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Detachment 195, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps

Detachment 195, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps All opinions expressed on the site are the those of individuals, and in no way represent the opinion

AFROTC Detachment 195 is located on the south side of Chicago hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). We were established on 9 May 1951 and have graduated hundreds of officers into a variety of career fields over the years. With almost one hundred active cadets, our detachment works hard to produce the best officers for the greatest Air Force in the world: United States Air Force.

Operating as usual

What a spooktacular LLAB! This past week, we hosted a Halloween themed CDI where cadets participated in fun flight compe...
11/02/2022

What a spooktacular LLAB! This past week, we hosted a Halloween themed CDI where cadets participated in fun flight competitions and showed off their best costumes.

Marching, marching, marching! Last LLAB our GMC cadets got to practice some Field Training competencies by spending the ...
10/25/2022

Marching, marching, marching! Last LLAB our GMC cadets got to practice some Field Training competencies by spending the day getting better at drill.

Special shout out to the 400s who helped guested lecture during AS101 by assisting in teaching how to wear the uniform.

This past week our cadets got to practice their first transit of the semester. Led by our great FTP, we marched across c...
10/17/2022

This past week our cadets got to practice their first transit of the semester. Led by our great FTP, we marched across campus to then break out into flights and work on an amazing GLP created by our training staff.

LLAB 5✅✅ A day focused on group leadership projects, our cadets used teamwork, strategy, and critical thinking on a vari...
10/08/2022

LLAB 5✅✅ A day focused on group leadership projects, our cadets used teamwork, strategy, and critical thinking on a variety of tasks designed by our amazing training staff.

Special thank you to Beau Butts, the Executive Director of Veterans Initiatives, Programs, and Services at the University of Chicago, for welcoming our Detachment to the University of Chicago.

Another week, another demonstration LLAB by our 200s. LLAB 4 was lead by our great FTP who showed the basic drill skills...
10/04/2022

Another week, another demonstration LLAB by our 200s. LLAB 4 was lead by our great FTP who showed the basic drill skills to our new IMT.

Congratulations to C/Ferrari who also contracted this past LLAB.

ICE COLD!

LLAB 4 was a great one! Thank you to our guest speaker from the Space Force!
09/16/2022

LLAB 4 was a great one! Thank you to our guest speaker from the Space Force!

LLAB 2 was quite eventful! We introduced our new cadets to some basic drill while letting our 200s show off their skills...
09/09/2022

LLAB 2 was quite eventful! We introduced our new cadets to some basic drill while letting our 200s show off their skills.

Congratulations to two of our cadets for contracting and commissioning!

Congratulations to our Seniors who at LLAB 1 received their AFSC’s. -C/Gaudio — Force Support -C/Hyzy — Acquisitions-C/W...
09/06/2022

Congratulations to our Seniors who at LLAB 1 received their AFSC’s.

-C/Gaudio — Force Support
-C/Hyzy — Acquisitions
-C/Whitlatch — Aerospace Engineer
-C/Petrik — Pilot
-C/Rausch — Physics Officer
-C/Franchi — Contracting
-C/Kim — Cyber Ops in the Space Force
-C/Uebelher— Acquisitions in the Space Force
-C/Young — Intel

LLAB 1 is officially in the books! Cadets were briefed on some expectations for the year while also getting to have some...
09/05/2022

LLAB 1 is officially in the books! Cadets were briefed on some expectations for the year while also getting to have some time to meet their peers and senior leadership.

Last weekend our Detachment hosted the class of 2026 at our New Student Orientation Program. Cadets were given a brief i...
08/28/2022

Last weekend our Detachment hosted the class of 2026 at our New Student Orientation Program. Cadets were given a brief introduction to the AFROTC lifestyle while also getting to participate in a high ropes course. Detachment 195 is excited for the semester ahead!

Det 195 closed out training for the semester with semester awards, change of command and Capt Hees’ Birthday! Congratula...
04/24/2022

Det 195 closed out training for the semester with semester awards, change of command and Capt Hees’ Birthday!

Congratulations to Charlie flight for winning honor and warrior flight!

And a big welcome to our new cadet wing commander, C/Col Kim!

Week 13 had all cadets practicing squadron marching. LLAB was followed by a friendly ping pong tournament between cadets...
04/21/2022

Week 13 had all cadets practicing squadron marching. LLAB was followed by a friendly ping pong tournament between cadets and cadre!

