Marksmanship & Safety Program

Welcome to the JROTC Marksmanship & Safety Program Page.

The information below will assist you in all your needs for the JROTC Marksmanship program, the Safety Program and general safety information.

Safety and Marksmanship Training Documents

Online Safety and Marksmanship Course for JROTC Instructors (.pdf)

JMIC Safety Exam Answer No Key (.pdf)

JMIC Safety Exam Answer With Key (.pdf)

The link below takes you to a summary of recent rule changes published in the Civilian Marksmanship Program's (CMP) online newsletter. Since JROTC marksmanship competitions are conducted in accordance with the National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rules (the "blue book") our coaches and shooters need to be aware of the recent update. Also, when conducting inspections and visits, keep a sharp eye out for folks using an outdated version of the rule book. IMPORTANT -- No Cadet will install, remove, or fill the CO2 air rifle cylinders.

During attempts to match CO2 canisters to particular weapons there may be material failures in the CO2 canisters. The installation instruction outlined in the Daisy Avanti operators manual are proper installation procedures and it emphasizes to users; do not over tighten the cylinders. Follow these procedures to the letter, during the removal process the CO2 canister brass threading and check valve fitting may back off the CO2 canister and remain in the weapon.

Recommend units initially seat canisters to the proper weapon prior to filling them with CO2. Use liquid correction fluid to create a torque seal line on each canister so you can visibly inspect canisters during removal to create a visible safety check procedure to insure fittings are remaining properly sealed.

Inspections

The range inspection checklist is posted in Training and Operations under marksmanship. This checklist will be used as part of the command interest portion of the inspection. There are no inspection points associated with this area of inspection. The checklist will be added to CCR 145-8-3.

Storage/Security for ROTC and JROTC Units

  1. For authorization of storage racks, refer to CTA 50-909. PBO/MPC/MPS forwards requisitions to the supplying agency for the appropriate storage racks. Dummy drill rifles (i.e., M1903, M1, M16, etc.) and air rifles are pilferable items; therefore, use storage requirements as appropriate for pilferable items. JROTC units ensure the storage of dummy rifles and air rifles behind locked doors (including closet or separate room; individual student locker does not qualify) with other government property.
  2. Security. Rifle caliber .22 and higher will be stored IAW AR 190-11. Dummy rifles and air rifles will be secured under the "double lock" system.

Safety Information Involving Weapons on School Campuses.

JROTC SAFETY ALERT - Weapons on School Campuses (.pdf)

Rappel Tower Inspection Criteria

Rappel Tower Inspection Criteria (.pdf)

Heat and Stress Safety

Risk Assessment Worksheet (Short) (.doc)

Risk Assessment Worksheet (Long) (.doc)

JROTC Summer Safety Letter (.pdf)

JROTC Leaders' Heat Injury Prevention Program (.ppt)

Safety and Composite Risk Management Philosophy (.tif)

Heat Sticker (.pdf)

Heat Injury Controls (.pdf)

Heat Stress Card (.pdf)

Water Consumption in Heat (.pdf)

Other Safety Items

Suicide Prevention (.ppt)
Cold Weather Injury Prevention (.ppt)
DA Form 7566 Composite Risk Management (.pdf)

Off-Duty Safety Awareness Presentation:

Download the presentation from this link: Off-Duty Safety Awareness Presentation 2016 to view the slide show: Off-Duty Safety Awareness Presentation. This is the updated Off-Duty Safety Awareness campaign from the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center. Request every JROTC Instructor review the materials and observe safety rules, procedures, and guidelines to ensure safety is a part of everything Instructors and Cadets participate in.