What is AF ROTC Field Training?
Field Training is a rigorous boot-camp-style program with 2 weeks of weapons training, survival training, deployment skills, aircraft indoctrination, and physical conditioning. You will also hone your followership, teamwork, and most importantly, your leadership skills.
How long is AF ROTC Field Training?
USAF ROTC Field training is currently two weeks long.
What do I need to pack for AF ROTC Field Training?
It's all here based on the official reporting instructions and recommendations of ROTC field training grads!
What if I'm unable to get all required items before reporting?
Try to arrive with all the required and recommended items you can. You may have limited ability to purchase basic hygiene items so it's HIGHLY recommended you arrive with everything you need.
What if I run out of something while at field training?
You won't because you are using this site and will plan to have all you need to last the full 2 weeks! Worst case you can beg, or borrow from a wing man, or might have the opportunity to go to the BX on base.
How much civilian clothing should I bring?
You will not need more than 2 days worth for traveling.
Can I get alterations done at field training?
While it might be possible, you should show up with all your uniforms inspection ready. The turn around time for alterations can be days, and it's not recommended that you arrived with a uniform that isn't ready.
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