Welcome to Dixie Air Force JROTC



1 Feb - Last day to purchase Military Ball Tickets for $20

4 Feb - Palo Verde Drill Comp

3-4 Feb - Marksmanship to SLC

6 Feb - Booster Meeting

11 Feb - Military Ball 

4 Mar - State Drill

11 Mar -  State Marksmanship

15 Apr - Obstacle Course Challenge

20-22 Apr - Inland Empire Drill 

26-27 Apr - Cathedral George CIA trip (Bataan)

5 May - National Awards



January 9, 2023 Booster Meeting Minutes

2022-23 Booster Welcome Letter


If you want to request AFJROTC for a function to include our Color Guard - Please Follow This Link for more information ________________ 


DMS Flag Detail




30 Jan-3 Feb
Carbajal, John 
Chiapelli, Devin 
Clark, Calvin 
Deal, Preston 
Dias Castillo, Marvin 
6-10 Feb (9th Graders)
Cottam, Cruiz Pratt
Cowley, Felicity Jayne
Davis, Callum Ryan
Deim, Brooklynn Anne
Despain, Trevin Wyatt



 Meet the Cadre

Lt Col KO Field
Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (SASI)
Teaches pilot, ground school, and management classes
Lead cadre for:
Marksmanship Team
Cyber Patriot Team
Rocketry Team
Vex Robotics
Raiders (PT) Team 
Color Guard Presentations


SMSgt Kevin Robinson
Aerospace Science Instructor (ASI)
Teaches Aerospace Science and Leadership Education
Lead cadre for:
Drill Teams


A famous Economist - Milton Friedman stated, "I am in favor of cutting taxes under any circumstances and for any excuse, for any reason, whenever it's possible."  


Col was recently asked, How do I Join Cadet Staff?

First - you need at least one full year as a cadet to qualify.  We have positions on staff that are selected and others that are volunteer.  Each Cadet Commander has some purview on how their staff is selected, and I leave it to them to inform me who is on staff.  There are a few positions like Cyber Patriot Commander that I directly assign based on experience.
If you are active - and want to be on staff, the Cadet Commander and senior staff will be your first step.  They assign a new staff after each Change of Command.


Weekly Quote

There are two ways to be fooled.  One is  to believe what is not true, the other is to refuse to accept what is true.  Soren Kierkegaard





We now have 3 Primaries and 2 Alternates this year!


 Chocolate Sales: Please turn in what you've sold
If you want to continue selling, let us know
This includes direct contributions to a specific cadet
For donations to specific cadets - please put their name in comments


Aviation Club Each Monday 3 to 5 PM


Uniform Inspections
Wednesday (A-day) and Thursday (B-day)
See Calendar to see when Utilities are authorized
Military Ball:  11 Feb, 1800-2200
Doors Open 1730 for pictures
Location:  Gardner Center, UTU
Tickets $20 per person
Sales end 1 Feb 2023
See Col or email kenneth.field@washk12.org if you need help purchasing.
Tickets have been donated.


Drill Practice (for those going to Palo Verde)

Tue, Wed, and Thur
4 March:  State Drill Meet in St George


Marksmanship Practice Fridays at 1300

No Practice on 3 Feb


Raiders practice on Fridays at 1245

Cadet-Only Baseball Hat Sales
Hats are available for $8.

 National Awards Ceremony Photo Album 



General Information for Dixie AFJROTC



Devil Pups Blog



Classroom Procedures

Cadet Guide

Cadet Code 

Ribbon Chart 

Award/Ribbon Descriptions 

Belts, Ribbons, Ranks, & Shoes 

30-step drill sequence manual

PFT Percentile Charts

 PFT Instructions




Uniform Grade Policy
On first occurrence: If cadets are not wearing a uniform but are wearing their PT shirt, they will earn a 60% on inspection day. If they are not wearing a uniform or PT shirt, they will earn a 50% on inspection day if within grooming standards. Cadets can bring this grade up by wearing a uniform on a non-inspection day.
On second and future occurrence: Cadets not in proper uniform will earn a "zero" grade. This can be made up by wearing a uniform on a non-inspection day. 


PT Grade Policy

Cadets who do not come to class on a scheduled PT day can make up their grade by performing 30 minutes of physical exercise on their own at home and bringing in a note (or email) signed by their parent or guardian explaining what their 30 minutes of exercise consisted of.   



FAA motto: "We're not happy, until you're not happy".