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Air Force Recruiter: Air Force ROTC
Air Force ROTC is the Reserve Officer Training
Corps program of the United States
Air Force in colleges to recruit and educate the commissioned
officers. Air Force ROTC is an elective part of the college curriculum
and interested students can enroll for the same. They are later
absorbed into the United States Air Force.
ROTC classes are available at over 600 US Colleges and universities.
Courses range from aviation, nursing, medicine, dentistry, veterinary
medicine, chemistry, engineering, public relations, finance, law,
intelligence, psychology, transportation and many more. The focuses
are on developing the leadership qualities, problem-solving abilities,
planning strategies and instill the professional ethics so that
the students are able to meet the challenges of the world. They
can also later have a say in shaping the Army’s future as
an officer in the United States Army.
To enroll in a Air Force ROTC program the individual should be
a US citizen of over 17 years of age. He/she should have an excellent
academic record and be ready to appear for the SAT or ACT in the
month of November of the same year. Enrolling in the course is
not a commitment to serve in the United States Army unless he/she
receives and avails the scholarship
for the course.
Army ROTC, the single largest source of scholarship money in
the US, offers tuition and fees up to $68,000, annual living expenses
up to $4,000 plus an annual allowance for books to thousands of
needy students. The 2, 3 or 4 years scholarship is strictly on
merit and the family financial status is not a point for consideration.
High school seniors could get a three or 4 year advanced designee
scholarship while college freshmen could get a three-year scholarship.
Such cadets need to enter into a contract to serve the United
States Army for a certain decided period.
Selected ROTC candidates can serve part time in the United States
Army Reserve or National Guard and pursue a civilian career at
the same time. Army and Air Force students are cadets and Navy
students of either sex are midshipmen.