Attachment 7-1 AUTHORIZED AIR FORCE JROTC BADGES/INSIGNIA/ PINS
Attachment 7-1 AUTHORIZED AIR FORCE JROTC BADGES/INSIGNIA/ PINS AEF BADGE (OLD) AEF BADGE (NEW) Marksmanship Shield Cyber Patriot Badge (Choose one only. Follow APT placement criteria. May NOT wear Marksmanship Shield and a Marksmanship Badge)
(Choose one. Placed directly underneath ribbons. May NOT wear Marksmanship Shield and Marksmanship Badge) Badges/Insignia/Pins not listed here are unauthorized (Exception: Section 7.2.10) Attachment 7-2 AIR FORCE JROTC RANK INSIGNIA CADET OFFICER RANK SECOND LIEUTENANT FIRST LIEUTENANT CAPTAIN
MAJOR LIEUTENANT COLONEL COLONEL NOTE: Cadet Officer rank used is either cloth epaulet or collar rank, depending on specific uniform worn. CADET ENLISTED RANK AIRMAN BASIC: NO RANK INSIGNIA AIRMAN NOTE: Cadet Enlisted rank used is small collar rank only, regardless of uniform worn
Rank insignia not listed here is unauthorized. The First Sergeant device is not authorized. Attachment 7-3 CADET MALE HEADGEAR SERVICE CAP (Officer Only) Centered Service Caps with a different insignia than shown above require an approved waiver through HQ AFJROTC. See Section 7.8. FLIGHT CAP* (Officer and Enlisted) 1 * Enlisted Ranks will have no hat insignia on the flight cap.
Attachment 7-4 CADET FEMALE HEADGEAR SERVICE CAP (Officer Only) Centered Service Caps with a different insignia than shown above require an approved waiver through HQ AFJROTC. See Section 7.8. FLIGHT CAP* (Officer and Enlisted) 1 * Enlisted Ranks will have no hat insignia on the flight cap. Attachment 7-5 CADET ABU Male and Female
1. Unit patch (optional). If worn, will be placed on right pocket and centered. (AF Funds may not be used to procure unit patches.) 2. Last Name and AFJROTC tapes (mandatory). Tapes are grounded and centered on pockets. Name tape only may be held with velcro to enable reuse/reissue to a different cadet. 3. Grade insignia (officer or enlisted) (mandatory). Will be worn on the left and right collars, centered on collar and parallel with bottom of collar. Airman Basic have no collar insignia. 4. AFJROTC patch: WHITE patch only (mandatory). Will be worn on left pocket and centered. Attachment 7-6 CADET LIGHTWEIGHT BLUE JACKET Centered halfway See Note 7 1 1 Drawing
to scale (Picture Not not To Scale) NOTE: The epaulet rank is no longer authorized on the lightweight blue jacket. Attachment 7-7 CADET MALE SERVICE DRESS Drawing not to scale Center 3 inches below bottom of name tag Large medals may be worn on the Service Dress coat only, directly under ribbon rack and only during special events (as determined by SASI) , not during regular weekly uniform days. Attachment 7-8 Large medals may be worn on the Service Dress coat only, directly under ribbon rack and
only during special events (as determined by SASI) , not during regular weekly uniform days. Attachment 7-9 CADET MALE BLUE SHIRT Note 10 Note 11 Note 12 Attachment 7-10 CADET FEMALE BLUE SHIRT Note 9 Note 5 Note 4 Note 10 Drawing not to scale 1.Name Tag: Mandatory wear. Blue Plastic with white letters. Without ribbons: centered on right side, parallel to ground and
within 1 inches higher/lower than topmost exposed button. With Ribbons: Even with bottom row of ribbons, centered on right side, parallel to ground and within 1 inches higher/lower than topmost exposed button. 2.Awareness presentation badge. See Note 16 3.Unit Patch. Centered on sleeve and to 1 inch below shoulder seam. 4.Shoulder Tab (Metal or cloth). Centered between unit patch and shoulder seam. If no patch, then 1 inch below shoulder seam. 5.Kitty Hawk Air Society Badge. See Note 16. 6.Aerospace Education Foundation (AEF) See Note 16. 7.Distinguished Cadet Badge. See Note 16. 8. Enlisted grade insignia worn on both left and right collar, centered side to side and top to bottom with torch points pointing toward bottom tip of collar. 9. Officer rank: cloth on epaulet only. Place rank as close as possible to shoulder seam. 10. Flight Solo or Flight Certificate Badge. See Note 16. 11. Ground School Badge. See Note 16. 12.Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) Wings. See Note 16. 13.AFJROTC Patch. Center on sleeve to 1 inch below shoulder seam. 14.Model Rocketry Badge. See Note 16. 15.Ribbons. Centered on left side. Bottom of ribbons is aligned with bottom of name tag. 16.First badge is centered inch above name tag or ribbons (as appropriate).
AFJROTC Patch (mandatory). Velcro attached Unit patch (optional). Velcro attached. If no unit patch is used, then leave the area blank. American Flag Patch (optional ). Velcro attached. If no American Flag patch is used, then leave the area blank. Cadet Rank and Cadet Name (mandatory). Velcro attached. *Flight Suits are authorized only for those cadets currently enrolled in or that have successfully completed Aviation Honors Ground School. *Flight suits, rank/name and unit patches are purchased and maintained with non-AF Funds.
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