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  • About Air Force Junior ROTC

    Welcome to Air Force Junior ROTC. The mission of Air Force Junior ROTC is to "Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community." Air Force Junior ROTC is not an USAF accessions program and cadets are never under any obligation to join the military. Air Force

  • Prospective Instructors

    The success of Air Force Junior ROTC would not be possible without the expertise and dedication of the more than 1,600 retired Airmen who serve as Aerospace Science Instructors.

  • Parents and Educators

    Prospective Air Force Junior ROTC Family Prospective Air Force Junior ROTC Family, Thank you for considering Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) for your loved one. AFJROTC is an incredible program and our mission is “To develop

  • Unlocking Futures: Air Force Junior ROTC’s J-100 Scholarship Program

    Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC announced the winners of its J-100 “Character-in-Leadership” Scholarship Program, providing recipients four years of 100% paid tuition at any university with an Air Force ROTC detachment. This is the fourth year of the program, which continues to

  • Flight Academy

    The Air Force JROTC Flight Academy is an approximately 8-week summer aviation training program, conducted at partnering universities nationwide. Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded a Private Pilot’s Certification.

  • Air Force Junior ROTC Flight Academy Helps Turn Dreams to Reality

    Cadet Maria Hall is a fifth-year senior majoring in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University. An active member of the Corps of Cadets, Hall continues to pursue her passion to become an Air Force fighter pilot, a dream she’s had since she was 11 years old.Having participated in Air

  • J-100 Scholarship Information

    The J-100 AFJROTC Character-in-Leadership Scholarship program provides 100 cadets a full scholarship with benefits.· Four years of 100% paid tuition at any university, or crosstown partner, with an AFROTC detachment· A $10,000 per-year allowance for university-owned/on-campus housing· An annual book

  • Leadership Development Requirements

    Air Force Junior ROTC cadets across the nation dedicate countless hours to their unit’s drill team. Drill Team participation is used as a means of instilling discipline and esprit de corps, and continues to be one of the finest methods for developing confidence and leadership abilities of