Air Force JROTC Leadership Courses

  • <strong>YEAR ONE: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Aviation History</strong>

    YEAR ONE: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Aviation History


    A one-credit course which focuses on the development of flight throughout the centuries from ancient civilization to modern day. The course is also focuses on learning the value of elements of good citizenship and Air Force organizational structure, including uniform wear, military traditions, fitness, and individual self-control.



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  • <strong>YEAR TWO: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Science of Flight </strong>

    YEAR TWO: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Science of Flight


    A one-credit course designed to acquaint students with the aerospace environment, the human requirements of flight, principles of aircraft flight, and principles of navigation.


    Students learn basic navigation including map reading, course plotting, and the effects of wind. Students will also apply basic communication, decision-making, personal interactions, managerial, and organizational skills.



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  • <strong>YEAR THREE: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Exploration of Space</strong>

    YEAR THREE: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Exploration of Space


    A one-credit course designed to provide students with an advanced study of space exploration; issues that are critical to travel in the upper atmosphere, including unmanned satellites, trajectories, space probes, and guidance and control systems; and major milestones.


    Students will also apply basic communication, decision-making, personal-interactional, managerial, and organizational skills.



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  • <strong>YEAR FOUR: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Cultural Studies</strong>

    YEAR FOUR: Air Force JROTC Leadership and Cultural Studies


    A one-credit course designed to provide students with an increased international awareness and insight into foreign affairs; an understanding of European, Middle Eastern, South and East Asian, African, and Latin American cultures; and an enhanced knowledge of America’s interest and role in the world. Students apply prior leadership theory through hands-on practices and experiences.

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