Air Force ROTC is a training program designed to prepare college students for leadership roles in the United States Air Force. Offered at colleges and universities across the United States, AFROTC teaches students about leadership, management, public speaking, the history of air power, the role of the military in today’s society, and many other subjects. Students enrolled in AFROTC take academic classes designed to teach the fundamentals of being an Air Force Officer.
Students also participate in Leadership Laboratory (Lead Lab) to give them hands on skills needed to succeed as an Air Force Officer. Lead Lab is run by cadets who set up the lesson plans, prepare the briefings, and execute the curriculum, with our staff to aid them along the way.
To begin your AFROTC experience at Detachment 590, contact our Unit Admissions Officer, Capt Steven Duckers, at (919) 962-2074 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also stop by and see him Monday through Friday 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM (year-round except on holidays) in Room 118 in the ROTC Armory, located at 221 South Columbia Street . Visit www.afrotc.com to obtain information and answers for frequently asked questions.