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ROTC Class and Lab Schedule

 

Fall Semester 2013


MS I: Freshman
Instructor: CPT Barnaby/Mr. Hawley


Military Leadership and Personal Development I
Introduction to leadership doctrine and personal competencies essential for effective military leadership, including self-discipline, goal-setting, time management, physical fitness, and stress management.Cadets are required to purchase combat boots prior to start of class. Below are two links where you can purchase approved boots. They must be desert tan, ankle boots with no zippers on the side. The Belleville 390DES is an actual issue boot and the Rocky S2V GoreTex is another option. 

 

http://uspatriottactical.com/army-military-boots/?sort=bestselling

http://www.rockyboots.com/rocky-duty-collection/?gclid=CIX3jKSPv70CFeJF7AodGFMA3g


Also, Cadets are required to purchase 3 name tapes with your last name on them. You will want the ACU pattern with the Velcro option.

Below are the links to purchase the name tapes:


https://shop.aafes.com/shop/Product.aspx?dept_id=15021&PFID=X800B1&gid=&AskReturn=search#acc-prod-features

http://www.uniformnametape.com/acunametapeover11letters.aspx





MLSC 1001:
For more information please contact Mr. Dale Anderson
at 252-328-5178.



Basic Tactical Skills Lab
Basic tactical skills, including orienteering, basic marksmanship, and battle drills. Students complete two-day field training exercise, rappelling, and combat water survival training.



MLSC 1001:
For more information please contact Mr. Dale Anderson
at 252-328-5178





MS II: Sophomore
Instructor: CPT Breaux


Small Unit Leadership II

Examination of the challenges of leading military teams in the contemporary operating environment (COE). Focus on providing the knowledge necessary to analyze terrain, plan and issue operations orders, conduct patrols and other small unit military operations. Includes COE case studies, assessment of individual leadership styles, and exercise of communication and team building skills.

 

MSCL: 2001
For more information please contact Mr. Dale Anderson
at 252-328-5178


 

Small Unit Leadership II
Application of the time management process used by military leaders in receiving, planning, preparing, and executing missions. Includes instruction in team dynamics and role of the leader in training and developing small units.






MLSC 2011:
Lab: W 1500-1700




MS III: Junior
Instructor: MSG MacMiller

Tactical Leadership I
Development of advanced tactical leadership abilities through instruction on squad tactics, military problem-solving techniques, and troop-leading procedures. Focus on importance of reflection and self-evaluation, human behavior and the influence of culture on leadership, different leadership styles, and peer evaluation. Student will serve in leadership position within the Army ROTC battalion and receive systematic and specific feedback on leadership attributes and actions.



MLSC 3001:


Tactical Leadership Lab I
Practical experience in writing and issuing operation orders, and in applying military problem-solving methods and troop-leading procedures as squad leaders in tactical scenarios.


MLSC 3011:
Lab: W 1500-1700




MS IV: Senior
Instructor: LTC Farrar


Adaptive Military Leadership
Develops student proficiency in planning, executing, and assessing complex operations, functioning as a member of a staff, and providing performance feedback to subordinates. Cadets are instructed on how to assess risk, make ethical decisions, and lead fellow ROTC cadets. Lessons on military justice and personnel processes further prepare cadets for service as an Army officer.



MLSC 4001
Class: T, TH 0930-1045



Advanced Military Leadership Lab I
Cadets function as the senior leadership within the Pirate Battalion, planning and executing a variety of tactical, leadership, and military skills labs for all assigned underclass cadets. With cadre supervision and guidance, cadets assist in the development of the underclass cadets and assume increased responsibility for the success and/or failure of all Pirate Battalion events.



MLSC 4011
Lab: W 1500-1700





 

Spring Semester 2014

MS I: Freshman

Instructor: CPT Barnaby/Mr.Hawley

Military Leadership and Personal Development II

Recommended prerequisite MLSC 1001. Instruction in the values, attributes, and actions considered necessary for effective military leadership. Includes essential communication skills and opportunities to practice effective listening, briefing, counseling, and writing.
Cadets are required to purchase combat boots prior to start of class. Below are two links where you can purchase approved boots. They must be desert tan, ankle boots with no zippers on the side. The Belleville 390DES is an actual issue boot and the Rocky S2V GoreTex is another option. 

 

http://uspatriottactical.com/army-military-boots/?sort=bestselling

http://www.rockyboots.com/rocky-duty-collection/?gclid=CIX3jKSPv70CFeJF7AodGFMA3g


Also, Cadets are required to purchase 3 name tapes with your last name on them. You will want the ACU pattern with the Velcro option.

Below are the links to purchase the name tapes:


https://shop.aafes.com/shop/Product.aspx?dept_id=15021&PFID=X800B1&gid=&AskReturn=search#acc-prod-features

http://www.uniformnametape.com/acunametapeover11letters.aspx

 

MLSC 1004:

For more information please contact Mr. Dale Anderson
at 252-328-5178



Basic Tactical Skills Lab II

Improvement of basic tactical skills, including further instruction in orienteering, basic marksmanship, fire team movement and battle drills.

MLSC 1014:

Lab: W 1500-1700


MS II: Sophomore

Instructor: CPT Breaux

Small Unit Leadership II

Examination of the challenges of leading military teams in the contemporary operating environment (COE). Focus on providing the knowledge necessary to analyze terrain, plan and issue operations orders, conduct patrols and other small unit military operations. Includes COE case studies, assessment of individual leadership styles, and exercise of communication and team building skills.

MLSC 2002

For more information please contact Mr. Dale Anderson
at 252-328-5178


Advanced Tactical Skills Lab II

Practical experience in developing discipline and teamwork within a military organization and applying leadership techniques. Further improvement of orienteering, basic marksmanship, fire team movement and battle drills through extended field training exercises and rigorous physical challenges.

MLSC 2012:

Lab: W 1500-1700


MS III: Junior

Instructor: MSG MacMiller

Tactical Leadership II

Improvement of tactical leadership skills through further instruction on squad tactics; review of combat, stability, and support operations; and honing of briefing and communication skills. Focus on team dynamics, decision-making skills, and motivation of peers.

MLSC 3002


 

Tactical Leadership Lab II

Further practical experience in writing and issuing operation orders, and in applying military problem-solving methods and troop-leading procedures as squad leaders in tactical scenarios.

MLSC 3012:

Lab: W 1500-1800


MS IV: Senior

Instructor: LTC Farrar

Modern Combat Leadership

Places significant emphasis on preparing cadets for their first assignment by exploring the dynamics of leading Soldiers in combat. Instruction focuses on ensuring that cadets understand the influence that culture, stress, and the other rigors of combat on the modern battlefield will have on their ability to lead effectively. Uses case studies, scenarios, and 'What Now, Lieutenant?' exercises to prepare cadets to face the complex ethical and practical demands of leading as a commissioned officer in the United States Army.

MLSC 4002:

Class: T, TH 0930-1045

Advanced Military Leadership Lab II

Cadets continue to gain practical leadership experience while functioning as the senior Pirate Battalion leadership, planning and executing a variety of tactical, leadership, and military skills labs for all assigned underclass cadets. With cadre supervision and guidance, cadets assist in the development of the underclass cadets and assume increased responsibility for the success and/or failure of all Pirate Battalion events.

MLSC 4012:

Lab: W 1500-1800

 
Current as of Tuesday, April 22, 2014