Air Force ROTC Detachment 207
Air Force ROTC is leadership training program that prepares young men and women to become officers in the United States Air Force while earning a bachelors degree. Detachment 207 is located at Saint Louis University and trains cadets from 9 area colleges and universities.
- About Detachment 207 — Learn about the program’s mission, values, history and contact information.
- Potential Cadets — Read more about our Program Overview, scholarship opportunities, Frequently Asked Questions, as well as medical and law programs in the Air Force ROTC.
- Current Cadets — View a list of useful resources from recent photographs, to Cadet Calendars as well as useful AFROTC documents.
Detachment 207 Latest News
Air Force ROTC Information Briefing
Detachment 207 will host an informational session on Tuesday, September 24 at 5:15pm at 3631 Forest Park Ave.
If you are a sophomore-senior in high school or if you are in college now, we will be happy to talk with you about what Air Force ROTC is and what we offer.
Kevin Killeen’s Whole ‘nother Story—Air Force ROTC
Detachment 207 was pleased to be featured in a story by local radio station, click here to hear the interview. During our down-town challenge in the midst of a busy downtown afternoon, cadets traveled from station to station in downtown St Louis testing their team skills on various activities from push-up contests to scavenger hunts. We were excited to show-off our enthusiasm and pride for the Air Force and glad it could be caught by this local reporter.
Follow AFROTC Detachment 207 on Twitter!
Twitter allows AFROTC Detachment 207 to share the latest happenings at Saint Louis University and provides you with a great avenue to communicate with our organization! Come share your thoughts, ideas and any questions you might have! Follow us at @AFROTCDet207
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