The Air Force Junior ROTC Mission:
To develop citizens of character, dedicated to serving their nation and community.
Instill values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment (and to have fun in all we do!)
The mission of the United States Air Force:
Fly, Fight and Win...In the Air, Space and Cyberspace.
The US Air Force Core Values:
1. Integrity First
2. Service before Self
3. Excellence in all we do
Field Trips, Color Guards, Honor Guards at Veteran's funerals, School and Roadside Cleanups, Guides and Parking Details for school events, Tutoring, VA Hospital visits, Veteran's Day and Memorial Day events, Drill Team Competitions, Hot Air Ballooning, Ropes Courses, camping and caving trips, Saber Team, Flag disposal ceremonies, visits to Air Force bases, college campuses, and museums and many more!
Current 2016-2017 Unit Goals:
Cadet Impact Goals
Graduate 95% of all senior class cadets.
Seeking academic excellence, the senior staff will maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better in all classes (leading by example), and at least 90% of the entire Corps will maintain an "A" average or better in JROTC.
School Impact Goals
The unit will pursue 5 recruiting/retention events each semester focusing on reaching our current high school and middle school levels; in addition, once a semester, one APT (Awareness Presentation Team) will be demonstrated at the elementary school level.
To support our school faculty and staff, the unit will hold a teacher and staff appreciation breakfast, once a semester.
Community Impact Goals
The Corps is committed to performing 3500 hours of community service.
Working with community organizations, such as the VFW, Rotary Club, Salvation Army, American Legion, local businesses, churches and school groups, the Corps will host 4 community events to meet the needs of the public.
Enka Air Force Junior ROTC was chartered in 1969, and designated as NC-041. We have been named a Distinguished Unit for the last 2 years in a row!
Current Aerospace Science Instructors are Major John Beaulieu & Chief Master Sergeant James Eagle.