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Why Take Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC)?


In our program you can become a more confident and self-disciplined citizen and leader. You will be provided many opportunities to observe, participate, and lead.  All classes are taught by instructors who themselves are Air Force leaders. You will be challenged through our academics, physical training, and drill and ceremonies core program elements. All Cadets will be issued an AFJROTC Uniform and Physical Training uniform, which are worn once per week. Grooming standards are enforced and as such haircuts may be required to maintain Air Force standards. Air Force Instruction 36-2903 (Dress and Appearance Standards) will be strictly enforced.


We offer five courses. The first, "A Journey Into Aviation History" presents flight development through the ages. Next, "Science of Flight" studies aircraft, the atmosphere, and human requirements for flight. Then, "Space Exploration" covers the solar system and space flight. Finally, in our two upper-level courses, you manage the AFJROTC organization (must meet prerequisites and invited by the Aerospace Science Instructors to enroll). These courses are coupled with lessons in "Survival" and "Management". Additionally, we conduct a summer leadership school for selected cadets who aspire to be in our Officer ranks.


Drill (marching) and Physical Training (PT) are core components along side weekly uniform wear. Each cadet is required to participate in ALL  areas of the AFJROTC program and give their best efforts in ALL program areas. Please review our "Cadet Handbook" (Guide) to help you understand more about Fike's AFJROTC program.


We keep our program action-packed. Each semester we plan field trips and curriculum in action events. Our drill teams (unarmed, armed, and color guard) and Raider Teams (Fitness) travel to competitions. The rocket club blasts rockets into the atmosphere. Our award programs recognize outstanding performers and cadet leadership (staff members) develop, plan, organized, and execute socializing events such as our Military Ball, drill practices, and community service. 


You are not required to commit to or join the US Armed Forces to take AFJROTC courses. Our program affords opportunities to apply and compete for college scholarships. Also, increased monthly pay is available to students who complete two or more courses and enlist in the US Armed Forces (as determined by each branch of service; see a recruiter for current details)


Talk it over with your friends, parents, and advisor (counselor). Ask our experienced cadets what they think about our program. If you think Fike's AFJROTC has something to offer you, see the aerospace science instructors for details.  


Mission Statement


The Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is an organization dedicated to building citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. 


 Core Values ("The Little Blue Book")


-  Integrity First


-  Service Before Self


-  Excellence in all We Do


Honor Code


-  I will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do.


AFJROTC Cadet Creed


-  I am an Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadet


-  I am connected and faithful to my community and nation.


-  I uphold the Air Force Core Values of Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do.


-  I will always conduct myself to bring credit to my family, school, Corps of Cadets, community, and to myself.


-  My character defines me.  I will not lie, cheat, or steal. 


-  I am accountable for my actions and deeds.


-  I will hold others accountable for their actions as well.


-  I am a Leader and a Wingman devoted to those I follow, serve and lead.  



Class Schedule


1st Semester                    2nd Semester


-  Block 1:  Aero 3                  -  Block 1:  Aero 4


-  Block 2:  Aero 1                  -  Block 2:  Aero 1


-  Block 3:  Planning               -  Block 3:  Planning


-  Block 4:  Aero 5                  -  Block 4:  Aero 2


Quick Links 

Cadet Guide

AFJROTC Ribbon Bar Builder   

AFJROTC Official Website

Air Force Instruction 36-2903 for Dress and Appearance information




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