Unit NY-961

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WELCOME TO AFJROTC

INTEGRITY FIRST

Maintaining the highest standards

SERVICE BEFORE SELF

Community Service

EXCELLENCE IN ALL WE DO

Maintaining "Standards of Excellence"

AFJROTC UNIT NY-961

Brooklyn, NY

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Franklin K. Lane Educational Campus

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AFJROTC UNIT NY-961

FRANKLIN K. LANE H.S.

Welcome to Unit NY-961.

Captain Alfonso Duarte and Technical Sergeant Bobby Williams opened NY 961 on September 1st, 1996. Capt. Duarte and TSgt Williams both have retired. CMS Jose Silveira and MSgt Eddie Carr resume the unit in 2002 and 2006 respectfully under their guidance the unit established itself as a National power house wining 2 Air Force National Drill competitions, achieving two Outstanding Unit with merit and numerous Distinguished unit awards.
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Integrity First

Franklin K. Lane Educational Campus’ AFJROTC earned Distinguished Unit Award in the 1999-2000 Academic Year for its excellent achievements. Also, in 2007-2008, we achieved Distinguished Unit Award with Merit. In 2008-2009, we achieved Distinguished Unit Award once again. In 2010-2011, the title of Distinguished Unit Award with Merit was bestowed upon us once again. We were the best Unit out of 55 units, including overseas, inspected by Colonel Chilcott Regional director.
About Us

Curriculum.

AFJROTC is a three- or four-year program for high school students. The fourth year is available in schools that have ninth through twelfth grade.
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AS acquaints students with the elements of aerospace and the aerospace environment. It introduce them to the principles of aircraft flight and navigation, the history of aviation, development of air power, contemporary aviation, human requirement of flight, cultural and global awareness, geography, the space environment, space programs, space technology, rocketry, propulsion, the aerospace industry and survival
LE develops leadership skills and acquaints students with the practical application of life skills. The leadership education curriculum emphasizes discipline, responsibility, leadership, followership, citizenship, customs and courtesies, cadet corps activities, study habits, time management, communication skills, career opportunities, life skills, financial literacy management skills, and drill and ceremonies
Wellness is an official and integral part of the Air Force Junior ROTC program. The objective of the wellness/PT Program is to motivate cadets to lead healthy, active lifestyles beyond program requirements and into their adult lives

COMMUNITY SERVICE

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Co-Curricular Activities

Co-curricular activities are ROTC functions held outside the classroom. All co-curricular activities are voluntary; there is no requirement to join or to participate.

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