Welcome to the United States Air Force Officer Training School (OTS)! You are about to embark on an experience of a lifetime in your chosen profession as a leader in the world's greatest Air and Space Force. Our vision is laying the foundation for America's future military leaders and we produce motivated officers of character who embody the American warrior ethos and are culturally aware, expeditionary minded, and prepared to lead! Whether you attend the Academy of Military Science (AMS) course (Air National Guard), Basic Officer Training (BOT) course (Active/ Reserve), or the Commissioned Officer Training (COT) course (for direct commission officers), you will experience world-class training facilities, and a top-notch, professional faculty and staff to assist you on your journey. Becoming a United States Air Force officer is not a right, but rather a privilege you will earn through your professionalism, hard work, and unwavering commitment.
Use the information on this web site to prepare yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally before you arrive. You will challenge yourself in ways you’ve never dreamed, with the ultimate reward of serving your nation, bettering yourself, and most importantly, leading and caring for our most precious assets; the sons and daughters, sisters and brothers, and fathers and mothers of America.
Commander, Civil Air Patrol-USAF
Colonel Paul D. Gloyd
For JROTC related questions please call Comm (334) 953-7513
For OTS - AMS related questions please call Comm (334) 953-8425
For OTS - BOT related questions please call Comm (334) 953-9675
For OTS - COT/RCOT related questions please call Comm (334) 953-0349
For those interested in attending BOT or COT, please utilize www.airforce.com to locate a recruiter in your area.
If you are having problems contacting a recruiter or have questions regarding what a recruiter has provided you, please contact 1-800-423-USAF(8723).
For ROTC and BOT Enlisted related questions please call your local Education Office. Not going through your local Education Office can prevent acceptance into a ROTC/BOT program.
For all other ROTC related questions please call AFROTC Recruiting at 1 (866) 4AFROTC