Detachment 847 specializes primarily in Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), which allows military members to separate, become full-time college students and get commissioned as officers after graduation.
However, there are other ways that active duty enlisted personnel may become officers:
Airman Scholarship and Commissioning Program (ASCP)
Complete a bachelor’s degree as an Air Force ROTC cadet.
Professional Officer Course-Early Release Program (POC-ERP)
Enter ROTC within two years of separation and become a full-time college student.
Scholarships for Outstanding Airmen (SOAR)
Separate from active duty and become a full-time college student through ROTC.
Airmen Education and Commissioning Program (AECP)
Earn a bachelor’s degree while on active duty, then attend Officer Training School.
Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program (NECP)
Earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing while on active duty.
Officer Training School (OTS)
Allows those with bachelor’s degrees to complete military training to become officers.
We may be able to answer questions regarding these enlisted-to-officer pathways, but please contact your base education officer for more details.
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ROTC students can apply for both national and institutional scholarships.