News Search



News Comments Updated
Cadets from Auburn University’s Air Force ROTC Detachment march an Auburn flag from Aircraft Tail Number 85-0040 known as "War Eagle" to Aircraft Tail Number 91-9142 during a Transfer of Heritage ceremony Feb. 24, at Maxwell Air Force Base.  Aircraft 91-9142, which will now carry the “War Eagle” legacy, came to the 908th Airlift Wing at Maxwell from the 914th Airlift Wing at Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, New York. (U.S. Air Force photo by Bradley J. Clark) Auburn University helps 908th Transfer Heritage and Retire Purple Heart recipient ‘War Eagle’
The 908th Airlift Wing transferred the heritage of aircraft number 85-0040 known as War Eagle to aircraft number 91-9142 Feb 24, at Maxwell Air Force Base.
0 2/24
Air Force ROTC is a college program offered at more than 1,100 campuses across the country. It prepares young men and women to become leaders in the Air Force, but it’s also much more. You’ll grow mentally and physically as you acquire strong leadership skills that will benefit you as an Air Force Officer and in life. It’s also a great opportunity to pay for school through scholarships. You’ll develop lifelong friendships and have unique experiences. Plus unlike many college students, you’ll have a position waiting for you after graduation at one of the world’s top high-tech organizations—the U.S. Air Force. AFROTC names 2016 Right of Line Award recipients
Headquarters Air Force ROTC announces the selection of three of its 145 detachments as Right of Line Award winners for 2016.Winners are Detachment 365, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (small detachment category); Detachment 825, University of Texas at Austin (medium detachment category); and Detachment 028, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
0 12/08