About AFROTC Detachment 450
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) Detachment 450 at Montana State University (MSU) hosts the 450th AFROTC Cadet Wing and is responsible for development of cadets pursuing a commission in the United States Air Force.
AFROTC Detachment 450 was officially activated on 1 August 1952. Today Det 450 at
MSU continues to be dedicated to providing the Air Force with quality leaders and
officers. We come from all backgrounds of ethnic, religous, race, and creed, but we
all have one thing in common; we are all here to make a difference and provide a service
to this country that so few people stand up for.
We encourage our cadets to hold a 3.0 or higher Grade Point Average (GPA). In the Spring of 2015, our cadet's GPA average was a 3.262 ranking Det 450 in the top 27% nationally! Our cadets receive awards and recognition for making the dean's and president's lists. Det 450 holds high academic standards for our cadets to be competitive for scholarships and field training enrollment allocations.
Although academics are every cadet's first priority, the cadets of Det 450 excel in other areas as well. Each cadet works hard every Tuesday and Thursday morning at mandatory Physical Training. This paid off in the 2015-2016 academic year when Det 450 was ranked in the top third nationally with an average cadet fitness score of 94.88!
Air Force ROTC Detachment 450 is one of 145 Air Force ROTC detachments nationwide, but Det 450 at Montana State University is the only Air Force ROTC detachment in the state of Montana; Det 450 is not the biggest, but we produce outstanding Air Force officers. Two former Det 450 Cadets have risen to the rank of Lieutenant General, one to the rank of Major General, and two to the rank of Brigadier General.
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Last updated 24 January 2017