Welcome to Jefferson AFJROTC
One of America's Premier Air Force Junior ROTC Programs
Distinguished Unit Award Recipient Every Year Since 2003
AFJROTC Teachers Can Nominate Five Eligible Cadets to Each of the Service Academies
      • AFJROTC Mission:  Developing Citizens of Character
      • AFJROTC Motto:  Building Better Citizens For America
      • Our Vision:  To Become the Finest AFJROTC Program in the Nation
      • Our Motto:  Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship
      • Our Goal:   For Every Cadet to Continue Their Education After High School


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    MCOLS Prep

    MCOLS Preperation sessions will begin directly after school on May 24-26 from 3:00 to 4:30. It is HIGHLY recommended that all cadets who are attending MCOLS this summer attend the prep sessions. This will be a time to learn and/or review before attending the camp.


    Cadet Commanders

    Please read over the message from the Cadet Commander with your flight.


    Field Day

    The first annual JROTC Field Day will be this Saturday, May 7, from 9-12:30 pm. Cadets will be competing in track and field events against cadets from the JROTC program in Martinsburg. Those cadets who place first in any event will recieve a medal.

    Try-outs have been rescheduled for this Wednesday, May 4 during PT.

    Cadets participating in any field day event must wear their PT uniforms and must be at the track by 8:30 am. Track spikes are NOT permitted to be worn.


    There will be free admission to any other cadets, friends, family, or anyone else who would like to come and watch the events.



    The last uniform day for seniors will be on Wednesday, May 4th. Seniors may begin to turn their uniforms in on the following day, Thursday, May 5th.

    For all cadets who are not seniors, the last uniform day will be Wednesday, May 11th.

    For cadets who are not returning to ROTC next year, uniform returns will begin on Thursday, May 12.


    Blood Drive

    The Blood Drive will be on Friday, May 20. Sign-ups will be occurring the next two weeks. Any cadet who wants to donate blood may sign up outside of the cafeteria on all three lunch shifts. Any Senior who wishes to wear the Red Cross stole at graduation, and is not sure how many blood drives they participated in, must leave a note in the Kitty Hawk Commander's mailbox and he will respond to you shortly.  


     Senior Scholarships

    If you are a Senior and you would like to claim your $100 Senior scholarship, see Major Suydam for instructions.



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