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  • Retiring soon? Consider making positive impact on youth through AFJROTC

    After a successful military career, many dedicated Air Force leaders find it difficult to hang-up the uniform for good. Our military lifestyle of team work, discipline, dedication, hard work, and the experience of living our core values are ingrained into who we are.
  • AFJROTC cadets attend Gen. Franks’ leadership program

    Two Air Force JROTC cadets from Utah were selected to attend the Four Star Leadership with General Tommy Franks program held in Hobart, Oklahoma, July 9-15, 2016.Cadets Cole Cutner and Jack Wright from Dixie High School, St. George, Utah, were among only 67 U.S. and international students selected to attend the weeklong leadership camp. Students
  • AFJROTC cadets attend Gen. Franks’ leadership program

    Two Air Force JROTC cadets from Utah were selected to attend the Four Star Leadership with General Tommy Franks program held in Hobart, Oklahoma, July 9-15, 2016.
  • AMC general visits AFJROTC summer leadership course

    . The director of operations for Air Mobility Command recently visited more than 240 Air Force JROTC cadets taking part in a summer cadet leadership course in West Virginia.Maj. Gen. Jerry Martinez was the guest speaker and reviewing official for the graduation parade for the “Mountaineer Cadet Officer Leadership School,” comprising of 18 JROTC
  • Air Force JROTC unit wins 2016 Joint Service Academic Bowl Championship

    A team of four Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from California bested thousands of other competitors from across the globe to win top honors in the 2016 JROTC Joint Service Academic Bowl Championship, held in Washington, D.C., June 25-27.The cadets from the Scripps Ranch High School AFJROTC unit in San Diego entered the first round of preliminary
  • Air Force JROTC partners up with AFA for StellarXplorer competition

    The Air Force Association is striving to increase participation in their third annual StellarXplorers competition this tear by teaming up with the Air Force Junior Reserves Officer Training Corps headquarters. The new partnership will introduce the event to almost four times as many students compared to previous years. The StellarXplorer
  • South Carolina AFJROTC unit receives record number of AFROTC scholarships

    Air Force ROTC recently awarded scholarships to seven Air Force JROTC cadets at Clover High School, South Carolina, a new record for the school. “That’s nearly one-third of my senior class,” said retired Maj. Brian Batson during a recent interview with the local newspaper The Herald. “You could tell this class was special when they started with us
  • South Carolina AFJROTC unit receives record number of AFROTC scholarships

    Air Force ROTC recently awarded scholarships to seven Air Force JROTC cadets at Clover High School, South Carolina, a new record for the school."That's nearly one-third of my senior class," said retired Maj. Brian Batson during a recent interview with the local newspaper The Herald. "You could tell this class was special when they started with us
  • Airmen support underrepresented youth at Tuskegee aviation event

    The Air Force supported the cultivation of a diverse force by taking part in the Legacy Flight Academy's "Eyes Above the Horizon" program Dec. 5, 2015, at the Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site Museum, Tuskegee, Alabama.The Eyes Above the Horizon is an outreach program that familiarizes underrepresented youth from the ages of 11-18 with
  • N.M. AFJROTC cadets soar to space

    "How cool! You can see the curvature of the earth!" is a comment repeated by students ranging from 4th grade to high school seniors in the Albuquerque Public School District while viewing images and examining their real-world science results.This is the reaction APS and the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps unit at Valley High School
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