Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps

What is AFROTC?

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is a 4 year program in which students learn how to become an Air Force Officer. During these 4 years, cadets work together to not only learn valuable leadership skills, but also how to work in a team, think critically, and speak in front of others. To give a brief explanation of what the program is please watch this short video by the U.S. Air Force and Space Force Recruiting office:

 

Why join AFROTC?

The program keeps you physically fit, encourages good grades, and teaches life long leadership skills. You will make lots of life long friends in the program that will have the same motivations and dreams that you strive to reach. The program pushes you to get out of your comfort zone and try new things with no commitment during the first 2 years.  We foster a safe environment that looks to improve the next set of Air Force Officers.

 

What are the Air Force Core Values?

  • Integrity First
  • Service Before Self
  • Excellence In All We Do

The Air Force Core Values are the values that the Air Force instructs future officers to live by. They are a principle and a way of life that officers are supposed to fall back on in almost every situation. The first value, "Integrity First," promotes honesty and the ability to stay true to one's word. The second value, "Service Before Self," promotes prioritizing the completion of the mission at all costs. Finally, the third value, "Excellence In All We Do," promotes doing your best in any situation.