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Life after ROTC

100% Job Placement
$39K base pay
Medical/Dental Benefits
Montgomery G.I. Bill (for higher education)
30 Paid Vacation Leave per year

   

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Air Force ROTC Detachment 006   |   Jackson State University  –  J.Y. Woodard Building  |   afrotc@jsums.edu   |   601-979-1620

 

Air Force ROTC Detachment 006
Founded: 2005
Location: J.Y. Woodard
Academic Department: Aerospace Studies
Faculty:
– 3 x Officers
– 2 x Non-Commissioned Officers
– 1 x JSU Employee (Civilian)
Email: afrotc@jsums.edu
Detachment Phone Number:
601-979-1620 
Information current as of 7 Jun 2021

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Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accession and Citizen Development Center

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Top (title) photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance (Atlas V launch of MUOS-1 Satellite).  All other photos courtesy of U.S. Air Force (www.af.mil).
Information on website is current as of 23 September 2020.