Course Overview

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsAvailability
BYU: AEROS 305R
UVU: AERO 305R
Leadership Lab - Honor GuardBYU: 2.0
UVU: 1.0
Fall/Winter

Color guard

Course Description

The Color Guard section of AEROS 305R is designed to help achieve the Core Values of "Service before Self" and "Excellence in All We Do". This course will teach each proper display of the American Flag, and will give practical experience with military customs and courtesies, and flag ceremonies. Each cadet enrolled in the class will be expected to show competence in these procedures.

Course Objectives

  • 100% completion of colorguard details
  • Know proper flag ceremony procedures
  • Know and demonstrate proper protocol for display of the flag
  • Know and demonstrate military customs and courtesies, uniform wear, and military bearing
  • Know and demonstrate competence of basic marching commands, and effectively command a detail or flight through a drill sequence

Drill team

Course Description

This course is designed to instruct cadets in all aspects of Drill and Ceremonies (especially with rifles), Customs and Courtesies, and military professionalism and then allow the cadets to perfect the skills learned by continuous practice. Focus is given to preparing for drill competitions in the winter semester, most importantly the Southern California Invitational Drill Meet (SCIDM). However, this course also provides a rigorous training environment for cadets who are preparing for field training.

Course Objectives

Demonstrate proficiency in the following:

  • Standard unarmed drill (marching)
  • M-1 Garand rifle manual and advanced manual movements
  • Commanding a formation
  • Inspection procedures and expectations
  • Uniform wear and Customs and Courtesies
  • Warrior Knowledge