Air Force ROTC offers the professional minded student a highly rewarding opportunity to be part of the finest aerospace power in the world! AFROTC will demand integrity, academic dedication and a commitment to overall excellence! You will live the college life while working towards your commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force; while completing a baccalaureate degree.
You will learn how to manage your time as well as develop better followership and leadership skills needed in any venture. Most AFROTC coursework can be applied toward minor requirements in your academic program. You will learn to work as a part of a team, practice and develop your leadership skills, and satisfaction of mission accomplishment together with your entire team.
This cannot be learned overnight but is developed through academic classes, physical training sessions, and a leadership laboratory.
AFROTC is an excellent way to complement your college lifestyle without dominating it. You will still have time for a job, to join a sorority/fraternity or join other social clubs. Interested? Contact the Recruiting Flight Commander, Captain James Parham at 850-473-7755 or email@example.com.
Det 014 - All Aces, No Jokers, Gamblers Never Fold!
Current as of 7 May 2013
"This official U.S. Government Internet site is provided as a public service by Air Force ROTC Detachment 014, the University of South Alabama and the University of West Florida. It is intended for use by the public for viewing and retrieving information only. Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on this service are strictly prohibited and are punishable under the rules of this University, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986, and other state and federal laws. Unless otherwise indicated, all information on this system is public information and is available to copy or distribute. Use of this system constitutes consent to security testing and monitoring. The views expressed in educational research, studies, analysis or commentary are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the U.S. Air Force, Department of Defense, U.S. Government, or the University of South Alabama or the University of West Florida."