The Fall 2020 Semester is now in the books! Here's a video of some of the highlights!
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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.
Mission: Our Detachment Mission is as follows: To develop quality leaders inspired to serve in the United States Air Force.
The Fall 2020 Semester is now in the books! Here's a video of some of the highlights!
On November 19, Detachment 195 held its Thirteenth Leadership Laboratory of the semester. Activities included drill practice for the IMT, Field Training Preparation for the FTP, and a Chain of Command briefing and Kahoot.
On November 7, Detachment held its Flight Leadership Exercise at Pratts Wayne Woods. Cadets received training on land navigation, base assault, and drill.
We will be holding a virtual informational session on November 13 at 1230. Interested students can sign up for the event using the QR code in the image below.
On October 29, Detachment 195 held a virtual Halloween party. Activities included a costume contest, Halloween Kahoot, scavenger hunt, and among us.
Congratulations to C/3C Petrik for receiving the AFROTC You Can Fly Scholarship! The You Can Fly Scholarship provides $3,500 to AFROTC Cadets for flight training.
Congratulations to Cadet Pramuka, who contracted in person on October 8, and to Cadets Cassem and Kim, who contracted virtually on October 9! All three cadets are Type 1 High School Scholarship recipients.
On October 11, Detachment 195 held a paintball morale event. Cadets were split into two teams and competed against each other in several games.
On October 8, Detachment 195 held its Mid-Semester Awards Ceremony, Congratulations to the cadets who won the following awards.
AS 100 of the Mid-Semester: C/4C Rohmann
AS 200 of the Mid-Semester: C/3C Franchi
AS 300 of the Mid-Semester: C/Capt Mathis
AS 400 of the Mid-Semester: C/Maj Jakubowski
GMC of the Mid-Semester: C/3C Kim
POC of the Mid-Semester: C/Capt Bird
Wing Staff Award: C/1st Lt McMahon
Fastest 2K Run Time: C/4C Cassem
Fastest 5K Run Time: C/4C Weyer
Fastest 10K Run Time: C/4C Trujillo
Fastest Half-Marathon Run Time: C/3C Petrik
On October 1, Detachment 195 cadets were tested on their ability to lead drill in Flight Drill Evaluations.
Congratulations to Cadet Pruss, Cadet Whitlatch, and Cadet Uebelher, who all contracted on September 17!
On September 17, Detachment 195 celebrated the Air Force's 73rd birthday with cupcakes and a kickball tournament. C/Rohmann, being the youngest cadet in the detachment, had the honor of cutting the first cupcake.
Congratulations to Cadet Aidan Powers who contracted on August 28! He is a Four Year Type 1 CPSLCS scholarship recipient!
On September 12, Detachment 195 had its first special event of the year, Rising Warhawk Weekend. Activities included GLPs, training on 4 man teams, and room clearing.
This morning, Detachment 195 held a special PT session in remembrance of those who lost their lives on September 11. Each set of workouts was designed to represent the events of 9/11.
The Workout was:
In 8 minutes 45 seconds...as many reps as possible of:
o 9 burpees
o 11 weighted or unweighted squats
o This time represents the time AA Flight 11 crashed into North Tower.
In 9 minutes 3 seconds
o 9 hand release push-ups
o 11 sit-ups
o This time represents the time UA Flight 175 crashed into the South Tower
In 9 minutes 37 seconds
o 9 weighted or unweighted lunges
o 11 - 10 m shuttle sprints
o This time represents the time AA Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon
For 10 minutes and 3 seconds
o Plank - Every time you drop, 5 burpees.
o This time represents the time UA flight 93 crashed in PA after the passengers heroically fought back.
On September 3, Detachment 195 held its second Leadership Laboratory of the semester. Cadets received training on Reville and Retreat as well as being briefed on upcoming events and taking part in a training review Kahoot.
On August 27, Detachment 195 had its first Leadership Laboratory of the Fall 2020 semester. Cadets were briefed on the expectations for the semester, the cadet honor code, physical training, and recruiting.
On Wednesday, 19 August the incoming freshman class was introduced to the Cadet Wing Commander, along with additional senior Cadets, and Cadre in the New Student Orientation Program(NSOP) which is held every Fall for new Cadets. The Cadets were given valuable information about what they can expect in their first year as an Air Force Cadet and their AFROTC career as a whole. This Fall they will start the journey leading to the goal of pinning on the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. Aim High Airmen!
Former SSgt Josiah Wainman, Scholarships for Outstanding Airmen (SOAR) selectee, contracted to become part of the AFROTC program and Det 195 today. Welcome to the Warhawk family!
