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AFROTC detachment command opportunities available

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  • By Debbie Gildea
  • Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs
Eligible active duty line of the Air Force lieutenant colonels and lieutenant colonel-selects interested in Reserve Officer Training Corps detachment command opportunities have until June 27 to complete their statement of intent, via the Airman Development Plan, Air Force Personnel Center officials said today.

Command opportunities are expected to open at more than several dozen educational institutions, said Sundy Muniz, AFPC special duty assignments branch.

"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."

Officers must be released by the AFPC career field manager before they can submit their application. They will be notified in July if they have been released to compete for this command opportunity and will be notified in September if they've been selected for command consideration. Placements will be complete by March 2, 2015.

For complete eligibility criteria and application procedures, and information about other personnel issues, visit the myPers website at https://mypers.af.mil. Select assignment in the left column under "Learn More About" and scroll down to the special duty assignments section.