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About UNLV AFROTC If you are a motivated student in high school or college, then you may be just the kind of person our Nation's Air Force is looking for. You may be asking yourself, "What is Air Force R.O.T.C. and what does it have to offer me?"

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Qualifications Qualifications for the United States Air Force ROTC program can be found here.

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How Do I Join? You can learn more about joining Detachment 004 here.

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Honor Guard Mission

The Honor Guard is an extracurricular activity in the Air Force ROTC program. It is designed to train drill and ceremonies and military professionalism. Members show proper ways to respect our nations' flag. Performances include presenting the colors at university sporting events and other various events like local dinners.

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Leadership Laboratory Week 1

Leadership Laboratory Week 13

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University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Department of Aerospace Studies
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy, Box 454053
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The Mission

The mission of Air Force ROTC is to produce leaders for the Air Force and build better citizens for America and here at Detachment 004 continue to prove that we are doing just that.