Captain Hees was excited for week 12 of training! Each flight focused on something different. IMT cadets had an exciting...
04/09/2022

Captain Hees was excited for week 12 of training! Each flight focused on something different.

IMT cadets had an exciting day. Bravo was put through scenarios while Charlie worked on a GLP. Delta spent the day practicing drill, transit and guidon procedures.

The POC turned up the heat on Alpha flight. FTP cadets had an FTM quiz and scramble exercise.

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” - Sir Winston Churchill

This weeks LLAB saw each of our flights working on something different. Alpha Flight worked on DEFAC procedures and FDEs...
04/02/2022

This weeks LLAB saw each of our flights working on something different. Alpha Flight worked on DEFAC procedures and FDEs, Bravo Flight practices GLPs, Charlie did Guidon Procedures and FDEs, and Delta Flight was put through Scenarios.

There was a surprise fire drill in IIT, which lead to informative conversations about fire safety and procedures.

This week we had an exciting week of training at detachment 195. During LLAB different activities were assigned to each ...
03/26/2022

This week we had an exciting week of training at detachment 195. During LLAB different activities were assigned to each flight, including transit, practice of drill movements, and GLPs that were led by our first and second year cadets.

LLAB 9 was another great day of training for the cadets!All the cadets went through an Open Ranks Inspection (ORI) where...
03/14/2022

LLAB 9 was another great day of training for the cadets!

All the cadets went through an Open Ranks Inspection (ORI) where uniforms were checked and warrior knowledge was tested.

Cadets were also briefed by First Command on financial planning and how to be financially healthy.

During PT cadets competed in the game Icarus. Congratulations to Charlie Flight and Delta Flight for achieving air superiority in the competition!

LLAB 8 brought Det 195 another great week of training! All cadets worked on transit and drill practice. IMT cadets also ...
03/05/2022

LLAB 8 brought Det 195 another great week of training!

All cadets worked on transit and drill practice. IMT cadets also did a GLP.

Featured in the second picture is Charlie flight who won the PT competition this week!

A great LLAB 7! Check out each picture caption for a detailed review of the day! ICE COLD!
02/26/2022

A great LLAB 7!

Check out each picture caption for a detailed review of the day!

ICE COLD!

We had another great training session in week 6! C/1st Lt Morissette taught the IMT cadets TCCC. They also worked on det...
02/19/2022

We had another great training session in week 6!

C/1st Lt Morissette taught the IMT cadets TCCC. They also worked on detail marching and dorm maintenance.

FTP cadets worked on dorm maintenance and their flight shield.

This week we had an intense and exciting day of training, all of our cadets participated in an ORI before moving to work...
02/12/2022

This week we had an intense and exciting day of training, all of our cadets participated in an ORI before moving to work on a GLP which showed the leadership and team work skills of the cadets.

Say hello to our Weekend Warhawk C/1st Lt Nathan Young! Cadet Nathan Young What’s your university and major?Wheaton Coll...
02/07/2022

Say hello to our Weekend Warhawk C/1st Lt Nathan Young!

Cadet Nathan Young
What’s your university and major?
Wheaton College, International Relations

Plans after college?
After (hopefully) Intel, law school

Why did you join AFROTC?
I wanted to spend time in college preparing for a career that would bring value and purpose to my life.

Any family members that served in the military?
My uncle was a doctor in the army and my brother-in-law was an Air Force JAG

Your favorite breakfast for 0500 PT?
Granola bowl

What’s your funniest AFROTC memory?
Saluting C/Bird with my left hand.

One thing you would change about AFROTC
Add weight training into PT.

If you had a 5 bedroom cabin in the snowy woods who would you bring to go snowboarding?
A$AP Rocky, Tyler the Creator, Ana de Armas, and Mikaela Shiffrin

What’s one weird thing that nobody knows about you?
I once worked out in the same room as Zion Williamson

Any hobbies?
Basketball, weightlifting, guitar, naps, getting sturdy.

What’s one thing you wish you knew before coming to college?
Small schools ain’t all that.

Advice for any future cadet looking to join AFROTC
Take the work seriously, don’t take yourself seriously.

