The Mission of Air Force JROTC is: to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. Now more than ever is when our cadets can and will shine. It is time to put the leadership education you each have learned throughout your time in AFJROTC whether it is your first year or your fourth year you are looked upon as leaders in your community! Additionally, you have each been taught life skills such as having a positive attitude and today and the days that lie ahead you need to continue to have a positive attitude as your charisma will not only help you it will help your friends and family. Lastly, you have each been taught personal responsibility which you will need to look deep into yourselves to create schedules for each day that are filled with enrichment activities; helping your younger siblings; and making time for yourselves -- perhaps go for a walk or a run to get some fresh air!
As of 3/18/2002 the Military Ball has been canceled per AFJROTC Headquarters.
If you weren't already aware the Bataan Death March and the Build-A-Bed have been postponed.
MA-771 Annual Awards:
Air Commando Association AFJROTC award is open to Sophomores and Juniors to apply
To be a nominee for this award, a one-page essay highlighting a historical Air Force Special Operations Mission is required. In addition, nominee must possess the thirteen critical attributes of success: Integrity, Self-Motivation, Intelligence, Self-Discipline, Perseverance, Adaptability, Maturity, Judgment, Selflessness, Leadership, Skilled, Physical Fitness and Family Strength. 2 Cadets will be chosen by Lt Col St. Laurent for this award.
*****Essay needs to be shared with Lt Col St. Laurent NLT 27 March 2019*****
Drill Team/Honor Guard:
- Spend a minimum of 30 minutes a day practicing drill movements (in the mirror if possible)
- Stay physically fit -- try to work out 20 minutes a day
Motivational Speech: General McRaven's If You Want to Change the World: