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AFROTC Instructions & Program Resources

Cadet Operations

This instruction provides guidance for cadet operations in order to execute the AFROTC mission: Develop Quality Leaders for the Air Force.

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Cadet Training Programs

The AFROTC curriculum is the principal instrument by which AFROTC cadets are educated, motivated, and trained for Air Force commissioned service (required by U.S.C. Title 10). This instruction and T-700, Holm Center Training Manual (HCTM), describe how education and training programs are conducted.

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America's Air Force - A Profession of Arms

First, we must understand that our chosen profession is that of a higher calling, in which we hold ourselves to higher standards. To serve proudly and capably, our commitment to our cause must be unbreakable; it must be bonded in our mutual respect for each other.

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AFROTC Planned Academic Program

The academic plan is designed to ensure each applicant meets graduation and program completion requirements in a realistic manner while maintaining two years in the POC.  A sound, realistic academic plan is critical to ensuring academic success, is the source document for a cadet’s projected graduation date, and guides the cadet and detachment staff to that graduation.

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AIR FORCE MISSION

The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win—in air, space and cyberspace.


AIR FORCE ROTC MISSION

Air Force ROTC's mission is to develop quality leaders for the Air Force.

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Last Updated: 2/27/17