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Air Force Cadet wing on OU's campus in Norman, Oklahoma.

Air Force ROTC

Air Force ROTC cadet wing photo at leadership lab.
Mission and Core Values

The Air Force ROTC mission is to develop leaders of character for tomorrow's Air Force and Space Force. National core values for AFROTC programs include:

  • Integrity First
  • Service Before Self
  • Excellence In All We Do
Air Force ROTC Cadets at a recruiting event.
Air Force Reserve Officer Training

The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is an educational program designed to give individuals the opportunity to become U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force officers while completing their degrees. AFROTC prepares you to assume leadership positions of increasing responsibility and importance in the modern Air and Space Forces.

ROTC Cadets at OU football stadium.
Visiting the Detachment

We would love for you to visit Detachment 675 as part of your introduction to the Air Force ROTC program! If interested, please schedule an information session (in-person or virtually) through OU's Academic Tours. We will happily give you a tour of the detachment and answer any questions!

How do I join?

Step 1: Create a Wings account  You MUST have a WINGS account to participate in AFROTC.

        Create your Profile in Wings

        Complete your application in Wings  **do not upload any supporting documents we will do all of that at New Student Orientation Program (NSOP)

Step 2: Click here to sign-up for NSOP

Step 3: Enroll in classes

                AERO 1011 + AERO 1300



Detachment 675 was established

at the University of Oklahoma on

October 10, 1952


OU's Detachment 675

is the 13th largest detachment

in the nation.


As of July 2023,

Detachment 675 has had

1279 Officer Commissionings.

Jason Pannell

Photo of Cadet Jason Pannell

Detachment 675 gives me the opportunity to nail down my own style of leadership. Even with early mornings and late nights, I leave our AFROTC events with energy, knowledge, and confidence. The longer I am here, the more prepared I am to be an Air Force Officer.

Cadet Jason Pannell, class of 2025