Integrity First

An Airman is a person of integrity, courage and conviction. They must be willing to control their impulses and exercise courage, honesty and accountability in order to do what is right even when no one is looking.

Service Before Self

An Airman’s professional duties take precedence over personal desires. Every Airman is expected to have the discipline to follow rules, exhibit self-control and possess respect for the beliefs, authority and worth of others.

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Excellence In All We Do

An Airman strives for continual improvement in self and service in order to propel the Air Force further and to achieve greater accomplishment and performance for themselves and their community.

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Program Overview

AFROTC at the University of Delaware is a college program offered as part of UD’s curriculum that:

  • Prepares young men and women to become leaders in the United States Air Force
  • Enables cadets to grow mentally and physically as an individual while developing lifelong friendships
  • Trains cadets to acquire strong leadership skills that will benefit them as an Air Force officer and in corporate America.

U.S. Air Force Recruiting

Learn about great opportunities for enlisted Airmen, officers and health care professionals. What do Airmen do at work? After work? On the weekends? Discover how Air Force life is about as full as you can imagine.

Academic Programs at UD

The University of Delaware offers premier academic programs focusing on the most compelling challenges of our time. Our cadets are able to complete an undergraduate degree in a traditional college setting while working towards an Air Force Commission.

National AFROTC Info

Interested in ROTC beyond the University of Delaware? Find out about national scholarships and program information for individuals interested in ROTC at the national level.