UNH Air Force ROTC, Detachment 475
Can you assign a dollar value to leadership? To confidence? How about a brilliant future and a guaranteed career? One thing you can put a value on is a college scholarship. Beyond that, the benefits of Air Force ROTC are priceless.
Here at the University of New Hampshire, you will find not only a skilled Cadre and extraordinary cadet wing, but also a family. With roughly 50 cadets, you will be able to make friendships that last a lifetime and receive extensive hands-on training. Each semester is comprised of over a dozen exciting and challenging Leadership Labs, orchestrated by an outstanding cadet wing staff. For more information on Leadership Labs, see below or the tabs on the left.
Parade Ceremony & Military Ball 4 May 2013
This is the final lab of the semester and consists of a Pass In Review and Change of Command in the morning, followed by an awards ceremony where cadets are recognized for their achievements throughout the semester. After the ceremony, in the early evening we have the Military Ball. This year our guest speaker will be Col Kevin Grady Retired.
Commissioning Ceremony 17 May 2013
This semester Detachment 475 will proudly commission six cadets as Second Lieutenants in the United States Air Force. For more details on this event please Contact Us
New Student Orientation Program 21-22 August 2013
Early Move-in for NSOP 20 August 2013
Are you new to the Air Force or do you want to get to know your flightmates before the semester begins? This program is designed to introduce all incoming freshman cadets to the basics of the Air Force and ROTC. Cadets will get to move in early to their dorms and will have ample time for socializing with their flight. All cadets attending are required to print and complete the forms below. For more details on this event please Contact Us.
Required new student forms Please complete the Application Forms and bring it in to the NCO office with original copies of Birth Certificate and Social Security Number
During this lab, the cadets gained exposure from multiple members of the military about different jobs and what they consist of. A few in attendance included an Intelligence Officer, a Flight Nurse, a Combat Rescue Officer, and a Pilot.
FTP Run Lead Lab
This LLAB is run and put together by sophomore cadets who are getting ready for Field Training. This year we had a PT component, a squadron marching component, and a Warrior Knowledge station.
Paintball Tactics Lab
The wing transited to Boscawen Prison to go through scenarios of achieving a certain objective. Objectives varied from retrieving intel, rescuing a hostage, or clearing the room. The lab had simulated opposition, the POC with paintball markers, who tried to stop the mission carried out by the GMC.
For photos of other recent events, click here: Photo Gallery