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AFROTC Detachment 465

Welcome to AFROTC Detachment 465 at The University of Nebraska where our mission is to develop high quality commissioned officers who are prepared to be leaders for the United States Air Force. The Reserve Officer Training Corps, through intense training and course work, opens the door for entry into the finest Air Force in the world. Our cadets have gone on to serve in a range of exciting career fields, from medical to aviation. We offer cadets an ideal training environment that instills the values of integrity, service before self, and excellence that develop leaders, and power the worlds strongest Air Force. These values, coupled with the surroundings of a large accredited university, help to develop the type of well rounded officers the Air Force is seeking. Cadets are exposed to numerous activities and organizations that reach out to the local community while strengthening the skills necessary to benefit their careers in the military. We offer scholarships for a range of academic programs, open to both high school and college students who excel in academics and display the leadership potential that the U.S Air Force is looking for. We welcome you to AFROTC Detachment 465 and look forward to assisting you on your journey into the United States Air Force. If you have a desire to succeed and welcome a challenge, this program is for you. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a visit, contact us.

AFROTC Scholarships Available!

High School students interested in scholarship money for college click on eligibility requirements for more information.

Recruiter Assistance Program

The Recruiter Assistance Program (RAP) is an active-duty leave program run by Air Force Recruiting Service since fiscal year 2001. The Air Force grants up to 12 days of non-chargeable leave, including one weekend. RAP relates to Airmen of all ranks interested in positively impacting recruiting with their participation.

If you are interested in recruiting future USAF Officers at the University of Nebraska follow this link: