Detachment 925 Receives 2011 National Right of Line Award
Detachment 925 Leads Nation in Fitness
Detachment 925 is an Air Force ROTC program that covers the campuses of UW-Madison, UW-Whitewater, Edgewood, and Maranatha Baptist Bible College. Proud of high standards of professionalism and a well developed cadet run corps, Detachment 925 is one of the more distinguished detachments in the nation.
Experienced cadre and a well trained staff will teach you what you need to know to become a successful officer in the Air Force. The vast number of successful alumni is a testament to the quality of training received at Det 925.
With a solid blend of physical fitness, leadership studies, and extra-curricular events, members of Det 925 develop into well-rounded individuals-helping them to excel at any activity, both in and out of the ROTC program.
A good-sized program ensures that you will not be alone going through the ROTC experience. You are certain to meet other cadets that share many of your interests and academic programs.
Quality training, variety in extracurricular activities, new found friends and a professional atmosphere are just a few of the many reasons why becoming part of the Detachment 925 Air Force ROTC program could be a sound decision for your future
Detachment 925 has recently been awarded the National Right of Line Award for being the best small detachment in the nation. The Right of Line Award is given based on training, education, recruiting, and overall performance.
This award was made possible through the great leadership of the cadre along with the outstanding performance of the cadets in both their academics and rotc activites. The Right of Line Award takes cadet GPAs, physical training, and a short notice detachment inspection into consideration when comparing the 52 small detachments in the nation.