Forging Air Force leaders since 1946
The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp at the University of Cincinnati is an educational program designed to give you an opportunity to become an Air Force officer while you complete your degree. Whether you want to fly the most advanced aircraft in the world, work on the cutting edge of computing technology, design and operate the latest space systems or take on any one of the over 100 officer career fields the Air Force has to offer we’re here to get you started.
The mission of Detachment 665 is to develop quality leaders for the Air Force. Through our intense leadership instruction, aerospace coursework, and focused training environment that instills the values of integrity, service, and excellence we will prepare you to assume positions of increasing responsibility and importance in the Air Force.
We also offer scholarships for a range of academic programs, open to both high school and college students who excel in academics and display the leadership potential that the Air Force is looking for. We welcome you to Air Force ROTC Detachment 665 and look forward to assisting you on your flight into the U.S. Air Force.
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