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Four-Year Program










Four-Year Program


The Air Force ROTC offers both the four-year and two-year commissioning programs. The four-year program consists of the four-semester General Military Course (GMC) and the four-semester Professional Officer Course (POC). Students normally start this program as freshmen but may begin as sophomores by enrolling in both the freshman and sophomore year classes. Students not on scholarship may withdraw from the GMC at any time. Participants in the POC are selected from qualified volunteer applicants. An Air Force ROTC-paid four-week field training encampment, held at an Air Force base, is required for POC students. This requirement is normally completed during the summer between the sophomore and junior years. The major areas of study during field training include physical fitness, junior officer training, aircraft and aircrew orientation, career orientation, survival training, base functions, and the Air Force environment.

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