VA 91st AFJROTC Structure

Randolph-Macon Academy
AFJROTC Corps Structure

by Jonathan Pederson '15

Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) can have some confusing terminology for someone not immersed in the culture. For example, has your son ever said, “Look for me in Kilo Flight” right before a parade?  Or maybe your daughter said, "Bravo Flight won the drill competition!" Was your reaction, “Huh?”  If so, don’t worry.  We made a simple presentation breaking down our school’s AFJROTC corps structure.  This way, you will be well-prepared for your next parade!  

Starting from the overall corps, this will zoom in and out to show you our dedicated AFJROTC instructors, corps commander, and each flight in their respective squadron.  If after viewing this you are still confused on what this structure means, feel free to drop by our previous blog, Air Force JROTC Terms Defined, where you will learn everything you need to know about the command structure.
  

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