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Leadership Development Requirements (LDR)


The most senior returning Honor Guard cadet will normally command this highly selective group that will perform at special military and civilian events.  Individual's selected for this elite group must exhibit the highest behavior and personal appearance standards and must possess a thorough knowledge of drill and ceremonies.  A cadet must complete one distinguished year in either drill team, color guard, or sabre team to become eligible for honor guard.


This AFJROTC Honor Society promotes academic excellence, service, and patriotism.  An invitation to join will be extended only to cadets who have a "B" average in their AFJROTC courses and an overall "B" school average with no failing grades.  Cadets will complete a pledge program to become a member.  A distinctive badge will be awarded upon indoctrination into this elite AFJROTC CA-20065 Honor Society. KHAS cadets compete in the national JROTC Leadership Academic Bowl (JLAB) annually.


This elite cadet team presents and posts the US, USAF, and California colors at school, corps, and community functions.  This LDR provides an opportunity for cadets to learn to respect and properly present national, departmental and state flags.  They also compete at local, state, and national competitions.


Cadets who enjoy drill, "polish" their drill skills learned in the leadership laboratory and form a drill team that performs in local and area wide drill competitions and demonstrations.


The Marksmanship program promotes teamwork, self-confidence, concentration and basic marksmanship skills. Cadets compete in the Olympic three position 10 meter Air Rifle format.  The program has a rigorous process for acceptance. Cadets must have a minimum 2.3 cumulative GPA and no failing classes. Cadets must attend the safety class and pass at 100% on a written test annually. Only four cadets on Varsity and four cadets on Junior Varsity so only the best shots are selected for the teams.


The Raider Team executes a voluntary cadet physical fitness program which includes activities such as 5K trail run or foot-march, first aid and CPR training, and basic outdoor survival skills. This team promotes high levels of physical fitness within the cadet corps. 

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