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CAPTAIN MITCHELL J. MCCLUNE, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF AEROSPACE STUDIES
Captain McClune is the Operations Flight Commander of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 025 located at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. The mission of the detachment is to educate and train cadets who will ultimately commission as officers to serve in the Air Force in a variety of career fields.
Captain McClune commissioned in 2013 through the Air Force Officer Training school at Maxwell Air Force Base Alabama. He received his undergraduate as well as his master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. After commissioning he was assigned to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Florida where he worked on the Delta IV Rocket as the Chief Propulsion Engineer. While at the Cape Captain McClune sat console for 8 successful DoD missions and helped launch over $10 Billion in satellite systems. After Cape Canaveral he PCS’d to Kirtland Air Force Base New Mexico. At Kirtland Captain McClune worked small launch and target acquisitions using the nations stockpile of stored solid rocket motors. At ASU Captain McClune is responsible for oversite and management of all cadet wing operations from Leadership Laboratory to Physical Training.
SECOND LIEUTENANT, GOLD BAR RECRUITER