Scholarships for Outstanding Airmen to ROTC (SOAR) is a program that allows MAJCOM, Field Operating Agencies (FOA), and Direct Reporting Unit (DRU) commanders to select or nominate active duty Airmen for AFROTC scholarships and provides for their discharge from active duty to enter the AFROTC program under scholarship.
Here are a few great moments from our Spring 2020 semester! Well done Warhawks - ICE COLD!
Today we concluded our Spring 2020 semester! This term has been filled with multiple obstacles that our cadets continue to persevere through. With the transition into virtual training, we had Warhawks all across the USA participating and eager to train.
Congratulations to Cadet Lutz for being selected as the Fall 2020 Wing Commander and to Cadet Wendlberger as the Vice Wing Commander! We are excited to see you gentlemen continue to lead Detachment 195 to success.
Lastly, we would like to say good luck and thank you to our departing AS 400s.
Detachment 195 sent a group of cadets to the Notre Dame Flying Irish tournament this past weekend. They competed against ROTC programs all over the country!
On February 1st, Detachment 195 held its annual JROTC drill competition. The competition was held at Lewis University, and showcased the greatest cadets in drill and ceremony that Chicagoland had to offer!
Welcome new and returning cadets to the Spring 2020 semester! We kicked off LLAB 1 by issuing the change of command for the cadet wing, welcoming C/Col Cordova as our new Wing Commander!
LLAB 2 included a lot of refresher training, and also included two FTP who helped train!
The Warhawks are ready for a good semester of training, learning, and pursuing excellence!
On November 23rd, our detachment had three cadets awarded German Armed Forces Proficiency Badges with Army ROTC. They competed in strenuous physical events such as flexed arm hangs, sprints, 100 m swims in ABUs, rucks, and much more!
Congrats to C/3C Bird for earning a gold badge and C/Col Cordova and C/Capt Senese for earning the bronze badges! We are proud to have these cadets be the only Air Force representatives among the 70+ Army cadets/personnel. We hope to see more AFROTC cadets accept the challenge and bring back the GAFPBs. Way to stay motivated and Aim High!
On November 21, 2019, we held our Change of Command Ceremony. This symbolizes the exchange of Detachment 195’s cadet leadership from one cadet to another.
Cadet leadership has been handed off to C/Col Cordova and C/Col Winford from C/Col Franchi and C/Col Dickerson. Congratulations ladies! We look forward to see what you both have in store for the Spring 2020 semester!
Thank you C/Col Franchi and C/Col Dickerson for being an exceptional Cadet Wing Commander and Vice for the Fall 2019 semester. Both of your hard work has set the example for future classes and you both have most certainly left your legacy within the Detachment!
Fun fact: C/Col Cordova and C/Col Winford contracted together.
Today marks our last day of LLAB for the Fall 2019 Semester. Our cadets have worked hard to get to this point and we're only half way through the academic school year. They will continue to work harder into the Spring 2020 semester and we look forward to what they have in store! Enjoy this compilation video of this semester's highlighted events.
Song: Reckless by Jaxson Gamble
On October 6th, 2019, participating cadets collected donations to give to The Care Center run by Willow Creek Community Church that serves under privileged families. Then on November 12th, 2019, participating cadets volunteered at the Feed My Starving Children installation in Aurora and packed 20 boxes equaling 720 meals!
Our cadets embody the Air Force Core Values everyday. As they give back to their community and leave an everlasting impact on others around the world, they lead by example and truly put their Service Before Self.
Happy Veterans Day to all of those who have or are currently serving! We honor the sacrifices and dedication you all have put into keeping our nation free 🇺🇸
Today, Detachment 195 had the honor of welcoming Lieutenant General Warren D. Berry, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics. Our cadets had the opportunity to have a Q&A session with him and he gave insightful responses. He shared with us his wisdom, leadership experience, and 32 year Air Force journey. We thank Lieutenant General Berry for inspiring our cadets to be future leaders in the Air Force! #AmericasAirForce United States Air Force
LLAB 9 this semester was our Detachment’s Warrior Day! It was a day full of fun runs, teamwork, and outstanding sportsmanship. Enjoy some pictures that were taken!
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Congratulations C/3C Mathis for contracting today!
The September Addition of the Warhawk Chronicle is here! In this addition our cadets talk about their experiences during Rising Warhawk Weekend, the Wing CC Challenge, and the Air Force Marathon. Here is the link to the article:
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Last weekend, our cadets traveled to Dayton, Ohio for the AF Marathon! They visited the National Museum of the United States Air Force, the Huffman Prairie Flying Field, and Wright Patterson AFB. On their first night there, they had the honor of eating dinner with Colonel Michael E. Phillips and his family. We thank them for their hospitality! This trip was filled with many laughs and teachings from Colonel Phillips and SSgt Crenshaw who chauffeured our cadets. This was a great experience for them all and they look forward to coming back next year!
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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.