Who is the commander of Afrotc?

Who is the commander of Afrotc?

Lieutenant Colonel Brian W. Capps
Lieutenant Colonel Brian W. Capps is the Commander and Professor of Aerospace Studies Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) Detachment 030, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

What are the ranks in Afrotc?

Cadet Wing

Cadet Fourth Class C/4C AS100
Cadet First Lieutenant C/1st Lt POC
Cadet Captain C/Capt POC
Cadet Major C/Maj POC
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel C/Lt Col POC

How many Afrotc cadets are there?

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps comprises 145 detachments with more than 1,100 associated cross-town universities, four regional headquarters and a higher headquarters staff located at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. In 2018, AFROTC commissioned more than 1,800 second lieutenants into the U.S. Air Force.

What is a good GPA for Air Force ROTC?

Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a high school diploma or the equivalent. Score at least 1240 on the math and evidence-based reading and writing portions of the SAT or get an ACT composite score of 26. Complete the Air Force Physical Fitness Assessment (sit-ups, push-ups, 1.5-mile run)

What does AFROTC stand for?

AFROTC stands for Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. Suggest new definition. This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories: Military and Government.

How does AFROTC work?

The Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, or ROTC, is a program that allows airmen to attend school and are commissioned as second lieutenants upon graduation. The Air Force offers ROTC scholarships for periods of one to four years. The scholarships cover some or all of the student’s tuition and students receive a monthly stipend…

Who is the chief of Staff in the Air Force?

The current Chief of Staff of the Air Force is General David L. Goldfein.

What is reserve officer training?

Reserve Officer Training Corps. The Reserve Officer Training Corps, or ROTC, is a four-year education program that trains candidates to become officers for the Army Reserve while attending college.