LLAB 4 forced some flexibility as the Chicago weather forced us online. This allowed out IMT cadets to work on 1206s. Ou...
02/05/2022

LLAB 4 forced some flexibility as the Chicago weather forced us online.

This allowed out IMT cadets to work on 1206s. Our FTP cadets spent some time working together on a GLP. Then a POC panel answered some Field Training questions.

This week we were back in person for a great week of training! IMT cadets did a GLP then worked on their flight chants a...
01/28/2022

This week we were back in person for a great week of training!

IMT cadets did a GLP then worked on their flight chants and shields.

FTP cadets talked about the importance of preparation. They also worked on room clearings and folding clothes.

“The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in war.” - Gen Norman Schwarzkopf, USA

Detachment 195 had an amazing time learning from our POC cadets about topics like Base Defense, TCCC, Radio Operations, ...
01/21/2022

Detachment 195 had an amazing time learning from our POC cadets about topics like Base Defense, TCCC, Radio Operations, Air Force Expeditionary Orders, IEDs, and how to write effective bullets. We are all looking forward to when we finally resume in-person ROTC operations next week!

Merry Christmas from Det 195. May your day be filled with much love and laughter!
12/25/2021

Merry Christmas from Det 195. May your day be filled with much love and laughter!

Det 195's last LLAB includes the change of command ceremony and awards to our cadets who have worked incredibly hard thi...
12/21/2021

Det 195's last LLAB includes the change of command ceremony and awards to our cadets who have worked incredibly hard this semester.

Diligent and humble are the few words to narrate C/Col Yung's story this past semester. How do we assert effective leadership? How do we ensure that every single cadet is heard? These very questions are embraced in his style of leadership and we are eternally grateful for his guidance. We can't wait to see what C/Col Peinado will bring to the table next semester!

Many congratulations to our cadets who helped bring home the win in our recentflag football game against our Navy sister...
12/19/2021

Many congratulations to our cadets who helped bring home the win in our recent
flag football game against our Navy sister at IIT. Be sure to check out the amazing touchdowns from C/Ramiro and C/Franchi.

It was a difficult game where it was the Navy that took the early lead over the Air Force. However, it's not how you start but how you finish. Our cadets tied the game just in the nick of time to 24-24, sending us into overtime. The final score was 30-24 with the Air Force finally dethroning the Navy after all
of these years.

For this week's Warrior Wednesday, Det 195 is featuring cadet Stephanie Kim who is currently an AS300 and serving as our...
12/01/2021

For this week's Warrior Wednesday, Det 195 is featuring cadet Stephanie Kim who is currently an AS300 and serving as our Academic Flight Commander.

A mentor, leader, and incredible friend, Cadet Kim proudly represent Det 195 with her relentless dedication to excellence. The many awards she has received such as POC of the Semester and ICSP recipient are the testaments for her work ethic and diligence. We are eternally grateful for her work at the detachment and can't wait to see how
far her resolve will take her!

Major: Double major in Computer Science and Philosophy at the University of Chicago

Aspiration: Operations Research Analyst or Cyberspace Operations Officer

Cool Talents: I can play a mean recorder. Or I can sew you a full party fit.

Best AFROTC memory: TD-15 of Field Training! We were on the cusp of graduation but not quite there yet, so the mood the
a whole day in my flight was this weird limbo between being productive and bonding over the end.

Influence of AFROTC: Left and right, I have been catapulted into experiences that I previously would never have willingly chosen – early morning labs, Field Training, the whole nine yards. From these, you develop humility and hunger that encourages you to then actively seek out such discomfort where you didn’t before. Learning to love that discomfort has been the linchpin of many of my leadership experiences in the program. There has never been a moment where I’ve felt unchallenged in my AFROTC career. :)

From the Warhawk family to yours, have an incredible Thanksgiving. Do not forget to eat, drink and shower your loved one...
11/25/2021

From the Warhawk family to yours, have an incredible Thanksgiving. Do not forget to eat, drink and shower your loved ones with love and gratitude!

It's time for another Warrior Wednesday! This week we are featuring Cadet Michael Lattanzio who is currently an AS250 an...
11/24/2021

It's time for another Warrior Wednesday! This week we are featuring Cadet Michael Lattanzio who is currently an AS250 and a member of Academic Flight at Det 195.

