Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp (AFJROTC) - VA-20052

  • AIM HIGH! FLY! FIGHT! WIN! 

    Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.

    Goals
    Instill values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and sense of accomplishment.

    Personnel and Resources

    The AFJROTC staff includes 31 headquarters’ personnel and more than 1,910 retired Air Force officer and enlisted military instructors. There are about 890 Air Force Junior ROTC units with more than 120,000 cadets in high schools across the United States and select Department of Defense Dependent Schools in Europe and the Pacific as well as public schools in Puerto Rico and Guam. The Air Force plans to continue expansion efforts to 955 units by 2020 when funds are available, with expected enrollment of over 135,000 cadets.

    Organization
    Air Force JROTC is not a recruiting tool for the military services and those students who participate in AFJROTC do not incur any obligation to the Air Force. 

    Objectives
    The objectives of Air Force Junior ROTC are to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship and life skills; promote community service; instill a sense responsibility; develop character and self-discipline through education and instruction in air and space fundamentals and the Air Force’s core values of “integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.” 



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  • Stafford County Parks & Rec Bicycle Rodeo
    @ Curtis Park

    PENDING NSHS APPROVAL & SCPS TRANSPORTATION AVAILABILITY

    Community Service -- Permission Slips available in Downloadable Files.

    Volunteer must be approved by Cadet Staff and MSgt Mendoza.

    Report Bus Ramp 07:00, 1 June

    UOD: PT Shorts & T shirt, white socks, athletic shoes, & JROTC Ball Cap

    Board Bus & Depart a/a 07:30 for Curtis Park, Fredericksurg VA

    Return to Stafford a/a 2: 30 p.m.
    for lunch at McDonalds Shelton Shop/GarriSavesonville Rd.


     

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  • PROJECT POSSUM MICROGRAVITY FLIGHT RESEACH CAMPAIGN 2018

     

    Critical Dates

     

    May 15, 2019 (midnight EDT): NORTH STAFFORD PROPOSAL SUBMITTED


    June, 2019: Winners are notified to continue with design and fabrication of payloads.

    July 10, 2019: Payloads are shipped to Integrated Spaceflight Services.

    July – October 2019: Hardware Preparedness Period

    October 14-18, 2019: Flight dates

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  • MCOLS 2019

    BROCHURE & NEW CADET HANDBOOK

    now in Calendar & Downloadable Files.

    MCOLS 2019


     

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  • MCOLS 2019 Supply List

    See Downloadable Files

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  • MCOLS 2019 INFO & MEETING SCHEDULE

     

    The next three cadet-parent-instructors' meetings follow, with specific dates TBD:

    Meeting 2 CHANGED from 7 Mar to 28 Mar

    Meeting 2 Permission Slips & Tuition Due



    •   11 APR: Meeting 3  Uniform Measurements/Issue; MCOLS Prep

    •   9 MAY; Meeting 3 Uniform Check--Hanging Travel Bag issued, packed and stored.

    •   6 JUN; Meeting 4 MOBAG Drag--
      all required items and equipment inspected.
      The MOBAG(s) will contain all items per the MCOLS Cadet Handbook Checklists.

    • Hanging Bag and "MOBAGS" will be secured in the Cadet Activity Room.

    • Personal /carry-on bags will be the responsilbity of the cadet and will be carried onto the bus upon departure for MCOLS.
    • The field trip has been approved by SCPS, and we now have 20 MCOLS slots.

      3 reserved for returning Cadre Cadets
      9 re cadets have turned in completed forms
      8 slots are still open for qualified applicants

      The priority is to take cadets who have never attended, though we will take at least three MCOLS-veterans as cadre-selects, Cadets Echevarria, Glenn and Panjshiri.

    • Currently, there are many cadets who have indicated interest in attending MCOLS, so the first 20 qualified cadets are "go" status and the remaining are "standby."

    • Any "go" cadet who resigns the slot or fails to meet the requirements below will be changed to "standby," and a qualified standby cadet will advance to "go" status.

    • IF we receive more slots, such as five more for example--then they will be advanced to  "go" status.

    • All candidates must complete or meet the following steps/standards:

      • Turn in a fully completed MCOLS Permission Package NLT 28 March
      • Pay or make arrangemenst for the $225 Tuition Fee   NLT 28 March
        (online NSHS or make checks to NSHS; write “MCOLS & cadet last name in memo).
      • Participate in 85% of MCOLS and PT training sessions.
      • Be able to march and/or lead the 30-Step Drill sequence.
      • Achieve the recommended PFT scores: 
        •                              FEMALES         MALES

        • 1 Mile Run               11:00        9:30

        • Sit-Ups (1 min.)           25           25

        • Push Ups                      11           20

        • Shuttle Run (sec.)     12.5          11

        • V-Sit Reach                1.25"       .25"

      • Procure all REQUIRED items IAW MCOLS Cadet Handbook, Ch. 8.
      • Be issued and have altered as necessary all required UNIFORM items IAW MCOLS Cadet Handbook, Chapter 8.
      • Maintain positive GPA, outstanding dress and appearance standards, and uphold the Cadet Creed behavior standards.
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2018-2019 High School Program of Studies

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