The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) program at the University of Tennessee is an exciting and challenging leadership development and Air Force commissioning program that exists within and complements the overall academic experience.
Cadets are students first, pursuing their education, refining their talents and skills academically, but they're also committed to the Air Force core values (integrity first, service before self and excellence in all we do), the AFROTC honor code and the pursuit of an Air Force commission.
The University of Tennessee's AFROTC cadets have a solid foundation and sense of pride in their heritage as students and as members of a long line of Volunteers who have gone before them and served their country with honor, dignity and pride.
DET 800 WINS AFROTC 2012 RIGHT OF LINE FOR SE REGION
DET 800 WINS AFROTC 2010 RIGHT OF LINE AWARD
US Air Force Chief of Staff, General Norton A. Schwartz presented the 2010 Right of Line Award to
Lt Col Mike Angle, Commander, Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) Detachment 800, The University of Tennessee. The award was presented at the AFROTC National Commanders Conference in Montgomery, AL on 4 Nov 2010. The Right of Line honors the best AFROTC Detachments in the nation out of 144 Detachments. Full Article | Tennessee Today
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