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AFJROTC


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Welcome Letter

 

Home of the TWO TIME JROTC Academic Bowl National Finalists!!!

 

DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE SCIENCE

Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training (JROTC)

Earl Warren High School

9411 Military Drive West, San Antonio, TX 78251

Capt Keaney (210) 397-4298

SMSgt Mears (210) 397-4295

SMSgt Yurkovich (210) 397-4296

FAX (210) 257-4249

Welcome to the Texas 20022nd Air Force Junior ROTC Unit. The unit was established at Warren High School in the summer of 2002 by the United States Air Force. The fact that you have chosen to enroll in AFJROTC tells us that you are interested in the general areas of aerospace aviation, drill and ceremonies, military traditions, and leadership training. We plan to provide a wide range of activities to stimulate and challenge your interests.

Our three AFJROTC instructors are retired Air Force military personnel with over seventy years of active duty experience with extensive backgrounds in professional military leadership, training and education. Please see their individual pages for additional information.

Our Cadet Corps is managed and led by cadet officers and NCOs. Through the cadet organization, you will have the opportunity to develop leadership, organizational and management skills.

The unit has won the Distinguished Unit Award from HQAFJROTC five years in a row (04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09, 10-11, 11-12 and 12-13 with merit). Cadets have been selected for the fully funded Air Force sponsored Honor Camps and cadets can earn college credit for attending JROTC during high school.

The Cadet Corps sponsors numerous extracurricular, co-curricular and community service activities throughout the year. Activities include: high and low ropes course, the Challenger Mission, Nimitz Museum, field trips and base visits. These activities and events are not only fun, but support both community and school service. I encourage you to get involved in some of these activities so you can experience what Air Force JROTC is all about.

This Cadet Guide contains policy, guidelines, requirements, and standards of conduct for AFJROTC cadets of Earl Warren High School. You are required to study this guide and are held responsible for knowing and applying its contents. You will be tested on the information contained in the guide. The cadet guide should be used in conjunction with the Student-Parent Handbook. We also encourage your parents to read through this guide and become familiar with it.

Each JROTC instructor provides a detailed syllabus for their course and are available both by email and phone.

Again, welcome to the Texas 20022nd AFJROTC. We look forward to working with you and helping you learn more about citizenship, leadership, aerospace science, and the United States Air Force.

 Sincerely,

KEVIN J. KEANEY, Captain, USAF (Ret)

Senior Aerospace Science Instructor