Author Archives: David Hedger
All cadets begin with a 100% grade. -10% deduction for: each missing uniform item, shoes not polished, stains, wrinkles, violation of grooming standards, unauthorized jewelry/nails, loss of bearing during inspection. NOTE: A gigline infraction is -5%, with no additional penalty … Continue reading
Cadets will set a donation goal, plan, market the event, find student donors, and help during this event. Any cadet who donates blood receive 1.5 hrs of Community Service.
AFJROTC will helped unload and set up a Christmas Tree lot (9-11 am), located at the Sherwin Williams store, (2432 Pruden Blvd, Suffolk, VA). Cadets will receive a meal after the event and at least 1.5 hours of community service. … Continue reading
All Color Guard and Sabre team participants receive 1.5 hrs of community service. All Event Staff receive community service for time worked (3 hours on average).
All cadets who participated earned 1.5 hours of community service!
AFJROTC cadets may apply to earn their private pilot license through public/private universities during the summer of 2021. Cadets will be identified through a competitive boarding process. This scholarship pays for round-trip airfare, room and board, collegiate academics, and flight … Continue reading
Nansemond River is hosting the ASVAB. The ASVAB is a required test for all who are interested in any military career. The ASVAB applies to all military service branches. Juniors and Seniors who are considering the military as an option … Continue reading
Tuesdays and Thursdays (3 – 4:30 pm) for Color Guard, Sabre team and Drill teams, Rocketry and raider teams. Cadets will take roll call/start in the JROTC classroom. We will take roll call at 3:08 followed by breaking up into … Continue reading
Download the PowerPoint (below) to see all cadet officer positions. Congratulations to all – let’s get moving!
“The J-100” is a 4 year, Air Force ROTC scholarship specifically for AFJROTC high school seniors with 2 or more years of AFJROTC experience. It covers: 4-years of tuition, on-campus housing ($10,000 max/year), a book stipend, and an Air Force ROTC … Continue reading