Det student organizations

Arnold Air Society and Silver Wings

Arnold Air Society is a professional, honorary service organization advocating the support of aerospace power. Silver Wings is a national, co-ed, professional organization alongside AAS. 

Due to Privacy Act considerations, AFROTC may not link to the Arnold Air Society national website. 

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Silver Eagles Drill Team

Silver Eagles Drill Team challenges cadets physically, mentally, and professionally. SEDT performs color guard ceremonies, honor guards, and judging JROTC drill meets. The team has also performed at MSU and WMU in front of live audiences at sporting events.

Check out a sample of Det 380's drill team!

Special Warfare Club

Special Warfare Club is an extracurricular group devoted to providing cadets exposure to the Special Tactics Officer and Air Liaison Officer career fields. Cadets learn from previous applicants of the selective "pipeline" application process elementary special operations skills. These skills, and activities, include but are not limited to: Weekly pool sessions, ruck marches, obstacle courses, extracurricular physical training, book reading, and networking within the special operations career field.

Check out some footage of the special tactics officer career field courtesy of USAF Special Operations command

i5 Space Club

One of the primary missions of i5 is to educate cadets on the space domain. While the Air Force Academy has multiple space related majors, the cadets not in those majors need a way to access educational material on space. That's where i5 can help. The i5 education team created a schedule of topics to cover, and will organize guest speakers, panels and educational material for each topic.

Check out some footage of the i5 Space organization courtesy of the U.S. Space Force’s Space Training and Readiness and Command (STARCOM).