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Default Air Force Logo AFJROTC New Unit Application
Greetings, thank you for your interest in establishing an AFJROTC program!  Please read all of this thoroughly BEFORE you start a unit application. 1.  Q:  HOW DO I KNOW IF I’M READY TO OPEN A UNIT?HQ AFJROTC highly recommend you receive contingent approval from your school board, superintendent, district, etc. to ensure budget, curriculum credit,
0 7/31
2017
Default Air Force Logo All In
     General of the Air Force Henry H. Hap Arnold said, “We must think in terms of tomorrow.”  At Air University we do just that, tomorrow is our focus today.  Throughout America’s history we have seen numerous studies link the education of our children to national security.  One such report came in 2012 from the Council on Foreign Relations
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2017
Default Air Force Logo 30-Step Drill Sequence Guides
Here are some helpful guides executing to the 30-step drill sequence:30-Step_Drill_Sequence_Instructors_Booklet - Jul 2017.pdf 
0 7/07
2017
AF Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Shield AFJROTC Instructor Application
Greetings and thank you for your interest in AFJROTC Instructor Duty! Please read all of this thoroughly BEFORE you start an application.  Minimum requirements for anyone to start an application:1) Be fully retired from the Active Duty within 9 months, or be fully retired now from the ANG/AFRES. Note: For all applicants, you must be retired less
0 2/09
2017
Default Air Force Logo AFJROTC Instructor Hiring and Certification Process
Initial Application Process:  Before any person can be considered an applicant, they must have an approved application on file with HQ AFJROTC Instructor Management Division. The initial application process screens candidates for general suitability, including time since retirement, their service history, college degrees, meeting weight and body
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2017
Default Air Force Logo HQ AFJROTC Points of Contact
Director, HQ AFJROTC: DSN 493-7513 / (334) 953-7513Deputy Director/Ops: DSN 493-7513 / (334) 953-7513Chief, Support: DSN 493-1597 / (334) 953-1597Chief, Instructor Management: DSN 493-7742 / (334) 953-7742Instructor Application Questions: NCO: DSN: 493-5300 or 2535 / (334) 953-5300 or 2535 Officer: DSN: 493-7744
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2016
Default Air Force Logo AFJROTC Co-Curricular Activities
Drill TeamAFJROTC 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 cadets.  Units compete at local, state, regional and national
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Curriculum
One of the keys in the success of the AFJROTC program lies in its academic foundation. The curriculum is divided into three components — Aerospace Science, Leadership Education, and Health and Wellness. Each AFJROTC unit balances all three areas to meet the particular needs and abilities of their cadets.Cadets who complete three years of the
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Awards and Scholarships
AWARDSActs of bravery and heroism abound within the cadet corps. In the past, cadets have saved drowning victims, rescued victims from burning vehicles and buildings, and administered CPR and administered the Heimlich maneuver to save the life of others. In once instance, a young cadet leaped aboard a moving, driverless school bus, loaded with
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Being an AFJROTC Instructor
The success of AFJROTC would not be possible without the expertise and dedication of its Aerospace Science Instructors.Officer instructors are retired officers who have at least a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 20 years on active duty.  Over 90 percent of them have master’s degrees with backgrounds in teaching and many extensive experience
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2016
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