Leadership Development is at the core of the Air Force ROTC program. And while we emphasize physical training, academics and discipline, the cadets find time to have fun.
Detachment 027 embraces the Air Force tradition of supporting our fellow Airmen. The cadet wing has a strong mentorship program and mandates counseling and other support functions for academic and physical success within the chain of command. Once enrolled, cadets find strong bonds in Air Force ROTC, more than with sports teams, clubs, sororities, or fraternities.
Detachment Cadre and Cadet Wing leadership demand ALL cadets assume responsibility for one another’s well being. It’s an extremely rewarding feeling to know you’re not alone when struggling in new surroundings and intense studies while in college.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is a scholarship required to be a member of Air Force ROTC? Accordion Closed
Where do Det 027 cadets originate from? Accordion Closed
What majors do Det 027 cadets pursue? Accordion Closed
Cadets pursue all kinds of majors at NAU and CCC.
Are uniforms and books provided? Accordion Closed
Are there other AFROTC-related activities which I can participate in? Accordion Closed
Air Force ROTC strives to provide you with a wide variety of professional and social activities. The program offers many optional activities for students and cadets to participate in, including:
- Arnold Air Society
- Silver Wings
- Civil Air Patrol
- Color Guard
- Drill Team
- Military Dining Events (formal and informal) and BBQs
- Base Visits
- Incentive flights
- Project Go
When do I have to wear my uniform? Accordion Closed
All cadets that have been issued uniforms and meet requirements will be required to wear the appropriate uniform to PT, AS, and LLAB classes and wear their uniform during the day on Thursdays.
What is Field Training? Accordion Closed
What is Leadership Lab? Accordion Closed
Do I have to live in a specific dorm? Accordion Closed
If I join ROTC do I have to join the Air Force? Accordion Closed
Is this a “guy” only thing? Accordion Closed
Can cadets be in a fraternity/sorority or play sports? Accordion Closed
Detachment newsletters- The Eagle
For additional information, please visit the national Air Force ROTC website.