Major
Aviation Flight at Lewis University

AF aspirations
A10 Warthog, U2 or B1 Pilot, Intelligence Officer, involved within East Asia Strategy. I want to be somewhere close to observe and engage the rising of the East from the military perspective. The incoming decade for the United States Air Force and Space Force is bound to be an interesting one.

Hobbies
Aviation has been my passion since I was around 11 and haven't stopped being fascinated with all things flight. When I'm not flying or flight simming, I'm usually reading history or upon geopolitical excitement, blitzing into anime, or watching Joseph Campbell's masterpieces on the human experience of going deep into an Adam Curtis documentary.

Best AFROTC memory
I love the perspectives of our Det Commander, Col Povilus's stories in AS class, It's easy to be inspired to keep up the followership and keep tracking on leadership skills.

Some fun facts about yourself
Outside of being yet another aviation geek, I was actually planning on becoming a Jungian psychoanalyst before the siren call of the Big Blue won. I'm really into studying the endless forms of human psychology, especially interested in the unconscious, the why to things. From geopolitical strategies to the US's never boring politics and movements, to the deep and intricate individual perspectives, I can't help but be curious about the whys and hows. Go deep or go home.

How has AFROTC helped you develop as a leader
One of the largest developments AFROTC has engaged in me has been the understanding and grasping of the initiation. The connection to the past and future Air Force starts here, at the ground level, and goes up, Aiming High. The testing of our character, commitment, abilities, and perspectives are all subject to change, growth and force us to engage deeper within ourselves. All of this starts with the initiation of transforming us from humble individualized and green college students beginnings to commissioning in Air Force Blues engulfed in a larger and connected whole.

Detachment 195 had an amazing Career Night last Thursday where we had the chance to talk to active duty officers about t...
11/23/2021

Detachment 195 had an amazing Career Night last Thursday where we had the chance to talk to active duty officers about their experience and education opportunities in the Air Force.

Additionally, I would like to give many congratulations to our amazing seniors as they receive their AFSCs last week. They have been absolutely selfless with their academic commitment, as well as ROTC responsibilities in the past four years and we're incredibly proud to see their hard work is paying off. We can't wait to see where your career will take you. Ice Cold!

For LLAB 12, cadets at Det 195 learned how to fold our flag and handle it appropriately. Additionally, with our training...
11/19/2021

For LLAB 12, cadets at Det 195 learned how to fold our flag and handle it appropriately. Additionally, with our training day falled on Veteran day, the cadets show their respect by writing letters to a veteran that they appreciate. The letters will be hand-delivered by Det 195 as a token of our appreciation.

Welcome back to Warrior Wednesday where we feature our most dedicated and talented cadets at Detachment 195. This week, ...
11/10/2021

Welcome back to Warrior Wednesday where we feature our most dedicated and talented cadets at Detachment 195. This week, we are featuring Cadet Sophia Poff who is a first-year cadet and one of the most devoted and kind people that we have the opportunity to work with.

Major: Undecided at the University of Chicago. She is weighing heavily for Astrophysics or some other STEM-related major

AF Aspiration: Undecided

Fun facts: Cadet Poff is exceptionally proficient in many aspects of performing arts including singing, writing music, and dancing. She is an expert with musical instruments especially piano and guitar

Best AFROTC memory:

Our recent War For the Sword at UIUC where she represented Det 195 in the 400m Relay Race the Tug of War

Why did you decide to join AFROTC?

The program itself bring forth many challenges for the cadets, overcoming such challenges not only let me work on my leadership skills but also help foster many meaningful military experience and relationships. Besides, what's better to give back to our country than to serve its people.

It is no coincidence that she is named class's mom by our first-year cadets. Cadet Poff represents herself not only through kindness and compassion but also respect and dedication by being the hardest worker in the room. Even though our semester will soon come to an end, she continues to lead us all with unflagging enthusiasm for service and excellence. Cadet Poff is a bright example of the many values and qualities in our service members that keep our country strong and free.

Welcome back to another week of LLAB! For this week of events, cadets started off the morning with squadron marching! Fr...
11/09/2021

Welcome back to another week of LLAB! For this week of events, cadets started off the morning with squadron marching! From there, cadets demonstrated Reveille and Retreat! Finally, flights were separated and did Group Leadership Projects! Only 3 more weeks left of the semester!!!

