADET DEPUTY COMMANDER CADET COMMANDER

MINIMUM TIME IN GRADE


Upon Joining Jan 12 + 8 weeks Mar 12 + 8 weeks May 12 + 8 weeks Jul 12 6 months to Wright Bros + 8 weeks Sep 12 + 8 weeks Nov 12 + 8 weeks Jan 13 + 8 weeks Mar 13 + 8 weeks May 13 + 8 weeks Jul 13 18 months to Mitchell + 8 weeks Sep 13 + 8 weeks Nov 13 + 8 weeks Jan 14 + 8 weeks Mar 14 26 months to Earhart + 8 weeks May 14 + 8 weeks Jul 14 + 8 weeks Sep 14 + 8 weeks Nov 14 + 8 weeks Jan 15 + 8 weeks Mar 15 38 months to Eaker Upon earning Eaker Mar 15 38 months to Spaatz