• AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC

    JROTC

     

    1. To Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. The objectives of JROTC is to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship, promote community service, instill responsibility, character, and self-discipline, and provide instruction in air and space fundamentals. The AFJROTC program is grounded in Air Force core values of integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do. The curriculum emphasizes the Air Force heritage and traditions, the development of flight, applied flight sciences, military aerospace policies, and space exploration.
    1. Instructors:

    SASI: Major Glenwood Barbee (Ret)

    ASI: Senior Master Sergeant William Ethridge (Ret)

    1. Command Staff
      1. Group Commander – C/Lt Col Leslie Santiago
      2. Deputy Group Commander – C/Maj Miguel Gimenez
      3. Inspector General – C/Maj Andrea Pineda
      4. Executive Officer – C/1st Lt Xavier Bettencourt
      5. Financial Comptroller – C/1st Lt Mariana Dos Santos
      6. Special Projects Officer – C/1st Lt Aiden Sullivan
      7. Senior Enlisted Advisor – C/1st Lt Emyla Henry
      8. Operations Squadron Commander – C/1st Lt Jayden Aquino
      9. Mission Support Squadron Commander – C/Maj Juan Reyes
      10. Logistics Squadron Commander – C/1st Lt Adriela Rodriguez
    2. Practices are hosted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with Staff Meetings every two weeks on Thursday.
    3. Club Pertinent Information: N/A
    4. Attend meetings, practices, and fulfill given responsibilities
    5. Dues: N/A
    6. Parades, Competitions, Leadership Development field trips, academic bowls, model rocketry/Model Airplane
    7. Benefits
      1. Understand the need for national security, authority, and military in a democracy.
      2. Develop patriotism.
      3. Develop habits of order and discipline using the military training model.
      4. Develop strong morals, self-reliance, self-esteem, leadership, and communication skills.
      5. Be familiar with the aerospace age, doctrine, and career opportunities.
      6. Be familiar with military customs, courtesies, and traditions.
      7. Graduate from high school and pursue higher education or vocational goals.
      8. Develop social skills and values and adhere to the Cadet Code of Conduct and Honor Code.
      9. Participate in community service activities.