Welcome to Air Force ROTC Detachment 165, located on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Our mission is to recruit and retain young men and women and instill in them leadership ability, professionalism, and inspire them to exemplify the characteristics of the highest quality Air Force officer. The Reserve Officer Training Corps, through training and course work, opens the door for entry into the finest air force in the world.

Detachment 165 is one of the most highly regarded Air Force ROTC detachments. Have a look around, and you'll find out why.


Information on AFROTC scholarships is available at http://www.afrotc.com.

The New Student Enrollment Package for Spring 2015 is available at THIS LINK.

The cross-registration deadline for students not attending Georgia Tech as their home institution is 15 Nov 2014.

The completed NSE Package is due no later than 1 Dec 2014.

CORRECTION from the document: New Student Orientation will be held on 6 Jan 2015, at a time to be determined. Applicants will be notified via email as the date approaches.

Contact the Detachment Recruiting Flight Commander at 404-894-7379 (or at recruiting@afrotc.gatech.edu) if you have any questions.

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-12 November 2013
Detachment 165 has once again earned the Right of Line Award for best medium detachment! This marks the second time in three years that Det 165 has achieved this honor.

Welcome to Air Force ROTC Detachment 165, located at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. Our unit takes pride in developing some of the most outstanding officers in the United States Air Force. This challenging program gives cadets an opportunity to be immersed in military decorum, grow their leadership skills, challenge themselves physically, and gain lasting friendships. Our mission is to provide initial military experiences and advanced leadership opportunities that enable cadets to develop the leadership abilities and professional qualities required of an Air Force Officer. Through hard work and dedication, we will continue to produce the highest quality leaders for the Air Force. I look forward to an outstanding and rewarding semester.
- 165th Cadet Wing Commander, Fall 2014