Course Descriptions & Sequences

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Course Sequences

The AFJROTC program at the Arlington Career Center follows a block schedule, therefore students must be concurrently enrolled in a sequence (see below). Students complete one sequence per year, and have the opportunity to complete a total of 3 sequences total.

Sequence 1

Air Force Junior ROTC I
Prerequisite: Students must be least 14 years of age and concurrently enrolled in AFJROTC II

The focus of AFJROTC is to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. This is accomplished through development of self-discipline, respect, customs & courtesies, character, integrity, service and leadership. Enrollment in AFROTC does not obligate a student to military service. AFJROTC courses include Aviation History, Leadership, Global Studies, Space Exploration, Cadet Health and Wellness, and Management of the Cadet Corps. As a I and II level cadet, students will learn about dynamic followership, teamwork and professionalism and will be assigned to positions in the cadet squadron.

Air Force Junior ROTC II
Prerequisite(s): Students must be least 14 years of age, comply with USAF grooming and concurrently enrolled in AFJROTC I

The focus of AFJROTC is to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. This is accomplished through thedevelopment of self-discipline, respect, customs & courtesies, character, integrity, service and leadership. Enrollment in AFROTC does not obligate a student to military service. AFJROTC courses include Aviation History, Leadership, Global Studies, Space Exploration, Cadet Health and Wellness, and Management of the Cadet Corps. As a I and II level cadet, students will learn about dynamic followership, teamwork and professionalism and will be assigned to positions in the cadet squadron.

Sequence 2

Air Force Junior ROTC III
Prerequisite(s): Completion of AFJROTC I & II, compliance with USAF grooming standards and concurrently enrolled in AFJROTC IV

The focus of AFJROTC is to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. This is accomplished through development of self-discipline, respect, customs & courtesies, character, service, integrity, service and leadership. Enrollment in AFJROTC does not obligate a student to military service. AFJROTC classes include AviationHistory, Leadership, Global Studies, Space Exploration, Cadet Health and Wellness, Management of the Cadet Corps. As a III and IV level cadet, students will learn about leadership and be assigned leadership positions in the cadet squadron.

Air Force Junior ROTC IV
Prerequisite(s): Completion of AFJROTC I & II, compliance with USAF grooming standards, and concurrently enrolled in AFJROTC III

The focus of AFJROTC is to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. This is accomplished through development of self-discipline, respect, customs & courtesies, character, service, integrity, service and leadership. Enrollment in AFJROTC does not obligate a student to military service. AFJROTC courses include Aviation History, Leadership, Global Studies, Space Exploration, Cadet Health and wellness, Management of Cadet Corps. As a III and IV level cadet, students will learn about leadership and be assigned leadership positions in the cadet squadron.