About Us

The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is the foremost school of leadership in the nation, and our detachment ranks among the finest AFROTC programs. With academic instruction from a cadre of experienced officers and a strong physical fitness program, our over a hundred-strong cadet wing strengthens their bodies and minds. Each year, we commission a new group of lieutenants fully prepared to serve the nation as the leaders of the world's greatest Air Force.

As a cadet at ASU, you will lead a full life, taking classes that teach the Air Force and Space Force curriculum alongside your regular college course load. These courses are designed to provide foundational knowledge for any United States Air Force or Space Force officer candidate while simultaneously promoting the development of problem-solving and team-building skills. AFROTC is a large part of your schedule, but many of our cadets also pursue fraternities, student government, athletics and more. While the AFROTC program is certainly challenging, you will still be able to enjoy a full college experience, receiving high quality education without sacrificing your extracurricular freedom. Furthermore, those who are curious about the military can pursue AFROTC for two years without incurring any service commitments. 

The cadets of Detachment 025 develop critical leadership and followership skills during their time in the program, accumulating many hours of military training. Additionally, cadets are given many unique professional development opportunities, such as visiting Air Force installations and meeting important members of the military community. 

Detachment 025 cadets live by high standards, acquiring leadership skills that will be useful their entire lives—and they have a great time doing it! 

For more information, please continue to browse the website or call us at 480-965-3181. Alternatively, if you would like to stop by in person, our office is located in the Social Sciences Building in Room 352 of the third floor.

Aim High, Flyin' Devils!