Hello, and welcome to University of North Carolina at Charlotte Air Force ROTC Detachment 592. Do you consider yourself to be a sharp, well-rounded individual with the urge to serve your country? If so, then Air Force ROTC might be for you! The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) program at the University of North Carolina is an exciting and challenging leadership development and Air Force commissioning program that exists within, and complements, the overall academic experience. If you give the program everything you have, you will find it to be rewarding.
Since the start of the program in 1981, enrollment numbers have progressively increased. The Detachment has gone from enrolling 44 students 1981 to nearly 80 students in 1997 and 1998, with more commissioned officers and more aid being provided to cadets than ever before.
Highlights of Detachment 592 programming include military ceremonies such as Commissionings and Dining Outs, Base Visits, Drill Competitions, Cadet Retreats, and Physical Training and Team Building exercises.
Det 592 is comprised of future Air Force leaders that have solid foundations and senses of pride in their heritage. Our students are members of a long line of volunteers who have gone before them and served their country with honor, dignity, and pride. Our proud tradition of excellence in training and officer development provides cadets with vital leadership skills not found in the classroom. 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. We forge warrior leaders that have been recognized nationally for their outstanding accomplishments.
We invite you to use the contact information on this site to answer any questions you may have!