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22 selected for AFROTC detachment command

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  • By Debbie Gildea
  • Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs
Twenty-two lieutenant colonels and lieutenant colonel-selects have been tapped for Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps detachment command, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced today.

The officers selected for AFROTC command were among 53 candidates identified by the selection board in September, according to Sundy Muniz, AFPC special duty assignments branch.

"Selection for command of an ROTC unit is very competitive. The ROTC detachment commander is the first leader and commander most Air Force officers will follow, so criteria are stringent and standards are high," Muniz said. "These men and women will be in the business of developing future warrior leaders and caring for Airmen,"

To see the commander selection list, visit myPers at Select "Search All Components" from the drop down menu and enter "Summer 2015 AFROTC Detachment Commander (91C0) Selection Results" in the search window.

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