LLAB Syllabus Briefing Det 842 Capt Justin Mace Spring 2014 Overview • LLAB Syllabus – Where you can find it – www1.utsa.edu/afrotc • • • • • • • Merit/Demerit system Field Training Preparation LLAB grading criteria Make-up LLAB program The AFROTC uniform Dept of Labor medical coverage Relationships within cadet wing 2 Merit/Demerit System • NOT authorized 3 Field Training Preparation • Must be accomplished within LLAB or FTP class sessions • Must be conducted in an “at ease” learning environment – FT unique decorum only during LLAB (squaring corners, seven basic responses, etc) – Must avoid activities that simulate stresses of FT environment 4 LLAB Grading Criteria & Make-up LLAB • LLAB is pass/fail & does not effect your AS grade • In order to pass LLAB you MUST: 1. Attend 80% of all LLAB and PT sessions 2. Attempt the PFA once per academic term 3. Not show indifference to military training Note: contract cadets must pass PFA prior to the end of the academic term • Make up PT session held Fridays, 0600 (PT uniform required) at the gym • Make up LLAB – Report to Capt Boardman NLT two weeks after the missed session to check out DVD – Must be viewed in cadet area during business hours – Questions over objectives covered should be directed at POC or OFC AFROTC Uniform Wear Authorized • Professional Military Training – LLAB – PT • AFROTC sponsored events & travel – – – – Dining out Texas Det Field Day Camp Bullis Field Training NOT Authorized • • • • Fundraising Unofficial travel Political rallies Religious services Note: public displays of affection and cell phone use while walking in uniform are not authorized Bottom line…DO NOT wear your uniform unless cadre authorize it! 6 Department of Labor Medical Care • Four categories: – PMT (ex: LLAB, PT) • Covered?: YES – Voluntary PMT (ex: Honor Guard, AAS & Silver Wings events, FTP class) • Covered?: YES - Honor Guard, FTP class NO - AAS, Silver Wings – AFROTC sponsored activities (ex: Texas Det Field Day, Camp Bullis, Dining Out) • Covered?: YES – Non-PMT (ex: Fundraising, university sports or classes, PT not supervised by cadre member, cadet staff meetings) • Covered under DoL?: NO 7 Gross negligence or misconduct on the cadet’s part may result in the loss of medical coverage/benefits Relationships with Subordinates • Relationships within the cadet wing are not prohibited • However: – Cadets in a relationship cannot serve in the same chain of command – Cadets are forbidden from: • Using rank/position to take, or be perceived as taking, undue advantage of subordinates • Physical maltreatment, physical contact, verbal maltreatment, maltraining, physical discipline, discrimination, sexual or other types of harassment, hazing, oppression, initiation or rites of passage or deprivation of legal rights – If you or someone you know forms a relationship that meets the aforementioned criteria, or becomes harmful to “good order and discipline,” notify a cadre member immediately 8 Summary • LLAB Syllabus – Where you can find it – www.utsa.edu/afrotc • Merit/Demerit system • Field Training Preparation • LLAB grading criteria • Make-up LLAB program • The AFROTC uniform • Dept of Labor medical coverage • Relationships within cadet wing 9 Questions?