Welcome back to Warrior Wednesdays. The first cadet we are featuring is C/1st Lt Basrawi who is an AS400 and currently s...
11/03/2021

Welcome back to Warrior Wednesdays. The first cadet we are featuring is C/1st Lt Basrawi who is an AS400 and currently serving as our amazing Physical Fitness Officer (PFO)

Major: Industrial Engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago
AF Aspiration: Intelligence Officer
Hobbies: Reading, creative writing, anime, swimming, racing simulators

Tell us something amazing about yourself

I am trilingual. I speak English, Arabic, and Japanese. Arabic is the language of my people and taught by my parents. Japanese was obtained from a rigorous four-year program at my high school. It took time and practice to become proficient in a new language. I give my thanks to my parents and instructors for their continuous motivation when the material became difficult!
Best AFROTC memory

Being the Flight Commander for Delta Flight. Our flight name was the Delta Disinfectant Wipes. It was difficult to be on the frontline of developing and empowering cadets who entered college with no knowledge of military culture, but it was really fun because Delta Flight was more of a family than a unit in the chain of command.

How has AFROTC helped me develop as a leader?
At Field Training, I learned that leadership is a social skill, just like maintaining relationships with family, friends, and significant others. It is not something that can be developed overnight but over time. Even though I was hesitant with my leadership abilities, my friends and cadre at Det 195 were there to mentor and help me

An incredible role model, mentor, and leader. Cadet Basrawi has set many new standards for the cadets at Det 195. Whether it's academic, physical fitness, or military excellence, he always exceeds many of our expectations. With such commitment and dedication, Cadet Basrawi reminds us all of the Air Force cultures of excellence not only to our people but our country as well.

Welcome to another week of LLAB! This week for LLAB 10 cadets started off the day transiting. After that, cadets were pr...
11/02/2021

Welcome to another week of LLAB! This week for LLAB 10 cadets started off the day transiting. After that, cadets were properly trained how to fold a flag. From there, flights were split off to work on Drill Movements, Drill Evaluation, and Leadership Projects!

Welcome to our second Warrior Spotlight of the week featuring the current GMC of the semester, Cadet Isabella Santos.Maj...
10/27/2021

Welcome to our second Warrior Spotlight of the week featuring the current GMC of the semester, Cadet Isabella Santos.

Major: Nursing
Air Force aspiration: Registered Nurse
Hobbies: Softball, coaching softball, hiking, working out and listening to music, podcasts
Best AFROTC Memory: The recent Warhawk day when her flight worked together and came out on top
during the Pumpkin Painting Contest.

How has AFROTC helped me develop as a leader?
I learn the most through failure, the many uncomfortable situations that I am put under in the program allow me to develop the qualities of being an effective leader and understand my weaknesses. Additionally, leading is all about trust. I am glad that AFROTC has given me the opportunity to build many meaningful relationships with my Wingman thus allowing us to work effectively as a team.

Congratulation to Cadet Santos for the many accomplishments she has received in the last two years at detachment 195. From GMC of the semester to leading our new cadets, her commitment to service and excellence from day one reflects the many values that our mighty Air Force holds. We are proud to have you as part of the Warhawk family!

We are bringing back warrior spotlights!!!! This weeks warrior spotlight, we highlight C/4C Gurule. C/4C Gurule is a AS ...
10/26/2021

We are bringing back warrior spotlights!!!! This weeks warrior spotlight, we highlight C/4C Gurule. C/4C Gurule is a AS 100, and attends Lewis University. Her major is nursing. Some of her hobbies include going to concerts, hiking, watching/going to sports game, and reading. Her Air Force Aspiration is to be a labor and delivery nurse or oncology nurse. So far her favorite memory of AFROTC has been War for the sword!

Welcome to our second Warhawk day of the semester! The exciting morning featured the fierce competition between the four...
10/18/2021

Welcome to our second Warhawk day of the semester! The exciting morning featured the fierce competition between the four flights in our detachment in various events, such as the Pumpkin Painting Contest, Scavenger Hunt, and Kick Ball.

Additionally, congratulations to Health & Fitness Flight for coming out on top of the Pumpkin Painting Contest, you guys deserved it!

