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Air Force ROTC

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Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is a three to four year program that prepares men and women to become officers in the United States Air Force while completing an undergraduate or graduate degree.

GMC is the first half of the program and allows students to tryout ROTC without any obligation. Cadets will learn about the foundations of the Air Force, customs and courtesies, and the development of air power.

POC covers the second half of the program and is available to cadets who have completed Field Training, (summer training for ROTC cadets), and have at least two years remaining towards completing their degree. POC cadets will learn leadership/management skills, national defense policy, and prepare for active duty. 

As an Air Force ROTC cadet, each semester you will attend a one credit hour class which meets once per week, putting into practice the leadership skills and management theory acquired in your ROTC academic class.