The last full training day of our semester arrived! To finish out this year strong, the freshman cadets were taught basi...
04/26/2021

The last full training day of our semester arrived! To finish out this year strong, the freshman cadets were taught basic first aid by our resident nurse-in-training C/Col Jakubowski. After that, they moved onto small unit tactics and, finally, an introduction to squadron marching.
Our Sophomore cadets started the day practicing squadron marching together one last time. Afterwards it was all about Field Training preparation with a Field Training Manual Kahoot, a written exam, and a panel with the Junior and Senior cadets discussing their Field Training experiences.

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AFROTC Detachment 195 is located on the south side of Chicago hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) and Lewis University (LU). We were established on 9 May 1951 and have graduated hundreds of officers into a variety of career fields over the years. With almost one hundred active cadets, our detachment works hard to produce the best officers for the greatest Air Force in the world: United States Air Force.

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Det 195 closed out training for the semester with semester awards, change of command and Capt Hees’ Birthday!

Congratulations to Charlie flight for winning honor and warrior flight!

And a big welcome to our new cadet wing commander, C/Col Kim!
Week 13 had all cadets practicing squadron marching. LLAB was followed by a friendly ping pong tournament between cadets and cadre!
Captain Hees was excited for week 12 of training! Each flight focused on something different.

IMT cadets had an exciting day. Bravo was put through scenarios while Charlie worked on a GLP. Delta spent the day practicing drill, transit and guidon procedures.

The POC turned up the heat on Alpha flight. FTP cadets had an FTM quiz and scramble exercise.

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” - Sir Winston Churchill
This weeks LLAB saw each of our flights working on something different. Alpha Flight worked on DEFAC procedures and FDEs, Bravo Flight practices GLPs, Charlie did Guidon Procedures and FDEs, and Delta Flight was put through Scenarios.

There was a surprise fire drill in IIT, which lead to informative conversations about fire safety and procedures.
This week we had an exciting week of training at detachment 195. During LLAB different activities were assigned to each flight, including transit, practice of drill movements, and GLPs that were led by our first and second year cadets.
LLAB 9 was another great day of training for the cadets!

All the cadets went through an Open Ranks Inspection (ORI) where uniforms were checked and warrior knowledge was tested.

Cadets were also briefed by First Command on financial planning and how to be financially healthy.

During PT cadets competed in the game Icarus. Congratulations to Charlie Flight and Delta Flight for achieving air superiority in the competition!
LLAB 8 brought Det 195 another great week of training!

All cadets worked on transit and drill practice. IMT cadets also did a GLP.

Featured in the second picture is Charlie flight who won the PT competition this week!
A great LLAB 7!

Check out each picture caption for a detailed review of the day!

ICE COLD!
We had another great training session in week 6!

C/1st Lt Morissette taught the IMT cadets TCCC. They also worked on detail marching and dorm maintenance.

FTP cadets worked on dorm maintenance and their flight shield.
This week we had an intense and exciting day of training, all of our cadets participated in an ORI before moving to work on a GLP which showed the leadership and team work skills of the cadets.
Say hello to our Weekend Warhawk C/1st Lt Nathan Young!

Cadet Nathan Young
What’s your university and major?
Wheaton College, International Relations

Plans after college?
After (hopefully) Intel, law school

Why did you join AFROTC?
I wanted to spend time in college preparing for a career that would bring value and purpose to my life.

Any family members that served in the military?
My uncle was a doctor in the army and my brother-in-law was an Air Force JAG

Your favorite breakfast for 0500 PT?
Granola bowl

What’s your funniest AFROTC memory?
Saluting C/Bird with my left hand.

One thing you would change about AFROTC
Add weight training into PT.

If you had a 5 bedroom cabin in the snowy woods who would you bring to go snowboarding?
A$AP Rocky, Tyler the Creator, Ana de Armas, and Mikaela Shiffrin

What’s one weird thing that nobody knows about you?
I once worked out in the same room as Zion Williamson

Any hobbies?
Basketball, weightlifting, guitar, naps, getting sturdy.

What’s one thing you wish you knew before coming to college?
Small schools ain’t all that.

Advice for any future cadet looking to join AFROTC
Take the work seriously, don’t take yourself seriously.
LLAB 4 forced some flexibility as the Chicago weather forced us online.

This allowed out IMT cadets to work on 1206s. Our FTP cadets spent some time working together on a GLP. Then a POC panel answered some Field Training questions.
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